2015 Residential EnergyWise Incentives

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1 Norris Public Power District 606 Irving Street P.O. Box Beatrice, NE (402) Residential EnergyWise Incentives Programs Included: LED Lighting Incentive Attic Insulation Incentive Cooling System Tune-Up Incentive High Efficiency Heat Pump Incentive

2 2015 Residential LED Lighting Incentive Program Guidelines 1. Incentive is $5 per Light Emitting-Diode (LED) bulb. 2. Limit fifteen (15) incentives per account annually. 3. Customer must apply for incentive within ninety (90) days of the purchase date shown on the sales receipt. 4. Bulbs must be purchased on or after January 1, Lamps must be 9 watts or greater, ENERGY STAR lamps are recommended. 6. Copy of the sales receipt must accompany the application. 7. Incented bulbs may not be used for resale. 8. At Norris Public Power District s discretion, accounts other than residential may be eligible to participate. 9. Norris Public Power District provides incentives in the form of an account credit. 10. If you have any questions, please contact Norris Public Power District at (402) Residential LED Lighting Incentive Application Name on Account: Norris Public Power District Account Number: Address: City: State: Zip: Number of bulbs requesting incentive for: x $5 = Total incentive requested I certify the LED bulbs, for which I am claiming an incentive for are being installed in my home and in compliance with the guidelines of the program. Norris Public Power District reserves the right to verify purchase to ensure compliance. Customer s Signature: Date: Revised: January 2015

3 2015 Attic Insulation Incentive Program Guidelines The following guidelines will generally apply. Exceptions will be handled on a case by case basis. 1. This program is for the installation of attic insulation only. All other insulation installations (i.e. walls, floors, crawl spaces, foundations, etc.) do not qualify. 2. Only residential customers/owners qualify for the attic insulation energy efficiency incentives. Duplexes and multi family dwellings in which each residence is individually metered are eligible for one incentive per dwelling. Multi family dwellings that are mastermetered do not qualify. 3. To qualify, dwellings must use electricity as the primary fuel source for heating. Customers that have air source heat pumps with natural gas or propane backup furnaces do qualify. Also, existing attic insulation levels must average six (6) inches or less and six (6) inches or more or an R 19 value of new insulation must be added to the area insulated. 4. Incentives are calculated at the rate of $0.15 per square foot insulated with a maximum of $300 per dwelling. 5. New construction or additions to existing dwellings do not qualify. 6. An incentive will be provided to the person responsible for purchasing the insulation after the insulation is installed. No incentive(s) will be paid without the completion of the application form. The application form must then be signed by the owner and installing contractor (if applicable). The completed application form will then be submitted to the electric utility for processing. Sales receipt(s) or invoice(s) itemizing the new insulation indicating the type, amount and purchase date must accompany each energy efficiency incentive application. 7. The incentive payment or account credit to the person responsible for purchasing the insulation will come directly from Norris Public Power District. 8. Norris Public Power District reserves the right to complete random spot checks of installations to ensure program compliance. 9. Nebraska Public Power District will make final determination of program compliance decisions and reserves the right to cancel the program with 30 days notice. For program compliance questions or concerns, contact: Norris Public Power District (402)

4 2015 Attic Insulation Incentive Application Applications will only be processed if fully completed and signed. A receipt verifying proof of purchase must accompany this application in order to receive the rebate. Please return the completed application to Norris Public Power District, P.O. Box 399, Beatrice, NE If you have any questions, please contact us at (402) Customer Information: Name on Account: Norris Public Power District account number: Address: City: State: Zip: Phone number: Contractor Information (if applicable, or note self installed ): Name: Phone number: Address: City: State: Zip: Insulation Information: Total Attic Area (Square Feet) Total Area Insulated (Square Feet) Existing Insulation Depth (Inches) New Insulation Added (Inches) Total Depth after Installation (Inches) Type of New Insulation Primary Heating System Type (Check Only One) Primary Cooling System Type (Check Only One) Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Inches Inches Inches Loose Fit Rigid Foam Board Fiberglass Batting Other Electric Furnace Cove Heat Air Source Heat Pump Fossil Fuel Baseboard Units Geothermal Heat Pump Air Source Heat Pump Electric Furnace Heat Pump Central Air Conditioning Window Air Conditioning Other Rebate Amount (Square Feet x $0.15 = Rebate, limit $300 per dwelling) $ Area to be insulated must originally average six inches or less of insulation and add at least six inches or R 19 to the attic. To be eligible, customers must have a heat pump or electric heat (baseboard, radiant, etc.). Installations must be in compliance with program terms and conditions. Owner: Print Signature Date Contractor: Print Signature Date

