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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - Home
    by Governor Douglas on June 17th 2003 The SSREIP is a program designed and funded by the CEDF For recent program performance indicators regarding installed costs total incentives paid and estimated rated capacity installed please visit the Reports Page The program offers incentives on renewable energy systems installed by designated Preferred Installers Detailed information on incentives and instructions on how to calculate incentives for projects are contained in the program s incentive reservation forms Funding Funding for this program has come from the CEDF CVPS GMP and through U S DOE funds secured by Senator James Jeffords for the VT Public Service Department Wind Development Program and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 There have been several rounds of funding since the initial program started in Summer of 2004 through the present In October 2013 an additional 1 4 million in funding through the Clean Energy Development Fund and The VT Public Service Department will be made available to the Vermont Small Scale Renewable Energy Incentive Program The Clean Energy Development Fund and the Vermont Small Scale Renewable Energy Incentive Program reserve the right to modify this program as needed Additional renewable energy funding opportunities in the state of Vermont can be found by visiting the Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy Is there anything wrong with this page Fund Availability Check out current SSREIP fund availability View page FAQs Learn what the RERC is all about browse our list of common questions regarding the RERC SSREIP eligibility and participation View page Preferred Installers Find trade partners that are qualified to offer the Heat Saver Loan in addition to accessing the SSREIP for their customers View page Application Forms Find the links to download the incentive reservation forms online or paper View details We are currently accepting

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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - Fund Availability
    248 600 Solar Hot Water 69 872 Total Number of Projects Reserved 1595 Total Reserved for Modern Wood Pellet Heating 76 400 Total Reserved for Solar Electric 2 586 432 Total Reserved for Solar Hot Water 136 153 Total Reserved for Micro Hydro 8 750 Is there anything wrong with this page Renewable Energy Resource Center a project of the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation RERC provides consumers with information and

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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - FAQs
    composed of multiple approved technologies Customers may apply for incentives for more than one renewable system whether installed at the same time or over multiple installations up to Can I qualify for an incentive if I have had an incentive before Yes up to the maximum cumulative total limits per customer Do portable systems solar thermal hot water qualify No Portable systems are not eligible for incentives under this program Participation How many steps are required to participate There are six primary steps in program participation Steps Customer Reserving Partner Are there different requirements for residential and non residential installations No not for state funded incentives How do I learn about renewable energy systems and installers in Vermont Vermont Solar Partners are listed here Preferred How do I get an incentive reservation form Incentive reservation forms are available from Vermont Solar Partners and Preferred Biomass Installers or they can be How will I know if and when my incentive reservation application is approved Upon the approval of your application you will be sent an incentive reservation letter that includes an incentive What happens after my incentive reservation is approved After receiving an approval and incentive reservation number you should work with your Reserving Partner and Installer Is the incentive payment taxable The incentive payments made under this program will trigger the issuance of 1099s and thus may be treated as taxable Can I receive the Vermont Business Solar Tax Credit AND an incentive Yes customers grantees may apply for both an incentive and the Vermont Investment Tax Credit Please refer to a tax What if I don t complete the installation within the approved reservation period If we do not receive by fax email mail or delivered in person the Final Project Documentation and Incentive Request What if I want

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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - Preferred Installers
    gmail com Sandri Energy LLC Contact Thom Burden 400 Chapman St Greenfield MA 01301 413 364 3217 tburden sandri com Shattuck Son Plumbing HVAC LLP Contact John Shattuck 80 Barrett Street South Burlington VT 05403 jpshattuck comcast net SunFire Energy Systems LLC Contact Michael Horowitz 170 Lafirira Place Marshfield VT 05658 802 585 2900 michael sunfirevt com SunWood Biomass Contact David Frank 124 Fiddler s Green Waitsfield VT 05673 802 496 4910 http www sunwoodbiomass com david sunwoodbiomass com Tarm USA Inc Contact Scott Nichols PO Box 285 Lyme NH 03768 603 795 9100 http woodboilers com scott tarmusa com The Stove Depot Contact Craig Merrill 5598 Rt 7 North Clarendon VT 05759 802 747 9950 craig thestovedepot com Trombly P H Inc Contact Chad Dunbar 77 Concord Ave St Johnsbury VT 05819 802 748 1953 http www tromblyplumbing net chaddunbar hotmail com Vermont Renewable Fuels Inc Contact Alan Benoit PO Box 1812 Manchester Ctr VT 05255 802 362 3180 http www vermontrenewablefuels com alan vermontrenewablefuels com Solar Hot Water Installers Below is a list of all preferred installers for Solar Hot Water systems If you are an installer looking for more information about program and participation requirements please download and read the Terms Conditions and Requirements below Solar Hot Water Terms Conditions and Requirements ARC Mechanical Contractors PO Box 724 Bradford VT 05033 802 222 9255 http www arcmech com Bristol Electronics PO Box 226 Bristol VT 05443 802 453 2500 http bristolelectronicsvt com SolarChasers gmavt net Building Energy 1570 South Brownell Rd Williston VT 05495 802 859 3384 http www buildingenergyvt com info buildingenergyus com Daedalus Solar Works Williamstown VT 802 433 1643 Green Energy Systems South Burlington VT 802 388 4334 Harvestar 574 East River Rd Lincoln VT 05443 802 771 7567 http harvestarpower com admin harvestarpower

