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1 Warren Ribley, Director Pat Quinn, Governor

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3 Energy Efficiency Portfolio (EEPs) EEPs was created through legislation and provides for incentives in the form of rebates for ComEd and/or Ameren Illinois utility customers. EEPs is designed to encourage those customers to purchase and install high efficiency electric equipment and systems to reduce electricity use and demand. DCEO Public Sector ComEd Private Business, Industry, Residential Ameren Illinois Private Business, Industry & Residential Public Benefit Funds from ComEd & Ameren Illinois Electric utility customers rider on electric bill effective June 1, 2008

4 Provides cash rebates or incentives for installing electric efficient equipment. Sets goals of 0.2% reduction in annual electricity load, rising to 2.0% by 2015 and beyond Utilities administer 75% of programs - Residential and Commercial DCEO administers 25% - Public and Low Income Electricity programs began June 2008 EEPs information: Natural Gas programs begin after June 2011

5 Local Governments Municipalities Townships & County Facilities Special Units of Local Government Library & Park Districts Public Safety Water Reclamation Districts Public Schools K-12 Public Schools Community Colleges State and Federal agencies Public Universities Privately owned Businesses Privately owned Industrial & Commercial Facilities Private Schools Private K-12 Schools Private Colleges Private Universities Not-for-profit Museums Foundations Trade Organizations Churches 501C3 Residential DCEO Public SectorComEd/Ameren Electric Utilities

6 YearStatewide Funds DCEO Share PY1 2008$53.2 million$12.9 million PY2 2009$109 million$26.4 million PY3 2010$165 million$40.1 million $235 million$57 million Public Benefit Funds from ComEd & Ameren Illinois Electric utility customers rider on electric bill effective June 1, 2008.

7 Standard Incentive Program Custom Incentive Program New Construction Program Retro-commissioning Program Lights for Learning Program

8 Funding Level Ameren Illinois Electric Utilities ComEd PY3 Budget$5.9 million$16.6 million Remaining PY3 Funds $2.9 million$13 million Year 3 funds are available for projects completed 6/1/10 – 5/31/11.

9 ILLINOIS ENERGY NOW Lighting Special

10 New Applications received after December 13, Project completed and Final Application (all associated documentation) submitted to DCEO by April 15, 2011.

11 Energy Policy Act (EPAct) 2005 T-12 technology outdated and inefficient 7/1/05 started multi-step T-12 phase-out 7/1/10 T-12 ballast production ceased High performance T-8 and T-5 fixtures increase efficiency

12 Standard Incentive Program: T-12 upgrades include retrofits, new high performance T-8 and T-5 fixtures Approximately 20-50% increase in incentives For Pre-Approval Applications received after 12/13/10 and where the Final Application is received by April 15, Incentives cant exceed 100% of the Total Project Cost

13 Incentives cant exceed 100% Total Project Cost. Total Project Cost = Equipment + Labor (internal and/or contractual) Invoices and internal labor must be submitted

14 High Performance or Reduced Wattage 4-foot Lamp and Ballast$13.00 per Lamp Reduced Wattage 8-Foot T-8 8-foot Lamp and Ballast$18.00 per Lamp Specialty T-8 Lamps and Ballasts 4-foot U Tube and Ballast$7.00 per Lamp 2-foot Lamp and Ballast$7.00 per Lamp 3-foot Lamp and Ballast$9.00 per Lamp

15 Delamp, Permanent Lamp Removal Delamp, 4-foot Lamp, Ballast, Holders$12.00 per Lamp Delamp, 8-foot Lamp, Ballast, Holders$15.00 per Lamp Delamp, 4-foot Lamp, add Reflector$22.00 per Lamp Delamp, 8-foot Lamp, add Reflector$29.00 per Lamp

16 High Performance T8/T5 New Fluorescent Fixtures with Electronic Ballast Total Existing Fixture Watts less total New Fixture Watts $0.75 per Watts Reduced

17 Assist DCEO by submitting complete Applications that are clear and simple to verify. For New Fixture incentives submit photographs of existing fixtures. Submit CEE list with selected equipment circled. (See CEE slide) For New Fixtures submit contractor verification stating wattage and quantities of fixtures removed with Final Application. Reference the DCEO assigned Application number for project correspondence.

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20 pdf: IL ENERGY NOW Addendum pdf xls: IL ENERGY NOW Forms Local Govt Public Schools and Community Colleges.xls xls: IL ENERGY NOW Forms Public Universities State Federal Govt.xls

21 Application Process Steps Step 1: Submit a Pre-approval Application Click the Pre-approval check box on the application Complete the appropriate worksheet Pre-Approval Applications need customer signatures Step 2: Receive Notice to Proceed from DCEO Step 3: Install Equipment or Perform Project Work Maintain documentation Step 4: Submit a Final Application Click the Final check box on the application Submit all required supporting documentation Final applications need customer signature Step 5: DCEO Processes Rebate or Grant

22 Copy of electric bill (final pages that list taxes and fees applied) Completed Pre-Approval Application and Signed Certification Form Follow Lighting Specifications and submit CEE lists with lamps circled. (See CEE slide) Applicable Lighting*, HVAC, Motors and/or Refrigeration Standard Incentive Worksheet(s) or Custom Incentive Application IL ENERGY NOW IL ENERGY NOW Form (either.pdf or.xls version) Light Survey (See Light Survey slide) Guidelines, Specifications and Application Forms at Energy Efficiency link at:

23 New Fixtures include: room/area, quantity of existing fixtures, description and wattage of existing fixtures, quantity of new fixtures, description and wattage of new fixtures. Retrofits include: room/area, quantity, description of existing fixtures, number of lamps in existing fixtures and number of lamps in retrofit fixtures. Lamp total shall match number of lamps indicated in the Lighting Incentive Spreadsheet. Retrofit lamps and ballasts shall be listed at: Occupancy Sensors include: room/area, wattage of fixtures controlled. Light Survey totals match totals on Lighting Incentive Worksheet

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25 Completed Final Application Signed Certification Manufacturer spec sheets, unless submitted with Pre-Approval or if equipment changed, or CEE lists with equipment circled Updated Lighting, HVAC, Motors and/or Refrigeration Standard Incentive Worksheet(s) or Custom Incentive Application Invoices and receipts For lighting projects, submit a Final Light Survey (See Light Survey slide) For new fixtures, provide note where installer indicates quantity and wattage of fixtures removed Total Project Cost on Final Application should match invoices or provide summary of internal labor

26 New Applications: Sally Agnew, Local Government: Andrea Reiff, Public Schools: Byron Lloyd, State and Federal and all Custom Projects: Gerald Downing, Public Universities and Colleges: Tom Coe, Retro-commissioning & New Construction: Tom Coe,

27 Electric efficiency incentives programs available: Standard Incentive Program Custom Incentive Program New Construction Program Retro-commissioning Program Lights for Learning Program Gas efficiency incentive programs available after 7/1/2011 Further questions: DCEO EEPS PY4 Projects to be completed between 6/1/11 & 5/31/12

28 LinkInformation Energy Programs: guidelines, RFPs, contacts, applications, and other resources on Ameren Illinois Utilities ActOnEnergy Business Programs on ComEd Smart Ideas Business Solutions Programs Information for DCEO, ComEd and Ameren Illinois Utilities EEPS programs Energy Design Assistance Center: Technical assistance for businesses and public sector providing energy information, news and trainings, energy service provider list Recycling Programs for local government, businesses and non-profits IL Clean Energy Community Foundation: grants for energy efficiency, renewable energy and natural areas for local government and non-profits

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