5 2015 Residential Cooling System Tune Up Program Guidelines The following guidelines will generally apply. Exceptions will be handled on a case by case basis. 1. Qualifying systems include: any residential central cooling system that has been installed for at least one year, such as; Air conditioner Air source heat pump (electric or fossil fuel back up) Water source heat pump 2. The incentive payment is $ Homeowner is only eligible to apply for an incentive every three years (36 months). 4. A receipt verifying proof of tune up must accompany the application. 5. The incentive payment to the homeowner will come directly from their local electric utility. For renter/landlord situations, the party responsible for the cost of the tune up will receive the incentive. 6. All HVAC equipment must be permanently installed in a residential single family dwelling. A mobile home must be on a permanent foundation. 7. For duplexes and condominiums that are separately metered, they will be considered residential, thus requiring two separate applications. If they are master metered, they are considered multi family and not eligible. Apartments that are mastered metered, are considered multi family. 8. In those cases where two or more air conditioners or heat pumps are installed in the same house, both or all are eligible for the full incentive amount. Each requires its own application. 9. Window air conditioners, Package Terminal Air Conditioner (PTAC), and Package Terminal Heat Pumps (PTHP s) are not eligible. Only a ducted split system is eligible. 10. Program is subject to the Terms and Conditions as outlined on the application and to the General Guidelines. For program compliance questions or concerns, contact: Norris Public Power District (402)

6 2015 Residential Cooling System Tune Up Application Application Process: 1. Fill out the Customer Information section 2. Contractor fills out the rest of the application 3. Application must be signed by both the customer and the technician for processing 4. A receipt verifying proof of tune up must accompany the application 5. Submit application to Norris Public Power District, P.O. Box 399, Beatrice, NE If you have any questions, please contact Norris Public Power District at (402) Customer Information: Name on Account: Do you Own or Rent If you rent, provide the name and phone number of landlord: Norris Public Power account number: Address where tune up was conducted: City: State: Zip: I certify the tune up, for which I am claiming an incentive for was performed within the program guidelines, provided by Norris Public Power District. Customer Signature: Date: Contractor (Dealer) Information: Company Name: Date of Tune Up: Technician Name (Print): Signature: NATE ID#: Equipment Information: 1. years since last system tune up 2. years since last receiving $30 Cooling System Tune Up Incentive (only eligible to apply every 3 years) 3. Air Conditioner, Air Source Heat Pump, or Water Source Heat Pump 4. Estimated age of: Outdoor Unit (years), and Indoor United (years) Tune Up Checklist: Clean Condenser Coil Check Refrigerant Change Check Indoor Coil Check Belt/Lube Motor, if needed Blow Out Drain Line Perform Visual Inspection of System Discuss Proper Operation Discuss/Review Proper Temperature Set Back Filter Service Schedule Comments:

