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1 IOWA ENERGY EFFICIENCY INFORMATION FOR YOUR BUSINESS 2015

2 THE POWER TO CONTROL YOUR ENERGY BILL IS IN YOUR HANDS MidAmerican Energy Company is committed to helping you and your business save money on your energy bills and conserve energy. We are pleased to offer energy efficiency programs to help you meet your goals. Check out our program offerings in this easy-to-follow guide. Unsure of where to begin? Let one of our energy experts assist you with determining which service best meets your building needs and in helping you get started in enhancing the performance of your building. MidAmerican Energy s Trade Ally Partners are dealers, contractors, suppliers and design professionals whose work is essential in advancing energy efficiency. They are highly educated about our EnergyAdvantage programs and requirements and can help you take advantage of MidAmerican Energy's money-saving rebates. What are you waiting for? Join the thousands of Iowans already practicing energy efficiency and saving some green.

3 PROGRAMS AND INFORMATION Commercial Energy Solutions Industrial Partners Agribusiness Multifamily Housing Energy Assessment Insulation Details Curtailment Commercial New Construction Building Shell Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems Heating and Cooling Equipment Lighting Motors & Variable-Speed Drives Commercial Kitchen Equipment Additional Services Qualifications and Conditions How to qualify and apply for rebates Many of MidAmerican Energy s EnergyAdvantage programs feature rebates that defray the often higher cost of energy-efficient equipment and materials. Preapproval is required for custom projects, building optimization services and targeted industrial system optimization. After installation of your new purchase has been completed, send in the appropriate MidAmerican Energy rebate form with a copy of your sales receipt or itemized invoice. Note that some products and services may require additional documentation, such as a yellow EnergyGuide label. These additional requirements are noted on each rebate application form. Rebate forms for products and services that typically are completed by an equipment dealer/installer can be obtained directly from that place of business. All rebate forms are available online at Rebate applications must be submitted within six months of dealer invoice for the equipment/material purchased. You also can call our rebate processing center at from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, to have forms sent to you. Get your rebate faster Follow these easy steps before mailing your rebate form. Accurate and complete rebate forms mean your rebate will arrive sooner. n Complete all information on the rebate form, such as manufacturer s name, model and serial number, if applicable. n Sign and date the Customer Agreement section. n Include the EnergyGuide label for equipment, if applicable. n Include the NFRC label for windows, if applicable. n Include Building Assessment Details form for insulation rebate. n Include a copy of the itemized sales receipt for materials and labor. n Circle rebate-eligible items on the receipt. n Retain a copy of the rebate form and receipts for your records. n If you have questions about a rebate form, contact your dealer or call Send all forms and required documentation to MidAmerican Energy in the most convenient way for you. Please allow 4-6 weeks for rebate processing. Mail: MidAmerican Energy Company P.O. Box 4628 Des Moines, IA Fax:

4 COMMERCIAL ENERGY SOLUTIONS Improve the performance of your commercial building through MidAmerican Energy s Commercial Energy Solutions program services. This program promotes comprehensive energy efficiency for existing commercial buildings of all sizes through free energy assessments and building optimization services. You can increase your property values by lowering your monthly operating costs and investing in advanced efficiency technologies, while improving building operation and comfort. Did you know? Thirty percent! That s the amount of energy the average commercial building wastes. If you ve never done anything to save energy in your building, chances are you have a lot of room to improve. In fact, it s often possible to reduce energy use by 10 percent with little or no cost. Capture easy wins by starting with simple changes, like adjusting temperature set points and making sure lights aren t on when no one s around. Then get expert help from a service and product provider, who can take you a step further. Source: QUALIFICATIONS See general qualifications on Pages Program-specific qualifications n Custom projects and building optimization services must receive preapproval prior to purchase, installation or implementation to qualify for incentives. n An on-site building assessment is required prior to beginning an insulation project in order to qualify for an insulation rebate. Any improvements made prior to the assessment are ineligible. Refer to Page 7 for information about insulation rebates. ENERGY ASSESSMENTS The assessment is customized to your building size and business needs and includes a review of the facility s operating equipment and systems. At the end of the assessment you ll receive a customized report that arms your business with a prioritized, actionable plan for saving energy and reducing operating costs. Each recommendation includes estimated energy and cost savings, project cost, potential rebates and simple payback. Incentives n Equipment rebates The energy assessment report connects customers to prescriptive and custom rebates as outlined in the nonresidential equipment programs. n Enhanced incentives Bonus rebates are available when multiple projects are completed. n Direct-install measures for small businesses Gain immediate cost savings! Our energy specialist may install energy efficiency measures at no cost, as appropriate. n Insulation rebates An on-site building assessment is required. Refer to Page 7 for details. BUILDING OPTIMIZATION SERVICES Building optimization services are powerful but often underutilized tools for enhancing building operations and increasing efficiency through low- or no-cost measures and practices. MidAmerican Energy offers two optimization options to meet the needs of commercial buildings: Express Building Tune-Up for smaller buildings and Retrocommissioning for larger, more complex facilities. 2

