OG&E offers rebates for HVAC upgrades

Josh DeLozier, director of marketing for NewView Oklahoma, wheel chocks manufactured by his company, in the new lighting installed throughout the plant.  (Mark Hancock)

Josh DeLozier, director of marketing for NewView Oklahoma, wheel chocks manufactured by his company, in the new lighting installed throughout the plant. (Mark Hancock)

OG&E’s Commercial Energy Efficiency Program offers rebates to businesses and organizations that install more efficient heating, ventilation and air-conditioning equipment.

OG&E offers its Commercial Energy Efficiency Program as an opportunity for large commercial entities to receive $250 per kilowatt of energy saved through the installation of energy efficient mechanical equipment. Oklahoma City Public Schools was recently issued a check for $500,000 after upgrades to outdated mechanical equipment such as large commercial chillers and rooftop heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) units that is expected to save 2,000 kilowatts annually.

“Our partnership with Oklahoma City Public Schools included energy audits and recommendations for efficiency upgrades to their mechanical equipment that could reduce the district’s monthly and yearly energy costs,” said Forrest McGee, manager of OG&E’s Commercial Energy Efficiency Program.  “The Oklahoma City Public Schools’ operations managers have invested wisely with energy-saving HVAC and chiller change outs, and we are pleased to provide them this earned incentive rebate.”

Ben Felder

Ben is a news reporter covering local politics, City Hall and education in urban Oklahoma City. He lives in OKC with his wife, Lori, and son, Satchel. Ben holds a masters in news media journalism from Full Sail University and is an OKC transplant from Kansas City, Mo. Twitter: @benfelder_okg

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