Presentation on theme: "SAVE FOR TOMORROW ENERGY PLAN (STEP) REBATE PROGRAMS Kathe Doran Manager of Energy Management."— Presentation transcript:
SAVE FOR TOMORROW ENERGY PLAN (STEP) REBATE PROGRAMS Kathe Doran Manager of Energy Management
PROGRAM ENERGY REDUCTION GOALS & BUDGET MW$849M MW $12.3M $22.7M $38.1M $53.6M $71.0M$73.0M$75.3M$77.6M
High-efficiency central and room air conditioners – including Geothermal Air Flow Program Peak Saver Thermostats Home Efficiency (insulation, window film, cool roof) New Construction Refrigerator Recycling and Rebate Solar Systems (PV and Hot Water) RESIDENTIAL REBATE PROGRAMS be an energy saver
Lighting Rebates High-efficiency HVAC – including Geothermal Cool Roofs Restaurant Equipment New Construction Lean Clean Energy Demand Response – Load Curtailment Solar Systems Custom COMMERCIAL REBATE PROGRAMS be an energy saver
RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS be an energy saver For renovations of existing homes, we often hear from customers: I Dont Know What to Do! Whats Best for My Home? Where Do I Start?
BETTER BUILDINGS PROGRAM be an energy saver What should I do? How do I do it?
BETTER BUILDINGS PROGRAM be an energy saver Residential (Spring 2011) On-Line energy self-assessment tool $5 credit to your CPS Energy bill Low-cost Professional energy audits Customized report with recommended EE measures and estimated energy savings Help from the Better Business Bureau to find a certified contractor Access to Federal-stimulus backed financing options Concierge assistance with process and rebates
BETTER BUILDINGS PROGRAM be an energy saver Commercial (Spring 2011) Low-cost Professional energy audits Retro-Commissioning Evaluation of Demand Response capabilities Customized report with recommended EE measures and estimated energy savings Help from the Better Business Bureau to find a certified contractor Incentives in addition to regular STEP rebates Concierge assistance with process and rebates
STEP PROGRAM ACHIEVEMENTS be an energy saver YEAR MW GOAL MW REDUCEDBUDGET BUDGET SPENT $12.3 M$11.5 M $22.7 M$20.4 M $38.1 M? TOTALS92 MWs252.2 MWs$73.1 M Exceeded energy reduction goals and coming in under budget! STEP PROGRAMS TO DATE