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Commercial & Industrial Bulk Fuel-Fed Wood Pellet Central Heating Systems

AS OF JUNE 1, 2018

The Commission has authorized the temporary closure of all rebate programs except the Residential Solar Water Heating Rebate program. Further, Step 1 applications received or postmarked, on or after June 1, 2018 will be returned to applicants and not placed on a waitlist.

No further action will be taken with these programs until the alternative compliance payment revenue is fully reconciled and the FY 19 program requirements and allocations are determined.

5-29-2018 Staff Recommendation

6-1-2018 Secretarial Letter Issued Fiscal Year 2018 Renewable Energy Fund

This program offers a rebate payment of 40% of the heating appliance(s) and installation cost, up to a maximum of $65,000, for investments in  non-residential bulk-fuel fed wood pellet boilers and furnaces of 2.5 million BTU or less, that become operational, serving designed intent and installer-certified on or after July 9, 2016.  The following additional rebates are also available:

  • A rebate of 30% of the thermal storage tank and related components, up to $5,000 is available. 
  • A rebate of $5,000 is available to assist in the cost of meters for systems that become REC eligible. (The application for REC eligibility must be received by the PUC before payment of the Step 2 rebate.)

This program is open to businesses, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, governmental or municipal entities, or multi-family residences of 4 units or greater, that do not qualify for a rebate under the residential wood pellet rebate program.  For complete program details, please refer to the STEP 1:  REBATE PRE-APPROVAL APPLICATION form below or contact Sustainable Energy Division,