Your Business Partner

As Your Business Partner and a public owned utility, MID provides benefits to its business partners and to our local community. Our not-for-profit status allows us to focus on our customers, not shareholders. We pass on lower electric costs to our customers while our elected board keeps the needs of our local community a priority. Because we are focused on efficiency and the local community, we are able to get new projects online quickly.

Innovative Customer Benefit Programs

MID allocates a significant portion of its collected public benefit program funds toward flexible and customized programs for efficiency and renewable energy savings. These programs provide qualifying commercial, industrial and residential customers financial rebates and incentives to retrofit existing electrical equipment. For more information visit our business rebate programs page.

Mercy Medical Center, Merced

“Our MID representative worked diligently with us to identify opportunities for energy efficiency with the construction of our new hospital. MID’s rebate program offered a great incentive and a long term return in energy savings on our investment.”

Chris Dugas
Design & Construction Area Manager, Catholic Healthcare West

MID Supports Merced College Lighting Improvements with $85,100 Rebate

In January 2013, Merced Irrigation District delivered a rebate check to Merced College totaling $85,158 for improvements made to the school’s lighting system.

The lighting project involved retrofitting more than 7,000 light fixtures and is expected to reduce the College’s energy usage by 1.2 million kilowatt-hours per year. This represents an annual savings of approximately $137,000. The rebate was made available through a state program requiring money be made available for projects that reduce energy usage and increase efficiency. “This is a great day for MID and for Merced College,” said Don Ouchley, deputy general manager of MID Energy Resources. “Merced College has been a longtime customer. We are pleased they have been able to reduce both the college’s operating costs and its energy consumption.”

Have questions about becoming a MID Business Partner?


Chris Cuttone
MID Business Development Program Manager
Ph: 209-354-2816

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