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Make the flip to energy-efficient equipment and serve up the savings

With rebates and programs from PG&E, switching to energy-efficient equipment is something you can savor!


A recipe to help your bottom line.

No one works harder than you do to make your business a success. But did you know that investing in energy-efficient equipment can also greatly impact your bottom line?


Check out this flip-side comparison.

Low-Flow Pre-Rinse Spray Valves

  • Install 3 Valves
  • Sell 194 More Burgers
  • Both can add $87 to your bottom line

 

ECM Evaporator Fan Motors

  • Install 3 Fan Motors
  • Sell 263 More Burgers
  • Both can add $118 to your bottom line

 

Super-Efficient Ice Machine

  • Install 1 Ice Machine
  • Sell 299 More Burgers
  • Both can add $134 to your bottom line

 

Electric Convection Oven

  • Install 1 Oven
  • Sell 788 More Burgers
  • Both can add $354 to your bottom line

 

Commercial Gas Fryer Vat

  • Install 1 Fryer Vat
  • Sell 1,075 More Burgers
  • Both can add $483 to your bottom line

 

Demand Control Kitchen Ventilation

  • Install 1 Ventilation
  • Sell 5,335 More Burgers
  • Both can add $2,398 to your bottom line

 

Ready to make the flip? Here are the tools you need.

Rebates: Invest in energy-efficiency equipment by apply for rebates. Go to pge.com/businessrebates


Financing: Energy Efficiency Financing makes upgrades more affordable with 0% interest loans.* Visit pge.com/eef


Expertise: Get unbiased information and try a wide range of new equipment at no cost at the Food Service Technology Center. Learn more at fishnick.com


For questions, contact us by calling your Energy Advisor or the Business Customer Service Center at 1-800-468-4743.


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Bottom line figure or estimated annual savings source: Damodaran, A. (2016, January). New York University(NYU) Stern School of Business: Margins by Sector (US) Based on average savings for a small business with cost per kWh of $0.145 or cost per therm of $0.882. Sales estimate of $5/hamburger at 8.99% net margin


*Subject to customer eligibility and program requirements. For more information, visit pge.com/eef.

 

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