5 Express Building Tune-Up This service targets smaller buildings that can achieve superior results from simple retrocommissioning strategies and operator training without having to incur the expense of capital investments to replace or abandon systems. Participating buildings typically are <100,000 sq. ft., have rooftop units and are free of major problems requiring costly repairs or replacement of equipment. The goal of an Express Building Tune-Up is to find easy-to-fix items that will enhance building performance and reduce energy consumption. Examples of corrective measures include: Scheduling programmable thermostats Adjusting/adding economizers Repairing failed actuators Adjusting minimum outside air percentages Retrocommissioning This service targets larger and more complex commercial buildings that can achieve superior results from intensive retrocommissioning strategies and operator training without having to incur the expense of capital investments to replace or abandon systems. Participating buildings typically are >100,000 sq. ft., have a central heating and cooling system, a functional energy management system with direct digital controls and are free of major problems requiring costly repairs or replacement of equipment. The goal of traditional retrocommissioning is to optimize existing building systems and reduce energy consumption. Examples of corrective measures include: Optimizing economizer and ventilation controls Improving equipment sequencing and scheduling Optimizing fans and pumps Incentives MidAmerican Energy will fund 50 percent of the express building tune-up survey or retrocommissioning study, and additional incentives are earned based on energy savings ($0.05/kWh and $0.20/therm) from implemented projects. Incentives are capped at the lesser of: n 70 percent of total study and implementation cost n $0.20/square foot of building space Building Operator Certification Building Operator Certification is a nationally recognized training and certification program focused on energy-efficient building operations and preventive maintenance procedures. BOC training provides building operators with the skills and knowledge to incorporate energy efficiency into their operations and maintenance practices to reduce energy usage and costs. MidAmerican Energy offers a maximum rebate of $650 to eligible participants ($390 for electric-only customers, $260 for natural gas-only customers). Visit for additional information. Participants in the Retrocommissioning offering are required to have one person become building-operator certified. See Building Operator Certification sidebar for additional information. How to Get Started Call and let one of our energy experts assist you with determining which service best meets your building s needs. You also can complete an online form requesting a callback from our energy experts to help you get started in enhancing the performance of your building. Visit 3

6 INDUSTRIAL PARTNERS Receive expert advice and engineering assistance to improve the energy performance of your facilities and production processes by participating in MidAmerican Energy s Industrial Partners program. Manufacturing facilities of any size may receive a no-cost, facilitywide energy assessment, fully-funded system optimization studies for qualifying industrialscale systems, recommendations for energy-saving improvements, and other services to help you reduce energy-related costs. As an Industrial Partner, you ll receive the support you need to identify energy-saving opportunities, effectively manage a long-term energy plan and achieve your energy goals. QUALIFICATIONS See general qualifications on Pages Program-specific qualifications n Custom projects and targeted system optimization must receive preapproval prior to purchase, installation or implementation to qualify for incentives. n The combination of a standard rebate and bonus incentive may not reduce the simple payback period for a project to less than one year, and the total incentive cannot exceed 80 percent of the eligible project cost. n An on-site building assessment is required prior to beginning an insulation project in order to qualify for an insulation rebate. Any improvements made prior to the assessment are ineligible. Refer to Page 7 for information about insulation rebates. Incentives n Technical assistance Free engineering assistance is provided as a service to you, including completion of a no-cost facility energy assessment to identify cost-effective energy-saving opportunities. n Implementation support If you re an energy-intensive customer, you could qualify for dedicated energy management assistance to further support your aggressive implementation goals. n System optimization You may be eligible for no-cost system optimization studies for the following minimum loads and operations: Compressed air: 250 horsepower of nonbackup compressed air capacity Industrial refrigeration: 500 horsepower of nonbackup compressor capacity Process cooling: 500 horsepower of nonbackup cooling equipment n Equipment rebates You are eligible for prescriptive and custom rebates as outlined in the nonresidential equipment programs. n Insulation rebates An on-site building assessment is required. Refer to Page 7 for details. n Enhanced incentives Bonus incentives are available when multiple projects are completed through this program. How to apply for rebates. If you have a managed customer account, contact your MidAmerican Energy key account manager for more information about the program. Whether or not you have a managed customer account, you can find out more by calling or online at 4

7 AGRIBUSINESS If you re searching for ways to lower your monthly energy bills and offset equipment costs, look no further than MidAmerican Energy s Agribusiness program. The program offers you a no-cost energy assessment to determine and prioritize energy efficiency improvements, rebates to help offset the cost to purchase energy-efficient equipment and expert technical assistance. ENERGY ASSESSMENT It all starts with a free energy assessment for your agribusiness. Schedule an energy assessment and we ll arrange for an on-site visit from an energy expert to help you identify ways to reduce your energy use and provide a report for energy-saving actions, cost estimates (including lowor no-cost suggestions), and estimates of energy-savings potential. Incentives n Direct-install measures Gain immediate cost savings. Our energy expert may install energy efficiency measures at no cost, as appropriate. n Equipment rebates Some agribusinesses are able to capture big energy savings by installing high-efficiency motors, fans and lighting. Rebates reduce the cost of equipment upgrades and make it more affordable to install energy-efficient technologies included in our prescriptive programs; refer to the equipment, lighting, motors and variable-speed drives programs in this booklet for qualifying equipment and measures. n Insulation rebates An on-site building assessment is required. Refer to Page 7 for details. Custom Equipment If specific equipment you intend to purchase and install is not listed, it may qualify under Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems. See Page 11 for qualifications and how to apply. Custom project rebate must be preapproved by MidAmerican Energy. QUALIFICATIONS See general qualifications on Pages Program-specific qualifications n Custom projects must receive preapproval prior to purchase, installation or implementation to qualify for incentives. n An on-site building assessment is required prior to beginning an insulation project in order to qualify for an insulation rebate. Any improvements made prior to the assessment are ineligible. Refer to Page 7 for information about insulation rebates. How to schedule an assessment For program details or to schedule an assessment, call

