AGENDA MEMORANDUM

 

Meeting Date:           January 24, 2011

 

From:                          Paul Kalv, Electric Director

 

Subject:                      Resolution authorizing an Energy Efficiency & Appliance Rebates Program.

 

 

Staff Recommendation:

Staff recommends adoption of the Energy Efficiency & Appliance Rebates Program.

 

Analysis:

Leesburg is committed to finding new ways to meet future electricity demand and manage increasing energy costs while reducing the impact of electricity generation on the environment.  While Leesburg’s first initiative and continuing top priority is designed to reduce the monthly peak demand, conservation and energy efficiency are the ultimate objectives that should also be incorporated into our resource planning.

 

Together, demand response, conservation, and energy efficiency will provide capacity and energy savings, lower fuel costs, defer generation investment, and reduce required reserves.

 

Given the high cost of building new generation, it is much less expensive to save kilowatt-hours by using power more efficiently than it is to build a new power plant to provide additional kilowatt-hours.  Encouraging increased utility and customer investment in conservation and energy efficiency also supports Leesburg’s 2020 Vision.

 

2020 Vision

Leesburg will operate the best and most secure electric grid available in the country by the year 2020 by incorporating information and control technologies that can support four goals: (1) empowering consumers, (2) rewarding conservation and energy efficiency, (3) improving distribution reliability and resiliency, and (4) expanding the use renewable energy, distributed generation, and alternative technologies.

 

Energy efficiency:

_ Helps Leesburg mitigate increasing energy costs

_ Provides customers with tools to save energy and have more control over their energy bills

_ Helps meet the future growth in electricity demand

_ Demonstrates environmental stewardship by reducing SO2, NOx and greenhouse gas emissions

_ Improves Leesburg’s ability to respond to climate change laws or regulations

_ Helps the local economy by supporting local businesses

 

Replacing old energy-hogging appliances with energy efficient appliances that exceed the minimum requirements for new installations can create major savings on monthly energy bills.  While cost-effective in the long-run, the added initial investment in “higher than the minimum required efficiency” appliances may not be affordable in the short-term. To help encourage Leesburg customers to increase their investment in energy efficiency measures and appliances, staff proposes that Leesburg offer rebates for qualified building efficiency measures like additional insulation and duct testing and sealing and higher efficiency appliances like air-conditioners, heat pumps, and solar and natural gas water heaters.

 

The proposed rebate program will be funded from cash collected by the Florida Municipal Power Agency (FMPA) All Requirements Project (ARP) member utilities during the last three years.

 

Beginning in October 2008, ARP member utilities self funded a $1 million Conservation Program at the rate of $0.15/MWh based on each ARP member’s energy ratio share for Calendar Year 2007.  The Conservation Program was similarly funded for FY 10, but at a lower total Program level of $525,000.  For FY 11, the Conservation Program was funded at $750,000.

 

Leesburg currently has $171,106.00 available in this Conservation Program account to fund the proposed Energy Efficiency & Appliance Rebates.  Staff recommends the proposed Energy Efficiency & Appliance Rebate be terminated when available funds are depleted.  Continuation of the program by FMPA beyond the current funding may be considered during the 2012 FMPA budget process.  Leesburg’s funding during the three years has been $65,602, $42,229, and $63,275 respectively.  While continued funding in the near-term is likely, it is uncertain at this time.

 

Leesburg’s Approach:

While many ARP utilities began spending available funds three years ago by giving away CFL lights and offering appliance rebates, Leesburg concentrated on obtaining ARRA grant funding and completing the initial DOE project planning documents required to obtain federal funding.  With the Smart Grid project planning complete and technology selections on the horizon, now is an appropriate time for Leesburg to encourage customer investments in improved efficiency measures and higher efficiency appliances.

