DME Commercial Customers
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.