Click on this LIST of the energy and green technology funding programs offered by PA DEP and other commonwealth agencies, sorted by eligible candidate.
The Small Business Majority developed a reference guide for small businesses to access federal, local, utility and non-profit energy efficiency and clean energy resources. CLICK HERE to download the guide.
As part of Act 129, utilities in Pennsylvania are offering rebates and other incentives for installing more energy efficient equipment.
The DSIRE website also has links to many of the incentive programs offered by Pennsylvania utilities.
The Pennsylvania Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard (AEPS) requires that an annually increasing percentage of electricity sold to retail customers in Pennsylvania is from alternative energy sources. The program requires that retail energy suppliers utilize Alternative Energy Credits (AECs) for demonstrating compliance with the standard. An AEC is created each time a qualified alternative energy facility produces 1000 kWh of electricity. The AEC is then be sold or traded separately from the power. This makes it easy for individuals and businesses to finance and invest in clean, emission free solar power. CLICK HERE for more information and to access the AEPS Alternative Energy Credit website.
You may have the opportunity to choose who generates your electricity, supplies your natural gas and provides your local telephone service. CLICK HERE to learn more.
Visit PA Power Switch for the list of companies licensed by the PUC to be competitive electric generation suppliers (EGS), 3rd Party-brokers/marketers and consultants, and aggregators in Pennsylvania.
Shop for an electric generation supplier for your business - you may be spending more than you have to!
Click Here to download a Fact Sheet on Electricity Choice.