 

While many ARP utilities are offering a wide variety of rebate opportunities, staff recommends Leesburg investments be focused on the highest energy users in homes to maximize the return on investment for the customer and our electric utility.  One major Florida utility reports that replacing an older unit with a heat pump rated at 15 SEER can reduce heating and cooling costs by 19 percent.

 

As part of a replacement of an air conditioner or heat pump that is 10 or more years old, it is generally a good idea to inspect the air distribution ducts. The most common areas of older homes where repairs may be needed include the seal connecting the ducts to the air handler, the seal connecting the ducts to the return system, the seal between the vents and the ceiling, and leaks in the ducts themselves.  A common method to seal ducts years ago was with specialty tape that over time looses adhesion, thus causing leaks.  The modern method is to cover the tape with mastic.  Electric supply to ceiling lights, recessed lighting, and other unsealed holes in the ceiling are also common sources of conditioned air leakage.  The adverse effects of these conditioned space leaks become worse with the use of attic fans or roof mounted turbines that actually draw the conditioned air into the attic.

 

Significant improvements have been made in duct sealing materials over the years and again, a major Florida utility reports that properly sealed ducts can help save up to $280 a year in energy costs.  If an initial visual inspection of the condition of the ducts suggests a duct test is warranted, staff recommends Leesburg reimburse half (to a maximum of $30) of the typical cost of a duct test, and if warranted, then half (to a maximum rebate of $150) of the cost of duct repair, if needed.

 

Owners of many older homes find the insulation has settled over the years.  Upgrading from an R-11 insulation level to R-30, customers can save up to $90 a year in energy costs.  Staff recommends Leesburg reimburse the installation of additional insulation to R-30 at a rate of $0.125/sq.ft. to a maximum rebate of $275.  Where there is no insulation, Staff recommends Leesburg reimburse the installation of additional insulation to R-30 at a rate of $0.40/sq.ft. to a maximum rebate of $300.

 

The third biggest user of energy following air conditioning and water heating is the refrigerator/freezer.

 

Based on an analysis of the estimated Megawatt Hours (MWH) saved during the life of the efficiency measure or appliance and rebate at levels generally offered by Florida utilities a measure for cost effectiveness can be developed in the form of dollars per MWH saved.  Table 1 below lists the most common measures offered by Florida utilities from most cost effective to least cost effective with Leesburg staff notes.

 

Table 1. Ranking Conservation Measures by Cost Effectiveness

Energy Efficiency Measure

$/ MWH Saved

Notes

Programmable thermostats

$6.19

To be deployed in our Smart Grid project

Solar water heater

$14.15

 

Duct leak repair

$15.02

 

A/C & HP rebate

$15.10

 

Room A/C

$19.56

 

Attic insulation

$22.48

 

Solar window film

$24.34

 

 

Not Recommended

Refrigerator

$27.70

Clothes washer

$31.33

Freezer

$56.39

Central A/C annual check

$63.13

Dish washer

$67.34

 

 

Table 2 below provides a sampling of other utility Energy Efficiency & Appliance rebates.

 

Table 2. Comparison of Utility Offerings

Measure

Leesburg

Recommended

FPUA

GRU

OUC

PEF

FPL

Beaches

KUA

Keys

GCS

LW

JEA

A/C – or

Heat Pump

Varies - Detailed

Varies - Detailed

$300-$550

HP SEER

14=$200

15=$400

16=$600

≤ $350

Varies - Detailed

HP SEER

14 =100

15 =300

 

$250

$350

$250

 

Duct Test

50%  ≤ $30

 

50%  ≤ $30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Duct Repair

50%  ≤ 150

 

50%

≤ $375

50%

≤ $300

≤ 150

 

≤ 150

$75

≤ $150

 

 

 

Attic Insulation

Addition

12.5¢/s.f.

≤ $275

New $0.40¢/s.f.

≤ $300

 

Add ≤ $275

New ≤ $300

12.5¢/s.f.

≤ $375

$100 +10¢/s.f.

