Honda of Covington receives award for energy efficiency

PINEVILLE, La. Sept. 18, 2018 – Cleco awarded Honda of Covington a total of $21,589.20 in cash incentives for lighting upgrades made through the utility’s energy efficiency program, Power Wise.

Honda of Covington upgraded nearly 70 exterior lights to LED throughout the facility’s new car lot. The projected energy savings of the projects total 215,892 kWh, which is enough energy to power more than 300 refrigerators for one year, assuming annual energy consumption of 700 kWh for a refrigerator.

Cleco’s commercial energy efficiency program provides financial incentives to offset the cost of lighting and HVAC replacements for large and small businesses.

“This project is an example of Cleco’s commitment to our customers,” said Hammad Chaudhry, Cleco’s energy efficiency program manager. “Our goal is to partner with our customers to help them manage their energy use and become more efficient. As we help our business customers become more efficient, we are playing a small role in helping our communities retain businesses and jobs.”

In addition to Cleco’s commercial program, the utility offers a program for its residential customers that address ceiling insulation, air leaks and duct sealing, among other program offerings.

Cleco customers can learn more about Power Wise program details and financial incentives by calling 1-833-373-6842 or visiting Cleco’s website at

Cleco Corporate Holdings LLC is a regional energy company that conducts substantially all of its business operation through its primary subsidiary, Cleco Power. Cleco Power is a regulated electric utility company that owns nine generating units with a total nameplate capacity of 3,310 MWs and serves approximately 290,000 customers in Louisiana through its retail business and supplies wholesale power in Louisiana and Mississippi.  For more information about Cleco, visit us at 

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