What is an NFRC Sticker?

An NFRC sticker is a sticker on each window that details the energy performance ratings for windows. Often each pane of each window will have one. In order to receive an incentive, an NFRC sticker or a copy of each must be provided for each window. Manufacturer’s specification sheets are also acceptable if stickers cannot be submitted. Here is an example of an NFRC sticker:

Room Air Conditioners

Keep cool and save with efficient room AC

Participating retailers offer discount pricing on qualified room air conditioners. ENERGY STAR® rated models use far less energy than standard units so you can beat the heat while keeping your costs down. They also stand out by offering quiet operation, smart timer capabilities and superior comfort.

Central Air Conditioners

Important! Effective June 10, 2019. Customer incentives are no longer available for Central Air Conditioners and Gas Furnaces w/ ECMs. Rocky Mountain Power is working directly with distributors and manufacturers to drive market transformation by improving stocking practices and increasing the availability of more energy efficient HVAC equipment in the marketplace.

I bought my products at Home Depot and provided a receipt. Why would I need to provide a Home Depot Special Services Customer Invoice?

For certain products, such as clothes washers, Home Depot register receipts do not include model numbers. The Special Services Customer Invoice does, which allows us to process your application in a timely manner. If you have misplaced your customer invoice you can contact Home Depot with the customer agreement number from your register receipt and they will print a new one for you.

Home Depot special services receipt

Gas Furnaces

Important! Effective June 10, 2019. Customer incentives are no longer available for Central Air Conditioners and Gas Furnaces w/ ECMs. Rocky Mountain Power is working directly with distributors and manufacturers to drive market transformation by improving stocking practices and increasing the availability of more energy efficient HVAC equipment in the marketplace.

Attic Insulation

Don’t hesitate. Insulate.

Upgrade your insulation and earn cash back for every square foot. There’s no easier way to prepare your home for the chill of winter and the dog days of summer. By installing qualified insulation, you can save up to $1,000 a year on heating and cooling costs, which makes this simple upgrade the very definition of wattsmart.

New Homes

Build for efficiency and earn your rewards

Rocky Mountain Power offers builders the opportunity to receive cash incentives for building homes that are more efficient than current energy code requires. Stand out and show your commitment to quality with homes that deliver superior comfort, greater durability, and lower energy costs.

Evaporative Coolers

Cool down your home and your energy bill

Receive an instant discount on evaporative coolers. Qualified permanently installed models can use up to 75 percent less energy than central AC to cool the same amount of space. Plus, they can cost about half as much to purchase as a comparable central AC system.

Energy-Efficient Light Bulbs

Twist and save with efficient LEDs

Participating retailers offer discount pricing on qualified LED (light-emitting diode) bulbs. There’s no easier or quicker way to get on the path to greater home energy savings. Make the switch to ENERGY STAR® rated LED bulbs and lower your lighting costs by up to 75 percent. Look for our in-store signage to find specially priced bulbs.

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