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Going Beyond the 2008 <br />Residential Title 24 Standards<br />October 26th, 2009<br />Residential New Construction Progr...
Residential New Construction Programs<br />Advanced Home Program<br />Performance Based Energy Efficiency Incentive Progra...
Advanced <br />Home Program<br />
Advanced Home Program (2009) Single-Family Incentives<br />Tier I (exceed T-24 by 15%)<br />Coastal Climate Zone: $400/dwe...
Advanced Home Program (2009)Multi-Family Incentives<br />Tier I (exceed T-24 by 15%)<br />Coastal Climate Zone: $150/dwell...
Program in Transition<br />Name changed to the California Advanced Home Program<br />Statewide program consistent across C...
California Advanced Home Program (2010-2012)<br />Kickers<br />ENERGY STAR®<br />Green Home<br />Compact Home<br />Solar T...
Utility Incentive Worksheet<br />Generated by the compliance software<br />Will provide estimated savings and incentives<b...
New Solar Homes Partnership<br />
Timeline<br />August 2004<br />Governor Announces Million Solar Roofs Program<br />January 2006<br />CPUC Approves CSI<br ...
New Solar Homes Partnership<br />Provides financial incentives, technical assistance, and marketing support to new home bu...
NSHP Requirements<br />Location: Electric distribution service must be from one of the California investor-owned utilities...
NSHP Incentives<br />NSHP offers generous financial incentives<br />Market Rate Housing<br />$2.50/watt <br />	base incent...
How to apply to the NSHP<br />Contact the SDG&E NSHP team as early as possible by phone or email at 1-866-631-1744 or news...
Reservation Phase Documents<br />
Reservation Phase(NSHP-1)<br />Home Location<br />Housing Type<br />HERS Rater<br />Incentive Recipient<br />Signed by bui...
Reservation Phase(CF-1R-PV)<br />Address matches NSHP-1<br />Climate Zone matches CF-1R<br />Equipment matches contract<br...
Reservation Phase(CF-1R)<br />Created and signed by CEPE or CEA<br />At least 15% better than T-24<br />* Also need the el...
Reservation Phase(Equipment Purchase Agreement & Installation Contract)<br />Equipment Purchase Agreement<br />Address mat...
Reservation Phase(Build Out Schedule)<br />Installation Start<br />Installation End<br />Ready for Operation<br />On Solar...
Reservation Phase(System Size Justification)<br />System Size Greater than 5 kW <br />Estimated Electricity Consumption<br...
Reservation Phase(Building Permit)<br />Applicants name and address match NSHP-1 <br />Permit states “New Construction”<br...
Reservation Phase(Subdivision Map)<br />Map must highlight which buildings will have solar systems installed <br />* N/A i...
Reservation Phase(Construction Plans)<br />Architectural floor plans, elevations, & sections<br />Site plan indicating nor...
Reservation Phase Overview<br />Once all forms are complete and submitted, SDG&E submits to the CEC for the reservation of...
Are we having fun yet?<br />
Payment Phase Overview<br />For the payment of funds, builders must provide:<br />Payment Claim Form (NSHP-2)             ...
Example One: New Single-Family Home<br />3.4 kW system (AC) in San Diego $2.50 per watt NSHP Incentive<br />Tier 2 Energy ...
Example 2: New 42-Unit, 3-Story Apartment Building w/ Affordability Restrictions<br />30 kW System (AC) Serving Common Are...
Resources<br />San Diego Gas & Electric, New Construction Department<br />www.sdge.com/construction<br />Go Solar Californ...
Thank You<br />For more information please contact us at:<br />1-866-631-1744<br />newsolarhomes@sdge.com<br />8335 Centur...
