Diverse Power - Energy Efficient New Construction Rebate Programs (Georgia)
Last modified on February 12, 2015.
Financial Incentive Program
|Name||Diverse Power - Energy Efficient New Construction Rebate Programs|
|Incentive Type||Utility Rebate Program|
|Applicable Sector||Construction, Installer/Contractor, Residential|
|Eligible Technologies||Comprehensive Measures/Whole Building, Heat pumps, Heat recovery, Water Heaters, Geothermal Heat Pumps|
|Energy Category||Energy Efficiency Incentive Programs, Renewable Energy Incentive Programs|
|Amount|| Air Source Heat Pump: $100 or $400/System|
Dual Fuel Heat Pump: $100 or $300/System
|Equipment Requirements|| Electric water heater must be at least 30-gallon capacity and have dual heating elements.|
Tankless water heaters are not eligible for rebate.
|Installation Requirements||All rebate requests must be submitted for installations that have been completed for no more than three months.|
|Program Administrator||Diverse Power|
Diverse Power is a member-owned electric cooperative that provides electric service to customers in Troup, Harris, Heard, Meriwether, Muscogee and Coweta counties in Georgia. Diverse Power offers a number of rebates for new and existing homes that meet or exceed national, state and local building and energy codes and install energy-efficient measures, such as heat pumps, water heaters, and heat recovery systems. New home rebates are paid directly to the contractor unless another arrangement is made. If a new home meets Touchstone Energy Home Requirements, rebates for energy efficiency increase significantly. Rebates also increase depending on what kind of system is being replaced by the new efficient system purchase. For a complete list of the rebates available to Diverse Power customers, see the program web site above.
Diverse Power also covers rebates for existing homes; see Diverse Power's web site.
|Contact Name||Customer Service - DP|
|Address||1400 South Davis Road|
|Address 2||P.O. Box 160|
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