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Electric Cooking Offer

 

Earn up to $1,000 in rebates for eligible new and conversion electric cooking equipment.

We can help you select the right electric equipment for your needs. You can enjoy the advantages of cooking with electric, like lower air conditioning cost, consistent product quality and a cooler kitchen. Learn more about the advantages of electric cooking. Download the cooking offer fact sheet here.

 

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Rebates for Businesses

See below for the rebates eligible businesses may receive for installing electric cooking. Eligible businesses include restaurants, hospitals, universities, local government, nursing homes, hotels and convenience stores. Note that education-related businesses are eligible for different per-kW rebates. 

REBATES
Equipment Rebate Requirements
Fryer $1,000 per unit Min. 10 kW
Ovens (half) $500 per unit Min. 5 kW
Ovens (full) $1,000 per unit Min. 10 kW
Griddles $1,000 per unit Min. 4 kW
Broilers $700 per unit Min. 5 kW
Other $40 per kW Min. 5 kW
Wiring Assistance $15 per kW Conversions only


 

Rebates for Education (K-12 schools)

The following rebates are specifically for education-related businesses.

REBATES
Equipment Schools
New Installations $5 per kW
Conversions $5 per kW

 

 

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Equipment Requirements

  • Equipment must be a new addition or replacement of existing gas equipment.
  • “Other” equipment includes Rethermalizers, Slow Cook and Hold Ovens/Smokers, Steam Tables, Braising Pans, Tilting Skillets, Salamanders,  Conveyer Toasters, Grills, Steamers, Steam Kettles, Cheese Melters, Ranges, Cook Tops, Induction Cook Tops and Hot Plates.

Visit our Demonstration Kitchen

If you own or operate a commercial kitchen, try out the latest electric cooking equipment at our demonstration kitchen in our Technology Applications Center (TAC). You can also request one of our experts to bring it to you. Click below or call 1-888-430-5787.

Request a Tour

 

 

Popeyes Goes All Electric

Mike Cothran, Popeyes franchise owner, shares the benefits of building his restaurant with all-electric equipment.

Popeyes Goes All Electric