Heat Pump Program Guidelines

Heat Pump Program Guidelines • In order for Lane Electric and its members to insure quality heat pump installation, we are requiring that all systems ...
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Heat Pump Program Guidelines • In order for Lane Electric and its members to insure quality heat pump installation, we are requiring that all systems meet the necessary qualifications for the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) Energy Efficiency Incentive (EEI) Program. Performance Tested Comfort Systems (PTCS) duct sealing and system commissioning are a part of the specifications for ducted systems and should be included in the contractors estimates. System efficiency requirements are: 9.0 HSPF / 14 SEER. • All systems must be pre-authorized by Lane Electric before any incentives can be offered. If a member wishes to participate in our loan or rebate program, please have them contact us and ask for a heat pump packet before starting any work on the installation. • A zero percent (0%) loan is currently offered to our members for heat pump installations. The loan cap is $9,000. Loan application results are usually known within 48 hours. Loans are not available for new construction (retrofits in existing homes only). • If the loan option is not chosen, members can apply for a rebate. The rebate for a qualifying heat pump is $1000. For our low-income members, a $3800 rebate may be available depending on qualifications. • Participating contractors are required to have a signed agreement on file at Lane Electric prior to beginning work under our program. • Lane Electric will inspect the installations once we have received an inspection request from the homeowner and the contractors final invoice.

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787 BAILEY HILL ROAD / P.O. BOX 21410 EUGENE, OREGON 97402-0407 541.484.1151 (FAX) 541.484.7316 www.laneelectric.com

Heat Pump Installers Alpine Heating & Air  Conditioning

Associated Heating

Automatic Heat Company

Beymer Heating

PO Box 251

90330 Hwy 99 N

1140 Ocean St

300 River Rd

Creswell, OR 97426

Eugene, OR  97402

Eugene, OR 97402

Eugene, OR  97404

Phone

Phone

(541) 683‐2590

Phone

(541) 726‐7656

Phone

(541) 688‐5004

Fax

(541) 607‐0287

Fax

(541) 726‐7657

Fax

(541) 688‐0954

CCB#

106275

CCB#

188592

CCB#

4483

(541) 688‐0426

Fax CCB#

193586

HVAC

HVAC

Coleman / Rheem / Carrier

HVAC, Lennox

Comfort Flow Heating

Emerald Valley Weatherization

Home Comfort Heating & Air  Conditioning

Innovative Air, Inc

1951 Don St

148 N 14th St

2730 Rooselvelt

5120 Franklin Blvd. #7

Springfield, OR 97477

Springfield, OR 97477

Eugene, OR 97402

Eugene, OR 97403

Phone

(541) 726‐0100

Phone

(541) 726‐1027

Phone

(541) 345‐2838

Phone

(541) 746‐1040

Fax

(541) 726‐4577

Fax

(541) 744‐7841

Fax

(541) 302‐3070

Fax

(541) 746‐4099

CCB#

460

CCB#

105404

CCB#

84164

CCB#

161742

HVAC / Trane Heat Pumps

Windows & Insulation,  Ductless Heat Pumps

American Standard, Ductless  Mini‐splits, Insulation

HVAC/Rheem

J Co Heating & Air Conditioning

Josh Lowe's Dr Energy Saver

Kent Witham Air

Marshall’s Inc.

