Save with Lighting
Upgrading your light bulbs and fixtures is one of the most cost-effective ways to save money on your utility bills. It also helps reduce your maintenance and operating costs. To make upgrading more affordable for your business, Tacoma Power has rebate programs that could cover up to 60% of your total project cost.
Rebate Eligibility Details
- You must be a Tacoma Power customer served by a business rate.
- You must submit an application with required documents and get approval from us before starting your project.
- Eligible upgrades include:
- Switching from incandescent to CFL or LED fixtures and lamp replacements
- Switching from T12 to T8 or T5, Hi performance T-8 or LED fixtures or retrofits
- Switching from magnetic HID to electronic ballasted HID, fluorescent or LED
- Switching from incandescent to LED exit signs
- Installing occupancy sensors and lighting controls
- Getting $1 for each A-lamp less than 100 watts
- Getting $4 each for 2 inch, 3 inch, and 4 inch TLED tubes
- LED fixtures and lamps must be listed on one of the following approved lists:
Find and hire a qualified contractor. Learn tips for hiring the best contractor for your project and review our list of lighting contractors who meet the qualifications to participate in our programs.
What Our Customers Say
To learn more about how rebates can help your company reduce its utility bill, see the following testimonials:
Watch how LED lighting technology helps Tacoma retailer Compass Rose create a beautiful shopping experience for customers while saving energy and money with Tacoma Power.
Watch how Tacoma Power helps light America’s classic automobiles and helps patrons enjoy their experience while LeMay-America’s Car Museum saves money through energy-efficiency.
*Program requirements and rebate amounts are subject to change without notice. Tacoma Power does not endorse any particular contractor, manufacturer or product. Tacoma Power makes no express or implied warranties of these products.
Payment is subject to the terms and conditions of the rebate. Tacoma Power reserves the right to verify sales transactions and to inspect installations prior to issuing rebates. Incorrect or incomplete information may lead to a delay or cancellation of rebate processing.