FirstEnergy – Penelec, Met-Ed, Penn Power

December 16th, 2010 by Clay

FirstEnergy owned utilities Penelec, Met-Ed, and Penn Power offer identical residential energy efficiency programs.  The rebate structure puts particular emphasis on subsidizing home energy audits and energy audit related home improvements.

Rebates
Whole Home Energy Audit: $0.30/kWh savings, up to $900
Central Air Conditioner: $150 – $300
Air-Source Heat Pump: up to $400
Geothermal Heat Pump: up to $217/ton
Central Air Conditioner Tune-Up: up to $40
Clothes Washers $75
Refrigerator-Freezers: $50
CFLs: $1/bulb
Room Air Conditioners: $25
Dehumidifiers: $10
Recycling Refrigerator or Freezer: $50
Recycling Air Conditioner: $25

Requirements
HVAC: View program web site for requirements
New appliances must be ENERGY STAR certified
Clothes Washers: home must have electric water heater to be eligible for incentive
To recycle refrigerators or A/C, appliance must be 10-30 cubic ft., operational, plugged in and cooling at time of pick up. There is a limit of two refrigerators or freezers and two room size air conditioners per household per calendar year.


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