5729 Main Street #233

PO Box 21337

38320 McKenzie HWY

4110 Olympic St.

Springfield, OR 97478

Eugene, OR 97402

Springfield, OR 97478

Springfield, OR 97477

Phone

(541) 746‐7065

Phone

(541) 485‐2282

Phone

Phone

(541) 747‐7445

Fax

(541) 688‐5816

Fax

(541) 485‐2292

Fax

Fax

(541) 741‐0821

CCB#

169209

CCB#

176741

CCB#

CCB#

25790

(541) 543‐6580

189283

American Standard

Daiken Ductless/ Ruud Heat  Pumps/ Windows/ Insualtion

Ductless Heat Pumps, Heat  Pumps

Insulation / Carrier Heat  Pumps/Ductless Heat Pumps

NuWave Heating & Cooling

Pacific Air Comfort

Priority One Heating & Air  Conditioning

The Heat Pump Store

4536 Camelia

4680 Main St

4325 Commerce St Ste 111 #42

1600 Berkeley Lane E.

Springfield, OR 97478

Springfield, OR 97470

Eugene, OR 97402

Monmouth, OR 97361

Phone

Phone

(541) 342‐5300

Phone

(541) 689‐1004

Phone

Fax

(541) 744‐8887

Fax

(541) 607‐4457

Fax

CCB#

39237

CCB#

154686

CCB#

(541) 525‐7214

Fax CCB# HVAC

199906

HVAC / Ruud Heat Pumps

HVAC / Carrier

(503) 606‐9165

177229

HVAC

Geothermal HP Dealers Associated Heating Automatic Heat Company Comfort Flow Heating Home Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning

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Energy Efficiency Programs for 2016 Weatherization Program: To get started, request an energy

audit of your home. A Lane Electric representative will provide a list of recommendations that will help make your home more comfortable and reduce electrical waste. Financial incentives include a Zero percent (0%) loan or a cash grant of twenty-five percent (25%) of the measure cost, up to $1000. Low Income members may be eligible for a grant of up to $1500. Eligible measures include window replacements and floor, wall & attic insulation. Before starting a project, be sure that the installing contractor is familiar with program specifications.

Heat Pump Program: Members installing a new or replacing

an existing heat pump can apply for a $1,000 rebate or a zeropercent (0%) loan up to $9,000. The incentives are available for air source, geothermal and ductless heating and cooling systems. Loans are based on approval from one of two credit unions and are not available for new construction.

Solar System Rebates: A $500 rebate is available for an

Oregon Department of Energy’s (ODOE) qualified solar water heating system. Photovoltaic (PV) systems are eligible for a $.50/Watt rebate on approved residential applications up to a maximum of $2,000.

Heat Pump Water Heater Rebate: A rebate of either $200 or $300, depending on the model, is available for Energy Star qualified heat pump water heaters. Additional rebates from the Department of Energy’s Energy Star program may be available and rebate amounts can vary.

Commercial Retrofit Program: A cash grant for fifty



percent (50%) of the measure cost, up to $2500, is available for commercial members to upgrade their existing facility. Eligible measures include lighting and refrigeration upgrades, insulation, window replacements and HVAC repairs. 787 BAILEY HILL ROAD / P.O. BOX 21410 EUGENE, OREGON 97402-0407 541.484.1151 (FAX) 541.484.7316 www.laneelectric.com

SECRETS TO SUCCESS WITH YOUR NEW HEAT PUMP

To insure your complete satisfaction when installing a heat pump, please follow this checklist:





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Be sure your electric service meets the additional requirements for serving a heat pump. Your contractor should address this issue. PLEASE NOTE: Lane Electric will evaluate the service to your meter to insure it will meet the starting requirements of the new heat pump. If necessary, we will schedule a time to upgrade your system. Make the "shell" of your home as energy efficient as possible. An analysis of the building components and existing insulation levels will help determine what weatherization items, if any, should be completed prior to installing your new heat pump. Insulation levels in your home must meet LEC specifications before any incentives will be available for heat pumps. Contact dealers for bids. A Contractor List is enclosed that offers several choices. As you obtain your bids, feel free to contact our Energy Services Department if you have any questions. Ducts are one of the most important parts of your system! Reduce duct losses by having existing ducting tested and sealed. On all duct systems, make sure your contractor understands that you are requiring sealed ducts (PTCS duct sealing) as part of your installation package. For Loans: First, contact an Energy Services representative and request loan applications. Then choose the bid you wish to use. Return the bid, the preauthorization sheet (completed by the contractor), and your credit application to Lane Electric’s Energy Services Department. Wait to hear from Lane Electric regarding loan approval. When financing and system preauthorization are approved, call your contractor and have them begin installation. Do not commit to an installation until you are notified that these items are authorized. OR, if you wish to apply for a Rebate, have your contractor complete a system preauthorization form prior to starting the job. After authorization by LEC’s Energy Services Department, have your contractor begin installation. Upon job completion, we will inspect the components of your new heating system and answer any final questions. Your rebate or loan will be processed when the inspection is complete and the system approved.

