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Cutting Energy Costs in Restaurants. How Much Are You Spending on Energy?. Typical restaurant pays $3.13 per square foot per year for energy Largest portion of a restaurant’s electricity use goes to lighting, cooling & refrigeration. How Much Can You Save?.

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How Much Are You Spending on Energy?

  • Typical restaurant pays $3.13 per square foot per year for energy

  • Largest portion of a restaurant’s electricity use goes to lighting, cooling & refrigeration


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How Much Can You Save?

  • Many projects pay back in energy savings in a few months, most in less than 3 years

  • Rebates from APS Solutions for Business program reduce your up-front costs

    • “I would absolutely recommend this program to any business owner. Participation is easy and the payoff is significant.”

      Owner, Small Business in Phoenix


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Energy Efficiency Creates Many Benefits

  • Lower operating costs = higher profits

  • Reduce maintenance demands

  • Distinguish your business by going green

  • Increase productivity by improving comfort

  • Finance business growth with energy cost savings


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Good Starting Point: Lighting

  • Efficient lighting emits less heat and can reduce cooling requirements by 30%

  • Replace T12 fluorescent tubes with T8s and electronic ballasts and save 15% - 20% of lighting energy use

  • In the Dining Room: Replace incandescent lamps with CFLs

    • sconces

    • hanging lamps

    • fixtures

T12 lamp (top) vs. T8


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Lower Your Cooling Costs, Boost Your Comfort

  • Replace aging or inoperable HVAC equipment with high efficiency models and save 20% - 50% of energy consumption

    • Be sure the system is properly sized

    • A bigger unit is not necessarily better

  • Use a programmable thermostat to adjust the temperature based on occupancy


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Cut Refrigeration Energy Use

  • Add strip-curtains to your walk-in to reduce air infiltration by up to 75%

  • Install anti-sweat heater controls on display cases to save up to 90% of the heater energy use

  • ENERGY STAR labeled commercial solid door refrigerators and freezers save up to 45% of electricity use with a 1.3 year payback compared to other models


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Sample of Lighting Rebates from Solutions for Business program

  • Lighting rebates range from $5 to $200 per unit

    • T8/T5 Lamp and Electronic Ballast

    • Energy-efficient Exit Signs

    • High-bay T5HO or T8 Fixtures

    • Induction Lighting

    • Compact Fluorescent Lamps

    • Cold Cathode CFLs

    • De-lamping

    • Occupancy Sensors

    • Daylighting Controls


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APS Program Offers Rebates for Many Projects program

  • Start with a base incentive up to $50 per ton, plus an efficiency incentive up to $300 per ton

    • Unitary and Split Air Conditioning Systems and Air Source Heat Pumps

    • Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps

    • HVAC Test & Repair, HVAC Quality Installation

    • Programmable Thermostats

  • Refrigeration rebates from $5 to $200 per unit

  • Motor and VSD rebates from $1.50 to $50 per horsepower

  • Plus, custom projects!


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The Bottom Line: Good for Business program

  • You can reduce your restaurant’s energy use and lower your bottom line through simple energy efficiency improvements

  • APS business customers can use incentives to install energy-efficient equipment and reduce the up-front project cost

    • www.aps.com/businessrebates


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