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1 COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL STANDARD OFFER PROGRAM 2013 WORKSHOP

2 WELCOME & INTRODUCTION JARRETT SIMON DIRECTOR, ENERGY EFFICIENCY LORETTA BATTLES ADMINISTRATION, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL STANDARD OFFER PROGRAMS YOLANDA SLADE PROGRAM MANAGER, STANDARD OFFER PROGRAMS

3 INTRODUCTIONS (CONT.) NEXANT TEAM JESSY SHAO DING LI KAI QIU GLEN NICOL

4 AGENDA CENTERPOINT COMMERCIAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS 2012 PROGRAM SUMMARY 2013 PROGRAM OUTLINE 2013 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS SUPPLIER DIVERSITY LIGHTING SPREADSHEET OVERVIEW Q&A DATABASE TRAINING (IF APPLICABLE)

5 CENTERPOINT ENERGY 2013 COMMERCIAL PROGRAMS

6 COMMERCIAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS ENERGY SHARE LOAD MANAGEMENT PROGRAM DAVID DZIERSKI – DEMAND RESPONSE PROGRAM FOR COMMERCIALS CUSTOMERS WITH THE ABILITY TO CURTAIL ENERGY USAGE DURING PEAK PERIODS. PROGRAM KICK OFF – NOVEMBER 5 TH, 2012 SUSTAINABLE SCHOOLS PROGRAM CHERYL BOWMAN – PROGRAM OFFERED TO PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS THAT PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS AND ACTIVITIES THAT PROMOTE ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS BEHAVIOR IN THE STAFF AND STUDENTS RESULTING IN ENERGY SAVINGS AT THE SCHOOL AND IN HOMES.

7 COMMERCIAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS (CONT.) TEXAS SCORE/CITY SMART PROGRAM CHERYL BOWMAN – OFFERED TO SCHOOL DISTRICTS K-12, HIGHER EDUCATION, CITY AND COUNTY FACILITIES IN THE CENTERPOINT ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION TERRITORY. SERVICES INCLUDE PLANNING, FINANCIAL ANALYSIS, AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT. PROGRAM KICK OFF SCHEDULED THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29 TH. OPEN TO SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND CITY OFFICIALS ONLY. ADVANCED LIGHTING CALVIN BURNHAM – AWARDS INCENTIVES TO COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERS WHO INSTALL ADVANCED, HIGH EFFICIENCY LED LIGHTING SYSTEMS FOR PARKING GARAGES, PARKING LOTS, AND OTHER OUTDOOR LIGHTING

8 COMMERCIAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS (CONT.) RETRO-COMMISSIONING PROGRAM CALVIN BURNHAM – A PROGRAM THAT PROMOTES THE TUNE-UP OF EXISTING COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS BY EVALUATING FACILITY SYSTEMS AND IMPLEMENTING LOW-COST/NO-COST MEASURES.

9 HEALTHCARE MARKET TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM TARGETING MID TO SMALL HEALTHCARE FACILITIES PROGRAM OFFERINGS: – CASH INCENTIVES FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF ELIGIBLE ENERGY CONSERVATION MEASURES – SERVICES FOR ELIGIBLE CUSTOMERS, INCLUDE: SAVINGS CALCULATIONS, ASSISTANCE WITH MEASUREMENT & VERIFICATION, ENERGY ASSESSMENTS, RECOMMENDATIONS FOR OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS, ETC. 1 ST YEAR ENROLLMENT BEGINS JANUARY 2013 PROGRAM MANAGER: CHERYL BOWMAN,

10 2012 PROGRAM SUMMARY

11 $6.2 M ORIGINAL BUDGET SOLD OUT MARCH 2012 WAITING PROJECTS FROM 2011 INCREASED INCENTIVE LEVEL AGGRESSIVE MARKETING EFFORTS 9 MW GOAL EOY TOTALS $6.3 M INCENTIVES RESERVED 12.5 MW REDUCTION 139 PROJECTS SUBMITTED 1 WAIT LIST PROJECTS – NOT ACTIVATED 94 COMPLETED PROJECTS 16 CANCELLED PROJECTS

