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1 Clean Energy Incentive Programs Connecticut Summary Dave Ljungquist Associate Director, Project Development March 23, 2010

2 Connecticut Clean Energy Fund Created in 1998, launched in 2000 Mission: The CCEF promotes, develops and invests in clean energy sources for the benefit of Connecticut ratepayers Funding: Originally - surcharge on electric utility bills ~ $28 million/year New American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009 ~ $20 million over next 24 months 3

3 CCEF Goals 1. Create a supply of clean energy (installed capacity) 2. Foster the growth, development and commercialization of clean energy technologies 3. Stimulate use of clean energy by increasing public awareness and demand

4 Clean Energy Technologies -- Present Solar PV Biomass Landfill Gas Wind Wave/Tidal Fuel Cells Hydro Click here for more information.

5 Clean Energy Technologies - New Ground-Source Heat Pump (Geothermal) Launched in January, 2010 Solar Thermal Launched in October, 2009

6 CCEF Incentive Programs On-Site Distributed Generation Program (Commercial): Fuel Cells On-site Renewable Dist. Gen. (OSDG) $8 million ARRA, $11.8 million CCEF (all commercial) Solar PV Commercial Programs (OSDG) For-profit grants - $4.2 million CCEF NFP grants - $6.5 million CCEF, $1.5 million ARRA No new applications being accepted Backlog of commercial applications will likely exhaust funding by 6/30/2010 Wind, hydro, other (OSDG) $660,000 CCEF Likely to last through h fiscal year (6/30/2010) 3

7 CCEF Incentive Programs - Continued Photovoltaic Programs (Residential): Solar PV Residential Programs Residential rebate - $1.5 million ARRA, $0.76 million CCEF Residential lease - $0.0 million (no longer accepting applications) Both will exhaust funds by early Spring 3

8 CCEF Incentive Programs - Continued Two New Programs: Solar Thermal (Domestic Hot Water) Launched in October Residential rebate - $1.8 million ARRA ($1.72 million left) Commercial rebate - $1.8 million ARRA ($1.3 million left) Geothermal Ground Source Heat Pumps Launched in January Residential rebate - $2.25 million ARRA ($2.05 million left) Commercial rebate - $2.25 million ARRA ($2.25 million left) Incentives will be combined with CEEF program 3

9 OSDG Program Fuel Cell (Commercial) Projects up to 2,000 kilowatts Incentive cap = $2.50 per Watt Incentive limited to site s annual usage Pays approx % of total system cost Benefits: Stabilize a portion of electric bill Reduce greenhouse gas emissions Can provide emergency power and heat Yale Peabody Museum Limitations: Site must have a minimum 300 kw base load Site must tbe able to use at tleast t50% of f waste heat Must have access to natural gas service Middletown High School

10 OSDG Program Fuel Cell Results Average Current Status # Projects kw AC System Size kw AC Project Cost Cost/kW AC Incentive Amount Incentive $/kw AC COMPLETED 10 3, $20,603,453 $6,439 $14,824,500 $4,633 APPROVED 6 4, $26,791,090 $5,581 $8,736,414 $1,820 GRAND TOTAL 16 8, $47,394,543 $5,924 $23,560,914 $2,945 Cumulative Annual Approvals (calendar year) # Projects kw AC Average System Size Incentive kw AC Project Cost Cost/kW AC Amount Incentive $/kw AC $3,782,000 $8,404 $3,000,000 $6, , $10,762, $8,278 $8,187,000 $6, , $10,762,000 $8,278 $8,187,000 $6, , $10,762,000 $8,278 $8,187,000 $6, , $10,762,000 $8,278 $8,187,000 $6, , $10,762,000, $8,278 $8,187,000, $6, , $19,023,453 $6,560 $13,574,500 $4, , $24,257,453 $6,384 $16,422,500 $4, , $47,394,543 $5,924 $23,560,914 $2,945

11 OSDG Program Solar PV (Commercial) Projects up to 200 kilowatts For-profit: Up to $3.00 per Watt PTC for 1 st 100 kw Up to $2.00 per Watt PTC for next 100 kw Not-for-profit: Up to $4.50 per Watt PTC for 1 st 100 kw Up to $4.00 per Watt PTC for next 100 kw Incented size limited to site s peak demand Pays approx % of total t system cost Benefits: Stabilize/reduce a portion of electric bill Reduce greenhouse gas emissions Limitations: Siting (South facing, tilted, little or no shading) Ticket Software Avon Old Farms School