 ≤ $400

Varies

2,000 s.f.

R19: $100

R30: $135

≤ $300

≤ 300

≤ $100

 

 

 

 

Room A/C

$100

$150

 

 

 

 

 

 

$75

 

$100

$25

Refrigerator

 

$50

 

 

 

 

 

 

$75

$75

$100

$25

Clothes Washer

 

$50

 

 

 

 

 

 

$100

$100

$100

$25

Dish Washer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$55

 

$75

$25

Freezer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$75

 

$100

 

Solar Water Heater

$450

$450

 

 

$450

 

$500

 

$450

$300

$450

$400-

$800

Annual A/C Check

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$75

 

 

 

 

Natural Gas Water Heater

$250

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Specifics of the proposed Energy Efficiency and Appliance Rebate program:

 

Funding: $171,106.00 currently in a Leesburg Conservation Program account at FMPA.

 

Use of Funds: Restricted to Commission approved energy efficiency measures and appliances and rebate levels.  Available only to City of Leesburg electric customers on a first-come, first served basis.  The offering is subject to change without notice and will end when available funds are expended.

 

Rebates applicable for:

1.      Solar Hot Water Heater

2.      Heat Pump Hot Water Heater

3.      Replacement of air conditioning units  and Heat Pumps

4.      Duct Leak Repair

5.      Additional Attic Insulation

6.      New Energy Star rated window air conditioners

7.      Natural Gas Water Heaters

Additional Requirements:

1. Available only to existing customer owned and occupied residential dwelling units.

2. Air conditioning unit to be replaced must be 10 years or older.

3. For split systems, both condensing unit and air handler must be replaced.

4. To receive the air conditioning or heat pump incentive, the unit must meet or exceed both the SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) and the EER (Energy Efficiency Ratio) minimum requirement.

5. Leesburg electric must be notified in advance of work to be performed and a Leesburg electric representative will verify that the proposed work qualifies for the rebate and that funds are available.

6. Rebates will be made after verifying the installation of the efficiency measure and on-site inspection by a Leesburg electric representative, to assure compliance with program requirements.

7. Mechanical inspections for all installations requiring full permits must be arranged through the appropriate Leesburg, Fruitland Park, or Lake County Building Departments. HVAC equipment must be installed in accordance with the applicable Energy/Mechanical/Electrical Codes.

Contractors:  All Contractors licensed by the State of Florida to perform the requested service (HVAC, Insulation, etc.) are eligible to participate in this program.  Contractors will provide recommendations and cost estimates for home energy improvements, plus expected rebates.  Leesburg recommends customers request bids from more than one contractor.  Leesburg pays rebates only for work performed by a licensed Company.  Contractor licenses can be verified at www.myfloridalicense.com. The Contractor will complete the rebate application and obtain confirmation from the Leesburg Electric Department representative that the proposed work qualifies for the rebate requested.

The customer contracts directly with the Contractor of their choice.  The City of Leesburg is not a party to the contractual transaction.

 

The Contractor will arrange for a final inspection by a Leesburg representative.  After the Leesburg representative confirms the completed work, the customer will sign the final inspection report and pay the contractor for services rendered*.

 

* The customer should pay for services when satisfied with the work and it passes the Leesburg inspection to qualify for the rebate.  Leesburg requires Contractors provide a minimum 1-year warranty on all materials, parts, and workmanship.

 

Mobile homes and manufactured homes are eligible for air conditioner or heat pump rebates only.  Other energy efficiency improvements cannot be rebated for mobile or manufactured homes due to construction code differences.

 

Resolving Post-Inspection Problems:  The product manufacturer or contractor’s warranty may cover problems that arise after final inspection. It is the customer’s responsibility to pursue any recourse with the appropriate party.  If the customer cannot reach an agreement, the customer should provide the contractor written notice of the problem, the solution requested, and a reasonable deadline to remedy the problem. If a solution still cannot be reached, contact Leesburg electric at (352) 728-9816.