12 MEASURE DISTRIBUTION

13 CONSTRUCTION TYPE

14 SAVINGS METHODOLOGY

15 CUSTOMER TYPE

16 2012 PROGRAM CONCERNS PROVIDE PROJECT ID NUMBER WITH ALL CORRESPONDENCE SUBMIT PA PRIOR TO CONTRACT AWARDED REQUEST FOR PRE INSPECTIONS PRIOR TO PA SUBMITTAL CONDUCT INSTALLATION PRIOR TO PA SUBMITTAL AND APPROVAL PROJECT DURATION LONGER THAN 3-6 MONTHS AGGREGATED PROJECTS WITH LESS THAN 20 KW SAVINGS CONTRIBUTION USE REPLACED LIGHTING OR COOLING EQUIPMENT IN OTHER FACILITIES

17 2013 PROGRAM OVERVIEW

18 STANDARD OFFER PROGRAM OPEN TO ALL ELIGIBLE PROVIDERS WITHIN THE CNP TERRITORY TRANSMISSION CLASS (>69KV) ARE EXCLUDED FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE ONE YEAR PAYOUT PAYMENTS TIED TO VERIFIED SAVINGS STANDARDIZED TERMS FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS RETROFIT AND NEW CONSTRUCTION MEASURES

19 PROGRAM ROLERESPONSIBILITIES PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR OVERSEE THAT PROGRAMS FOLLOW PUCT RULES ADJUST PROGRAM BUDGET AS NEEDED ENTER STANDARD AGREEMENTS WITH THE PROJECT SPONSOR REVIEW, APPROVE OR REJECT PROGRAM APPLICATIONS VERIFY AND INSPECT THAT MEASURES MEET INTENDED PURPOSE ADMINISTER INCENTIVE DOLLARS PROJECT SPONSOR IDENTIFY PROJECT OPPORTUNITIES ACCURATELY IDENTIFIES ENERGY EFFICIENCY MEASURES TO BE INSTALLED MARKETING VERIFY CUSTOMER ELIGIBILITY CUSTOMER IN CNP ELECTRIC SERVICE TERRITORY CUSTOMER DOES NOT RECEIVE TRANSMISSION CLASS SERVICE (CLASSIFIED AS INDUSTRIAL) INSTALL AND DOCUMENT ENERGY SAVINGS CUSTOMER CONTRACT WITH PROJECT SPONSOR ALLOW CNP TO CONDUCT ON-SITE INSPECTIONS INSTALL AND DOCUMENT ENERGY SAVINGS PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS ROLES

20 PROJECT SPONSOR REQUIREMENTS PROJECT SPONSORS MUST HAVE: ALL APPROPRIATE LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS EVIDENCE OF TECHNICAL AND MANAGERIAL CAPABILITIES AND EXPERIENCE EVIDENCE OF FINANCIAL CAPABILITY ADEQUATE INSURANCE REFERENCES

21 PROJECT SPONSOR MAY BE: NATIONAL OR LOCAL ENERGY SERVICE COMPANIES (ESCOS) NATIONAL OR LOCAL COMPANIES THAT PROVIDE ENERGY-RELATED SERVICES OR PRODUCTS LOCAL CONTRACTORS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DEVELOPERS DESIGN/BUILD FIRMS ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING FIRMS INDIVIDUAL COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERS

22 CUSTOMER MAY BE: ANY NON-RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER TAKING SERVICE AT A METERED POINT OF DELIVERY AT A DISTRIBUTION VOLTAGE (<69KVA) NON-PROFIT GOVERNMENT ENTITY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION MUST ALLOW PRE AND POST INSPECTION AT CUSTOMER SITE

23 PROJECT ELIGIBILITY WITHIN CENTERPOINT ENERGY ELECTRIC SERVICE TERRITORY PROVIDE ESI NUMBER, BEGINNING COMPLETE SPONSOR APPLICATION AND 5% DEPOSIT REQUIRED TO SUBMIT APPLICATION SPREADSHEET UPLOADS MUST BE COMPLETE WITHIN THE SPONSOR APPLICATION