Please call one of our Energy Services Representatives at 484-1151 if you have any questions.

How a Ductless System works. And why it works better!

Ductless Systems Have 3 Main Parts. An indoor unit, mounted on a wall. An outdoor unit, that sits on the ground. A remote control that controls the unit. The indoor and outdoor units are connected by a small bundle of cables including a refrigerant line. These cables only require a 3 inch hole in the wall for installation.

How a Heat Pump Works. A heat pump transfers heat using refrigerant expansion and compression within a cycle...What does that mean? It means it takes cold air and makes it warm and takes warm air and makes it cold, when you want it and where you want it!

More Efficient. The diagram below shows how a Ductless System compares with other heating systems. It uses less energy and provides more heat for every dollar you spend - That’s technology!

Heating Fuel Type

Annual Heating Cost*

Fuel Oil

$1,704

Propane

$2,502

Wood

$867

Resistance Electric Heat

$984

Pellets (wood)

$771

Ductless Heat Pump system

$328

More Comfortable. Ductless Systems have an ultraquiet fan that circulates air evenly throughout living areas, eliminating hot and cold spots.

More Flexible. In addition to lowering your heating bill, and providing air conditioning, adding a Ductless System increases the flexibility of your home’s heating system. You can install a Ductless System in your main living area and keep your existing heating system in place to ensure your bedrooms and bathrooms remain at the desired temperature even on the coldest days.

787 BAILEYhome. HILL Fuel ROAD / P.O. BOX 21410 EUGENE, OREGON 97402-0407 *Cost estimates based on average insulated price estimates as of 2/2009 541.484.1151

(FAX) 541.484.7316

www.laneelectric.com

Homeowner Participation Form To be completed by the homeowner and General Contractor/Installer. Answer the following Official Use Only: Project ID questions based on your house prior to the installation of the ductless system(s). All fields are required for site pre-approval. Ensure installer eligibility with your utility prior to selecting an installer. Homeowner signature is required on next page.

Contact Information Homeowner name:

Name of General Contractor installing ductless system:

Home phone: ( ) -

Alternative phone:  Cell  Work (

E-mail Address: )

-

Site Address:

City/State/ZIP code:

Homeowner mailing address: (if different from site address)

County:

City/State/ZIP code:

Homeowner Eligibility  Zonal 1

What type of primary electric resistance heat does the house have? If zonal, where are the heating units located (Check all that apply)?

 Ceiling

Does the home have a secondary heating system?

 Electric Hydronic

 Furnace2

 Wall

 Baseboard  Floor

 Yes

 No

If yes, what type (mark one):

 Freestanding Stove

 Fireplace

 Other: _______________

If yes, what type of fuel (mark one):

 Wood

 Pellets

 Propane

 Kerosene

 Oil

 Other: _______________

Please note: Secondary heating systems are allowed only if electric resistance heating is used as primary heating system.

If yes, how much fuel (per year): _______________________________________________________________________________ (Amount in cords of wood, pounds of pellets, gallons of propane/kerosene/oil, etc.)  Site-built

How was the home constructed? Which of the following describes the home?

 Manufactured Home2

 Detached single-family house

 Duplex

 Multi-Family If you live in a multi-

 Triplex

 Fourplex

family home, please verify your eligibility with your installer and utility.

Site Information Has this party occupied the home for more than one year?

 Yes

 No

Is this home a primary residence?

 Yes

 No

 Yes

 No

Who occupies this home?