 

Method of payment:  Approved rebate amounts will be credited to the customer’s Leesburg utility account.

 

Administration: The program will be administered by existing electric department staff.

 

Options:

1.  Adopt the Energy Efficiency and Appliance Rebate Program as presented; or,

2.  Such alternative action as the Commission may deem appropriate

 

Fiscal Impact

No impact to the Electric Department Operating Budget and Capital Budget.  A savings in power supply costs can be anticipated over time.  It should be anticipated that there will be an administrative impact on the Customer Service Unit for the ongoing adjustments to customer bills related to the program.  In addition, Customer Service will be working with the Electric Department with other issues related to the ongoing administration of the program. 

 

Submission Date and Time:    1/19/2011 4:23 PM____

 

Department: __Electric_______________

Prepared by:  __Paul Kalv____________                      

Attachments:         Yes___   No _X____

Advertised:   ____Not Required ______                     

Dates:   __________________________                     

Attorney Review :       Yes_X_  No ____

                                                

_________________________________           

Revised 6/10/04

 

Reviewed by: Dept. Head _Paul Kalv_

 

Finance  Dept. _____JB___________                                     

                              

Deputy C.M. ___________________                                                                         

Submitted by:

City Manager ___________________

 

Account No. _________________

 

Project No. ___________________

 

WF No. ______________________

 

Budget  ______________________

 

Available _____________________

 

 

 

 

 

RESOLUTION NO. _________

 

 

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF LEESBURG, FLORIDA, ADOPTING THE LEESBURG ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND APPLIANCE REBATE PROGRAM; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 

 

 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF LEESBURG, FLORIDA:

 

THAT the Mayor and City Commission hereby adopts the Leesburg Energy Efficiency and Appliance Rebate Program providing rebates as follows:

 

Leesburg Energy Efficiency and Appliance Rebate Program

Solar Hot Water Heater                                                                                                                      Rebate Amount $450

Date of Installation:_______________ Collector Sq ft:_______ Collector Manufacturer___________________________

Model# :_______________________ FSEC Certification:______________________ Type : Passive/Active (Circle One)

Tank Capacity:_______________________ Tank Manufacturer:_______________________________

Contractor Information:_____________________________________________________________________________

                                                                 (Name                                                             Address                                                                                                                         Phone Number)

Attach: 1. Original contractor invoice. 2. FSEC Certification. Limited to: One (1) rebate per residential electric customer.  Unit must be installed by a licensed Florida contractor.  The solar hot water heater system must be new. 

Heat Pump Hot Water Heater                                                                                                           Rebate Amount $650

Date of Installation:_______________ Manufacturer/Model# :_______________   Tank Capacity:_____________

Contractor Information:_____________________________________________________________________________

                                                             (Name                                                          Address                                                                                                                                Phone Number)

Attach: 1. Original contractor invoice. 2. Unit may be installed by homeowner.  Limited to: One (1) rebate per residential electric customer.  The heat pump hot water heater system must be new. 

Conventional Natural Gas Water Heater                                                                                           Rebate Amount $250

Date of Installation:_______________ Manufacturer/Model# :_______________   Tank Capacity:_____________

Contractor Information:_____________________________________________________________________________

                                                             (Name                                                          Address                                                                                                                                Phone Number)

Attach: 1. Original contractor invoice. 2. Unit may be installed by homeowner.  Limited to: One (1) rebate per residential electric customer.  The heat pump hot water heater system must be new. 

Tankless Natural Gas Water Heater                                                                                                 Rebate Amount $550

Date of Installation:_______________ Manufacturer/Model# :_______________   Tank Capacity:_____________

Contractor Information:_____________________________________________________________________________

                                                             (Name                                                          Address                                                                                                                                Phone Number)

Attach: 1. Original contractor invoice. 2. Unit may be installed by homeowner.  Limited to: One (1) rebate per residential electric customer.  The heat pump hot water heater system must be new. 