24 PROJECT ELIGIBILITY (cont.) LARGE COMMERCIAL MINIMUM REDUCTION OF 20KW AND/OR 120,000KWH FOR SINGLE SITE PROJECT MINIMUM REDUCTION OF 50KW AND/OR 300,000KWH FOR AGGREGATED SITES PROJECT CUST MUST HAVE MINIMUM LOAD OF 100 KW AT PEAK, AGGREGATE CUST MUST REACH 250KW SMALL COMMERCIAL MAY NOT HAVE MORE THAN 100KW PEAK DEMAND AT A SINGLE SITE MAY NOT HAVE MORE THAN 250KW AGGREGATE PEAK DEMAND ALLOWS UP TO 20KW AND/OR 120,000KWH REDUCTION AT NON- RESIDENTIAL SITE

25 AGGREGATING PROJECTS SIMILAR PROJECTS SHOULD: HAVE SAME PROJECT SPONSOR INCORPORATE SAME MEASURES HAVE LIKE OCCUPANCY SCHEDULES HAVE SAME FUNCTIONAL USE HAVE SAME ENERGY CONSUMPTION PATTERNS COMMON MEASUREMENT & VERIFICATION PLAN

26 MEASURE ELIGIBILITY PRODUCES MEASURABLE PEAK DEMAND AND/OR ENERGY SAVINGS 10 YEARS PERSISTENCE PEAK DEMAND IS DEFINED AS JUNE 1 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, M – F, 1PM – 7PM DECEMBER 1 THROUGH FEBURARY 28, M – F, 6AM – 10AM and 6PM – 10PM EXCLUDING WEEKENDS AND FEDERAL HOLIDAYS PERMANENTLY INSTALLED (NO PLUG LOAD) EXCEEDS MINIMUM EFFICIENCY STANDARDS

27 EXAMPLES OF ELIGIBLE MEASURES CHILLER REPLACEMENT PACKAGED COOLING UNIT REPLACEMENT LIGHTING RETROFITS LAMP AND BALLAST MOTOR EFFICIENCY MEASURES WINDOW FILM APPLICATIONS ROOFING APPLICATIONS INDUSTRIAL PROCESS MEASURES

28 INELIGIBLE MEASURES FUEL SWITCHING TO ELECTRIC MEASURES THAT REQUIRE NO CAPITAL INVESTMENT MEASURES THAT DO NOT HAVE 10 YEARS PERSISTENCE MEASURES THAT RECEIVE INCENTIVES IN OTHER CNP PROGRAMS REDUNDANT EQUIPMENT (IE BACKUP CHILLERS) LAMP REPLACEMENTS WITHOUT THE BALLAST REMOVABLE MEASURES (IE PLUG LOAD, VENDING MACHINES) O&M MEASURES (IE AIR FILTERS)

29 PROGRAM PROCESS SECURE AN APPLICABLE PROJECT REGISTER AS A PROJECT SPONSOR COMPLETE CONTRACT DOCUMENTATION, IF NEW SPONSOR SUBMIT PROJECT APPLICATION SIGN STANDARD AGREEMENT SIGN PROJECT AUTHORIZATION FORM INSTALL PROJECT SUBMIT INSTALLATION REPORT CONDUCT MEASUREMENT & VERIFICATION SUBMIT SAVINGS REPORT

30 APPLICATION DEPOSIT APPLICATION DEPOSIT IS 5% OF REQUESTED INCENTIVE DEPOSIT MUST BE SUBMITTED BEFORE PROJECT APPLICATION CAN BE SUBMITTED DEPOSIT IS FULLY REFUNDABLE PERCENT OF ESTIMATED INCENTIVE PAYMENT RECEIVED PERCENT OF DEPOSIT REFUNDED 75%+100% 50%-74.9%50% 0%-49.9%0%

31 APPLICATION SUBMITTALS THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION MUST BE SUBMITTED AS PART OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS: PROJECT INFORMATION PROJECT DESCRIPTION SITE INFORMATION SAVINGS CALCULATION ESTIMATED COMPLETION SCHEDULE QUALIFICATION SET REFERS TO PROJECT SPONSOR SPONSOR CONTACT SHOULD THE PRIMARY CONTACT CHANGE, PROJECT SPONSOR SHOULD UPDATE