8 MULTIFAMILY HOUSING Investing in energy efficiency can add value to your properties and increase your lease occupancy rate. Lower energy bills are attractive to existing and potential tenants. ENERGY ASSESSMENT MidAmerican Energy offers a suite of energy efficiency services to address the unique needs of multifamily properties. These services include: Free energy assessments Rebates on energy-efficient equipment and materials for property owners Rebates on energy-efficient equipment and materials for tenants During the assessment, the energy expert may install basic energy efficiency improvements for tenant units and common areas at no cost. The expert will recommend energy-saving opportunities and provide information on available incentives. The expert also will create a formal assessment report for the owner or property manager that includes: Recommendations for energy-saving opportunities Cost estimates (incorporating low- or no-cost suggestions) Estimates of energy-savings potential QUALIFICATIONS See general qualifications on Pages Program-specific qualifications n Facilities must be built before Jan. 1, n The building must have four or more living units, such as: An apartment complex Condominiums n An on-site building assessment is required prior to beginning an insulation project in order to qualify for an insulation rebate. Any improvements made prior to the assessment are ineligible. Refer to Page 7 for information about insulation rebates. Note: For new construction of residential apartments/condominiums three stories or less, see the For Your Home booklet, Page 13, for additional information. For equipment placed in individual living units, see the For Your Home booklet. The program uses a comprehensive assessment approach with all living units and common areas. Assessments of individual living units will not be performed. Incentives n Direct-install measures Gain immediate cost savings. Our energy expert may install energy efficiency measures at no cost, as appropriate. n Equipment rebates Rebates for equipment also apply; refer to the equipment and lighting programs in this booklet for qualifying equipment. n Insulation rebates An on-site building assessment is required. Refer to Page 7 for details. How to schedule an assessment For program details or to schedule an assessment call MidAmerican Energy at LOW-INCOME ENERGY ASSESSMENT Additionally, MidAmerican Energy offers assistance to low-income multifamily properties, which include institutional housing and emergency shelters. Services include: Free energy assessment Free materials and installation of select measures Enhanced rebates up to 40 percent of installed cost Free professional consultation throughout contractor bidding and equipment installation For program details or to schedule an assessment for a low-income, multifamily property, call MidAmerican Energy at

9 ENERGY ASSESSMENT INSULATION DETAILS An on-site building assessment is required prior to beginning an insulation project in order to qualify for an insulation rebate. Any improvements made prior to the assessment are ineligible for rebates. The beginning R-value and building square footage determined in the building assessment will be used for the rebate calculation. To schedule an assessment, contact a representative from the appropriate program below before the project is started. n Agribusiness and Multifamily Housing n Commercial Energy Solutions n Industrial Partners Insulation MEASURE DESCRIPTION Attic/Roof/Ceiling Insulation Sidewall Insulation Lesser of [$0.03 x (R-value increase x area in square feet)] or 75% installed cost, with a cap of $0.04 per R-value change per square foot Lesser of ($ x [R-value increase x area in square feet)] or 75% installed cost, with a cap of $0.03 per R-value change per square foot n For existing building only, does not include new construction. Rebate applications must be submitted within six months of dealer invoice for the equipment/material purchased. n Insulation must meet Iowa Energy Code to receive a rebate. (see code table) IOWA ENERGY CODE Attic/Roof/Ceiling Insulation Insulated Area Insulation Above Deck Metal Building with R-5 Thermal Block Heating Zone 5 Heating Zone 5 (Group R) Heating Zone 6 Heating Zone 6 (Group R) R-25 CI R-25 CI R-30 CI R-30 CI R-19 R-11 LS R-19 R-11 LS R-25 R-11 LS R-25 R-11 LS Attic R-38 R-49 R-49 R-49 Sidewall Insulation Insulated Area Wall Section Beginning R-Value Heating Zone 5 Heating Zone 5 (Group R) Heating Zone 6 Heating Zone 6 (Group R) Mass R-2 R-11.4 CI R-13.3 CI R-13.3 CI R-15.2 CI Metal Building Metal Framed Wood Framed and Other R-0 R-13 R-13 CI R-3 R-13 R-7.5 CI R-2 R-13 R-3.8 CI or R-20 R-13 R-13 CI R-13 R-7.5 CI R-13 R-7.5 CI or R-20 R-3.8 CI R-13 R-13 CI R-13 R-7.5 CI R-13 R-7.5 CI or R-20 R-3.8 CI R-13 R-13 CI R-13 R-7.5 CI R-13 R-7.5 CI or R-20 R-3.8 CI Group R indicates buildings providing accommodations for overnight stays such as apartment buildings, hotels and motels. CI - continuous insulation LS - liner system 7 QUALIFICATIONS See general qualifications on Pages n An on-site building assessment is required prior to beginning an insulation project in order to qualify for an insulation rebate. n Program is for adding insulation to existing buildings only. n Heating energy for the building must be purchased directly from MidAmerican Energy Company. If MidAmerican Energy provides only cooling energy, rebates are not available. n The rebate amounts listed are based on heated and cooled space. Rebates for areas not cooled will be adjusted accordingly. n Rebate will be paid based on the following fuel(s) provided by MidAmerican Energy: n Heating and cooling, 100% n Heating only (nonresidential building), 70% n Heating only (multifamily building), 65% n Cooling only, ineligible for rebate n Rebates will not be paid directly to insulation contractors. n All conventional insulation materials are eligible for rebates. No additional rebate is given for more expensive alternative insulation materials such as spray foam. For Attic/Roof/Ceiling Insulation n Must have less than R-24 existing insulation to participate. n Present insulation R-value must be brought up to the current Iowa Energy Code to qualify for a rebate. No rebates for attic/roof/ceiling insulation above Iowa Energy Code. n Insulation added directly on top of suspended ceilings does not qualify. n Radiant barriers are not eligible. n Insulation is to be installed evenly and consistently throughout the attic and to not extend beyond the eaves. n Damming material should be added to prevent insulation from restricting attic ventilation from soffit vents and to keep insulation from heat sources such as flues, lighting, etc. For Sidewall Insulation n There must be no existing insulation installed to participate. n There are no rebates for sidewall insulation above Iowa Energy Code. How to apply for rebates After the assessment is complete and insulation is installed, submit the Building Assessment Details and Rebate Application form to the appropriate program contact listed on the form along with the contractor s invoices.

