Texarkana Chamber of Commerce receives incentive for lighting retrofit

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Left to right: CEO and President of Texarkana Chamber of Commerce Mike Malone, Energy Efficiency and Consumer Programs Coordinator Mike Nix and External Affairs Manager Jennifer Harland

The Texarkana Chamber of Commerce received an incentive of after taking advantage of our Commercial and Industrial Energy Efficiency program.


The program provides incentives for facilities to reduce peak electric demand and annual energy consumption, resulting in improved building performance, comfort and savings.

We presented the Texarkana Chamber of Commerce with a $1,005 incentive for the lighting retrofit at their office: converting from florescent lights to LEDs. The annual savings achieved are 4.02 kW of demand and 18,768 kWh of energy.

“We are delighted that the Chamber utilized the Energy Efficiency Programs that are offered to encourage energy savings,” said Mike Nix, energy efficiency and consumer programs coordinator.

Interested in saving energy and money at your business? Incentives are provided for:

  • Fluorescent & LED Lighting Upgrades
  • HVAC Upgrades
  • Lighting Controls
  • Air Compressor System Upgrades
  • Motor Upgrades

Incentives are available for both existing buildings and new construction projects and are based on the verified electric energy savings.