12 OSDG Program Commercial PV Results Current Status # Projects kw AC Average System Size kw AC Project Cost Cost/kW AC Incentive Amount Incentive $/kw AC COMPLETED , $107,341,709 $9,869 $56,116,689 $5,159 APPROVED 43 3, $34,897,345 $9,447 $17,356,034 $4,698 GRAND TOTAL , $142,239,054 $9,762 $73,472,723 $5,042 Cumulative Annual Approvals (calendar year) # Projects kw AC Average System Size Incentive kw AC Project Cost Cost/kW AC Amount Incentive $/kw AC $319,000 $17,818 $140,000 $7, $319,000 $17,818 $140,000 $7, $398,000 $15,284 $182,000 $6, $2,539,000 $10,875 $1,422,828 $6, $3,893,000 $10,425 $2,171,161 $5, $8,800,841 $10,061 $4,773,891 $5, , $40,566,095 $9,877 $22,174,666 $5, , $124,599,132 $9,939 $64,319,370 $5, , $140,847,366 $9,803 $72,628,011 $5, , $142,239,054 $9,762 $73,472,723 $5,042

13 Small Solar PV Rebate Program (Res.) Up-front grant subsidizes purchase by homeowner Up to $15,000 in incentives per project Projects incented up to 10 kilowatts Up to $1.75 per Watt PTC for 1 st five kw Up to $1.25 per Watt PTC for next five kw Incented size limited to site s peak demand Must use listed installer Pays approx. 30% of total system cost Benefits: Good solar resources in CT Easy to site Stabilize a portion of electric bill Reduce greenhouse gas emissions Click here for more information.

14 Small Solar PV Rebate Program - Results Average Current Status # Projects kw AC System Size kw AC Project Cost Cost/kW AC Incentive Amount Incentive $/kw AC COMPLETED 855 3, $42,408,420 $10,748 $20,162,671 $5,110 APPROVED $4,493,999 $9,641 $1,652,700 $3,546 GRAND TOTAL 956 4, $46,902,419 $10,631 $21,815,370 $4,945 Cumulative Annual Approvals Average System Size Incentive Incentive (calendar year) # Projects kw AC kw AC Project Cost Cost/kW AC Amount $/kw AC $109,258 $11,109 $54,916 $5, $2,301,217 $10,527 $1,278,294 $5, $6,616,447 $10,976 $3,430,102 $5, , $17,359,198 $11,135 $8,596,946 $5, , $42,464,729 $10,797 $20,767,994 $5, , $46,379,377 $10,662 $21,688,874 $4, , $46,902,419 $10,631 $21,815,370 $4,945 Click here for more information.

15 CT Solar Lease Program (residential) Zero down payment with low fixed payments Payments less than $110.00/month with typical 5 kw system 15-year lease with option to extend for another 5 years at lower monthly cost, or purchase system outright, or have it removed For homeowner customers of CL&P and UI who: Install qualifying Solar PV systems Reside in their 1 to 4 family owner-occupied homes Have a household income of 200% or less of their area s median income Meet the credit and debt to income qualifications of the program CT Solar Leasing, LLC owns the RECs and sets aside for each system owner a portion of REC sale proceeds to use for certain costs

16 CT Solar Lease Program - Results Average System Size kw AC Project Cost Cost/kW AC Incentive Amount Incentive $/kw AC COMPLETED 243 1, $13,846,757 $7,258,130 APPROVED $9,180,335 $9,574 $4,994,215 $5,208 GRAND TOTAL 413 2, $23,027,093 $9,925 $12,252,345 $5,281 Cumulative Annual Approvals Average System Size Incentive Incentive (calendar year) # Projects kw AC kw AC Project Cost Cost/kW AC Amount $/kw AC $799,471 $10,256 $406,487 $5, , $22,932,988 $9,924 $12,205,243 $5, , $23,027, $9, $12,252, $5,281

17 OSDG Program Wind Up to $4,000,000 in incentives Projects up to 2,000 kilowatts Up to $3.60 per Watt (most are much lower) Incented size limited to site s peak demand Pays 20-50% of total system cost Benefits: Stabilize a portion of electric bill Reduce greenhouse gas emissions Can provide emergency power w/ battery backup Limitations: Generation is unpredictable and variable Must have adequate wind resource (12 mph average) Zoning restrictions may prevent siting Wind resources in CT are limited (fair on coastline and some ridgelines)

18 CCEF Solar Thermal (New Program) Use sunlight to heat domestic hot water Typical System Components: Solar collectors (flat plate or evacuated tube) Water tank Rack, plumbing, valves, pumps, etc. System Considerations: Demand for DHW (showers, cafeteria) Demand for process water (comm l sites) Building usage (daily, seasonal) Size to meet 50-70% of DHW needs Pressurized Closed Loop Drainback System