10 CURTAILMENT The EnergyAdvantage Curtailment program is designed to allow MidAmerican Energy s large commercial and industrial customers in Iowa to receive financial incentives for reducing peak electrical demand. The Curtailment program is designed to help manage demand for electricity June through September, typically the hottest months of the year. n Your MidAmerican Energy key account manager contacts your company to warn you of potential peak periods two to 12 hours before actual events may begin. n During curtailment events, you must reduce your company s use of electricity supplied by MidAmerican Energy by your contract amount (at least 250 kw). This reduction can be achieved by: Limiting air conditioning Reducing or shifting the operation of other equipment Using auxiliary on-site electrical generation Curtailment incentives are based on the contracted kw reduced during peak periods and are payable as rebates at the end of the peak energy season following performance analysis. Note: For residential SummerSaver SM information, see the For Your Home booklet, Page 11 for additional information. Questions about Curtailment? Contact your MidAmerican Energy key account manager, or call for additional information. You also may visit our website at 8

11 COMMERCIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION Make energy efficiency part of your next design. MidAmerican Energy s Commercial New Construction program provides complimentary energy design assistance and financial incentives to help offset the cost of implementing energy-efficient strategies. Project Prescreening To qualify, your project must be: n New construction, an addition or a major renovation with a mechanical system replacement n Early enough in the design process to implement energy analysis results n Larger than 5,000 square feet n Heated and/or cooled by a participating Iowa utility n Able to achieve savings that are at least 15 percent better than energy code baseline Note: Projects that do not qualify for the Commercial New Construction program may be eligible for Nonresidential Equipment program rebates. Incentives n Free energy design assistance Participants receive complimentary energy design assistance and a customized energy model that simulates energy use for the project demonstrating which efficiency strategies have the greatest impact and are most cost-effective. Through a series of meetings, strategies are selected by the owner and design team, with the assistance of an energy design consultant. Building systems analyzed include: Daylighting controls Building envelope Heating and cooling Outside air control Lighting controls and design Load-responsive equipment Outside air control Window glazing and layouts n Design team incentive $1,000 to $8,500, depending on project intensity and program involvement n Construction incentive $.06 - $.19 per kwh and $.60 - $1.90 per therm, increasing as energy savings percentage increases How to apply for rebates Complete the screening form at or call QUALIFICATIONS See general qualifications on Pages Program-specific qualifications n Commercial projects must be located in MidAmerican Energy Company s Iowa service territory and pass screening to qualify. n Any project that experiences a six-month delay in design prior to selecting a bundle of energyefficient strategies may require a new application and requalification under current project terms. n Project incentives cannot exceed 70 percent of total bundle incremental cost, buy down a project below a one-year simple payback, or exceed $1 million per building. 9

12 BUILDING SHELL Keep your building cool in the summer and warm in the winter by upgrading your building shell. Windows MEASURE DESCRIPTION Energy-Efficient Windows Lesser of $25/window or 80% of installed cost n Windows need to have a U-factor better than (more efficient) Iowa Energy Code to receive a rebate. Fixed pane windows are treated as per window. For instance, a window opening with four fixed panes is treated as four windows. Minimum five square feet, measured by opening size, not just glass area. (see code table) IOWA ENERGY CODE Windows Window Type Heating Zone 5 Heating Zone 5 (Group R) Heating Zone 6 Heating Zone 6 (Group R) Fixed 0.38 U-factor 0.38 U-factor 0.36 U-factor 0.36 U-factor Operable 0.45 U-factor 0.45 U-factor 0.43 U-factor 0.43 U-factor SHGC Applies to both fixed and operable windows QUALIFICATIONS See general qualifications on Pages Note: For existing building only, does not include new construction. Rebate applications must be submitted within six months of dealer invoice for the equipment/material purchased. Group R indicates buildings providing accommodations for overnight stays such as apartment buildings, hotels and motels. How to apply for rebates Download the application and include product specifications, dated invoices and installation date(s) and submit to MidAmerican Energy. Also include the NFRC labels for windows. Once the equipment is installed and your application is reviewed and approved by MidAmerican Energy, your rebate check will be issued. Allow 4-6 weeks for processing. Program-specific qualifications n Customer must submit a National Fenestration Rating Council label for each style of window with the rebate application. n The U-factor must be better (more efficient) than Iowa Energy Code to qualify for a rebate. n The SHGC must be equal to or lower than Iowa Energy Code to qualify. n Rebate will be prorated based on the type of energy purchased from MidAmerican Energy Company. Both fuels 100 percent; split is 65 percent natural gas; 35 percent electric. 10

