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1 Workshop 2012 Residential Standard Offer Program October 19, 2011

2 Residential SOP Summary Incentives Paid for kW and kWh savings Internet Application and Reporting Large Projects Project size equal or greater than $10,000 Reserves funds for program year Small Projects No minimum project size Reserves funds for 30 days First-time participants start here

3 KEY CHANGES Revised deemed savings values Duct efficiency Work schedules required for duct efficiency and infiltration measures Installation certificate required for all ceiling insulation installations First-time applicants must apply in Small Projects

4 KEY CHANGES Must have successfully participated in Small Projects to apply in Large Projects Invoices may be submitted after the 14 th of each month Residential dwellings completed after January 1, 2010 do not qualify for the program Re-defined Underserved TNC

5 5 Responsibilities of the Program Administrator, Project Sponsor and Customer

6 6 Responsibilities: Program Administrator Administer the program according to PUCT rules and guidelines Review and approve or reject applications Process Invoice Reports based on inspection results Manage programs and incentive dollars Adjust programs as needed to meet goals

7 7 Responsibilities: Project Sponsor(PS) Identify customers and measures to install Verify customer eligibility - Obtain ESI ID Explain to customer: Role of PS, AEP and customer Project sponsor & customer negotiate terms HCA – Customer protection, complaint process AEP does not provide endorsements AEP does not pay for measures Submit work schedule, if required Install and report measures

8 8 Responsibilities: Customer Must be a distribution customer of AEP ESI ID begins with: TCC …. TNC …. May be a customer of any Retail Electric Provider Customers of Municipals and Co-ops are not eligible Project sponsor & customer negotiate terms Signs and dates HCA to authorize work, and again when work complete verifying measures installed and agreeing to possible inspection

9 9 Eligible Customers and Measures

10 10 Eligible Customer Sites Residential Only Single-family Dwellings consisting of two or less units (i.e., a duplex or less) Multi-family Individually-metered are residential (each unit) Common areas and master-metered are considered commercial; not eligible Residential dwellings completed after January 1, 2010 do not qualify for the program

11 11 Eligible Measure Changes Insulation Installation certificate must be permanently affixed near attic opening Duct efficiency Additional data entry choices

12 12 Duct Efficiency Tool: New Data Entry Choices

13 13 Duct Efficiency Tool WEATHER LOCATION ZONE 1 – AMARILLO ZONE 2 – DALLAS ZONE 3 – HOUSTON ZONE 4 – CORPUS CHRISTI Determined by county; automatically populated when adding site to database BUILDING TYPE SF – ALL OR PART OF SINGLE-STORY HOME SF – ALL OF A MULTI-STORY HOME SF – UPPER FLOOR(S) OF MULTI-STORY HOME SF – LOWER FLOOR(S) OF MULTI-STORY HOME MF – TOP FLOOR DWELLING MF – LOWER FLOOR DWELLING MF – SINGLE-STORY DWELLING - new MOBILE HOME

14 14 Duct Efficiency Tool (cont.) FOUNDATION TYPE SLAB CRAWLSPACE/BASEMENT CONDITIONED SPACE CONDITIONED FLOOR AREA (SQ. FT.) ______ AIR HANDLER LOCATION ATTIC/GARAGE INTERIOR CLOSET/FURRDOWN CRAWLSPACE/BASEMENT SEMI-CONDITIONED SPACE – new (AH in closet open to unconditioned space) NUMBER OF REGISTERS _______ SYSTEM COOLING CAPACITY (TONS)

15 15 Duct Efficiency Tool (cont.) LEAKAGE CFM25 PRE-MEASURE _______ LEAKAGE CFM25 POST-MEASURE _______ LEAKAGE TESTING METHOD TOTAL LEAKAGE LEAKAGE TO OUTSIDE DUCT TYPE SHEET METAL DUCTS FLEX DUCTS OR FIBERBOARD TYPE OF HEATING GAS ELECTRIC RESISTANCE HEAT PUMP

16 16 Small vs. Large Projects

17 17 Small vs. Large Projects Small Projects Smaller project size No security deposit Funds reserved 30 days Max. PS Incentive: Per request - $5,000 Per Mth TCC - $25,000 Per Yr TCC - $150,000 Per Mth TNC - $5,000 Per Yr TNC - $20,000 Large Projects Minimum project size $10,000 5% security deposit Funds reserved to November 30, 2012 Max. PS Incentive: TCC $150,000 TNC $ 40,000

18 18 Small vs. Large (cont.) Small Projects No milestone M&V Options Deemed Savings Eligible Customers Single-Family New participants begin here Large Projects Milestone schedule M&V Options Deemed Savings Measured Savings Eligible Customers Single-Family Multi-Family

19 19 Large Projects: Security Deposit 5% of approved amount Cashiers check, Certified check, money order, or guaranteed check Refunded when 90% of contract achieved from inspection adjusted approved invoices

20 20 Large Projects: Milestones 40% of contract met by May 31, % of contract met by August 31, 2012 Failure to meet any milestone may result in contract reduction or termination

21 21 Incentive Rates

22 22 Incentive Payments kW kWh Standard Incentive Rate $242$0.08 Incentive Rates to encourage project sponsors: Installing certain historically underserved measures Installing measures in certain counties historically underserved kW kWh Underserved Measures$269$0.09 Underserved Counties$296$0.10

23 23 Underserved Measures TCC – HVAC Measures TNC – HVAC and Insulation Measures

