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The simplest and most popular type of incentive remains the prescriptive rebate, typically targeted to existing buildings. This type of rebate identifies a list of technologies and products that are found to provide suitable performance while saving energy. After installation, the customer receives a rebate check. In 2016, commercial lighting rebates covered 79% of the United States, according to BriteSwitch, a record since the rebate processing company began measuring rebate coverage nine years ago. Many rebate programs began to focus more heavily on LED products, a trend that is continuing in 2017. New rebates are being added as the DesignLights Consortium (DLC) adds new categories. As an example, many more rebates for LED mogul-base lamps intended to replace HID lamps, and LED lamps intended to replace compact fluorescent and U-bend lamps, have become available. The top lighting rebates are LED replacement lamps, LED downlights, LED accent lights (trackheads) and LED high-bays. http://lightingcontrolsassociation.org/2017/03/20/lighting-control-rebates-going-strong-2/

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