Get energy-saving tips specific to your business:
Breweries and Wineries
Breweries and wineries are energy-intensive businesses that can benefit from energy-saving strategies that promote a sustainable image for the facility, reduce operational costs and save money.
Convenience stores use more energy per square foot than virtually any other retail market segment, including grocery stores. Energy-saving measures can help improve efficiency and reduce costs.
Energy efficiency is often an inexpensive way for dairies to reduce costs, enhance environmental quality and increase productivity and profitability.
Grocery stores are generally the most energy-intensive consumers in the commercial sector. Energy-saving measures can save money and improve the shopping environment for your customers.
Health Care Facilities
For every $1 spent on energy efficiency, health care facilities can save $20-50 on energy costs. Energy-saving upgrades can improve patient and employee comfort, safety, indoor air quality and equipment life.
Energy accounts for about 6% of a hotel’s total operating expenses. Getting the most value out of every energy dollar will improve profitability and guest satisfaction.
Energy efficiency makes office buildings more appealing and affordable. Energy-saving upgrades improve tenant retention, occupancy rates and lease revenue for building owners.
Energy efficiency can cook up big savings and improve customer and employee comfort, visual appeal, safety, indoor air quality and equipment life.
Energy-saving improvements can allow for better product display, improved customer comfort and higher worker productivity, leading to increased sales.
Schools spend more on energy than any other expense besides personnel. Saving energy saves money, extends the life of equipment and improves the learning environment for students.
Wastewater Energy Efficiency Cohort Success Story and Energy-saving Tips
Wastewater treatment plants are generally among a community’s largest energy users, with equipment operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Idaho Power created a Wastewater Energy Efficiency Cohort to bring together wastewater treatment plant employees to reduce energy use.
Water Supply Cohort Success Story
Idaho Power created the Water Supply Cohort to reduce energy use — and the resulting costs — through a series of hands-on workshops, implementation of energy efficiency measures and evaluation.
Product Technical Sheets
Learn more about products that Idaho Power provides incentives for.
- Air Compressor VFD
- Automatic High-speed Doors
- Commercial Dishwashers
- Efficient Laundry Machines
- High-volume, Low-speed Fans
- HVAC Control Strategies
- HVAC: Fan and Pump VFDs
- Kitchen Ventilation Hoods
- Milking Vacuum Pump VSD
- No-loss Condensate Drain
- Onion/Potato Shed Ventilation
- Reflective Roof Treatment
- Refrigerated Strip Curtains
- Smart Power Strips
- Wall- or Engine-mounted Block Heater Control
- Water Leaks
Sustainable Design and Practice Benefits
Sponsored by Idaho Power, the University of Idaho Integrated Design Lab developed these flyers about sustainable design and practice benefits of various types of buildings. Architects and engineers can use this information to make early design decisions and learn about additional non-energy benefits.