Minnesota Power Power Grant Rebate Program provides rebates to its commercial, industrial, and agricultural customers for installing energy efficient lighting, electric motors and agricultural equipment. Rebate amount is based on kilowatt (kW) or kilowatt-hours (kWh) saved over the life of the energy saving equipment. The rebate amounts listed above are for retrofit projects; incentives for new construction may be less.
The maximum annual rebate available to a customer will be determined by average billing demand based on the following schedule:
Customer Demand Maximum Rebate(s)
0 to 100 kW $10,000
101 to 300 kW $25,000
Over 300 kW $50,000
Equipment must have an expected life of greater than 10 years to be eligible. Customers must contribute an amount greater than or equal to the estimated annual electric cost savings.
|Incentive Type:||Rebate Program|
|Eligible Renewable/Other Technologies:||
T8 Fixtures: $5-$20/fixture
T5 Fixtures: $3-$12/fixture
Pulse Medal Halide: $12 or $30/fixture
CFL Fixtures: $10 or $20
Occupancy Sensors: $8-$30
LED Exit Signs: $3
High Volume/Low Speed Fans: $350
Exhaust Fans: $35
Motors: $5/hp; based on $200/kWh saved
Customer Demand: Maximum Rebate
0 to 100 kW: $10,000
101 to 300 kW: $25,000
Over 300 kW: $50,000
Customers with multiple accounts may not exceed the maximum rebate amount per customer.
|Eligible System Size:||Customers using a large power rate are ineligible for this program.|
|Equipment Requirements:||All CFLs must be Energy Star qualified|
|Installation Requirements:||Customers have 12 months to complete the project after the rebate has been approved. Rebates will be awarded only after the project has been completed and inspected by Minnesota Power.|
|Name:||Customer Service - MN Power|
30 West Superior Street
Duluth MN 55802
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Duluth MN 55811-4257
This information is sourced from DSIRE; the most comprehensive source of information on incentives and policies that support renewables and energy efficiency in the United States. Established in 1995, DSIRE is operated by the N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center at N.C. State University.
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