ActOnEnergy: BizSavers® Case Studies 
Use real-life examples of how business customers are reducing their energy consumption, increasing overall comfort, and improving their bottom line to help you make decisions about your project.  
National Department Store
  A national department store chain received a $23,172 incentive with a payback of 2.44 years. An analysis determined that retrofitting incandescent fixtures to LED fixtures would save more than $30,000 in electricity costs annually among the four stores. (Case study)
New Construction    
  Mike Johnson, the owner of indoor go-cart track Pole Position Raceway, went from $0 to nearly $15,000 in energy-cost savings each year by opting for high-efficiency lighting. His new building, formerly a big box department store, was in need of an extensive renovation, which qualified for a sizeable New Construction incentive. (Case study)
    Walgreens reduced its electric bill in each of its seventy-five stores in Ameren Missouri territory by more than $4,200 annually. The project included energy efficient upgrades to coolers and freezers. Not only will Walgreens enjoy more than $315,000 in annual energy savings, the company also received nearly $300,000 in cash incentives to offset project costs. (Case study
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