Equipment Incentive Program

Put the power of energy efficiency to work in your business

Managing energy costs is an essential component of a successful business plan. Before purchasing energy-related equipment, consider the substantial financial incentives available from Union Gas. Our extensive equipment incentive program is one of the fastest ways to help your business reduce costs, increase energy efficiency and improve return on investment.

Types of Equipment Incentives

Union Gas offers a variety of incentives for equipment related to space heating, water heating and foodservice. In addition, a multi-installation bonus as high as $20,000 per account holder can further reduce your costs and increase your incentives up to 40%.

A large, bright room with ventilation equipment

Space Heating Equipment Incentives

Learn about our wide variety of incentives and a multi-installation bonus for Air Curtains, Condensing Boilers, Condensing Make-up Air Units, ERV/HRV and more.

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A condensing boiler

Water Heating Equipment Incentives

Take advantage of incentives and a multi-installation bonus for Condensing Boilers, Condensing Water Heaters, Ozone Laundry and more.

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An Energy Star Fryer

Foodservice Equipment Incentives

Save money and energy with incentives and a multi-installation bonus for Demand Control Kitchen Ventilation, ENERGY STAR® Fryers and Steam Cookers and more.

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These qualified professionals are experienced with Union Gas programs. They are ready to help you assess the best energy-efficient equipment solutions for your business.

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Questions

Have Questions About Our Incentive Programs?

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