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Progress Energy Florida - Commercial Energy Efficiency Rebate Program   

Last DSIRE Review: 08/15/2012
Program Overview:
State: Florida
Incentive Type: Utility Rebate Program
Eligible Efficiency Technologies: Lighting, Chillers , Heat pumps, Central Air conditioners, Heat recovery, Compressed air, Energy Mgmt. Systems/Building Controls, Duct/Air sealing, Building Insulation, Windows, Roofs, Motors, Thermal Energy Storage (TES), Demand Controlled Ventilation, High Efficiency Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV), LED Lighting, Cool Roof
Applicable Sectors: Commercial
Amount:Unitary AC/Heat Pumps: $67 - $991 per system
Water/Air Cooled Chillers: $300 - $2250 per system
Heat Pump: $85 - $350 per system
Thermal Energy Storage: $300/kW of reduced cooling load at peak times
Demand Controlled Ventilation: $50/ton
Ducts: Half of duct check cost and up to $150/unit repaired
High-Efficiency Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV) Unit: $1/CFM
HVAC Recommissioning: $15/ton
HVAC Steam Cleaning: $1,500
Lighting: $1 - $5 per fixture
Lighting Sensors: $10 - $20 per fixture
Motors: $5 - $375 depending on HP
Efficient Compressed Air Systems: up to $1,350
Window Film or Solar Screen: $0.75/sq. ft. up to $55 per room
Roof Insulation Upgrade: $0.07/sq. ft. up to $15,000 (R-30 = $100)
Cool Roof: $0.10/sq. ft.
Ceiling Insulation Upgrade: Up to $100
Cool Roof: $0.10/sq. ft.
Maximum Incentive:HVAC: $150 per kWh and $75,000
Ceiling Insulation Upgrade: Starting insulation of <12
Energy Recovery and Insulation: $15,000 per building
Incentives are based on a $50/kW reduction in energy use.
Solar Screen/Window Film: $55/room for multi-room facilities
Equipment Requirements:See program brochures for more information on equipment requirements
Installation Requirements:HVAC: All measures must have been recommended during a Business Energy Check
Expiration Date:12/31/2013
Web Site: https://www.progress-energy.com/florida/business/save-energy-mone...
Summary:

Progress Energy Florida offers an incentive to its business customers for replacing their old equipment with high-efficiency models. Rebates are available for HVAC equipment including heat pumps and air conditioners, packaged terminal heat pumps, and water-cooled and air-cooled chillers. Rebates are also provided for improvements related to HVAC systems, including duct testing, demand control ventilation, high efficiency energy recovery ventilation, HVAC steam cleaning, and rooftop unit recommissioning. Efficient lighting, efficient compressed air systems and efficient motors are also eligible under this program. The cool roof product must have a solar reflectance greater than 0.70, and must be an Energy Star® labeled roof product based on ASTM E-903 or ASTM C-1549 testing. Building envelope improvements like ceiling insulation, window film, and a variety of products and approaches meant to reduce the amount of heat transferred from a building can be applied to both retrofits and new construction projects. Upon request, Progress Energy Florida will provide a free Business Energy Check to determine if the facility is eligible for the incentive. Eligible facilities will earn a per-square-foot incentive based on the type of material used. Additional restrictions apply. Interested customers should refer to the program website and related brochures for more details including incentive levels and equipment requirements.


 
Contact:
  Progress Energy Florida
Small/Medium Business Customer Service
PO Box 1551
Raleigh, NC 27602
Phone: (877) 372-8477
Web Site: https://www.progress-energy.com/
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