13 NONRESIDENTIAL EQUIPMENT CUSTOM SYSTEMS Energy costs are a crucial part of the bottom line of any business. If you purchase energy for your Iowa business from MidAmerican Energy, you can save money on energy bills and conserve energy through a variety of programs and rebates. Rebates are available for qualifying lighting, heating and cooling equipment, motors, variable-speed drives, insulation, windows and kitchen equipment for commercial, institutional, industrial and agribusiness facilities served by MidAmerican Energy. How does your custom equipment and systems qualify for rebates? Technology always is changing with new and innovative high-efficiency products. If you don t see the equipment or systems you need on the following pages, you may submit a proposal to determine if they qualify under Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems. EXAMPLES OF PROJECTS THAT MAY QUALIFY: Lighting n LED lighting not included in prescriptive, such as HID equivalent >400 watts n Lighting redesign n Daylighting controls Heating and Cooling Equipment n Water-cooled chillers >299 tons n Variable air volume conversions n Heat-recovery systems n Energy management systems Motors & Variable-Speed Drives n Premium-efficient motors >200 HP when replacing an existing motor in service and built before Nov. 24, 1997 Agribusiness n Heat-recovery systems n Low-pressure irrigation systems n Stock waterers n Variable-speed drive vacuum pumps n Milk plate coolers n Scroll compressors n Ventilation control systems n Grain dryers Questions? Call MidAmerican Energy at with questions about application procedures, qualifying projects, incentives or verification procedures. Preapproval forms are available online at QUALIFICATIONS See general qualifications on Pages Program-specific qualifications n All custom systems must have a less-efficient alternative available for baseline comparison purposes. n Preapproval is required prior to purchase or installation. Projects must be completed within 12 months of preapproval. n Eligibility is based on the qualifying equipment or system s energy savings, peak demand savings, usage profile and incremental costs. n Equipment must be new. How are rebates calculated? View the Custom Project Calculation sheet at 11

14 HEATING & COOLING EQUIPMENT Invest in the energy efficiency of your business or agribusiness with short-term incentives and long-term savings. MidAmerican Energy rebates reduce the out-of-pocket costs of installing new energy-efficient equipment, which saves you money over the life of the equipment by reducing monthly energy bills and making your business environment more comfortable. QUALIFICATIONS See general qualifications on Pages Note: Rebate applications must be submitted within six months of dealer invoice for the equipment/material purchased. The rebate will be based on the rebate schedule in effect on the date of the dealer invoice for the equipment/material purchased. Rebate applications received after six months of dealer invoice will not be eligible for rebates. Program-specific qualifications n Equipment installed as a replacement unit, retrofit or in new construction is eligible. n Rebate based on actual equipment rating in Btuh at AHRI-rating conditions. To convert Btuh to tons, divide the Btuh by 12,000. For example, if you are converting 24,000 Btuh into tons, divide by 12,000. The result is 2 tons. n For water heaters, heat pumps and cooling equipment, efficiencies to be rated according to test procedures and standard rating conditions as specified in ANSI/ ASHRAE/IESNA How to apply for rebates Download the application found at and send with the product specifications, dated invoices and installation date(s). For heat pumps include AHRI standard heating capacity and efficiency (HSPF or COP) ratings. Rebates cannot exceed 70 percent of the installed cost (materials and reasonable labor). You will receive the lesser of the rebate amount or 70 percent of installed cost. HEATING Natural Gas Furnaces and Boilers - AHRI-Listed EQUIPMENT TYPE QUALIFYING EFFICIENCY Natural Gas Furnace Must be < 250 MBtuh Natural Gas Furnace Must be < 250 MBtuh Natural Gas Boiler Must be < 300 MBtuh Any boiler 300 MBtuh may qualify under Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems AFUE $17.50 x capacity of the new unit in MBtuh 0.94 AFUE and above $20 x capacity of the new unit in MBtuh AFUE $2 x capacity of the new unit in MBtuh AFUE $4 x capacity of the new unit in MBtuh 0.95 AFUE and above $6 x capacity of the new unit in MBtuh Electronically Commutated Furnace Fan Motors - AHRI-Listed EQUIPMENT TYPE QUALIFYING EFFICIENCY (per fan) Electronically Commutated CEE air handling ratio of < 0.02 $75 Furnace Fan Motor Must be a MidAmerican Energy nonresidential electric customer; must be installed on a new qualifying furnace with AFUE 92 or above; < 250 MBtu Visit find qualifying furnaces with ECM fans that have an air handling ratio less than 2 percent. Electric and Natural Gas Water Heaters - AHRI-Listed EQUIPMENT TYPE SIZE CATEGORY QUALIFYING EFFICIENCY (per water heater) Electric Storage Water Heater N/A 0.93 EF $35 Natural Gas Storage Water Heater Small 60 gallons 0.65 EF $25 Natural Gas Storage Water Heater Large > 60 gallons 0.65 EF or TE $125 Natural Gas Tankless Water Heater N/A 0.82 EF $250 For more details, view the AHRI directory at Once the measure is installed and your application is reviewed and approved by MidAmerican Energy, your rebate check will be issued. Allow 4-6 weeks for processing. 12

