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Every dollar counts, especially when you’re running a business. We’re all looking for ways to save. Money saved is money you can use to pay your employees, put away for the future of your company, or invest in your facility.
What if you could improve your system’s current operation, reduce costs for the lifetime of your equipment, and receive significant incentive funding?
You can.
Utility companies like NICOR, Peoples Gas, North Shore Gas, and Ameren offer millions of dollars in incentives to encourage efficiency projects. A portion of your utility bill each month already goes into these companies’ incentive programs. You can reclaim that money easily with a project that will improve the efficiency of your system and save you even more money in the long run.
An incentive to upgrade
Consider your boiler. A boiler provides a facility with either the hot water or steam needed for an industrial process or to heat the building. With proper maintenance, a boiler can run at optimum performance for 15 to 30 years. A natural-gas-fired burner typically provides the heat source for the boiler, and the burner’s efficiency impacts overall operation and energy usage. The utility companies offer many incentive opportunities for high-efficiency burner upgrades, and you can qualify for incentive funding of up to $500,000.
You can’t lose: better equipment, incentive money, reduced energy usage, and long-term savings. You’ve already put some of your money into the incentive program. Get it back and put it to work for your business. Give us a call and we’ll get you started.

Frank Lacny, President

Frank Lacny
Frank founded American Combustion Service, Inc. & ACSI Mechanical in 1984. His consulting and specialized service capabilities for working on any type of fuel burner and/or fuel has earned ACSI a reputation as “burner specialists” in the community. Frank has trained and consulted for many groups and companies in Chicago and the Chicago Metropolitan Area. His areas of expertise include burner start-up work, unusual boiler room problem-solving situations, and general backup service support.