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1 Dealer Road Show

2 Agenda Welcome & Safety Reminder Anna Darling 2016 Program updates and deadlines Product Managers Round Table Discussion Closing Scott Arnold

3 2016 Program Updates Effective January 1, 2016

4 Residential Programs

5 New Home Construction All projects must be pre-registered Call the NHC hotline to register and provide: Company contact information Home construction address Construction start date Estimated completion date Program builder is participating in (BOP, Tier I or Tier II) address of the builder Projects NOT pre-registered will be denied rebates Information will be used to conduct verification of field inspectors HERS raters and pre-payment (a.k.a. BOP) verifiers Random sampling of homes Non-compliance will result in denied rebates

6 New Home Construction Builder Option Package (BOP) Prescriptive option Heating, cooling and hot water heater Must meet IECC 2012 to qualify Requires SAVE equipment score(s) Submit through software and ATEC reviews Rebates For homes registered on and after $1,200 heating and cooling $900 heating only $500 cooling only Geothermal bonus

7 New Home Construction Advanced Performance Home (Tier I) HERS rating of 60 or less Must meet IECC 2012 Requires SAVE equipment score(s) Submit through software and ATEC reviews Rebates - For homes registered on and after $2,000 heating and cooling $1,580 heating only $1,020 cooling only Geothermal bonus HERS bonus

8 New Home Construction High Performance Home (Tier II) HERS rating of 55 or less Must meet IECC 2012 Requires SAVE equipment score(s) Submit through software and ATEC reviews Rebates - For homes registered on and after $2,350 heating and cooling $1,825 heating only $1,125 cooling only Geothermal bonus HERS bonus

9 Residential Prescriptive Rebates Equipment Type 2016 Update Electronic commutated motor (ECM) Air-source heat pump Geothermal heat pump Doors Motor must be installed on a new natural gas furnace that meets Alliant Energy s rebate requirements: Minimum AFUE of 94% and less than 225,000 BTUH Eliminating current lowest efficiency rating (SEER 14.5/EER 12/HSPF 8.2) Adding high efficiency rated units (SEER 18/EER 13/HSPF 10) $800 rebate Claim form will allow customer and/or contractor to distinguish if system is open loop or closed loop. Discontinued

10 Residential Energy Assessments Direct Installs Hand Held Shower Heads Replacing CFLs with LEDs Air Sealing qualifications Elimination of Hot water heater wraps

11 Residential Energy Assessments Program Qualification Customer Cost and Bonus Incentive Basic Energy Assessment Basic Electric-Only Energy Assessment Comprehensive Energy Assessment Includes blower door testing, duct blaster and thermal imaging Comprehensive Electric- Only Assessment Includes blower door testing, duct blaster and thermal imaging Home built before 1/1/2006 Primary heating fuel delivered by Alliant Energy Home built before 1/1/2006 Electric delivered by Alliant Energy Home built before 1/1/2006 Primary heating fuel delivered by Alliant Energy Free No bonus incentive Free No bonus incentive $100 customer co-pay $100 bonus incentive install at least two measures from top three recommendations The energy expert may install one or more of the following items: Home A clock built programmable before 1/1/2006 thermostat A water C Electric delivered by Alliant Energy $100 customer co-pay $100 bonus incentive - install at least two measures from top three recommendations

12 Residential Insulation Qualifications: Home Energy Assessment required Insulation measures based on assessment recommendations Home must be built before January 1, 2006 Heating or cooling energy from Alliant Energy Insulation locations: ceiling, foundation, wall, attic, rim/band joist Insulation types: blown-in loose-fill, blanket rolls, batt and spray foam Rebate: 70% of total cost with a $750 maximum rebate Insulation rebate amounts are calculated based on the cost per R-value per square foot of conventional insulation materials. Should the customer select an alternative, more expensive insulation material such as spray foam; their rebate will be calculated based on conventional materials for the same space. Infiltration Reduction: Caulking Weather Stripping Lighting Fixture Sealing Duct Sealing an additional $250 maximum rebate (up to 70%) Rebate: 70% of installed cost with a $250 maximum rebate

13 Residential HVAC SAVE Requirement Beginning January 1, 2014, all residential HVAC systems (new installations and retrofits) must be installed by a SAVE certified contractor for the customer to be eligible for a rebate and dealer to receive the incentive. Deadline for Air Conditioners SAVE reports installed between January 1, 2015 and December 31, 2015 is September 30, 2016.