32 APPLICATION SUBMITTALS (cont.) DOCUMENTS MUST BE PROVIDED AS PART OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS: LIGHTING CUT SHEET OF THE NEW LIGHTING FIXTURE INDICATING LAMP TYPE, LAMP WATTAGE, BALLAST TYPE AND BALLAST FACTOR DISPOSAL RECORDS OF THE REMOVED EXISTING LIGHTING FIXTURES IF FLORESCENT LAMP WAS REMOVED LIGHTING LAYOUT INDICATING SQUARE FOOTAGE OF THE FACILITY CERTIFICATE OF LED FIXTURE INDICATING IT IS ENERGY STAR OR NEEP APPROVED PRODUCT COOLING MANUFACTURERS EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATION SHEET OF THE NEW COOLING EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE AT ARI STANDARD CONDITIONS CUT SHEET OF THE NEW ROOFING OR WINDOWS MATERIAL INDICATING THE INSULATION EFFICIENCY

33 APPLICATION SUBMITTALS (cont.) ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS MUST BE PROVIDED AS PART OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS IF INSTALLATION IS COMPLETED PRIOR TO PRE INSPECTION LIGHTING PHOTOS OF THE EXISTING LIGHTING FIXTURES INDICATING THE LAMP AND BALLAST TYPE DISPOSAL RECORDS INDICATING THE QUANTITY OF THE DISPOSED LAMPS AND BALLASTS DATED SALES RECEIPT/INVOICE COOLING PHOTOS OF THE EXISTING COOLING EQUIPMENT, SHOWING THE NAMEPLATE AND SERIAL # MEP DESIGN OR MECHANICAL SCHEMATIC OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM DATED SALES RECEIPT/INVOICE

34 WAITLIST IN ORDER OF WHEN THE DEPOSIT WAS SUBMITTED WHEN INCENTIVES ARE AVAILABLE, PROJECTS ON WAITLIST WILL BE ACTIVATED IN ORDER INSTALLATION MAY NOT BEGIN UNTIL THE PROJECT IS ACTIVATED AND APPROVED

35 M&V APPROACHES DEEMED SAVINGSSIMPLIFIED M&VFULL M&V BASED ON DATA FROM PAST DSM PROGRAMS AND INDUSTRY DATA BASED ON ENGINEERING CALCULATIONS USING TYPICAL EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS FOR PARTICULAR APPLICATIONS REQUIRED FOR ALL MEASURES NOT MEETING CRITERIA FOR DEEMED OR SIMPLIFIED M&V NO METERING REQUIREDREDUCE NEED FOR CERTAIN TYPES OF FIELD MONITORING BY USING STIPULATED VALUES FOR OPERATING HOURS, EQUIPMENT EFFICIENCES, ETC. USE MORE RIGOROUS APPLICATION OF END-USE METERING, REGRESSION ANALYSIS, OR COMPUTER SIMULATIONS MAY INVOLVE SPOT OR SHORT- TERM METERING AND SOMETIMES SIMPLE, LONG- TERM MONITORING GENERAL GUIDELINES AVAILABLE, BUT NEED TO BE ADAPTED TO SPECIFIC MEASURE

36 INVOICING AND PAYMENT PERFORMANCE PAYMENT BASED ON VERIFIED SAVINGS AND APPROVED SAVINGS REPORT DEEMED METHOD 100% PAYMENT AFTER INSTALLATION REPORT M&V METHOD 40% AFTER INSTALLATION REPORT 60% AFTER SAVINGS REPORT

37 RETROFIT APPLICATIONS BASELINE EQUIPMENT TYPEAPPLICABLE BASELINE STANDARD LIGHTINGTABLE OF STANDARD FIXTURE WATTAGES (BASED ON EISA 2007, EPACT 2005 AND PUCT RULE) COOLING EQUIPMENTASHRAE 90.1 EFFICIENCY STANDARD OF THE YEAR WHEN REPLACED SYSTEM IS MANUFACTURED MOTORSASHRAE 90.1M – 1995 BUILDING ENVELOPEIECC 2003

38 NEW CONSTRUCTION BASELINE EQUIPMENT TYPEAPPLICABLE BASELINE STANDARD LIGHTING EISA 2004, ENERGY STAR ® OR DLC COOLING EQUIPMENT FEDERAL STANDARD OR 2008 CITY OF HOUSTON COMMERCIAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE MOTORS BUILDING ENVELOPE

