Power SaverTM Program Saving Energy Together
This rebate category requires the issuance of a Letter of Intent. No rebate will be
processed under this category without a LOI being issued.
An analytical estimate of the energy and demand reduction must be made at the time
of rebate application. The estimate shall be accompanied by equipment product
literature as well as an explanation of the project and supporting calculation
All program guidelines apply to this category as well as the specific ones listed here.
If there is a conflict, the more stringent of the guidelines apply.
Renovations or changes of space use will default to the applicable IECC code
baselines as determined by AE.
The Rebate is limited to 50% of the incremental cost over baseline.
The base line from which savings are calculated from is set based on:
a. Code minimum requirements.
b. Documented industry minimum efficiencies for like equipment.
c. Estimated loading or defaults as determined by AE.
d. New functionally identical equipment that is less efficient.
Equipment that has failed or exceeded 50% life cannot be used as a baseline.
If a lower efficiency piece of equipment performing the same function can not be
identified, no baseline can be established.
Power Measurements of any kind cannot be a basis of rebate. Field observations will
be use to verify assumptions and document operating conditions.
The same amount of work, production, and end use/product must be performed.
Downsizing production or the removing of equipment or eliminated processes are not
eligible for rebate funding.
The efficiency of the process must increase such as improvements in kw/scfm or
Savings cannot result from a set point adjustment such as an air pressure change or
temperature change. These changes, if occurring, must be factored out of the rebate.
13. Demand impacts will be calculated using