14 Business Programs

15 Rebates ending December 31, 2015 Exterior doors

16 Lighting rebates Small Business Energy Solutions Lighting Program pays up to 75% of total project cost Continues the same as 2015 CFLs and LEDs Must be ENERGY STAR or DesignLights Consortium (DLC) qualified Exception: T8 linear fluorescent replacement fixtures Minimum rated lamp hours = 24,000 Minimum lumens per watt = 90 Rebate =.30 per watt reduced All rebates Limited to 50% of purchase price Existing buildings only

17 Natural gas boiler pipe insulation For pipes that transfer hot water, high- or low-pressure steam Minimum pipe diameter 1 inch Minimum of 1 inch insulation added to existing bare steel or copper pipe Rebate: $2/linear foot Dealer incentive: $0.40/linear foot

18 Water heating Indoor swimming pool/spa/hot tub cover Same rebate as outdoor units Pool $0.50/square foot Spa $7.00/square foot Dealer incentive Pool $0.10/square foot Spa/hot tub $1.40/square foot

19 Water heating Natural gas tank type Minimum 40 gallons NEW-Maximum 55 gallons Rebate = $70

20 Food Service Pre-rinse sprayer Flow rate must be 1.28 gallons per minute Rebate: $40 Dealer incentive: $8

21 Refrigeration Walk-in refrigerator/freezer Automatic door closer Rebate: $100 Dealer incentive: $20 Tuneups for self-contained units Rebate: $50 Dealer incentive: not applicable Reach-in refrigerated LED case light occupancy sensor Rebate: $30 Dealer incentive: $6

22 2016 business insulation program update Removing $5,000 rebate cap Everything else remains the same Customer must have an energy assessment prior to installation Rebate is 70% of installed cost per location, as calculated and listed in the assessment report Roof/ceiling/attic Sidewall Rim joist Foundation Must receive primary heating energy from Alliant Energy

23 NEW business rebates for 2016 Equipment Rebate Amount Requirements Walk-in refrigerator/freezer automatic door closers $100/unit Must be able to firmly close the door when it is within one inch of full closure. Door must have a minimum perimeter of 16 feet. Tune ups for self-contained refrigeration units Occupancy sensors for LED lighting in reach-in refrigerated cases $50/unit Tuneup is defined as work performed to regain or maintain optimal and efficient operation. Tuneup service provided by internal staff is not eligible for incentives. Rebate is available once per calendar year per piece of equipment. Labor only. Parts, taxes and truck charges are not eligible for rebate. $30 per sensor Eligible only for lighting on see-through doors equipped on enclosed reach-in cases. Must reduce lighting load to 20% or less when unoccupied. Existing timers must continue to be used after installation of motion sensor Pre-rinse sprayer $40/unit Flow rate must be less than or equal to 1.28 gpm. Natural gas boiler pipe insulation $2/linear foot The pipes must transfer hot water, low-pressure or highpressure steam directly from gas-fired equipment. Minimum qualifying pipe diameter is 1/2. A minimum of 1 of pipe insulation must be added to existing bare steel or copper pipe. Indoor pool, spa/hot tub cover Pool: $0.50/sq ft Spa: $7.00/sq ft Pool/hot tub must be a non-residential use

24 Agriculture Programs

25 Ag Specific Lighting NEW Eligible Ag LEDs Poultry light bulbs 8 watt & 12 watt Poultry Fixtures 8 watt Dairy Barn fixture 180 watt Swine fixtures 14 watt Swine ENERGY STAR fixture 14 watt

26 Grain Dryers Addition of two prescriptive rebate tiers 2,000 and > 3,500 bushels/hr Rebate: $5,500/unit incentive: $1,100/unit 3,500 and 5,000 bushels/hr Rebate: $8,500/unit incentive: $1,700/unit Grain Dryers rated higher than 5,000 bushels/hr or with gas savings must use Custom Rebate Program and must be pre-approved

27 Aeration Fan Controls Now available as a Prescriptive Rebate Bin Eave Heights between feet Bin Diameter between feet Anything larger remains in Custom Rebate program Rebate will depend upon bushel volume Rebate details will be available January 1, 2016

28 Heat Lamps Qualification minimum is now 125 watt Eligibility: Only two lamps per crate Replacement only once per year

29 Other Agriculture Programs Custom Rebates Heat lamp setback systems Large lighting projects Free Farm Energy Assessments Large New Construction Projects

30 2016 Builder Training: The Next Level $75 fee (customers) includes: meals, 2012/2015 codebook or Lstibureks Builder s Guide to Cold Climates, reference binder Topics include: High Performance walls and exterior insulation, HERS benefits, utility/energy relationship, Long Lasting and Healthy Finished Basements, duct sealing and testing, Connected Homes, mechanical ventilation, Remodeling, IECC 2012/2015, NHC rebate information and an open forum/solution track Ideal for builders, subcontractors (e.g. HVAC, framers, plumbers, electricians), HERS raters, energy code officials, Realtors, lenders and appraisers CEUs are available in Call: Online: alliantenergy.com/buildertraining Space is limited to 150 people per session

31 2015 Rebate Claims Reminder 2015 rebate claim forms must be received by January 31, 2016 alliantenergy.com/rebates alliantenergy.com/forms

32 Round Table Discussion

33 THANK YOU!

34 Contact Presentation available at alliantenergy.com/econnections Scott Arnold Trade Account Manager

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