15 Heat Pumps - AHRI-Listed Rebates are available for equipment meeting individual or both qualifying efficiencies. EQUIPMENT TYPE Air-Source Heat Pump Small < 65 MBtuh QUALIFYING EFFICIENCY Small <65 MBtuh EQUIPMENT SEER $200 SEER $350 SEER 16 and above AND/OR $500 HSPF $150 HSPF 9 and above Btuh > 65,000 may be reviewed through Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems. Ground-Source Heat Pump $300 EER $300 EER $450 EER 25 and above AND/OR $600 COP $150 COP 4 and above $300 Use efficiency values at full-load heating and full-load cooling. Use AHRI/ISO equipment rating for units < 135,000 Btuh. ENERGY STAR Tier 3, 32 deg. F and 77 deg. F efficiencies for units > 135,000 Btuh. Ductless Minisplit Heat Pump Small <65 MBtuh SEER $200 SEER $350 SEER 16 and above AND/OR $500 HSPF $150 HSPF 9 and above $300 NEW GROUND LOOP (based on equipment capacity, not total loop tons) $300 $450 $600 $150 $300 Must heat and cool via the heat pump system. Electric resistance heat does not qualify. Btuh > 65,000 may be reviewed through Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems. Add-On Desuperheater N/A $400 per unit For more details, view the AHRI directory at N/A COOLING Central Air Conditioners - AHRI-Listed EQUIPMENT TYPE Central Air Conditioner Central Air Conditioner SIZE CATEGORY Small < 65 MBtuh Large MBtuh > 240 MBtuh May be reviewed through Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems QUALIFYING EFFICIENCY SEER SEER SEER 16 and above EER EER EER 13 and above Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners - AHRI-Listed EQUIPMENT TYPE PTAC Packaged terminal heat pumps are not eligible. Chillers - AHRI-Listed COOLING CAPACITY (BTUH) MINIMUM QUALIFYING EFFICIENCY $150 per ton $225 per ton $300 per ton $50 per ton $100 per ton $150 per ton 7,000 EER = $78 7,001 15,000 EER = per ton > 15,000 EER = 9.25 Compliance of the chiller efficiency will be in accordance with the latest AHRI standards. EQUIPMENT TYPE QUALIFYING EFFICIENCY Air-Cooled Chiller with Condenser EER 11 $100 per ton Chiller, Water-Cooled Centrifugal and Screw/Scroll > 299 tons May be reviewed through Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems < 75 tons IPLV kw/ton tons IPLV kw/ton tons IPLV kw/ton For more details, view the AHRI directory at OTHER HVAC EQUIPMENT Controls EQUIPMENT TYPE Programmable Thermostat For all heating and/or cooling sources. MidAmerican Energy must provide energy source for the programmable thermostat for which the rebate is being paid. Fans $15 per ton MidAmerican Energy must provide natural gas to the heating source at the facility for which the rebate is being paid. Electric only customers may qualify under Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems. EQUIPMENT TYPE QUALIFYING EFFICIENCY Destratification Fan High-volume, low-speed Horizontal mounted, 20-foot minimum fan diameter, VSD-controlled, no additional VSD rebate $25 $1,000 QUALIFICATIONS (CON'T) Cooling Only: n MidAmerican Energy Company will verify unit efficiencies as listed in the current and applicable AHRI standard heating capacity and efficiency (EER/SEER). n Cooling capacity, full-load efficiency rating and IPLV rating must be at standard AHRI testing conditions (AHRI Standard 550/590). n A manufacturer s specification sheet with the rated EER or SEER must accompany the application. n Ratings for air-cooled systems must be based on the installation of a new condensing unit with a new matched evaporator coil. n Chiller efficiency must exceed the minimum requirements per Iowa State Energy Code (IECC 2012). Both the full-load and IPLV minimum efficiencies shall be exceeded to fulfill the requirements as outlined in IECC n Chiller must not be a backup service unit. n IPLV ratings must account for variable-frequency drives (VFDs) installed on the chiller compressor, if applicable. n Chiller loads must be at least 80 percent comfort cooling. n Chillers must not be used for ice production during off peak hours. n Chiller capacity (tons) must be based on standard AHRI testing conditions. Custom Equipment If specific equipment you intend to purchase and install is not listed, it may qualify under Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems. See Page 11 for qualifications and how to apply. Custom project rebate must be preapproved by MidAmerican Energy.

16 LIGHTING As a business owner, you look for investments with an attractive rate of return. Energy-efficient lighting is just such an investment. As much as 40 percent of your electric bill may be just keeping the lights on. Rebates cannot exceed 70 percent of the installed cost (materials and reasonable labor). You will receive the lesser of the rebate amount, listed below or on the next page, or 70 percent of installed cost. QUALIFICATIONS See general qualifications on Pages Note: Rebate applications must be submitted within six months of dealer invoice for the equipment/material purchased. Program-specific qualifications n A minimum of 1,000 annual operating hours required. List annual operating hours on application form for equipment being installed. For additional information, visit: n n n n How to apply for rebates Download the application found at bus_forms and send with the product specifications, dated invoices and installation date(s). Linear Fluorescent Lighting (must be 800 series lamps) BULB LENGTH 2, 4 or 8 ft. REMOVED EQUIPMENT T-12 Lamp and Magnetic Ballast 4 ft. T-12 Lamp and Magnetic Ballast 4 ft. Standard T-8 Lamp Mounted Below 15 ft. 4 ft. HID Mounted 15 ft. or higher INSTALLED EQUIPMENT Standard T-8 lamp and ballast, including U-bend and 8 ft. high output T-8 lamp and ballast For existing systems only; must be 800 series. Reduced wattage T-8 lamp and ballast; including U-bend For existing systems only; must be 800 series and meet CEE reduced wattage T-8 specification. Reduced wattage T-8 lamp, including U-bend For existing systems only; must be 800 series and meet CEE reduced wattage T-8 specification. (amount per lamp installed) $12 $13.50 $3.25 T-5 high-bay $21.50 For existing systems only. For systems mounted below 15 ft., see Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems. 4 ft. HID Mounted 15 ft. or higher T-8 high-bay $8.50 For existing systems only. For systems mounted below 15 ft., see Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems. Lighting Controls EQUIPMENT Occupancy Sensor - fixture-mounted for fluorescent fixtures Must control 100 watts Occupancy Sensor - wall- or ceiling-mounted controlling > 400 watts connected fixture load Occupancy Sensor - fixture-mounted for LED fixtures replacing HID, integral or attached to the fixture (amount per item installed) $20 $35 $0.50/watt controlled Lighting Timer or Clock (commercial grade) $35 Occupancy sensors other than those listed above may qualify under Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems. See Page 9 for qualifications and how to apply. High-Efficiency Metal Halide Interior and Exterior EQUIPMENT (amount per unit installed) Metal Halide Fixtures (pulse start), new or replacement $60 Metal Halide Lamps or 360 watts, replacing 400 watts $20 14

