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Energy Efficiency Programs
Your energy options are limitless when you partner with Alliant Energy. Our customized energy solutions help us go beyond the role of a traditional energy provider. Alliant Energy has experience providing flexible solutions to industrial businesses. These could include:
- Combined Heat & Power (CHP)
- Solar arrays
- Micro grids
- Battery storage
- Green RECs
- Energy management solutions
- Energy efficiency programs
- Customizable rate program
As you plan your project, our team will help you determine your rate class, what options may be available and determine a cost estimate for your operation. Each of our states has distinct rate classes and structures based on your specific usage and needs.
Economic development rate (Iowa)
This is a flexible discount on demanded electricity charges for the first five years of operation for a new customer of Alliant Energy. To qualify for the program, your company cannot be a direct competitor of a current customer of Alliant Energy.
High volume industrial rate (Iowa)
This is for very large electric users providing a volume discounted rate structure based on the usage of electricity.
Infill and brownfield redevelopment rate (Iowa)
For use at industrial sites and buildings where Alliant Energy already has existing service, but that service is not utilized or is underutilized. Discount on customer demand charges is for the first five years of operation, starting with a 50% discount in year one, reducing by 10% annually over the next four years.
Interruptible program (Iowa and Wisconsin)
In exchange for reducing consumption during periods of extreme demand, your company can receive a discount on natural gas or electric pricing for the entire year.
New load market pricing (Wisconsin)
This program allows customers with more than 500 kW of new incremental load to purchase electricity at market prices on their new incremental load growth.
Three-tiered Time of Day pricing (Wisconsin)
You can reduce your business’ energy costs by using more electricity during lower-priced off peak time periods.