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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.

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

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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