Terms and Conditions for "Green Eyes" Referrals and Rewards:
- A $50 reward will be issued to the referrer if the content of their referral leads to a building survey conducted by Greenlight Canada. The referrer may opt to have Greenlight Canada submit the reward directly to a charity of the referrer's choosing.
- Qualification for a building survey is evaluated by Greenlight Canada on a case-by-case basis. This evaluation includes criteria such as building size, the number and types of lamps to be replaced, and the hours/day that those lamps are illuminated. Greenlight Canada reserves the right to decline to survey any building. The referrer will be advised if this is the case.
- Building surveys will be conducted free of charge, and without any contractual obligation to further services by Greenlight Canada.
- If the same building is referred by multiple referrers, rewards will be issued to the person who provides the most actionable information, as evaluated by Greenlight Canada. If the content of the referral is identical, rewards will be issued to the earliest referrer. Other referrers will be advised why a reward will not be issued to them.
- If, as a result of a referral, a building enters into a contract with Greenlight Canada, an additional $200 reward will issued to the original referrer (as described above).
- Greenlight Canada will provide notice to the referrer when a building survey has been scheduled, when the survey has been completed, and when a contract has been entered.
Terms and Conditions for Greenlight Canada LED Upgrades / Retrofit Projects:
- The fixed term of Greenlight Canada financed projects is usually set at 36 months, but this term may be extended by Greenlight Canada to ensure the monthly fee is less than the monthly savings. Criteria which directly affect the effective payback period of LED upgrades are the specific types of lamps to be replaced, and the number of illuminated hours per day.
- Greenlight Canada will provide testing lamps of each type, for use in identifying lamp or ballast failure, either of which may be the cause of a malfunctioning fixture. It is the client's responsibility to check a malfunctioning fixture with a lamp known to be working. If the fixture does not light the test lamp, a ballast or another electrical component may be at fault. In this case, it is the client's responsibility to bypass the ballast to return function to the LED lamp. In the case of a lamp fault, Greenlight Canada will replace the lamp at no charge, within the warranty period of the lamp (typically 3-5y).