Nevada residential gas customers who want to use solar energy to heat their homes, along with small businesses, schools and public buildings, are eligible to participate in a new rebate program from NV Energy. Residential and small-business customers can apply for a 30% rebate, while schools and public buildings can apply for a 50% rebate.
Rebates amounts are as follows:
- Residential: $14.50 per therm or the lesser of 30% of the system cost up to $3,000.
- Small businesses: $14.50 per therm or the lesser of 30% of the system cost up to $7,500,
- Schools: $19 per therm or the lesser of 50% of the system cost up to $30,000.
- Public buildings: $19 per therm or the lesser of 50% of the system cost up to $30,000.
“This program provides an opportunity for Nevada residents to add a renewable energy component to the heating systems for their homes and businesses,” said John Hargrove, manager of energy efficiency and conservation for NV Energy.
For more information about the program, applications and a list of qualified contractors, visit the RenewableGenerations page on NV Energy’s website.
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