The Appalachian Power Commercial and Industrial Standard Program helps non-residential customers implement standard energy efficiency projects through financial incentives to offset project costs. Rebates are calculated based on $.06/kWh saved annually, and are contingent on the review and acceptance of savings claims. Energy-efficient projects including:
Program incentives are available under the C&I program to include non-residential accounts served on Appalachian Power and American Electric Power’s regulated retail rates. Qualifying projects must be installed in a facility in Appalachian Power or American Electric Power’s WV electric service territory. These incentives are available to all non-residential customers who pay into the Energy Efficiency and Demand Response Cost Recovery rider and receive their electricity from Appalachian Power or American Electric Power in WV. A customer may neither apply for nor receive incentives for the same product, equipment or service from more than one utility. Contact Appalachian Power for additional information on this program.
|Incentive Type:||Rebate Program|
|Eligible Renewable/Other Technologies:||
|Incentive Amount:||Rebates are calculated based on $.06/kWh saved annually and are contingent upon the review and acceptance of savings claims.|
|Maximum Incentive:||For standard projects, rebates are based on the Program’s per unit measure cost, not to exceed $0.06/kWh saved up to 30% of the project’s cost for each project submitted. Incentives may be capped at $50,000 per customer per calendar year depending on availability.|
|Equipment Requirements:||Equipment must be new. Equipment shall meet or exceed the minimum efficiency level defined. See website for details.|
|Installation Requirements:||You can reserve funds for a period of 90 days (maximum) by completing an application with an expected date of project completion. Rebate applications and contractor invoices are due within 60 days of installation.|
|Name:||AEP/Appalachian Power Commercial and Industrial Program|
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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