19 CCEF Solar Thermal Program Federal: ARRA State Energy Program (SEP) $1.8M for residential projects $1.8M for commercial/industrial/ institutional projects $0.4 for administration Incentives: Residential and for-profit CI&I -- $500 per MMBtu of October-March system output Not-for-profit -- $900 per MMBtu of Oct-Mar output Typically covers 20 30% of cost Maximum incentive limits: CI&I for-profit - $50,000 Not-for-profit and governmental - $82,500 Open to all Connecticut applicants 19

20 CCEF Solar Thermal Program Results to date: Approved Res. Projects: 36 for a total of about $83,400 Approved Com. Projects: 10 for a total of $500,000 Eligible Installers: 14 Provisional Installers: 10 About 6 solar thermal system installations have been completed 20

21 Geothermal Heat Pumps (New Program) Use constant temperature of earth to provide heating, cooling and dehumidification Typical System Components: Underground pipe loops Indoor heat pump unit Air-handling system System Considerations: Subsurface conditions (rocky v. sandy) Height of water table Building structure & insulation Each 1,000 sf requires 1-2 tons Estimated cost: $6K-$10K$10K per ton

22 CCEF Geothermal Heat Pump Program Federal: ARRA State Energy Program (SEP) $2.25M for residential projects $2.25M for commercial/industrial/institutional projects $0.5 for administration Incentives: Residential (new construction) -- $1,200 per ton of air-conditioning capacity Residential (retrofits of existing building) -- $2,000 per ton CI&I for-profit -- $1,200 per ton CI&I not-for-profit -- $2,000 per ton Covers about 20 30% of cost Maximum incentive limits: Residential 6 tons CI&I 100 tons (150 tons for schools) Open to all Connecticut applicants 22

23 CCEF Geothermal Heat Pump Program Results to date: Approved Res. Projects: 25 for a total of about $197,000 Approved Com. Projects: 2 pending contractor approval Eligible Installers: 13 Provisional Installers: 3 Pending Installers: 16 No geothermal system installations are completed 23

24 CCEF Overall Results to Date GRAND TOTAL: OSDG & Residential Programs Total of All Projects STATUS AS OF FEBRUARY 28, 2010 Average # System Size Incentive Incentive Current Status Projects kwac kwac Project Cost Cost/kWAC Amount $/kwac COMPLETED 1,229 19, $184,200,340 $9,503 $98,361,990 $5,074 APPROVED , $76,131,553 $7,531 $33,114,768 $3,276 GRAND TOTAL 1,552 29, $260,331,893 $8,827 $131,476,758 $4,458

25 The Application Process See our website!!

26 The Application Process Non-competitive (first come, first served) Information and application forms are on-line Process steps include: Application evaluation by staff Calculation of the incentive amount Approval of the incentive (staff or CCEF Board) Notification of incentive award Verification of successful installation Payment of incentive! See our website!!

27 What s the Future Hold? State Funds May be able to keep current funding ($28 million/year) Residential PV programs will probably continue No more commercial PV grant program; CCEF pushing for Solar REC program like New Jersey s s Fuel cell program will continue Wind/hydro/biomass will continue or grow Feasibility study funding will likely increase Competitive Request for Proposals? Federal Funds Got $20 million, to be used by April, 2012 (as discussed) Nothing more forecast Hope that future federal programs provide long-term funding Click here for more information. 27

28 Clean Energy Communities Program Steps: Commit to 20% by 2010 Campaign Commit to EPA Community Energy Challenge Households and businesses support clean energy through: CTCleanEnergyOptions sign-ups Installation of clean energy systems Reward: Earn clean energy systems Solar PV Solar Thermal Wind Click here for more information.

29 Communities Solar PV Opportunities Each 100 points earns 1 kw of solar PV (or equivalent value technology ) Minimum 4 kw installation Bonus kw for achieving milestones Option to purchase additional kw Limited grants available for towns to enhance earned kw Towns may use block grants to purchase additional kw Benefit from economies of scale Common Ground High School - New Haven

30 Other Sources of Funds Connecticut: Federal/Other States:

31 Program Contacts Dave Ljungquist: Rick Ross: (fuel cells) Christin Cifaldi: (solar photovoltaic) Bill Colonis: (solar thermal, geothermal) Connecticut Clean Energy Fund 200 Corporate Place, 3rd Floor Rocky Hill, CT

32 Community Programs Contacts Bob Wall: Jillian Carbone: Connecticut Clean Energy Fund 200 Corporate Place, 3rd Floor Rocky Hill, CT ools/tabid/104/default.aspx

33 Visit us online at ctcleanenergy.comcom

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