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Last Updated May 17, 2022

Program Overview

Category:

Financial Incentive

State:

New Hampshire

Incentive Type:

Rebate Program

Administrator:

New Hampshire Electric Co-op

Start Date:

N/A

Expiration Date:

N/A

Web Site:

Applicable Sectors:

Commercial, Industrial, Local Government, Commercial, Industrial, Local Government, Commercial, Industrial, Local Government, Commercial, Industrial, Local Government, Commercial, Industrial, Local Government, Commercial, Industrial, Local Government, Commercial, Industrial, Local Government, Commercial, Industrial, Local Government, Commercial, Industrial, Local Government

Eligible Renewable/Other Technologies:

Lighting, Lighting Controls/Sensors, Motors, Motor VFDs, HVAC, Heat pumps, Energy Mgmt. Systems/Building Controls, Compressed air, Chillers

Summary

New Hampshire Electric Co-op offers incentives to commercial and municipal members for new construction. There may be a maximum dollar amount of the rebate/incentive. There is no guarantee that the Member will receive the maximum amount. Check with utility representative. Incentive funding is limited to a first-come, first-serve basis.

New Hampshire Electric Co-op offers incentives to its commercial and municipal members to encourage energy efficiency when building a new facility, undergoing a major renovation, or replacing failed (end-of-life) equipment. The program offers prescriptive and custom rebates designed to cover the lesser of a one-year payback, or 75% of incremental difference in the cost of purchasing standard equipment compared to purchasing an energy-efficient equivalent, up to the member's incentive cap. Rebates are available for energy-efficient lighting and controls, energy-efficient motors, variable frequency drives (VFDs), HVAC equipment and controls, chillers, and approved custom projects.  For full details on program terms and conditions, visit the program website listed above.

NHEC also offers SmartSTART financing, where eligible projects can be financed through the savings generated by the products themselves. SmartSTART eligible projects include weatherization, lighting and lighting controls, and other verifiable energy-saving measures.