Energy Star Dishwashers

Energy Star Dishwashers

ENERGY STAR® Dishwashers for restaurants and commercial kitchens include undercounter, stationary rack and rack conveyor units.

ENERGY STAR® DISHWASHER INCENTIVES

for commercial foodservice

Customer Incentives

  • Undercounter
    $100 per unit

  • Stationary rack
    $200 per unit

  • Rack conveyor
    $450 per unit

Service Provider Incentive

  • $50 per unit

Equipment Eligibility

  • Low and high temperatures
  • High temperature units only for stationary rack and single tank rack conveyor
  • Purchased and rental units are eligible
  • Commercial food preparation or processing

Multi-Installation Bonus

Increase your incentives up to 40%. Our multi-installation bonus is an additional incentive for eligible energy-efficient equipment.* A minimum of 4 units is required and can be installed in one or more locations. Your maximum bonus payment can be as much as $20,000 per account holder.

20% bonus
for any combination of
4-10 units
30% bonus
for any combination of
11-20 units
40% bonus
for any combination of
21-30 units

Participants must pay the natural gas bill for the location where the equipment was installed. The following equipment is ineligible for the bonus: demand control ventilation, ozone laundry equipment, multi-unit residential in-suite installations and custom engineering projects.

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

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Apply for Equipment Incentives

The process is easy. Simply complete the online application. After you submit it, a Union Gas Account Manager will contact you within 5 business days to review your application and discuss next steps.

More Information About ENERGY STAR® Dishwashers

ENERGY STAR® Dishwashers are certified for a maximum water usage per cycle.

How ENERGY STAR® Dishwashers Work

What qualifies a commercial dishwasher for Energy Star Certification is that it must meet maximum water consumption requirements during the final rinse and use less energy while idling between wash cycles. Energy Star qualified dishwashers are required to use a maximum of 5.8 gallons of water per cycle or less. This is almost twice as efficient as older models, which commonly used 10 or more gallons of water per cycle.

New technology has made this possible. The technology includes:

  • Soil sensors test how dirty dishes are to minimize water usage
  • Better water filtration removes food remnants from the water, allowing efficient use of detergent and water
  • More efficient jets use less energy to spray detergent and water over the dishes when cleaning
  • New dish rack designs maximize cleaning by strategically placing the dishes

Benefits

  • Save on your utility bills
  • Consume less water and energy
  • Help the environment

Maintenance

Dishwasher maintenance is minimal. However, you should check with your installer or service provider to determine any maintenance guidelines to ensure optimal performance.

Building Applications

Any commercial or industrial building that has a kitchen and uses non-disposable kitchenware can benefit from an ENERGY STAR® Dishwasher. Size requirements for dishwashing machines can be calculated by estimating the number of individuals served by the establishment. This information is key in determining the type of dishwasher that is most suited for a facility.

Looking for a Trusted Service Provider?

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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Have Questions About Our Incentive Programs?

Locate an Account Manager in your area or email us your questions and we'll respond within 5 business days.

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