17 LED Fixtures Interior and Exterior EQUIPMENT (amount per unit installed) Fixture sized as < 100 watts HID equivalent $50 Fixture sized as watts HID equivalent $75 Fixture sized as watts HID equivalent $100 Must be DesignLights Consortium-listed Must replace high-intensity discharge fixtures in existing buildings. New construction is eligible. Summary of accepted LED lighting fixtures: n Outdoor fixtures: outdoor pole/arm-mounted, bollards, parking garage, fuel pump canopy, landscape/accent, architectural flood and spot luminaires n Indoor fixtures: wall-wash, track or mono-point directional, high-bay, low-bay, high-bay aisle surface mounted and troffer luminaires All categories mentioned above with retrofit kits are eligible. Exit Sign < 2 watts, existing building only; replacing incandescent or fluorescent sign $50 LED Troffer and Surface Mounted Fixtures Interior Only Must be DesignLights Consortium-listed EQUIPMENT FIXTURE SIZE WATTAGE REMOVED EQUIPMENT LED Fixtures - Troffer or Surface Mounted 2' x 2' 23-42W replacing T-8 & T-12 fluorescent, retrofit or new construction 2' x 4' 31-90W replacing T-8 & T-12 fluorescent, retrofit or new construction LED Retrofit Kit for Fluorescent Troffer Fixtures 2' x 2' 22-40W replacing T-8 & T-12 fluorescent, retrofit or new construction 2' x 4' 32-67W replacing T-8 & T-12 fluorescent, retrofit or new construction (amount per unit installed) $100/fixture $125/fixture $75/kit $100/kit LED Linear Lamps Must be DesignLights Consortium-listed EQUIPMENT LED Linear Lamps replacing T-12 fluorescent, utilizing existing pin sockets, 4 ft. lamps only LED Linear Lamps replacing T-8 fluorescent, utilizing existing pin sockets, 4 ft. lamps only All others may qualify under Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems. (amount per unit installed) $30/lamp $25/lamp LED Interior Lamps Must be ENERGY STAR EQUIPMENT LED Lamps < 5 watts LED Lamps watts LED Lamps watts LED Lamps > 20 watts (amount per unit installed) $5 $7 $10 $15 All socket types. Lamps must be ENERGY STAR-qualified, replace existing incandescent or halogen lamps and may not be purchased through MidAmerican Energy's point-of-purchase program. Replacing CFLs does not qualify. LED Traffic Lights EQUIPMENT (amount per unit installed) 12 Red Ball $25 12 Green Ball $ Green Arrow $75 12 Don t Walk $25 LED retrofit fixtures for recessed can lighting are available from some retailers and electrical distributors participating in MidAmerican Energy s instant rebate point-of-purchase program and are ineligible for additional rebates. Projects using LED retrofit fixtures for recessed can lighting purchased from nonparticipating electrical distributors may be reviewed through Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems. Custom projects do require preapproval. Custom Equipment If specific equipment you intend to purchase and install is not listed, it may qualify under Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems. See Page 11 for qualifications and how to apply. Custom project rebate must be preapproved by MidAmerican Energy.

18 QUALIFICATIONS See general qualifications on Pages Note: Rebate applications must be submitted within six months of dealer invoice for the equipment/material purchased. Program-specific qualifications Motors Only: n Equipment installed as a replacement unit, retrofit or in new construction is eligible. n Rebates are available for Enhanced Ultra-Premium efficiency, 1 to 200 horsepower, three-phase general purpose motors. Enhanced Ultra- Premium efficiency motors are at least 1 NEMA efficiency band above EISA n Rebates for fractional horsepower motors are not available. n Motors for spare inventory are eligible for rebates. n Minimum of 3,000 annual operating hours. VSDs Only: n For use with fans, pumps and blowers only. n Minimum of 3,000 annual operating hours. n Must be for new installations or failed variable-speed drives with bypass capability only. Replacing a working VSD prior to failure with a new VSD is ineligible for rebates. n Must control a system or process with a variable load. n Process must be automatically controlled; manual controls do not qualify. n Single-phase variable-speed drives do not qualify. n Installations where applicable code requires a variable-speed drive do not qualify. n Mechanical-type drives or gear boxes, Eddy Current drives and magnetic coupling drives do not qualify. n Variable-speed drives installed for soft starting do not qualify. n VSDs purchased for spare inventory do not qualify. MOTORS & VARIABLE- SPEED DRIVES Take advantage of MidAmerican Energy s rebates for high-efficiency motors and variable-speed drives to help commercial, industrial and agriculture businesses with energy and bill savings. If your system doesn t always run at the same speed, neither should your motors, and adding flexibility to your production process can make a big difference in operational efficiency. A variable-speed drive connected to your electric motor regulates the motor speed and torque of the motor-driven equipment to the process requirement, resulting in reduced energy consumption. Rebates are available for VSDs installed on fans, pumps and blowers. VSDs that are integral to the equipment are not eligible for rebates separate from the equipment rebate. Rebates for motors and VSDs cannot exceed 70 percent of the installed cost (materials and reasonable labor). You will receive the lesser of the rebate amount or 70 percent of installed cost. Motor and Variable-Speed Drive Benefits n Reduced energy costs n Improved plant efficiency and load factor n Reduced maintenance costs Additional Variable-Speed Drive Benefits n Precise control of process flow and pressure n Bypass capability when required VARIABLE-SPEED DRIVES Variable-Speed Drives EQUIPMENT Variable-Speed Drives Variable-speed drives in heating, ventilating and air conditioning are not eligible if required by applicable code (ASHRAE or IECC 2012). $40 per HP of motor driven Important note before purchasing or installing a VSD: Modern variable-speed drives contain integrated protective circuitry that can shut down the drive when it senses the input voltage is too low or too high, loss of a phase (e.g., unbalance) or the motor is overloaded. The typical input voltage tolerance is /- 10 percent, but some manufacturers offer drives with wider input voltage ranges. Some variable-speed drive applications may require an Inverter Duty-rated motor, particularly if the motor will operate at very low speeds; a motor's internal cooling fan is less effective at low speeds. Work with your vendor to purchase a drive that is compatible with the power quality and motors in your facility. 16