7 2015 Residential High Efficiency Heat Pump Incentive Program System Type Air Source Heat Pump Air Source Heat Pump Air Source Heat Pump Water or Ground Source Heat Pump 1 or 2 stage Water or Ground Source Heat Pump Variable Capacity ENERGY STAR Qualified HP Installation High Efficiency Heat Pump - Incentives Incentive Criteria Who Gets the Incentive? Incentive Amount 14 SEER, 8.2 HSPF Homeowner $ SEER, 12.5 EER, 8.5 HSPF 16+ SEER, 12.5 EER, 8.5 HSPF Homeowner $400 Homeowner $600 Any EER Homeowner $1, EER, 5.0+ COP in GLHP- Partial Load Column of AHR or ENERGY STAR Certificate For Dealer (Installation Contractor Only) Operates within 10% of Manufacturer Specifications Homeowner $1,700 Dealer $50 If a performance verification is not completed, neither homeowner or contractor will receive an incentive. OR A 2.5% loan for the heat pump system through the Nebraska Energy Office s Dollar and Energy Savings Loan Program for your new qualifying system. For more information visit, An AHRI or ENERGY STAR Certificate is required for all 14+ SEER equipment that meets the requirements in the table above. If an AHRI or ENERGY STAR Certificate is not attached to the verification form, the maximum incentive will be $100. A copy of the receipt or documentation verifying proof of purchase must accompany each application in order to receive the rebate. Qualifying Systems Include: New Construction Only eligible for the incentive from Norris Public Power District, not eligible for the 2.5% loan program. Conversions To electric heat from fossil fuel heating system. Upgrades Existing heat pump to a new heat pump. For air source heat pumps, the back-up fuel source can be either electric or fossil fuel.

8 2015 Residential High Efficiency Heat Pump Incentive Program Guidelines The following guidelines will generally apply. Exceptions will be handled on a case by case basis. 1. All HVAC equipment must be permanently installed in a residential single family dwelling. A mobile home must be on a permanent foundation. 2. Qualifying equipment is AHRI listed with an indoor and outdoor unit combination that meets the minimum requirement of 14.0 Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) and 8.2 Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF), or higher. This is the minimum efficiency level for both the homeowner and dealer (installing contractor) incentive. 3. An incentive payment will be paid to the owner of a residence after the equipment is installed, operating, and a performance verification has been submitted by the dealer. No incentive(s) will be paid without the completion of the application form, which requires that a performance verification be conducted on the system. The application form must then be signed by both the dealer (often individual (employee) who performed the verification) and the homeowner. This form will then be submitted to Norris Public Power District. 4. If the system is operating within 10% of manufacturers specifications for the test conditions, the system is assumed to be installed and operating correctly thus passes. For systems that pass, both the homeowner and the dealer are eligible for the incentive. If the system is not operating within 10% of manufacturers specifications, it does not pass, which may be the case with some existing home installations. In these situations, the homeowner is still eligible for their incentive as they chose higher efficient equipment, but the dealer is NOT eligible for their incentive. 5. The incentive to the homeowner will come directly from Norris Public Power District as a credit on their utility bill. The incentive payment to the dealer will come from Nebraska Public Power District as they will be paid once a month for the qualifying systems that have been submitted through the local electric utilities. Accompanying the check will be a report providing information about the qualifying system information, such as; customer name, address, and electric utility involved, etc. 6. Low Interest Loan For homeowners who choose this option (instead of the incentive), the program is administered through the Nebraska Energy Office Dollar and Energy Savings Loan Program. Qualifying equipment, in addition to the heat pump, can include: furnace (regardless of fuel source electric or fossil fuel), programmable thermostats and associated wiring and ductwork that may be required with the installation with the new heat pump. NOTE homes built within the last 5 years are not eligible for the low interest loan, but they are eligible for the incentive. Eligibility is dependent upon meeting the requirements of the Dollar and Energy Savings Loan Program (equipment minimums): Air source heat pump 15 SEER, 12.5 EER, and 8.5 HSPF o Back up furnace options: 1. Electric any model 2. Natural Gas or Propane 90% AFUE or more * Note must install a new heat pump for a fossil fuel furnace to be eligible for this loan. Ground Water heat pumps 16.2 EER and 3.6 COP Thermostats Heat Pumps with electric back up (furnace) must be installed with a ramp up type thermostat especially designed to bring on backup heat in stages For more information go to, (Dollar and Energy Savings Loan)

