The EnerLogic seal features three separate flame-shaped petals coming together to form a flower. Each petal of the flower is a different color, representing a different form of energy. Blue stands for water, yellow for electricity, and orange for gas. The three petals merge at the base in green, signifying our focus on helping operators improve their energy and resource efficiency for a “greener” operation.
Save Money With Energy Saving Rebates
Qualifying businesses can earn rebates of up to ,000 when replacing old equipment with energy-efficient models. Download this spreadsheet to see the products from Cleveland, Delfield, Dean, Frymaster, and Garland that qualify for Energy Rebates. We're having more products certified, so check back routinely to get the latest updated list. Based on data published by the independent FoodService Technology Center, Manitowoc Foodservice and our brands lead the industry with the most products qualifying for energy-saving rebates under California's tough standards for energy efficiency.
Other states and municipalities offer rebates, too, so ask your local utility if rebates are available to you for energy-saving products. Or, you can use the Rebate Finder from Energy Star to look for rebates in your area.
After you've selected your qualifying equipment from Manitowoc Foodservice, visit the website of your local California utility to complete information on the California rebate program and to download the application form. The rebate specifications and qualifying products are uniform across the state, but the forms are specific to your local utility. Click your utility logo (on the right) to get the proper rebate form for your location.
How Much Can You Save with Energy Efficient Equipment
Energy consumption in a typical food service facility can be seen at 30 percent for cooking, 19 percent for refrigeration and 10 percent for sanitation. These three combined uses represent roughly 60 percent of the energy consumed in a typical food service facility. The total savings potential from a more efficient commercial kitchen can vary from 10-30 percent, depending upon the technologies installed.
Participating California Utilities