19 MOTORS THREE-PHASE ONLY Totally Enclosed Fan-Cooled Motors HORSEPOWER SPEED IN RPM NOMINAL EFFICIENCY (available per motor) Open Drip-Proof Motors 84.0% 86.5% 84.0% 85.5% 87.5% motor not available 86.5% 87.5% motor not available 88.5% 90.2% 90.2% 90.2% 90.2% 90.2% 90.2% 92.4% 91.7% 91.7% 92.4% 91.7% 91.7% 93.0% 92.4% 92.4% 93.6% 92.4% 92.4% motor not available motor not available 92.4% 94.5% 93.6% 93.0% 94.5% 94.5% 93.6% 95.0% 94.5% 94.1% 95.8% 95.0% 94.5% 95.8% 95.0% 94.5% 95.8% 95.4% 95.4% 95.8% 95.4% 95.8% 96.2% 96.2% 95.8% 96.5% 96.2% $18.50 $18.50 $12.50 $27.75 $27.75 $37 $37 $55.50 $55.50 $37.50 $92.50 $92.50 $62.50 $ $ $93.75 $185 $185 $125 $ $ $ $370 $370 $250 $ $555 $555 $375 $740 $740 $500 $925 $925 $625 $1,110 $1,110 $750 $1, $1, $ $1,850 $1,850 $1,250 $2, $2, $1, $2,775 $2,775 $1,875 $3,700 $3,700 $2, motor not available % $ motor not available % $ motor not available % $ % $ % $1, % $1, motor not available % $2, motor not available % $3,700 When should a motor be replaced? Since electricity accounts for 95 percent of a motor s lifetime cost, choosing the most efficient motor available is appropriate before or after a motor fails, and for new installations. Custom Equipment If specific equipment you intend to purchase and install is not listed, it may qualify under Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems. More details and examples of projects that may qualify are listed on Page 11. Custom project rebate must be preapproved by MidAmerican Energy. How to apply for rebates Complete the application found at and return it to MidAmerican Energy along with product specifications, dated invoices and installation date(s). Include a motor or variable-speed drive manufacturer s specification sheet with efficiency ratings. Once equipment is installed and operating (or if motors only are purchased for spare inventory), and your application is reviewed and approved by MidAmerican Energy, your rebate check will be issued. Allow 4-6 weeks for processing.

20 COMMERCIAL KITCHEN EQUIPMENT You re really cooking with appliances that can reduce your energy bills! MidAmerican Energy s Commercial Kitchen Equipment program offers financial incentives to reduce your out-of-pocket costs. Making the switch to energy-efficient commercial kitchen equipment can save you money on your energy and water bills for years to come. Rebates cannot exceed 70 percent of the installed cost (equipment and reasonable labor). You will receive the lesser of the rebate amount listed below or 70 percent of installed cost. Commercial Refrigeration Ice Maker air-cooled remote condensing or air-cooled ice making head (ENERGY STAR ) $35 Refrigerator glass door (ENERGY STAR) $500 Refrigerator solid door (ENERGY STAR) $35 Freezer solid door (ENERGY STAR) $75 QUALIFICATIONS See general qualifications on Pages Anti-sweat heater controls for refrigerator/freezer glass doors Must be installed on all doors in the case. LED lighting for freezer/cooler case doors replacing fluorescent Must be Lighting Facts- or DesignLights Consortium-listed. LED lighting for freezer/cooler open cases replacing fluorescent Must be Lighting Facts- or DesignLights Consortium-listed. $50/door $75/case door $75/case door Note: Rebate applications must be submitted within six months of dealer invoice for the equipment/material purchased. Program-specific qualifications n For equipment that requires ENERGY STAR-certification, visit for information about qualifying commercial kitchen equipment. n Equipment installed as replacement units, retrofits or in new construction is eligible. How to apply for rebates Download the application found at and send with the product specifications, dated invoices and installation date(s). A manufacturer s specification sheet with efficiency ratings of the product(s) installed must accompany your application. Once the equipment is installed and your application is reviewed and approved by MidAmerican Energy, your rebate check will be issued. Allow 4-6 weeks for processing. Commercial Cooking Convection Oven natural gas (ENERGY STAR) $100 Conveyor Oven natural gas with thermostatic control and a cooking efficiency rating 42 percent Infrared Upright Broiler natural gas with a cooking efficiency rating 34 percent Salamander Broiler natural gas with a cooking efficiency rating 34 percent $675 $1,350 $125 Steam Cooker natural gas (ENERGY STAR) $650 Hot Food Holding Cabinet electric, full-size only (ENERGY STAR) $400 Motors ECM Display Case Fan Must replace standard efficiency shaded-pole evaporator fan motors in refrigerated display cases. High-Efficiency Evaporator Fan Motor Must replace standard efficiency shaded-pole evaporator fan motors in walk-in coolers or walk-in freezers. Demand-Controlled Ventilation for Kitchen Range Hoods ENERGY STAR; see for qualifying products. Requires temperature or optic sensors and VSD. No added VSD rebate. Custom Equipment $75 $40 $400/range hood fan HP (both fuels; $280 natural gas only; $120 electric only) If specific equipment you intend to purchase and install is not listed, it may qualify under Nonresidential Equipment Custom Systems. See Page 11 for qualifications and how to apply. Custom project rebate must be preapproved by MidAmerican Energy. 18

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