Thursday, July 30, 2015

A Guide to LED Rebates in San Diego

Learn everything you need to know about LED rebates in San Diego.

Did you know that San Diego Gas and Electric has LED lighting rebates that will pay for your business to get these energy saving bulbs?

In fact, some types of lights can even be completely free after the rebates are applied. But only if you find the right products and correctly file your application. 


SDG&E LED Rebates for Businesses

Getting rebates for your new led lights can be daunting (just take a look at the program information), but it doesn't have to be. Here's a quick summary of some of the rebates offered by SDG&E (Note: this is as of this writing, and could be changed in the future).

Bulb type Instant Rebate Amount Final Price
Nularis LED MR16 $12.50$0.00
Nularis LED PAR20 $12.50$0.00
Nularis LED PAR30 $7.50$7.50
Nularis LED PAR38 $20.00$0.00
Nularis LED A19 $12.50$0.00

As you can see from the table, many of the LEDs would actually be paid for completely by the the SDG&E rebates. 

How to Get The Rebates

While you can of course purchase lights and file and for the rebates yourself, the easiest and best way is to go with a company like Nularis LED Lighting. Nularis will send you the products without charging you, then take care of the paperwork and wait to be reimbursed via the rebates from SDG&E. This way you get high quality lights, without having to pay up first, or dealing with all of the paperwork. The best part is that Nularis won't charge you anything additional to deal with the paperwork.

Want to get your lights? Don't live in San Diego? No problem. Nularis operates all around the country. Just visit www.Nularis.com and enter your zip code to qualify.





Wednesday, July 29, 2015

How Do LED Rebates for Businesses Work?

You may have heard about LED rebates from utility companies,  but did you know that these rebates can actually make LED lighting for your business free? Learn everything you need to know about LED rebates from your electric company, and how they can pay for your LED lighting.

What is an LED rebate?

LED rebates are provided by electric companies, or sometimes state and local governments, to help businesses and households purchase energy saving LED lights at steeply discounted prices. Sometimes they can even make the LEDs free!

How do LED rebates work?

The program details can vary widely, but in most cases utility companies or state agencies have set aside money to help their customers purchase energy saving equipment, such as LED lights. You can purchase LED lights and then apply for these rebates, or use the services of a company such as Nularis LED lighting, which will give you your new lights and then apply for the rebates for you. Using Nularis to apply for your lights saves you time, and means you won't have to front the money for the lights and then wait to be reimbursed by the electric company.

Why Do Utilities Offer LED rebates?

Surprisingly, electric companies actually make more money when you use less electricity. There's a couple of reasons for this. In some states, like California, the state will only allow the utility company to raise rates if they reduce electricity production by a certain percentage. Conserving electricity usage also allows utilities to serve a growing population without having to build new power plants. 

How do I get a LED rebate for my business?

You can contact your local utility company to see if they have any lighting rebate or incentive programs. Or go to Nularis.com and enter your zip code and business information, and we'll let you know if your business qualifies!





Friday, February 17, 2012

Friday, November 4, 2011

Don't let the power go to your head!

Fun and quick game where you balance growth, power and the environment. My population was 40,000 with a good environment! Can you do better?

-CB

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Making Electricity from a Sidewalk?

"Paving slabs that convert energy from people's footsteps into electricity are set to help power Europe's largest urban mall, at the 2012 London Olympics site."
http://www.cnn.com/2011/10/13/tech/innovation/pavegen-kinetic-pavements/index.html?&hpt=hp_c2


-CB

Monday, October 10, 2011

LEGO Inspired LED Lamps


"As summer comes to a close, we can’t stop talking about back to school. Aside from the ever important eco-friendly school supplies, it is equally important to set up a comfortable and inspiring study area at home for our kids. Lighting company Luxit’s TOP FOUR collection provides light for late night studying, inspired by a timeless childhood favorite – LEGO blocks."

-CB