Gobblin’ Up the Rebates


Posted on Nov 08 2023 in Noble REMC

When we promote our Power Moves energy efficiency rebate program, members usually think of the savings potential within their own homes.

But Noble REMC business customers are reaping big rewards by choosing energy-efficient upgrades to their existing buildings or making those decisions from the first brick that’s laid.

Cash back is given for everything from LED lighting to variable frequency drives to geothermal or air source heat pumps.

But don’t just take our word for it.

Here are a few of the recent checks we’ve been privileged to present to our commercial and industrial members:

Manufacturer N.A. Busche Real Estate earned $15,639.56 in lighting rebates for upgrades to its lighting system, including occupancy sensors, at its Albion plant.

Noble Organic Grains in Wawaka received $24,728.58 in cash back rebates for investing in variable frequency drives for its farming operation.

Single Source Medical received $12,238.87 for the construction of its newest plant in Merriam, which included energy-efficient lighting and variable frequency drives.

MCJ, Inc., earned $2,000 for an installation of a variable frequency drive for the irrigation equipment on its farm in western Noble County.

To learn more about our available rebates, visit nobleremc.com/rebates or call our office and speak with Brian Hawk, our energy advisor.

NA Busche
N.A. Busche Real Estate earned a Power Moves rebate by upgrading its lighting system at its Albion plant.

Single Source
Single Source received a Power Moves rebate by making energy-efficient choices at its new plant in Merriam.

Noble Organic Farms
Noble Organic Grains invested in its farming operation and earned cash back through Power Moves.

MCJ, Inc. earned a rebate for an installation of a variable frequency drive for the irrigation equipment on its farm.