Commercial Incentives

Don’t miss out on these offers and programs.

Converting to natural gas is even more affordable for your business with incentives and even energy evaluations and financing programs that can help defray the cost of new equipment.


Equipment Manufacturer Rebates

Manufacturers of select energy-efficient natural gas heating equipment may offer limited time rebates. See list of qualifying equipment.

Energize Connecticut Energy-Efficiency Heating Equipment Rebates

Receive rebates on qualifying natural gas energy-efficient heating equipment through this initiative. Details can be found at

Energy Evaluations & Financing Opportunities

The Energy Opportunities program offers cash incentives and low interest financing options. Utility energy experts work with you to identify energy-saving equipment opportunities that make sense for your business. You maintain complete control over your project.

Small commercial and industrial customers may be eligible for a free energy assessment through the Small Business Energy Advantage program. A professional will evaluate your energy usage and make recommendations for energy improvements. A utility-authorized contractor performs a no-cost, no-obligation energy assessment (audit) of your facility and then manages the installation of the energy-saving improvements. This one-stop service offers incentives and zero-interest, on-bill payment plans to qualified customers.

Visit Connecticut Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) to find out about financing 100% of costs to install qualifying energy upgrades.

Planning new construction, major renovations or a tenant fit-out project? The Energy Conscious Blueprint program helps you plan for energy-efficiency upgrades to your project and offers incentives for equipment that exceeds building code requirements.

Your Commercial Account Manager can help recommend programs that may be right for your business. Call 888.382.8664 today.


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  • How would storms such as Sandy that cut electricity to millions in the Northeast affect me as a natural gas customer?  
  • Shouldn’t I consider equipment efficiency and not just price over the longer term?  
  • What about the weather and the “weather normalization fee”?  
  • With oil price fluctuations recently, how much will I really save when converting to natural gas?