 Homeowner

 Renter

Does the house have a natural gas meter? Total number of occupants living in home: _______________

Number of occupants under 25 years: __ Number of occupants between 25-39 years: __ Number of occupants between 40-65 years: __ Number of occupants over 65 years:__ Number of stories in house: _____________

Number of bedrooms in house: _________________

House/Unit square footage (If unknown, please estimate): __________

Year home was built (If unknown, please estimate): __________

Foundation type (check all that apply):

 Basement

 Crawlspace

Does the home have air conditioning?

 Yes

 No

If yes, what type (mark one):

 Central

Has your home been weatherized/insulated?

1 2

 Zonal (i.e. window and/or room A/C units), no. of units: ___________  Yes

 No

Zonal heating includes electric, non-ducted: ceiling cable, wall, baseboard, plug-in and hydronic floor. Please check with your electric utility for eligibility.

This form, subject to change, is effective from October 1, 2015. Return completed form to: DHP Services 100 SW Main St, Suite 1500  Portland, OR 97204 Phone 888.958.7472  E-mail: [email protected]

 Slab

 Other: ________________  Evaporative cooler (e.g., swamp cooler)

Terms and Conditions OFFICIAL FORM: This form and any required additional documentation, including installation invoice, must be filled out completely, truthfully and accurately. DHP Services will not be responsible for lost documentation pertaining to the submission of this form. Details, including incentives, are subject to change without prior notice. HOMEOWNER ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible for incentive payment, the home must have permanently installed zonal electric resistance heat as the primary heating system. EXCEPTION: In some utility areas single family site built or manufactured homes that have an electric forced air furnace as their primary heating system may qualify. A qualifying home cannot: (i) be under construction, (ii) have a fossil fuel central forced air or fossil fuel hydronic heating system, (iii) have a ducted heat pump/ductless splitsystem, nor (iv) have a temporary foundation. HOMEOWNER PARTICIPATION: DHP Services, the NW Ductless Heat Pump Project (Project) and participating utilities may suspend and/or end Applicant’s participation at anytime, at their sole discretion by notifying the Applicant in writing of the decision or in accordance with requirements. SYSTEM ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible for incentive payment, ductless heat pumps installed must be: (i) a split system heat pump employing an inverter-driven, variable speed compressor, a variable speed outdoor fan, and a multi-speed or variable speed indoor blower, (ii) must me meet a minimum HSPF rating of 9.00, or higher, for single zone systems, or 8.00 or higher, for multi-zone systems, and (iii) indoor units using any type of field-installed duct system are NOT eligible. INSTALLER ELIGIBILITY: Installers must be licensed, bonded and insured, have successfully completed manufacturer sponsored training for equipment being installed, and have completed Project orientation. Installers must be eligible participants in the Project in order for utilities to pay incentives. Ensure installer eligibility with your utility prior to selecting an installer. CONTRACTOR REMOVAL: Non-compliance with installation specifications and/or Quality Assurance Inspections may trigger a performance review of the installation contractor. This review will be conducted by the NW Ductless Heat Pump Project Quality Assurance team. The performance review may result in suspension or permanent removal from participation. Findings of the performance review will be communicated, in writing, to the installation contractor and participating utility along with the terms of suspension or removal. VERIFICATION AND INSPECTION: Participating homes are subject to onsite inspections in order to verify that the system meets Manufacturer specifications, Project standards and that the home meets eligibility guidelines. Systems will be randomly chosen for onsite inspection, based on the number of completed installations by the installer. No warranty is implied by this inspection. INCENTIVE PAYMENT: DHP Services, on behalfof participating utililities, will approve utility incentive payment upon receipt of all complete and correct documentation. DHP Services will provide approved incentive payment information to the appropriate utility for payment. One incentive per residence is available regardless of the number of units installed in the home. TAX LIABILITY: Neither DHP Services, the Project, utility nor the installer is responsible for any tax liability, which may be imposed on the Participant as a result of payment of any incentives or as a result of obtaining financing. DISCLAIMER/NO LIABILITY: The Participant understands that DHP Services, the Project, and utilities are not supervising work performed for the Participant and are not responsible for proper completion of that work or proper performance of any products purchased. The Participant assumes the risk of any loss or damage in connection with installation. DHP Services and the Project do not guarantee any particular energy savings results by its approval of the installation. ENDORSEMENT: DHP Services and the Project do not endorse any particular manufacturer, installer, or product in promoting ductless heat pumps. The fact that the names of particular manufacturers, installers, or products may appear on DHP Services or Project materials does not constitute an endorsement. Manufacturers, installers, or products not mentioned are not implied to be unsuitable or defective in any way. SAFETY AND BUILDING CODES: The Participant agrees to pursue compliance with federal, state, and local building and environmental codes for the installation of this product. The installer certifies products have been installed consistent with manufacturer instructions. PROPERTY RIGHTS: The Participant must have proper authority to install the ductless heat pump system on the designated property, or has obtained any necessary consent from the landlord. ACCESS AND EVALUATION: DHP Services and the Project and its representatives may request access to the property on which the system was installed to review and evaluate the system during and after installation. The Participant agrees to provide reasonable access to the property for the purposes described herein. In addition, the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance and its representatives may contact the participant for future research and program participation.

