I just bought a new home that came with qualified appliances. Can I apply for them?

If you can work with the builder to get itemized receipts for each appliance, and the completed application can be postmarked within 90 days of the original purchase, then yes. Receipts must list the model number of the appliance, the date purchased, the price paid as well as the name and location of the retailer.

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On my Incentive Application, it mentions my home may be inspected. What does this mean?

Your home may be selected for a random inspection to verify the information on the application and ensure proper installation. Applications will not be processed until the inspection is complete.

If you are chosen for inspection, the inspector will call you to make an appointment. An inspection on average takes 20-30 minutes but can go longer if the work was not completed to program requirements. The inspector will contact the contractor if the work was not completed to program requirements.

Where do I find the model number for my appliance?

Model numbers can be found inside the door or on the back of the unit. However, model number locations can differ by manufacturer and appliance type. If you are not able to find the model number on your appliance, the model number can be found on your receipt. If your retail receipt does not have the model number, you may find it on the manual or on the manufacturer's website.

For light fixtures the model number should be on the box on or near the UPC code/barcode.

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.

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