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Enhancing Your Energy Projects with Rebates and Incentives

Utilities and other state agencies offer energy incentive programs and rebates to make energy efficiency more affordable. In Pennsylvania, the Public Utility Commission implements Act 129, which aids businesses and electric utilities to achieve reduced energy consumption and peak electric demand. Specifics vary from program to program but often include incentives for HVAC systems, water heaters, building insulation, appliances, CHP, Solar PV, and lighting. Companies are eligible to apply for rebates and incentives to offset costs of eligible improvements of energy efficiency or renewable energy projects. Energy efficiency and reducing energy-related expenses can help a company’s bottom line.

During this webinar, representatives will discuss financial incentives for Pennsylvania commercial and industrial customers in the PECO, PPL, and First Energy utility territories.


Sarnai Davaadagva has been an Account Manager at CLEAResult located in Lebanon, PA, since 2020.

She is responsible for managing downstream energy efficiency incentive applications for PPL Business Energy Efficiency Program. In this role, she provides program outreach and support to customers and contractors who are interested in utilizing available incentives to reduce their project costs.

Maddi Arnott is a Trade Ally Account Manager for the PECO Commercial and Industrial Solutions program. She provides technical assistance to contractors interested in securing financial incentives from PECO for their customers’ energy efficiency projects.

Maddi has over 30 years in the industry with a background in sales, building operations, and property management expertise. Her experience in the industry and familiarity with delivering energy and cost savings is a key asset for project planning and identifying value-adds for energy upgrades for all types of commercial and industrial businesses.

Amy Lowman is currently the Program Manager at FirstEnergy.

She’s been here for the last four years and previously worked in the financial services industry as a Finance Manager. She’s located in the Potomac Edison Williamsport, Maryland office.

Cost to attend: $20

Energy Service Providers: $10

Please fill out the below form and wait for an email regarding your registration and payment. You should receive this email within one business day after registering.


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