24 24 Underserved Counties Incentives paid at underserved counties rate until budget for underserved counties depleted, then paid at Standard Rate or Underserved Measures Rate Underserved budget included as part of the total program budget: Large Small TCC$ 650,000$ 650,000 TNC$ 72,000$ 38,000

25 25 Underserved Counties - TCC ATASCOSAEDWARDSKINNEYUVALDE BEEFRIOLA SALLEVAL VERDE BROOKSGOLIADLIVE OAKWHARTON CALDWELLGONZALESMAVERICKWILSON COLORADOGUADALUPEMCMULLENZAPATA DE WITTJACKSONMEDINAZAVALA DIMMITJIM WELLSREAL DUVALKENEDYREFUGIO

26 26 Underserved Counties - TNC BAYLORCROCKETTMENARDSTEPHENS BREWSTEREDWARDSPECOSSTERLING BROWNGILLESPIEPRESIDIOSUTTON COKEIRIONREAGANUPTON COLEMANJEFF DAVISREEVES CONCHOKIMBLERUNNELS CRANEMASONSCHLEICHER

27 27 Incentive Payment Example Install HVAC measures resulting in savings of: 25 kW 55,000 kWh Incentive Payment if site is in regular county (different if in underserved county): $269/kW$0.09/kWh Total Incentive $ 11,675 before any limits

28 28 Incentive Payment Limits Load Factor Caps: For all combined kW and kWh incentive payments, incentive is limited to: $627 per kW at TCC AND TNC

29 29 How Do I Participate as a Project Sponsor?

30 30 Participation Review Program Manual and SOP Agreement Determine Project Size Determine if Large or Small Projects 1 st -time participants apply in Small Projects Register on program website Complete and review on-line application All applications must be complete and ready to submit one day prior to the program submit date. Submit application via internet Submit testing procedures, if applicable

31 31 Participation (cont.) Applications will be reviewed upon receipt Contracts will be awarded based on project sponsor qualifications, performance history, etc., to ensure program goals will be achieved with quality installations and timely reporting Once Application approved, enter into a contract with AEP to install eligible measures Refer to Program Manual and Program Website for additional information

32 32 Create Application Complete Project Sponsor Details Sponsor Profile Qualification Documents Insurance Information Subcontractor Information Project Description All fields must be completed on each form All forms not listed here

33 33 Application Schedule 1 st Day to Register TCC and TNC – October 20, 2011 Begin applications Submit applications: Large Projects TNC - November 1, 10:00 am CDT TCC – November 2, 10:00 am CDT Submit applications: Small Projects TCC/TNC – December 1, 10:00am CST

34 34 Implementation Schedule Large Projects Implementation pages open January 3, 2012 Small Projects: Reservations open January 17, 2012 Must have Approved Status to make reservation Open reservation required before begin installations ALL Must have 2012 HCAs prior to implementation

35 35 Marketing AEP will not provide marketing assistance or endorsements Use of AEP name not allowed Exception: pre-approved Informational Brochure Informational Brochure Available for download on Downloads/Tools on program website Any other materials must be pre-approved by program administrator (telemarketing, radio, , newspaper, flyers, etc.)

36 36 Identify Project Opportunities PS in Small and Large Projects must: Verify customer eligibility Obtain Original Customer signature and date on Host Customer Agreement & Acknowledgement form

37 37 Large Projects Only Obtain pre-approvals for Multi-Family Projects Site Measures Work Schedule Duct Description

38 38 Install Measures Small Projects – Reserve funds via internet Large Projects – Funds previously reserved by contract Submit work schedule for duct efficiency and infiltration measures Install measures Original Customer signature and date on Host Customer Agreement & Acknowledgement form to verify completion

39 39 Reporting and Invoicing Add Installations within 45 days of completion Monthly reporting via internet Submit Invoice Report by the last day of the month, but no earlier than the 15 th. Inaccurate reporting results in failures AEP will process inspection-adjusted invoice within 45 days in normal circumstances

40 40 Installation Inspections Random sample of measure installations Verify that number of installed measures equals number of reported measures Verify measure is installed and capable of performing its intended function with a 10 year life. Verify that measures qualify and that installation standards were followed Verify measures were reported in a timely manner

41 41 Photo Examples of Failed Measures Duct Efficiency, Infiltration, and Insulation

42 42 Duct Efficiency

43 43 Duct Efficiency (cont.)

44 44 Infiltration

45 45 Infiltration (cont.)

46 46 Infiltration (cont.)

47 47 Insulation

48 48 Insulation (cont.)

49 Reporting Issues Accurate reporting-measures reported not found HCAs and Installations done prior to application approval or open reservation Home square footage errors (tax records not always reliable) ALL signatures and dates on HCAs – customer, project sponsor, subcontractor (if applicable) Duplicate measures on invoices (review before submitting)

50 Reporting Issues (cont.) Ceiling Insulation – inaccurately reporting existing R-Value Listing a service area on application and not servicing that area Silicone sticking A/C supply registers to ceiling sheetrock and supply boot Inspection scheduling issues Homeowners expecting a Bill of Sale

51 51 Program Website Refer to for: News & Updates Latest program announcements FAQs Program Manual Program Downloads/Tools Program contact information

52 52 AEP Contact Information TCC – Jim Fowler Phone: TNC – Rhonda Fahrlender Phone:

53 53 Comments and Questions……………….


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