Presentation on theme: "Grow your business with Dominion Power and Good Cents"— Presentation transcript:
1Grow your business with Dominion Power and Good Cents Energy Conservation Plans 2010 through 2013Grow your business withDominion Power and Good Cents
2Energy Conservation Programs with Dominion PowerPrograms Launched Beginning of May 2010Good Cents awarded multi-year contract to market and implement savings.ResidentialSmart Cooling Rewards (AC Cycling Device)Residential Lighting (In store CFL Discount)Home Energy Improvements (Audits and weatherization for select neighborhoods)CommercialHVAC Rewards (Rebates for upgrades)Lighting Rewards (Rebates for upgrades)
3Residential Energy Conservation Programs with Dominion PowerSmart Cooling Rewards (AC Cycling Device)Residential Lighting (In store CFL Discount)Home Energy Improvements (Audits and weatherization for select neighborhoods)
4Who is Good Cents®?Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia with over 30 years of experience in demand response, energy efficiency, load research, and new home programsImplemented Energy Conservation Pilots with Dominion Virginia PowerRichmond, Virginia office supports the Dominion Virginia Power programsProvides demand response and energy efficiency programs with IOUs, Cooperatives, and Municipals across North AmericaContract with Dominion Virginia Power will bring over 60 jobs to Virginia
5Commercial HVAC/Lighting Rewards Rebates help offset the incremental cost of installing higher than minimum efficiency equipmentRebates are only available to Dominion Virginia Power customers in VirginiaInstallations can be performed by a participating contractor or self installed.Contractor or Building owner can receive the rebate4/13/2017
8The SubtletiesFederal account rebates are available 3 quarters a year.Applications are required to be received no less than 90 days from the completion of the job.Ongoing projects dates stamps (startup documents, inspections)Good Cents will inspect or certify the job is complete and the check will be sent to the building owner or the HVAC contractor.Note: dual fuel and gas package equipment do not qualify for rebates4/13/2017
9Which Customers Qualify? Commercial customers that use between 500 kW and 10 MW based on each meter/accountFederal and selected Military Service accounts do qualifyState, county, municipal accounts or rate plan do not qualifyTo pre-qualify a commercial customer, send account numbers to your Good Cents TRM4/13/2017
10Go To http://DomEnergyConservationPortal.com Find information about the rebate programsRegister to be a dealer - you will be asked for copies of:certificate of insurance, aw-9,contractors license numberservice area zip codesHealth and Safety Practices informationDownload applications and tables4/13/2017
11Vendor Participation Rules Join the network to participate in these multimillion dollar programs:Provide Virginia Business License Number Class B or higherProvide a certificate of insurance $2MM of LiabilityNo unresolved complaints from the Better Business Bureau (prefer Vendor also be a member of the BBB)Provide your safety policies and proceduresSubject to the following Quality Control Inspection Rules:Random Inspection for QCAny Install over $10K is an auto inspect
12Presented for approval 2011 Possible availability 2012 Demand Side ManagementProposed ProgramsPresented for approval 2011Possible availability 2012
13Proposed Future Programs Commercial Energy Efficiency ProgramsProposed Future ProgramsCommercial Duct Sealing and Testing Program: Promotes testing and general repair of poorly performing duct and ADS system in commercial facilities. Such systems include air handlers, return and supply plenums, and any connecting ducts. Participants would be provided an incentive for sealing ducts in existing buildings using aerosol sealant, mastic, or foil tape with an acrylic adhesive.Commercial Re-commissioning Program: Offers building owners a systematic process for evaluating a structure's major energy-consuming systems and identifying opportunities to optimize equipment operation. Commercial Refrigeration: Designed to help customers reduce electric strip heater usage and anti-sweat heater consumption in refrigeration equipment. The program applies to customers who are retrofitting or replacing existing refrigeration equipment or installing new refrigeration equipment. Participants can earn an incentive per kilowatt (kW) saved from the licensed contractor who installs the system.Commercial Energy Audit Program: An auditor will perform an on-site energy audit, with the participant receiving a written report showing the projected energy and cost savings that could be anticipated from implementation of identified options. The full price of the audit will be refunded to participants once they provide adequate documentation of implementing measures or participation in a Company EE program that exceeds the cost of the audit.
14Residential Energy Efficiency Programs Proposed Future Programs Heat Pump Upgrade Program: Allows participants to upgrade their heat pump(s) from older, less efficient heat pump(s) to more efficient units. Participants receive a one-time incentive of approximately $200 for each upgraded unit.Residential Heat Pump Tune-Up Program: Allows participants to have their existing heat pumps tuned up by a professional HVAC service technician to optimize performance for a one time incentive of approximately $100 per unit to help offset the cost of the tune-up.Residential Duct Sealing and Testing Program: An auditor will perform an on-site detailed review of a customer’s home and energy consumption with specific emphasis on EE measures with pre-rebate payback periods of three years or less. Participant will receive a written report. Full audit price will be refunded to the customer upon adequate documentation of implementing EE improvements or participation in a Company EE program that exceeds the cost of the audit.
15GoodCents Contacts: Http://domenergyconservationportal.com HVAC Rewards- Bill Prillaman (804)Lighting Rewards- Ken Previs (804)4/13/2017