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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - Retired Incentives
    Pilot Program End users in the Special Customer Pilot Program were not eligible for the Efficiency Adder Special Category Community Solar As of July 25th 2014 entities in the Special Customer Category were eligible to purchase solar capacity or output of off site group net metered systems less than 500 kW in size of up to 10 kW and receive the normal Special Customer incentive These incentive payments were made directly to the Special Category customer Electric Vehicle Adder As of July 25 2014 the SSREIP piloted a public electric vehicle charging station level 2 or higher adder of 1 000 for PV systems installed by Special Customers The program was limited to 10 systems first come first serve Wind Only grid connected wind systems were eligible for incentives All new systems were required to include the components necessary to result in a functional independent system All systems must comply with all applicable requirements of the current version of Vermont Public Service Board Rule 5 100 See table below for historic wind incentive structures Micro Hydro Only grid connected micro hydro energy systems were eligible for incentives All new systems must include the components necessary to result in a functional independent system All micro hydro systems must comply with state and federal laws for hydroelectric systems Upgrades to existing systems were eligible and may include Upgrades or equipment improvements to generating and water handling equipment permitted changes to intakes penstock or raceways resulting in increased energy output Micro hydro systems were incentivized at 1 75 per 3ft gallon minute up to 8 750 for residential and commercial industrial customers and at 3 50 per 3ft gallon minute up to 17 500 for Special Category customers Efficiency Adder The Efficiency Adder was made available to solar customers who received an energy audit or installed measures recommended in the energy audit report provided by a certified contractor or auditor Qualifying work was performed within a certain timeframe prior to reservation approval or while the reservation remained open In 2014 the definition of qualifying work expanded to include the installation of heat pumps even if the audit report did not specifically recommend the measure due to the technology being relatively new The Efficiency Adder was provided at 0 15 Watt up to 350 for residential customers and up to 450 for commercial industrial and Special Category customers Wind and micro hydro systems were ineligible to receive the Efficiency Adder Historic Incentive Structures Solar Electric Year Customer Category Calculation Max Base Amount 2012 1 2012 2 Residential Standard 0 65 Watt 6 500 Residential Leasing 0 65 Watt 6 500 Commercial Standard 0 60 Watt 36 000 Commercial Leasing 0 60 Watt 36 000 Special Category Standard 2 25 Watt for first 10 kW 1 50 Watt for 10 60 kW 97 500 Special Category Leasing 0 60 Watt 36 000 2012 3 Residential Standard 0 55 Watt 5 500 Residential Leasing 0 55 Watt 5 500 Commercial Standard 0 55 Watt for first

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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - Contact
    402 Burlington VT USA 05401 Toll Free Hotline 1 877 888 7372 Fax 802 658 1643 Email info rerc vt org 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

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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - What is the Vermont Small Scale Renewable Energy Incentive Program (SSREIP)?
    2003 and signed into law by Governor Douglas on June 17 2003 The Renewable Energy Resource Center RERC a project of the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation administers the incentive program and provides consumer education and support services relative to the program 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

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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - Are there any new program policies for fiscal year 2016 (starting July 2015)?
    no longer available The micro hydro incentive for all customer categories has been retired and is no longer available The Advanced Wood Pellet Heating System incentive has been increased from 2 000 to 2 500 per unit Please visit here for more information on this program Base efficiency has been increased to 85 Base particulates emissions is 0 08 lbs MMBtu for PM2 5 A new 500 Thermal Efficiency Adder is available A new 500 Pellet Storage Upgrade Adder is available for pellet storage systems that have at least 20 days of storage under peak load conditions base incentive still requires at least 14 days The High Performance Adder has been eliminated Eligibility is extended to pellet systems replacing non EPA certified wood burning appliances systems even if there is no direct reduction in fossil fuel use In 2015 we plan to include a pilot program to incentivize the installation of up to twenty five solar air heating systems that will track the cost effectiveness of these systems More information will be available in Q3 2015 The Efficiency Adder is no longer available Is there anything wrong with this page Renewable Energy Resource Center a project of the Vermont Energy

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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - Is there a new incentive structure for fiscal year 2016 (starting July 2015)?
    Incentive Thermal Efficiency Adder Pellet Storage Adder 2 500 unit 5 000 500 flat 500 flat Solar Hot Water Incentive Calculation Maximum Incentive Residential 0 40 kWh year 3 000 Commercial Industrial 0 40 kWh year 16 500 Special Category 0 80 kWh year 45 000 Is there anything wrong with this page Renewable Energy Resource Center a project of the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation RERC provides consumers with information

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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - Are there limits on the total amount of incentives per customer?
    Hot Water 16 500 Advanced Wood Pellet Heating 100kW 340k Btus per unit 6 000 including adders Special Category Customer Municipalities Non Profit Housing Authorities Public Schools Solar Hot Water 45 000 or 50 of installed cost whichever is less Advanced Wood Pellet Heating 100kW 340k Btus per unit 6 000 including adders Is there anything wrong with this page Renewable Energy Resource Center a project of the Vermont Energy

    Original URL path: http://www.rerc-vt.org/Contents/Item/Display/138 (2016-05-01)
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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - What types of renewable energy systems qualify?
    rating from the Solar Rating Certification Corporation SRCC or an equivalent organization All systems must comply with the 2009 Vermont Plumbing Rules Upgrades to existing solar hot water systems are also eligible but to be eligible and upgrade must include new collectors with a rated output of at least 15 kBtu day Solar Hot Water incentives are available for public swimming pools for Special Category customers only Advanced Wood Pellet Heating Rebates are for new high efficiency wood pellet boilers or furnaces utilized as primary central heating systems and reduce fossil fuel usage e g oil propane kerosene or replace old non EPA approved wood heat systems 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 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 Is there anything wrong with this page Renewable Energy Resource Center a project of the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation RERC

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  • The Renewable Energy Resource Center - What guidelines or requirements apply to system installation?
    and employee of the Reserving Partner or under contract by the Reserving Partner must have expertise in the design and installation of the relevant type of system and must provide on site review of the installation and be on site to complete the final inspection before commissioning All systems must be installed in accordance with manufacturer s recommendations and all applicable local state and federal codes and permits Solar hot

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