When qualifying companies make an investment in energy upgrades through the EnergyRight for Business & Industry program, they may be eligible for an incentive payment to offset some of their costs. Reach out to a Preferred Partners Network member to access the potential incentive to help offset the capital investment for your energy solutions project.

Types of Incentives

Two types of financial incentives—Standard and Custom Incentives—are available to help reduce the cost of implementing your energy solutions project. These incentives are offered through participating local power companies in partnership with TVA. The incentives are not designed to subsidize a company that has the ability to overcome internal financial barriers.

Standard Incentives

Standard Incentives are open to ALL business and industrial participants meeting the eligibility criteria and funding availability. Incentives are available for smart energy technologies that involve an upgrade or specific equipment replacement in these measures and markets:

Incentives for Electric Technologies

High-Volume Low-Speed Fan

New Construction + Building Revitalization

Non-Road Electric Vehicles


Food Services

Thermal Storage

Custom Incentives

Custom Incentives are open to ALL commercial and industrial participants meeting the eligibility criteria. With incentives, the program offers unbiased, reliable technical assistance and information to help identify custom facility and process electric savings opportunities.

Expert Advice Available

When you’re ready to move toward wise energy use, we have a trusted energy advisor standing by to help you realize your goals. Click here to connect with your personal EnergyRight representative.

Get Your Job Done Right

Choose a qualified contractor from our exclusive Preferred Partners Network. Search our database to find a match that’s right for you.

What Opportunities Do You Have?

Beyond incentives, we offer technology expertise and guidance in areas ranging from indoor agriculture to electric vehicles to industrial processes. Click here to learn more about our Guides + Advice.