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  1. 1. Going Beyond the 2008 <br />Residential Title 24 Standards<br />October 26th, 2009<br />Residential New Construction Programs<br />San Diego Gas & Electric<br />Presenter: Michael James Colby<br />
  2. 2. Residential New Construction Programs<br />Advanced Home Program<br />Performance Based Energy Efficiency Incentive Program<br />Incentives are paid for building energy efficient New Homes including affordable housing<br />New Solar Homes Partnership<br />Performance Based Renewable Incentive Program<br />Incentives are paid based upon the expected performance of installed solar electric (photovoltaic) systems on New Homes including affordable housing<br />Customers are encouraged to participate in both programs!<br />
  3. 3. Advanced <br />Home Program<br />
  4. 4. Advanced Home Program (2009) Single-Family Incentives<br />Tier I (exceed T-24 by 15%)<br />Coastal Climate Zone: $400/dwelling unit<br />Inland Climate Zone: $500/dwelling unit<br />Tier II (exceed T-24 by 35% & reduce cooling budget 40%)<br />$2,000 in all climate zones<br />
  5. 5. Advanced Home Program (2009)Multi-Family Incentives<br />Tier I (exceed T-24 by 15%)<br />Coastal Climate Zone: $150/dwelling unit<br />Inland Climate Zone: $200/dwelling unit <br />
  6. 6. Program in Transition<br />Name changed to the California Advanced Home Program<br />Statewide program consistent across California<br />Calculated incentives instead of deemed incentives<br />Incentive Kickers<br />Begins January 1st, 2010<br />
  7. 7. California Advanced Home Program (2010-2012)<br />Kickers<br />ENERGY STAR®<br />Green Home<br />Compact Home<br />Solar Thermal <br />kW Reduction <br />
  8. 8. Utility Incentive Worksheet<br />Generated by the compliance software<br />Will provide estimated savings and incentives<br />
  9. 9. New Solar Homes Partnership<br />
  10. 10. Timeline<br />August 2004<br />Governor Announces Million Solar Roofs Program<br />January 2006<br />CPUC Approves CSI<br />August 2006<br />Governor signs SB1 into Law<br />January 2007<br />Go Solar California Launched<br />March 2008<br />SDG&E begins administration of NSHP<br />
  11. 11. New Solar Homes Partnership<br />Provides financial incentives, technical assistance, and marketing support to new home builders of energy-efficient, solar-powered homes<br />Budget of $400 million out of the <br /> $3.3 billion CSI<br />Overall goal of the NSHP is to achieve 400 megawatts of new solar-produced electricity by the end of 2016<br />
  12. 12. NSHP Requirements<br />Location: Electric distribution service must be from one of the California investor-owned utilities (PG&E, SCE, SDG&E)<br />System: System must be 1 kW AC or larger, interconnected to the utility distribution grid, and generate electricity to offset the end-use consumer’s on-site electrical load<br />Quality: The system must use new certified components, have a 10 year warranty, and must be field-verified by a third-party inspector <br />Energy Efficiency: The new homes must exceed Title 24 energy efficiency requirements <br />Tier 1- Exceed Title 24 by a minimum of 15% <br />Tier 2- Exceed Title 24 by a minimum of 35% (30% 2008 T-24)<br />Builder provided appliances must be ENERGY STAR® labeled<br />
  13. 13. NSHP Incentives<br />NSHP offers generous financial incentives<br />Market Rate Housing<br />$2.50/watt <br /> base incentive<br />$2.60/watt <br /> solar as standard incentive<br />Affordable Housing<br />$3.30/watt<br /> common areas<br />$3.50/watt<br /> dwelling units<br />Incentive depends on the Expected Performance Based Incentive calculation (CEC PV Calculator)<br />
  14. 14. How to apply to the NSHP<br />Contact the SDG&E NSHP team as early as possible by phone or email at 1-866-631-1744 or newsolarhomes@sdge.com<br />Hire a Certified Energy Plan Examiner (CEPE) to create the Title-24 energy efficiency documentation http://www.cabec.org/ceperosterall.php<br />Contract with a registered solar contractor http://www.gosolarcalifornia.ca.gov/retailers/search-new.php<br />Hire a HERS rater to perform the energy efficiency and PV verifications http://www.energy.ca.gov/HERS/index.html<br />Work with the solar contractor, CEPE, and HERS rater to submit a completed reservation package to SDG&E<br />
  15. 15. Reservation Phase Documents<br />
  16. 16. Reservation Phase(NSHP-1)<br />Home Location<br />Housing Type<br />HERS Rater<br />Incentive Recipient<br />Signed by builder/ developer and retailer<br />
