Engineering Feasibility Studies

Incentives engineered to reduce energy costs and payback period

Union Gas will help fund studies to identify and quantify potential energy-saving measures on natural gas-consuming equipment and gas-related heating systems or facilities. Studies analyze an existing building to determine the changes that will increase your overall energy efficiency.

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Benefits of Feasibility Studies

Determine your current energy costs, pinpoint problem areas and prioritize energy improvements.

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Typical Projects

Thermal surveys, facility air-balances, HVAC audits, energy audits, benchmarking activities and equipment upgrade analyses.

ENGINEERING FEASIBILITY STUDIES INCENTIVES

Commercial Customers Incentive

  • 50% up to $4,000

Industrial Customers Incentives

  • 50% up to $10,000
  • New: study top-up
    Additional 50% to a maximum of $10,000*

Additional incentive for a previously funded Engineering Feasibility Study, once a Custom Engineering Project has been commissioned. For industrial customers only. Limit of one top-up per study.

Application Requirements

Copy of study including:

  • Baseline types and costs of all energy use per process/piece of equipment
  • Analysis of use, waste and potential impact on production
  • In-depth description of improvements to current operational procedures, processes or technology and installation of new equipment
  • Projected/predicted future performance for all energy use after improvements
  • Financial analysis of opportunities sufficient to support customer management review for project approval
Copy of 3rd party survey provider invoice or summary of costs for internal labour used

For multi-site customer incentive cap @ $10,000 per customer.

Apply for an Engineering Feasibility Study Incentive

Applying is easy. Simply contact your Union Gas Account Manager or send us an email using the button below. A Union Gas Account Manager will get back to you within 5 business days to discuss next steps.