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  • 1. Why Utility Incentive Programs?
  • 2. How Green Programs Work
    Points based system
    Primary Categories:
    Energy
    Water
    Health
    Materials
  • 3. Energy Expertise :Inform, Motivate, Implement
    Educate customers on energy savings opportunities – behavioral changes, new products & bogus claims
    Motivate customers to implement measures leveraging our incentives and other financial resources (ARRA) with right prioritization
    Inspect for improvements in quality control
  • 4. Best Practices
    Involve your local utilities early
    in the design & specification phase
    Energy advice & recommendations
    Applicable incentives & rebates
    Assistance with quantifying benefits
    Knowledge of additional resources
    ARRA funding/grants
    Local participating contractors
    Potential in-kind opportunities – manufacturers/distributors
    Assist with promotion/marketing of project
  • 5. Sample Utility Programs and Measures
    Energy Audit
    Energy Improvement
    • Hi-efficiency Heat Pump
    • 10. Geothermal Heat Pump
    • 11. HVAC Commissioning
    • 12. Supply & Return Plenum Duct Seal
    • 13. Proper sizing of Hi-efficiency AC
    • 14. Central AC =>14 SEER non-electric heat
    • 15. ECM Fan
    • 16. Duct Test
    • 17. Duct Sealing
    • 18. Spray-in Wall insulation
    • 19. Ceiling Insulation
    • 20. Reflective Roof
    • 21. Roof Coating
    • 22. Window Film or Screen
    • 23. Replacement Windows
    New Construction/Energy Star
    • Duct Seal
    • 24. Conditioned Space Air Handler
    • 25. HVAC Commissioning
    • 26. High Efficiency HP
    • 27. Geothermal Heat Pump
    • 28. Manual D (Duct design)
    • 29. Energy Recovery Ventilation
    • 30. Attic insulation
    • 31. Cool Roof
    • 32. Attic Spray-on Foam insulation
    • 33. Window Film/Screen
    • 34. High Performance windows
    • 35. Energy Star
    • 36. Alternate water heating
    Homebuilders and Buyers Education Seminars
    Low Income Weatherization
    • Attic Insulation Upgrade
    • 37. Compact Florescent Lamps
    • 38. HVAC Maintenance
    • 39. HVAC Filters
    • 40. Duct Test and Repair
    • 41. High Efficiency Alternate Water Heating
    • 42. Reduced Air Infiltration
    • 43. Water Heater Wrap / Replacement
    • 44. High Efficiency Electric Heat Pumps
    Neighborhood Energy Saver
    • Compact Fluorescent Bulb replacement
    • 45. Water Heater Temperature Check and Adjustment
    • 46. Low Flow Faucet Aerator
    • 47. HVAC Winterization Kit
    • 48. Low Flow Showerhead
    • 49. Change Filter Calendar
    • 50. Refrigerator Coil Brush
    • 51. Wall Plate Thermometer
    • 52. Refrigerator Thermometer
    • 53. HVAC Filters
    • 54. Weatherization Measures (weather stripping / door sweeps / etc.
    • 55. Water Heater Wrap and Insulation for Water Pipes
  • No/Low Cost Options
    Always look to No/Low Cost Options first, especially during design phase
    Address the house envelope first
    Train/monitor contractors to ensure high-quality installation
    Energy Star appliances & lighting fixtures
    Water Efficient Fixtures
    High Efficiency HVAC/Proper Sizing
    Tight air-ducts
    Programmable Thermostat
  • 56. Higher Cost Options
    Higher Investment/Longer paybacks
    Consider Project’s Goals
    Solar PV
    Spray In Foam
    High Performance windows
    Ultra-high efficiency AC
  • 57. Renovations
    Always explore utility/partner programs when performing renovation work
  • 58. Incentives are additive!
    High-Performance Windows
    Window Film or Screen
    Energy-Recovery Ventilation
    HVAC Commissioning
    Reflective Roof
    Roof Deck Insulation
    Wall Insulation
    $350
    $100
    $150
    $ 50
    $100
    $100
    $200
    $4,500
    $ - 500 - SunBuilt
    $ - 450 – Utility Rebate
    $ - 500 - State Rebate
    $3,050 – Subtotal
    $ 915 – 30%Tax Credit
    47% reduction in cost
    $2,135
    $1,050 +
    $3,185 =
  • 59. Useful Resources
    State of Florida Rebates & Incentives
    http://www.dsireusa.org/
    State of Florida Renewable Incentives
    http://www.dep.state.fl.us/energy/incentives.htm
  • 60. Additional Resources
    Local Government Green Building Incentives
    Reduced permit fees; expedited permitting
    Check with your local municipality
    Florida Green Communities Incentives
    Targets Affordable Housing
    Loans, grants & technical assistance
    http://www.greencommunitiesonline.org/local/florida.asp
  • 61. Additional resources
    SunbuiltProgramTM
    Technical assistance
    Solar rebate
    www.sunbuilt.org
    ENERGY STAR®
    Federal Tax Credits
    www.energystar.gov
  • 62. Additional resources
    Progress Energy “Home Advantage”
    www.SavetheWatts.com
    FPL “BuildSmart”
    www.fpl.com/buildsmart
  • 63. ARRA Stimulus Categories
    • Neighborhood Stabilization Program
    • 64. Weatherization
    Administered by State DCA
    • State Energy Program
    Under development by State Energy office
    http://flarecovery.com/about/state-and-local-projects/renewable-energy
    • Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants
    City/County Governments
    • HUD Assisted Housing Stability and Energy and Green Retrofits program
    Administered by HUD
    http://www.hud.gov/recovery/aheretrofith.cfm