39 PROGRAM RESOURCES PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENTS PROGRAM MANUAL WORKSHOP PRESENTATION SERVICE AREA MAP PROJECT AUTHORIZATION FORM HOST CUSTOMER AGREEMENT SPEADSHEET APPLICATIONS ACTIVE PROJECT SPONSOR LISTING INFORMATION ON AVAILABLE FUNDING PROGRAM CONTACTS AND LINKS

40 2013 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

41 PROGRAM GOALS/BUDGET 2013 SAVINGS GOAL2013 INCENTIVE BUDGET 13 MW$7 MILLION ONE PROJECT SPONSOR MAY RESERVE UP TO 20% OF THE PROGRAM BUDGET

42 PROGRAM TIMELINE DECEMBER 3 RD, 2012 DATABASE OPENS FOR APPLICATIONS DEPOSIT CHECKS MAY BE ACCEPTED DECEMBER 18 TH, 2012 APPLICATION SUBMITTAL DAY BEGINS AT 10AM, FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE DEPOSIT CHECK MUST BE SUBMITTED BEFORE THIS DATE IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR SUBMITTAL DECEMBER 1 ST, 2013 PROJECTS INSTALLATION MUST BE COMPLETE COMPLETE DATABASE APPLICATIONS, POST INSPECTIONS TO FOLLOW DECEMBER 30 TH, CLOSE OUT 2013 PROGRAM ALL PENDING PROJECTS SHOULD BE IN PAYMENT PROCESS

43 CHANGES CONTINUING FOR 2013 LED PROJECTS SHALL REQUIRE AT LEAST ONE OF THE FOLLOWING PROVIDED BY PROJECT SPONSORS: ENERGY STAR © QUALIFIED DESIGN LIGHT CONSORTIUM QUALIFIED PRODUCTS LISTING PREVIOUSLY UTILITIES REVIEWED AND APPROVED LED PRODUCT STANDARD T8 BECOMES MINIMUM EFFICIENCY REQUIREMENT FOR NEW LIGHTING FIXTURE VARIOUS INCENTIVE RATE BY MEASURE TYPE Relamping is allowed with discounted incentive rate (30% of the non-LED lighting incentives) CUT SHEETS, SQUARE FOOTAGE & ALL PERTINENT DOCUMENTS ARE DUE AT THE TIME OF PROJECT SUBMITTAL RECYCLE CERTIFICATES OF LAMPS REQUIRED ON ALL LIGHTING PROJECTS

44 2013 INCENTIVE RATES MEASURE TYPE$/KW$/KWH LIGHTING – FLOURESCENT, HID, CFL LIGHTING – LED COOLING – DX UNITS COOLING – CHILLER MOTOR VFD WINDOW FILM WINDOW REPLACEMENT ROOFING OTHER MEASURES175.06

45 NEW CHANGES PROJECT APPLICATION REQUIREMENT REVIEW PROCESS BEGINS ONLY UNTIL ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED. INCENTIVES ARE NOT SECURE AT THIS MOMENT. MODIFY PA WITHIN14 CALENDAR DAYS FROM PA SUBMITTED WILL NOT AFFECT DEPOSIT MINIMUM SAVINGS REQUIREMENT 20KW AND/OR 120,000KWH FOR SINGLE SITE 50KW AND/OR 300,000KWH FOR AGGREGATED SITES LAST YEAR TO INCENTIVIZE T12 RETROFITS UPDATED DEEMED FACTORS LIGHTING – UPDATED HVAC INTERACTIVE FACTORS COOLING – UPDATED DEMAND AND ENERGY COEFFCIENTS UPDATED BASELINE EFFICIENCY STANDARD COOLING – APPLICABLE ASHRAE 90.1EFFICIENCY LEVEL ACCORDING TO YEAR OF MANUFACTURE OF THE REPLACED SYSTEM

46 GETTING STARTED REGISTER AS PROJECT SPONSOR IN ENERTREK VIA DATABASE CHECK WEBSITE AT FOR LATEST INFORMATION SEND HARD COPY OF APPLICABLE FORMS AND DEPOSIT TO: CENTERPOINT ENERGY ATTENTION: YOLANDA SLADE 1111 LOUISIANA, 9 TH FLOOR HOUSTON, TX 77002