  17. 17. Reservation Phase(CF-1R-PV)<br />Address matches NSHP-1<br />Climate Zone matches CF-1R<br />Equipment matches contract<br />Form is signed<br />Certified Version<br />* Also need the .emf and .her files<br />
  18. 18. Reservation Phase(CF-1R)<br />Created and signed by CEPE or CEA<br />At least 15% better than T-24<br />* Also need the electronic input file (either .bld or .mp7)<br />
  19. 19. Reservation Phase(Equipment Purchase Agreement & Installation Contract)<br />Equipment Purchase Agreement<br />Address matches NSHP-1<br />Quantity, make, & model of equipment matches CF-1R-PV<br />Meters to be installed<br />From a registered retailer<br />Signed by both retailer and applicant<br />Installation Contract<br />Name, address, and license number of the company performing the installation<br />Address matches NSHP-1<br />Description of work to be performed<br />Total agreed price<br />Payment terms<br />Approximate start & end dates (unless on build out schedule<br />Cancellation Notice<br />Contact info for the CSLB<br />Legal notices<br />Signed by both retailer and the applicant<br />
  20. 20. Reservation Phase(Build Out Schedule)<br />Installation Start<br />Installation End<br />Ready for Operation<br />On Solar Retailers Letterhead<br />
  21. 21. Reservation Phase(System Size Justification)<br />System Size Greater than 5 kW <br />Estimated Electricity Consumption<br />Completed by a CEPE/CEA, Architect, Engineer, or a C-10 Licensed Contractor<br />
  22. 22. Reservation Phase(Building Permit)<br />Applicants name and address match NSHP-1 <br />Permit states “New Construction”<br />* N/A if Subdivision Map is Submitted<br />
  23. 23. Reservation Phase(Subdivision Map)<br />Map must highlight which buildings will have solar systems installed <br />* N/A if Building Permit is Submitted<br />
  24. 24. Reservation Phase(Construction Plans)<br />Architectural floor plans, elevations, & sections<br />Site plan indicating north<br />Electrical & mechanical (if available)<br />* Submit electronically if possible<br />
  25. 25. Reservation Phase Overview<br />Once all forms are complete and submitted, SDG&E submits to the CEC for the reservation of funds<br />Once reserved, projects have: <br />36 Months to Complete – Housing developments with 6 or more units installing solar on at least 50 percent of the units<br />OR<br />18 Months to Complete – All other categories of new housing<br />SDG&E will send a letter and payment claim form after the funds are reserved<br />
  26. 26. Are we having fun yet?<br />
  27. 27. Payment Phase Overview<br />For the payment of funds, builders must provide:<br />Payment Claim Form (NSHP-2) [Note: Original Signature Required]<br />Final Invoice for Equipment and Installation<br />Final PV Permit<br />Certificate of Field Verification and Diagnostic Testing (CF-4R-PV) for PV<br />Certificate of Field Verification and Diagnostic Testing (CF-4R) for Energy Efficiency<br />Ten-Year Warranty Form (NSHP-3)<br />W-9 Form<br />Form 587 or 590 (CA Withholding Forms)<br />
  28. 28. Example One: New Single-Family Home<br />3.4 kW system (AC) in San Diego $2.50 per watt NSHP Incentive<br />Tier 2 Energy Efficiency (at least 35% better than 2005 T24) $2,000 per home AHP Incentive<br />Incentives<br />$10,737 NSHP + $2,000 AHP = $12,737 Total Incentives<br />
  29. 29. Example 2: New 42-Unit, 3-Story Apartment Building w/ Affordability Restrictions<br />30 kW System (AC) Serving Common Area in Chula Vista $3.30 per watt NSHP Incentive<br />48 kW System (AC) Serving 42 Dwelling Units in Chula Vista $3.50 per watt NSHP Incentive<br />Tier 1 Energy Efficiency (at least 15% better than 2005 T-24) $150 per unit AHP incentives<br />Incentives<br />$308,630 NSHP + $6,300 AHP = $314,930 Total Incentives<br />
  30. 30. Resources<br />San Diego Gas & Electric, New Construction Department<br />www.sdge.com/construction<br />Go Solar California<br />www.gosolarcalifornia.ca.gov<br />California Association of Building Energy Consultants (CABEC)<br />www.cabec.org<br />California Home Energy Efficiency Rating Services (CHEERS)<br />www.cheers.org<br />California Certified Energy Rating & Testing Services (CalCERTS)<br />www.calcerts.com<br />California Building Performance Contractors Association (CBPCA)<br />www.cbpca.org<br />
  31. 31. Thank You<br />For more information please contact us at:<br />1-866-631-1744<br />newsolarhomes@sdge.com<br />8335 Century Park Court, CP12G<br />San Diego, CA 92123<br />
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