DME Commercial Customers
Due to COVID-19, energy and water audits are currently on hold. Please check this page for further updates.
Energy Efficiency Incentives
The GreenSense Incentive Program rewards customers in good standing who perform qualifying energy-efficiency improvements in their homes or businesses. For more information you may:
- Access the GreenSense Brochure (PDF)
- View the GreenSense Manual (PDF)
- Email Denton Municipal Electric Rebates
- Call 940-349-7733
Access the following applications to get started:
Standard Offer Incentive
Customers who can reduce their peak demand by a minimum of 50 kilowatts (kW) may qualify for an incentive up to $125 per kW. Permanent upgrades must be new and remain in service for at least ten years. Funds are available starting October 1 on a first-come, first-served basis until they are exhausted.
Download and submit the Standard Offer Incentive Application (PDF).
Customers interested in hiring an engineer firm to perform a detailed energy audit on their facility may qualify for an incentive up to $5,000. Audit reports should concisely describe energy efficiency measures and alternatives, energy use baseline, and a business plan. Funds are available starting October 1 on a first-come, first-served basis until they are exhausted.
Download and complete the Engineering Audit Application (PDF).
Solar Installation Incentive
All commercial property owners within DME's service area are eligible to receive a solar incentive in accordance with the provisions in the Distributed Generation Manual.
For more information you may:
- Access the Distributed Generation Manual (PDF)
- View the Solar Program FAQs (PDF)
- Email the Solar Rebate Program
- Call 940-349-7595
Protect yourself from unethical selling practices. Solar rebates are now available, and companies are flooding to Denton to sell as many solar systems as possible. Before purchasing a solar system:
- Be aware of solar companies claiming to be DME partners; DME and the City of Denton do not partner with solar companies
- Be alert of emails, calls, texts, or door-to-door salespeople requesting personal information; do not provide personal information if you don't trust the source
- Be leery of any offers that pressure you to send information, money, or sign documents
Report unethical and suspicious practices to the Better Business Bureau at 214-220-2000 and by emailing DME.