9 Performance verification with a low interest loan: Either the customer or the installing contractor can request that a performance verification be conducted on the installation. The High Efficient Heat Pump Verification application will be used to submit the results of the verification test. The application must mark low interest loan as the customer is only eligible for either the loan or incentive. If the application is completed with the verification results, signed by both the homeowner and contractor and is operating within 10% of manufacturer s specification, the contractor will be paid an incentive of $ Multifamily structures that are separately metered will be considered residential, thus requiring separate applications. If they are master metered, they are eligible for incentives under the Commercial HVAC Program. 8. New refers to new construction with new equipment. Conversion means that the primary source of heat had been a fossil fuel system. Upgrades refers to the installation of new equipment in which the system being directly replaced is currently a heat pump. 9. In those cases where combinations of two or more heat pumps are installed in the same house, both or all are eligible for the full incentive amount. The dealer is also eligible for their incentive if the system qualifies and passes. 10. To be eligible for an incentive, a cottage/cabin must be heated during the winter months of October through May. 11. If electricity is the primary source of heat for a residence, the use of solar panels, wood stove or fireplace will not affect the eligibility for an incentive payment. 12. Additions and supplemental systems are not eligible for incentive payments unless they are large enough for their own dedicated heating and cooling system. 13. Package Terminal Heat Pumps (PTHP s) are not eligible. Only split system heat pumps with a ducted supply and return system and the duct less mini splits are eligible. 14. Dealer is the term used in this document to identify the installing contractor. Most often this will be the heating and cooling contractor that performs the load calculation, sizes the system, installs it and performs the verification test. Final determination will be made by Norris Public Power District. 15. Norris Public Power District reserved the right to complete random spot checks of the performance verifications to ensure program compliance. In situations where dealers submit applications that are incorrect or fraudulent, Norris Public Power District has the right to cease participation of that dealer in any or all dealer and customer programs in the future. 16. Norris Public Power District will make final determination of program compliance decisions and reserves the right to cancel the program with 30 days notice. 17. Program is subject to the Terms and Conditions as outlined on the application and to the General Guidelines. For program compliance questions or concerns, contact: Norris Public Power District (402)

10 E EF Air Source & Water to Air -- Geothermal High Efficiency Application Retention Code G10 ATTENTION -- No incentive will be paid if the verification test is not properly completed! It is the homeowner's responsibility to ensure the contractor completes the performance testing. If you have any questions, please contact us at (402) Please return the completed application to Norris Public Power District, P.O. Box 399, Beatrice, NE Direct Incentive -OR- Low Interest Loan - Apply for one! 1. Name of HVAC Contractor: Tax ID #: Address & City: Phone Number: 2. Homeowner's Name: Electric Utility: Homeowner's Address & City: Daytime Phone: Installation Address & City*: Acct or Meter #* 3. Equipment: Tons: Mfr.: Heat Pump Model #: Furnace or Coil ID #: Air Source HP: SEER EER HSPF ; Backup Heat: Electric (kw), or Fossil Fuel (Btuh) Ground Source HP: Full Load EER COP ; or Partial Load (if Variable Capacity) EER Type of Installation: Verification Tip! Having the manufacturer's performance data, on site and at the time of verification testing, will be helpful. Test installation with hot water generator off. See Heat Pump Performance Verification Tips on for the steps below! 4. Determine CFM: (Complete section A or B) A) Total External Static Pressure (ESP) inches of W.C.; Equivalent CFM (per mfr's measured ESP) B) Airflow check - temperature rise method with electric furnace (test in emergency heat mode) 1) 2) 3) 7. Check box to signify that AHRI Certificate is attached (required for all installations) AHRI Cert. # 8. I acknowledge that this installation is in compliance with the program guidelines. Homeowner: Inspection by: Volts x Amps = Watts x = Btuh Supply Air F (minus) Return Air F = Temp. Difference (TD) F Btuh (divided by) 1.08 (divided by) (TD) F = CFM 5. Measured Heat Pump Capacity Calculation (Complete section A or B for air side)(test w/desuperheater off) A) Heating cycle (test in heat pump only mode) 1) New Construction, A/C to a Heat Pump Supply Air F (minus) Return Air F = (TD) F 2) 1.08 x (TD) F x CFM (section 4) = Btuh B) Cooling Cycle (run at least ten minutes prior to testing) 1) Return wet bulb temp. = Enthalpy ; Supply wet bulb temp. = Enthalpy 2) 4.5 x CFM (section 4) x Enthalpy Difference = Btuh 6. Quality Assurance Inspection Results: A) Measured Total CFM (section 4): Measured Heat Pump Capacity (section 5): Btuh B) Mfr's. Rated Capacity (Heating Capacity or Total Capacity): Btuh C) Difference between rated and measured capacity: (measured-rated)/rated = % Passed (within 10%) or Failed D) If failed - reason? E) HE or HR = gpm X TD X 485 (glycol) or 500 (water) = Btuh (pressure difference needed to get gpm) F) Mfr's. Rated Heat of Extraction (HE) or Heat of Rejection (HR): Btuh G) Difference between rated and measured capacity: (measured-rated)/rated = % Passed (within 10%) or Failed H) If failed - reason? Print Name Signature Date Print Name Signature Date NATE Certification # (NATE Certification is requested, but not mandatory for this application process) 9. Submit this application to your local utility for approval and processing for payment Norris Public Power District, or Existing Heat Pump to New Heat Pump Outdoor Temp: COP

