California-based company Batteries N Bulbs launches a new way to upgrade to energy-efficient lighting without the upfront, out-of-pocket costs. The lighting fixture supplier makes this possible through PG&E’s On-Bill Financing or OBF Program.
Additional information on the program can be found at https://www.pge.com/includes/docs/pdfs/mybusiness/energysavingsrebates/rebatesincentives/taxcredit/onbillfinancing/OBFprogram_overview.pdf.
Through the company’s latest launch, business establishments, commercial facilities, shopping complexes, warehouses, and similar structures can affordably acquire LED lighting fixtures and enjoy the energy savings that come with them. LED “targeted” lighting belongs to the list of eligible projects defined by PG&E, along with other lighting, refrigeration, and HVAC upgrades.
With the OBF Program, financing is provided to business customers and government agencies without any interest. The initiative is specifically directed at retrofit projects that aim to improve energy efficiency. The no-interest loans are repaid through monthly bill payments with PG&E.
Payments for the OBF loan remain the same regardless of variations in seasonal energy use and savings. Since the loans are based on the customers’ annual average energy use, payments are consistent for the entire duration of the year and the life of the loans.
Batteries N Bulbs offers a no obligation lighting audit to start the process. The company also takes care of other requirements, including accomplishing the necessary PG&E paperwork, installing the new LED fixtures, and recycling old fluorescent bulbs and fixtures.
With this new announcement, Batteries N Bulbs continues on their mission of providing their customers with reliable, high-quality, and cost-effective products. In business since 1992, the company is backed by experts with a thorough understanding of lighting and batteries.
They state, “If there’s a battery or light bulb you need, we can get it for you at competitive pricing. And since we work directly with the manufacturers, we can supply you with bulk quantities for commercial applications or just single items to replace a dead battery or burnt-out bulb. We would even recycle your old fluorescent light bulbs and tubes.”
Interested parties may learn more by clicking on the above link or visiting the company’s website at https://www.batteriesnbulbs.com.
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