New Construction Rebates 2013Rebates are paid on homes that meet or exceed national, state and local building and energy codes. Any variance of the guidelines from these codes should be brought to the attention of Diverse Power. It is the responsibility of the builder/homeowner to interpret the code for the county in which the home is being built.
|Air Source Heat Pump||$100 / System|
|This rebate amount is per system, and can be combined with rebates for other systems installed, such as dual fuel heat pumps, geothermal heat pumps, electric water heaters and/or waste heat recovery systems. An electric water heater is required in any new home for it to be eligible for heat pump rebates.|
|Dual Fuel Heat Pump||$100 / System|
|This rebate amount is per system, and can be combined with rebates for other systems, such as a waste heat recovery system. An electric water heater is not required.|
|Geothermal Heat Pump||$350 / Ton|
|This rebate amount is per ton, and can be combined with rebates for other systems installed, such as an all-electric heat pump or waste heat recovery system. The unit must be installed by a certified contractor. An electric water heater is required.|
|Waste Heat Recovery||$300 / House|
|This rebate is limited to only one per household, even if there are multiple units installed. This rebate can be combined with rebates for other systems installed, such as an electric heat pump, dual fuel or geothermal system. The unit must be installed by a certified contractor. An electric water heater is required.|
|Electric Water Heater||$100 / Unit|
|Electric water heater must be at least 40-gallon or higher capacity and have dual heating elements.|
1. Underground electric service is available to all new consumers at a cost to be determined.
2. Rebate request must be submitted for houses that have been complete for no more than three months; this means that the house has gone from temporary power to permanent power and all HVAC and water-heating equipment is installed in its final condition. If a house has been complete for more than three months, it will not be eligible for rebates. Rebates must be applied for – they are not automatically paid
3. Rebates are paid directly to the builder of the home unless otherwise agreed upon by the builder and homeowner.
4. Tankless water heaters are not eligible for rebate.
5. FAX rebates to Scott Sawyer @ 706-298-0809
Click here to download the 2013 New Construction Rebate Request
Existing Home Improvement Rebates 2013
|Electric to electric change out||13 SEER $100; ≥15 SEER $200|
|Electric heat pump replacing existing heat pump, electric resistance heat or wood heat.|
|Electric replacing gas heat||13 SEER $300; ≥15 SEER $400|
|Electric heat pump replacing natural gas, propane gas or oil heat as the primary heating system.|
|Dual fuel heat pump||13 SEER $250; ≥15 SEER $300|
|Dual fuel heat pump replacing electric heat pump, electric resistance heat, wood heat, natural gas heat, propane gas heat or oil heat, as the primary heating system.|
|Geothermal heat pump||$250 / Ton|
|A certified geothermal dealer must do geothermal system replacing any type of system and installation.|
Water HeatersElectric water heater must be at least 30-gallon capacity and have dual heating elements.
|Electric to electric change out||$75 per unit / $150 if Marathon®/GE Hybrid|
|Electric water heater replacing existing electric water heater.|
|Electric to replacing gas||$300 / $500 if Marathon®/GE Hybrid|
|Electric water heater replacing gas water heater.|
|Waste Heat Recovery Unit||$250 / House|
|Waste heat recovery system installed on an existing electric water heater. Only one rebate per home is permitted, even if there are multiple systems installed.|
|Programmable thermostat with adaptive recovery|
|Bring attic insulation up to R-38 level|
|Total Leakage Reduction (Ducts/House Combined)|
|Reduce Leakage by ≥20% $600|
|Reduce Leakage by ≥25% $800|
|Reduce Leakage by ≥30% $1000|
Blower door and duct leakage tests must be performed and results forwarded to Diverse Power Inc. prior to any measures or improvements being considered for reimbursement. Failure to do so will result in disqualification from whole house improvement rebates.
Click here to download the 2013 Existing Construction Rebate Request