Most lighting products need to be tested by a third party to determine if the product meets the national efficiency specifications required for incentives. Focus on Energy does not provide testing services. Equipment manufacturers will need to be directed to the appropriate third party (ENERGY STAR® or Design Lights Consortium®).
Articles in this section
- Why does my LED light fixture or lamp need to be listed by ENERGY STAR or Design Lights Consortium
- Can I include internal labor as part of my project costs
- How do I know if my project is eligible for a custom or prescriptive incentive
- What happens if I buy the product more than sixty days prior to installation
- How can I verify my equipment is on a qualified product list
- How can I get my product on a qualified product list
- What kind of lighting qualifies for an incentive
- Who do I list for Section 4 (Trade Ally information) on the incentive application
- The lamp I am installing has the ENERGY STAR logo on the box; does this mean it qualifies for the incentive
- Where do I send my completed application
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