To increase participation and better serve our customers, the LADWP is pleased to introduce a new, more flexible lighting rebate program to replace
the Commercial Lighting Efficiency Offer (CLEO). The last day to submit CLEO applications was Tuesday, September 30, 2014.
The new Commercial Lighting Incentive Program (CLIP) began October 1, 2014.
CLIP your energy use with new efficient lighting and controls!
LADWP’s Commercial Lighting Incentive Program (CLIP) provides rebates on the installation of newly purchased and installed energy-saving lighting and controls.
With CLIP’s calculated savings approach, you can tailor your lighting efficiency upgrades to better meet your lighting needs, attain greater energy saving, and receive higher incentive payments!
Incentive levels are based on the calculated energy savings of each project, with rates ranging from $0.05 to $0.15 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) of annualized savings.
Incentive per kWh Saved
Lamp-only retrofits; other
Screw-in LED lamps
Screw-in CFL lamps
Linear fluorescent tube replacement
Lighting fixture replacement or retrofit
Fluorescent fixture retrofit
LED fixture replacement
Energy saving lighting equipment included:
LED Interior Ceiling Mounted, Downlight, and Highbay Fixtures
Exterior LED Pole Mounted and Wallpack Fixtures
LED Screw-In Lamps
Occupancy Sensors and Daylight Controls
New Induction Lamps and Fixtures
High Performance Reduced Wattage Fluorescent Lamps and Ballasts
CLIP applicants must have:
An LADWP non-residential electric account in good standing
A lighting retrofit project that achieves a minimum of 10% energy savings
Qualifying equipment which received LADWP approval prior to purchase, installation, and operation
Follow these steps to start the CLIP application process:
Provide the detailed scope of work for the proposed retrofit in the CLIP Workbook
(compatible with Excel 2007). It will provide the potential incentive amount. Note: The incentive will not calculate if the minimum energy savings requirement is not met.
Take photographs representative of the existing fixture types, lamps, ballasts, etc. Submit a minimum of one luminaire photo taken at the installation address for each unique measure proposed.
Example of acceptable photograph.
Provide product specifications for each proposed lighting product. Include the Lighting Facts label for each LED lighting product.
Customers must submit test reports for LED products not listed in the Lighting Facts database.