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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - Application Forms
    Vermont s Department of Public Service Here are links to the State and Federal Permit Requirements for Micro Hydro Projects and the permitting agencies Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation US Army Corps of Engineers High Performance Low Income PV Application Documents Paper application and terms and conditions available Solar Hot Water Reservation Application Documents Online application paper application and term and conditions Advanced Wood Pellet Heating System Reservation Application Documents Online application paper application participation agreement eligible equipment inventory and self review tool available Final Project Documentation Forms These forms are for projects that already have confirmed incentive reservations reserved under vFY2015 1 a and vFY2016 and are now complete High Performance Low Income PV Final Project Documentation Download Form vFY2015 Modern Wood Pellet Heating Final Project Documentation Please use this form only if the Reservation Application was submitted on the vFY2015 form Documentation submitted on incorrect forms will be returned to the Reserving Installer Download Form vFY2015 1a Solar Hot Water Final Project Documentation Download Form vFY2016 Advanced Wood Pellet Heating System Final Project Documentation Please use this form only if the Reservation Application was submitted on the vFY2016 form Documentation submitted on incorrect forms will be returned to

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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - Eligibility
    for a period of at least 14 days under peak load conditions Automated fuel feed from a bulk storage container area to the burn chamber in an integrated path Automated on off fuel feed control based on a demand for heat Bulk fuel storage container systems must be able to receive automated bulk delivery of pellets Systems must have a documented efficiency rating of 85 or greater Pellet system efficiency shall be measured on a HHV basis for peak rating not seasonal average as listed by the manufacturer or by third party certification Systems must have documented emissions for particulate matter below 0 08 lbs MMBtu for PM 2 5 and comply with all applicable Environmental Protection Agency and Vermont standards for particulate matter emissions All prospective applicants residential commercial or institutional must use less than 75 000 Btu per square foot of heated building space per heating season The SSREIP will not grant incentives to systems over sized to compensate for inefficient buildings Systems must comply with all manufacturer requirements and any applicable state and local codes or ordinances Replacement of existing biomass systems and or components including wood stoves qualify only if the existing system being replaced is non EPA certified Expansions of existing biomass systems and or components can qualify for an incentive but the customer will be limited by the Total Potential Maximum incentive per customer set forth in item 2 above Pellet units must be new Used wood pellet boilers furnaces are not eligible Systems classified as Outdoor Wood Boilers OWB Outdoor Pellet Boilers OPB or Outdoor Wood Fired Hydronic Heaters OWHH are not eligible All Systems must be listed on the SSREIP Advanced Wood Pellet Eligible Equipment Inventory found here To be included systems must meet one of the following criteria Included on the NYSERDA list of approved systems for the Renewable Heat New York small commercial wood pellet boiler incentive program or For systems not on the NYSERDA list but you have evidence to demonstrate compliance with the 85 efficiency and 0 08lbs MMBtu for PM 2 5 requirements that evidence should be submitted to the RERC for evaluation and possible approval to be added to the SSREIP Advanced Wood Pellet Eligible Equipment Inventory Systems that utilize multiple fuels corn coal cordwood duel fuel systems that can burn oil etc are not eligible The system installed must have rated heat output capacity that is less than the existing heating systems rated output In the case of new construction Reserving Installers must calculate the estimated annual and peak heat load requirements of the building and show that the pellet system to be installed is not oversized Calculations must be supplied in the reservation applications and are subject to approval Customers are eligible for a Thermal Efficiency Adder up to 500 Applicants must submit documentation showing that the project meets the eligibility requirements set forth below Eligibility for the Thermal Efficiency Adder is based on receiving Residential Documentation of the items below must be submitted

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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - Progress Reports
    393 Leveraged Dollars 1 SSREIP 9 67 other funding Currently Under Reservation Number Reserved 236 26 10 273 Current Reservations Not Installed 465 390 49 387 29 900 560 697 Total Proposed Capacity W kBtu day 1 577 560 2 713 325 000 Summary of Incentive Reservations All funding sources Through Quarter 1 2015 Period of 2003 March 31 2015 Vermont Renewable Energy Incentive Program Summary of Incentive Reservations Wind Solar PV Water Wood Pellet Total Number Installed 138 3 592 1 452 16 5 189 Total Cost of Installed Systems 6 383 497 122 724 419 17 115 835 389 542 146 613 293 Incentives Paid for Installed Systems 1 955 842 14 922 245 2 530 947 42 350 19 451 384 Total Installed Capacity W kBtu day 858 910 24 530 869 130 291 372 000 Est Annual kWh yr 1 580 929 28 828 255 5 034 535 Leveraged Dollars 1 SSREIP 6 53 other funding Vermont Renewable Energy Incentive Amount as Percentage of Total Installed cost Through First Quarter 2014 2004 March 31 2014 Data shows all VT REIP funding sources state federal and utility PV Incentive of Cost SHW Incentive of Cost Wind Incentive

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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - Funders
    come from the following entities Past funder Past funder Past funder Is there anything wrong with this page Renewable Energy Resource Center a project of the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation RERC provides consumers with information and program application forms for the Vermont SSREIP The SSREIP is a program designed and funded by the CEDF The RERC also provides information on the economic and environmental benefits of renewable energy and locates

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