Incentives

EPAct (Energy Policy Act)
The Energy Efficient Commercial Buildings Tax Deduction (CBTD) is a special financial incentive created by the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and designed to reduce the initial cost of investing in energy-efficient lighting and other building systems via an accelerated tax deduction.
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Bonus Depreciation
Bonus Depreciation is a special allowance that permits businesses to recover the cost of capital expenditures over time according to a depreciation schedule. Specifically, it allows businesses to recover the costs of capital expenditures made in a calendar year faster than the ordinary depreciation schedule would allow. Businesses may immediately write-off 100 percent of the cost of depreciable property (e.g., Parking lot lights, Pole lights and new Fixture heads) acquired in the same calendar year for use in the United States.
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State Incentives
In most states there are incentive programs in place for consumers looking to upgrade their existing, inefficient, Metal Halide, High Pressure Sodium and Fluorescent lighting. In 2003, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities established the Office of Clean Energy to administer NJ’s Clean Energy Program (NJCEP). The establishment of the NJCEP contributes to a stronger economy, less pollution, lower costs, and reduced demand for electricity.
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Financing
Any company that pays a monthly utility bill already has the capital needed to fund an energy retrofit. An energy efficient business is the best way to save money; it increase competitiveness, cash flow, and profitability.  Our lending strategy helps business get the upgrades they need and become cash flow positive from day one.
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