47 SUBMIT DAY DECEMBER 18, 10:00 AM, CENTRAL TIME **IN ORDER TO SUBMIT YOUR PROJECT, CNP MUST HAVE YOUR DEPOSIT BEFORE DECEMBER 18, 2012!**

48 SUPPLIER DIVERSITY

49 SUPPLIER DIVERSITY POLICY STATEMENT CENTERPOINT ENERGY, INC. RECOGNIZES THE IMPORTANCE OF MINORITY AND WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES (MWBE) TO THE ECONOMIES OF THE NATION, THE STATE, AND THE COMMUNITIES IT SERVES, AS WELL AS THE CORPORATION ITSELF. THEREFORE, WE ARE COMMITTED TO PURSUING BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS WITH SUCH ENTERPRISES AND USING INNOVATIVE APPROACHES DESIGNED TO CONTINUALLY IMPROVE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.

50 SUPPLIER DIVERSITY CENTERPOINT ENERGY JEWEL SMITH, MANAGER OF SUPPLIER DIVERSITY (713) ; STEVE DUKES, SUPPLIER DIVERSITY COORDINATOR (713) ; HOUSTON MINORITY BUSINESS COUNCIL CONSTANCE JONES (713)271–7805; WOMENS BUSINESS ENTERPRISE ALLIANCE APRIL DAY (713)681–9232;

51 2013 LIGHTING WORKBOOK OVERVIEW

52 2013 LIGHTING WORKBOOK CHANGES INELIGIBLE FIXTURES STANDARD 4 T8S NEED CEE DESIGNATION TO QUALIFY SCREW IN CFLS ALL T12 ALL INCANDESCENT ALL MERCURY VAPOR ALL HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM STANDARD METAL HALIDE

53 2013 LIGHTING WORKBOOK ENHANCEMENTS RE-LAMP LAMP REPLACEMENT ONLY REMOVE A LINE DETECT INELIGIBLE FIXTURES

54 2013 LIGHTING WORKBOOK ENHANCEMENTS CENTRAL WATTAGE TABLE ADDITIONS SCREW IN CFLS 150 WATT 65 WATT T5HO 54 WATT 51 WATT 49 WATT 24 WATT

55 2013 LIGHTING WORKBOOK ENHANCEMENTS FIXTURE BUILDER EASY TO ENTER CUSTOM FIXTURES STANDARDIZES NAMING CONVENTION TRIGGERS CORRECT INCENTIVE IN WORKBOOK

56 DATABASE UPDATES MONITORED BY: FRONTIER & ASSOCIATES

57 REGISTER AS A NEW USER

58 REGISTRATION FORM

59 APPLICATION LANDING PAGE

60 PROGRAM APPLICATION SUMMARY

61 SUBMIT AN APPLICATION ALL APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE COMPLETE AND ACCURATE AND READY TO BE SUBMITTED SEVERAL DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROGRAM SUBMIT DATE TO ALLOW TIME FOR DEPOSITS TO BE SUBMITTED AND LOGGED.

62 SUBMIT AN APPLICATION On the designated submit day, the Submit button for that program will become active after refreshing the screen at the program submit time. For example, applications can be submitted for the CNP Commercial program Dec. 10, 2009 at 10:00 AM CST.

63 RANDOM 4 -DIGIT NUMBER 1.Enter the random 4-digit number as displayed on the screen in the box provided. 2.Click on the Submit button. This submits the application.

64 2013 EQUIPMENT SURVEYS DOWNLOAD AND USE ONLY THE UPDATED 2013 EQUIPMENT SURVEY FORMS. OLDER VERSIONS WILL NOT UPLOAD. LIGHTING SPREADSHEETS HAVE BEEN COMBINED INTO ONE SPREADSHEET.

65 ENERTREK CONTACTS KYLE CAFFEY LANI CLARK

66 QUESTIONS?

67 DRAWINGS

68 CONTACT INFORMATION YOLANDA SLADE PHONE: – CENTERPOINTENERGY.COM LORETTA BATTLES PHONE: – CENTERPOINTENERGY.COM WEBSITE:


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