Georgia Power Offers Rebate for Retrocommissioning Projects

McKenney’s is excited to share that Georgia Power is now offering customers a $0.10/kWh rebate for retro-commissioning projects, also known as “building tune-ups.” This is exciting news because what was already a very attractive ROI from a financial standpoint just got even better. Not only do you mitigate risk by having your equipment and systems perform better, but you’re also saving money in the process and receiving a rebate from Georgia Power.

McKenney’s Can Help.

McKenney’s is an approved contractor by Georgia Power to help customers capitalize on the rebate for retro-commissioning projects. We can help you take advantage of this opportunity and realize savings to help achieve your organization’s ESG (environmental, social, and governance) goals by implementing recommendations that will yield energy and operational savings required for the rebate.

Retro-commissioning is a cost-effective approach to improve buildings facing issues with system performance. McKenney’s identifies the root causes and recommends measures to systematically improve building systems to optimize the performance of your equipment, save energy, and ultimately mitigate risk. We will work closely with you and your team to develop a tailored plan that aligns with Georgia Power’s rebate requirements.

System Analysis

Since mechanical systems are constantly in use, they must be regularly maintained. Aging systems need attention to prevent breakdowns, and newer systems need to be routinely inspected and serviced to keep them operating at peak efficiency. McKenney’s has knowledgeable teams that can identify potential issues before they become big problems and identify areas to help optimize system performance.

Customized Planning

McKenney’s will create a customized plan for system performance and improvements that will increase your energy and operational savings by developing short- and long-term capital plans and utilizing contingency funding to implement and address low-cost fixes to address system deficiencies.

Improvements And Sustainability

The McKenney’s retro-commissioning team can assist customers in establishing and meeting their sustainability goals, whatever they may be. We’ve helped customers deliver savings that yielded returns of less than one year to as much as two and a half years. Whatever your sustainability goals may be, retro-commissioning is one of the most cost-effective ways to start you on the right path to achieving them by identifying the opportunities and implementing the recommendations that will deliver results.

Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity from Georgia Power—click this link to fill out the form, and a McKenney’s teammate will be in touch. Or, visit our website to learn more information about our retro-commissioning services.

About Michael Trapani


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Mike “Trap” Trapani is the Vice President of Business Development and Sales at McKenney's and is responsible for building, growing, and maintaining relationships with our customers to find opportunities for the various groups within McKenney’s to serve our customers.

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