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Energy Efficiency Rebates
Ring in energy savings in 2015
Efficiency Rebates

Rebates are something celebrate when you can save energy and money throughout your business.

As the new year begins, be sure to include CenterPoint Energy’s natural gas equipment rebates in your business’ plans to increase energy efficiency and save money. We offer a wide variety of equipment rebates that help you conserve energy across your operation and in turn, positively impact your bottom line.

Rebate savings include:

Get complete details, including fill-and-print rebate applications here.

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Your business’ input is invaluable to CenterPoint Energy. It impacts the decisions we make on how best to serve you as a commercial customer. Please consider joining our online Feedback Forum – it’s a great way to easily and quickly share your thoughts on our business services, products, communications and more.

We’ll keep Forum members up-to-date with summaries of what we learn, so you can know what other commercial customers find important as well. Join Feedback Forum today.


Save with rebates

Save money on some of the hardest working equipment in your operation when you take advantage of energy efficiency rebates from CenterPoint Energy. Save on boilers, boiler system components, water heaters, and heating systems. Learn more.

 Hurricane Preparation

In the event of severe weather such as a hurricane, power outages are likely. Just as CenterPoint Energy has an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP), the company urges customers to have their own emergency plan ready to implement should a hurricane strike.


It is extremely important for every family and business to have their own personal emergency plan, especially customers who rely on electricity for life-sustaining equipment. If your plan is to shelter in place during a storm, CenterPoint Energy encourages customers to have battery-powered radios, enough food and water for several days (one gallon of water per person, per day), necessary medication and a portable generator.

To stay up to date on the most current power outage information, we urge you to follow us on Facebook and Twitter where we post frequent updates during a storm. For more details, please visit