For many of Nevada's commercial buildings, energy is the single largest operating expense. Commercial buildings can cut energy usage and costs by up to 40% by investing in clean energy measures such as better insulation, more efficient heating and air conditioning, electric vehicles, and solar, while also making the air building occupants breathe healthier and the building more comfortable and safe.
The Nevada Clean Energy Fund can provide financial and technical resources to building owners to reduce their energy bills and realize the benefits of clean energy. Reach out to us about your project. In addition, building owners can find other available clean energy resources below.
NV Energy offers incentives and services to businesses and non-profit customers, including free smart thermostats, solar net metering, EV charger rebates, and discounts on efficient lighting, cooling, and kitchen equipment. If NV Energy is not your utility, reach out to your local utility for info on their programs.
Several tax credits for clean energy (including rooftop solar), energy efficiency, and electric vehicles are available. These tax credits are now accessible to governments (including public schools) and nonprofit entities as well through "direct pay" with the IRS.
PACE enables commercial building owners and tenants to access low-cost, long-term financing for building upgrades. Financing is repaid as an assessment on the property's tax bill. PACE is currently available in Las Vegas, Reno, Henderson, and Fernley and forthcoming in North Las Vegas, Clark and Pershing Counties.
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has several buckets of funding available for clean energy and electrical infrastructure projects, including from the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) and Business & Industry Loan Guarantees.
ENERGY STAR provides credible and unbiased information about clean energy, including energy-saving checklists and energy benchmarking tools (Portfolio Manager) for commercial buildings.
ASHRAE, founded in 1894, is a global society advancing human well-being through sustainable technology for the built environment. ASHRAE provides standards, guidance, and training resources on building systems, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, refrigeration and sustainability.
The U.S. Department of Energy developed a comprehensive suite of tools for accessing, managing, analyzing and sharing building energy data. You can't manage what you don't measure!
Solar NV is the Southern Nevada chapter of the American Solar Energy Society. They are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that educates Nevadans about the benefits of renewable energy and encourages and promotes the use of sustainable energy technology.
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