Homeowner Signature By signing or checking the electronic signature box below, the homeowner certifies that he/she is in compliance with the above terms and conditions. Homeowner signature: 

Homeowner signature:

Date:

By checking this box, you are providing an electronic signature.

Where did you hear about ductless heating and cooling systems?  Utility Bill Insert  Utility Website  Direct Mail from an Installer  Door Hanger  Radio  TV  Newspaper  Internet Ads  Facebook, Twitter, etc.  In a Store (retail)  Family or Friend  Utility Display Unit  Other______________________________

Billing Release To be filled out by the electrical utility account holder. Note: If the home is occupied by a tenant, or the account holder is different from the homeowner listed in the contact information, the billing release should be signed by the person whose name appears on the electric utility account. Signing the Billing History Release is optional. By doing so, the homeowner is allowing the performance data on their ductless system installation to be used in regional evaluations to determine energy savings and consumer satisfaction. INFORMATION TO BE RELEASED: The undersigned utility customer requests and authorizes the specified utility to release billing and usage information for the account listed below to DHP Services and the NW Ductless Heat Pump Project. With this authorization, DHP Services and the NW Ductless Heat Pump Project can request billing information for up to two years pre-installation and two years post-installation. The utility customer also hereby releases the utility company from any and all liability arising from or connected with providing this information.

Electric utility name: Account holder signature (optional):  By checking this box, you are agreeing to the billing release terms.

This form, subject to change, is effective from October 1, 2015. Return completed form to: DHP Services 100 SW Main St, Suite 1500  Portland, OR 97204 Phone 888.958.7472  E-mail: [email protected]

Electric utility account number: Account holder name:

Date:

First Tech Federal Credit Union Lane Electric Energy Loan RE: Membership application

Thank you for applying for an energy loan. Each borrower is required to become a member by opening a membership savings account. Please visit one ofour local branches, or visit our website: WWW.firsttechfed.com to apply for membership. To apply for membership you are required to furnish valid state issued Id or driver license, and a minimum of $5.00 for initial deposit. The Credit Union will fund the $5.00 for the second membership savings account if this is a joint application. If you have any questions please let us know. Thank you-

Sincerely,

Vanessa Kindle

First Tech Federal Credit Union SBR: Oakridge Branch 541-736-7970 Diect 541-782-4017 Fax

Thank you for choosing First Tech for your energy loan.

As a full service financial institution First Tech Federal Credit Union offers the following:

A full range of loans Mortgage Lending Home Equity Loans and Lines of Credit Automobile Loans (as well as Autoland car buying service) Recreational Vehicle Loans Personal Loans Visa Credit Cards Professional Services Investment Services Insurance Services Financial Plaruring Once again I just want to welcome you as a member of First Tech Federal Credit Union.

Thank you and I look forward to helping you in the futue.

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