Program Update

As of September 2015, there are changes to the Industrial and Process Efficiency program eligibility and incentives. Read the program information below for more details.

Industrial and Process Efficiency

Improve Productivity and Your Bottom Line

NYSERDA’s Industrial and Process Efficiency (IPE) Program provides performance-based incentives to manufacturers and data centers implementing energy efficiency and process improvements that will reduce your costs.

IPE's goal is to help manufacturers and data centers increase product output and data processing as efficiently as possible. Therefore, our incentives are calculated, when appropriate, based on a reduction in energy usage per unit of production or workload.

Incentives are available for:

  • New Construction and Existing Facilities
  • Manufacturing Facilities and Data Centers
  • Electricity and Natural Gas* Savings
Manufacturers
Data Centers

 

Applications to the Industrial and Process Efficiency Program will be accepted through the Consolidated Funding Application (CFA) on a first-come, first-served basis through 5:00 p.m. ET on February 29, 2015, or until funds are exhausted.

Contact Us

The IPE team will work with you to identify projects, visit your site, meet with your team and assist with the application process. To begin working with a member of the IPE Team contact us.

How to Apply

Get started today! Find out how to apply now.

For example projects, see our IPE case studies.

*As of August 31st, 2014, the Industrial and Process Efficiency (IPE) Program has committed all budgeted funds for natural gas projects. Effective immediately, NYSERDA's IPE Program will no longer accept applications for natural gas incentive projects. IPE funds for electric efficiency projects are still available; applications are still being accepted for these projects.

As of August 31st, 2014, the Industrial and Process Efficiency (IPE) Program has closed the waiting list for natural gas efficiency projects. All budgeted funds have been committed. Effective immediately, NYSERDA's IPE Program will no longer accept applications for natural gas incentive projects. IPE funds for electric efficiency projects are still available, applications are still being accepted for these projects.