We propose an efficient binding algorithm for power optimization in behavioral synthesis. In prior work, it has been shown that several binding problems for low-power can be formulated as multi-commodity flow problems (due to an iterative execution of data flow graph) and be solved optimally. However, since the multi-commodity flow problem is NP-hard, the application is limited to a class of small sized problems. To overcome the limitation, we address the problem of how we can effectively make use of the property of efficient flow computations in a network so that it is extensively applicable to practical designs while producing close-to-optimal results. To this end, we propose an efficient two-step algorithm, which (1) it determines a feasible binding solution by partially utilizing the computation steps for finding a maximum flow of minimum cost in a network and then (2) refines it iteratively. Experiments with a set of benchmark examples show that the proposed algorithm saves the run time significantly while maintaining close-to-optimal bindings in most practical designs.