Customers that take home a free Home Energy Check from Duke Energy Florida will be eligible for 1700 dollars to increase the efficiency of their homes.
A report detailing the potential adjustments a customer may need to make to their home’s energy efficiency will be generated by the check.
The customer will be qualified for a variety of reimbursements once they implement the advised improvements.
What Does a Home Energy Check Entail?
The Home Energy Check is required to be conducted before any work is started or within the last 24 months, but Duke Energy offers an exception in emergency situations, such as when adding heat pumps or HVAC systems before the audit when another system isn’t working.
Residents must live inside Duke Energy’s service area and be a company customer with a residential meter.
The authorized local agency must grant permission for the installation of all heat pump/HVAC systems and energy-efficient windows.
For duct testing, duct leak detection, duct repair, and attic insulation, a Duke Energy-approved contractor must be employed.
All installations must be reachable for a Duke Energy agent in Florida to verify the RI PROGRAM criteria.
Additional Incentives for Residential Clients
In order to assist with the expenditures of making energy-efficient modifications, Florida Public Utilities offers power rebates.
If you build a new high efficiency heat pump or air conditioning system or replace an existing system with one, the Residential Heating and Cooling Efficiency Upgrade Program may be able to provide you a $100 reimbursement.
Customer eligibility requirements are:
Deploy a new heat pump (AHRI rating only) or central air conditioning system with a minimum SEER rating of 15.0 in place of the old equipment.
Be the owner of the home situated within the electric service area of FPU.
have an HVAC system with ducts.
Within a year of the installation date, deliver a completed rebate application to FPUC.