11 Water to Water -- Geothermal High Efficiency Application ATTENTION -- No incentive will be paid if the verification test is not properly completed! It is the homeowner s responsibility to ensure the contractor completes the performance testing. If you have any questions, please contact us at (402) Please return the completed application to Norris Public Power District, P.O. Box 399, Beatrice, NE Direct Incentive -OR- Low Interest Loan --- Apply for one! 1. Name of HVAC Contractor: Tax ID #: Address & City: Phone Number: 2. Homeowner s Name: Electric Utility: Norris Public Power District Homeowner s Address & City: Daytime Phone: Installation Address & City*: Acct or Meter #* 3. Equipment Information: Tonnage: Equipment Mfr.: Heat Pump Model No.: Ground Source HP: EER COP Auxiliary Heat: Electric (kw) Type of Installation: New Construction, A/C to a Heat Pump, or Existing Heat Pump to New Heat Pump Verification Tip! Having the manufacturer s performance data, on site and at the time of verification testing, will be helpful. Also, test installation with hot water generator off. See Heat Pump Performance Verification Tips on for the steps below! 4. Measurements: (Measure pressure difference (DP) to determine flow rate (gpm) from manufacturer s data) A) Entering Source Temp = F Leaving Source Temp = F Source Flow Rate = gpm B) Entering Load Temp = F Leaving Load Temp = F Load Flow Rate = gpm 5. Manufacturer s Data at Conditions Measured Above: (fill in the blanks below from mfr s data) A) Rated Total Cooling (TC) = Btuh --or-- Rated Heating Capacity (HC) = Btuh B) Rated Heat of Rejection (HR) = Btuh --or-- Rated Heat of Extraction (HE) = Btuh 6. Quality Assurance Inspection Results: A) TC or HC = gpm (section 4) X TD X 485 (glycol) or 500 (water) = Btuh B) Difference between rated and measured capacity (rated-measured)/rated) = % Passed (within 10%) or Failed C) If failed - reason? D) HR or HE = gpm (section 4) X TD X 485 (glycol) or 500 (water) = Btuh E) Difference between rated and measured capacity (rated-measured)/rated) = % Passed (within 10%) or Failed F) If failed - reason? 7. Check box to signify that AHRI Certificate is attached (required for all installations) AHRI Cert. # 8. I acknowledge that this installation is in compliance with the program guidelines. Homeowner: Print Name Signature Date Inspection by: Print Name Signature Date NATE Certification # (NATE Certification is request, but not mandatory for this application process) 9. Submit this application to your local utility for approval and processing for payment Nebraska Public Power District January 2013

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