Added Insulation    Rebate Amount $0.125/sq. ft. to achieve R-30 (Maximum Rebate $275)       $_____________

New Insulation        Rebate Amount $0.40/sq. ft. R-30 (Maximum Rebate $300)                             $_____________

Contractor Information:_____________________________________________________________________________

                                                             (Name                                                        Address                                                                                                                                  Phone Number)

Attic  Date Installed:  ________  Square Footage: _____    Brand & Type: _______    Depth: ____    R-Value:  ______

Attach: 1. Original contractor invoice. 2. Completed Insulation Contractor form (to be completed by the contractor). Limited to: One (1) rebate per residential electric customer (2) Valid only for existing air-conditioned owner occupied homes.  Minimum addition of R-19 insulation to existing attic levels.  R-30 for adding new insulation.  Insulation must be installed by a licensed Florida contractor.

Duct Leak Test               Rebate Amount Up To 50% of Test Cost (Maximum Rebate $30)              $______________

Duct Leak Repair          Rebate Amount Up To 50% of Repair Cost (Maximum Rebate $150)      $______________

 Contractor Information:__________________________________________________________________________

                                                                 (Name                                                    Address                                                                                                                                  Phone Number)

Attach: 1. Original receipt. Limited to: One (1) rebate per residential electric customer. 2. Complete Contractor Duct Repair Form

Energy Star Room Air Conditioner                                                                                                   Rebate Amount $150

Date of Installation:_____________ Manufacturer #_____________________ Model #__________________________

SEER_________ EER__________ Capacity (BTU/Hr)____________Type of Unit: Window/Package/Split (Circle One)

 Attach: 1. Original receipt. Limited to: Two (2) rebates per residential electric customer.  Units 10,000 BTU’s or larger.  Minimum EER10.7

 

 

 

Residential High Efficiency Central Air Conditioner Systems        Equipment to be replaced must be 10 years or older.

Attach: 1. Original receipt. 2. Completed Residential High Efficiency Central Air Conditioner Contractor form (must be completed by the contractor). 3. Copy of permit.  Limited to: Two (2) rebates per residential electric customer. 

Residential HVAC – Straight Cool – Air Cooled System                                         Rebate Amount______

REBATE DOLLARS

 

COOLING CAPACITY

BTUH

FROM   

                   TO

SEER

FROM  14.0

TO   14.9

SEER

FROM  15.0

TO   15.9

SEER

FROM  16.0

TO   16.9

SEER

FROM  17.0

TO   17.9

SEER

FROM  18.0

TO   18.9

SEER

FROM  19.0

TO   19.9

SEER

>20.0

<21000

$125

$220

$305

$390

$445

$500

$570

21000                     26999

$140

$265

$405

$515

$585

$670

$755

27000                     32999

$165

$320

$500

$640

$740

$840

$950

33000                     38999

$210

$375

$585

$770

$880

$1,005

$1,130

39000                     44999

$265

$475

$685

$895

$1,035

$1,175

$1,330

45000                     50999

$305

$545

$780

$1,020

$1,175

$1,340

$1,510

51000                     56999

$375

$640

$895

$1,145

$1,330

$1,510

$1,705

57000                     65000

$430

$725

$1,005

$1,285

$1,495

$1,705

$1,930

 

BTUH

 

EER

FROM  11.0

TO   11.9

EER

FROM  12.0

TO   12.9

EER

FROM  13.0

TO   13.9

EER

FROM  14.0

TO   14.9

EER

FROM  15.0

TO   15.9

EER

FROM  16.0

TO   16.9

EER

>17.0

>65000

$630

$975

$1,185

$1,375

$1,650

$1,900

$2,100

Residential HVAC – Central Heat Pump – Air Cooled                                           Rebate Amount______

REBATE DOLLARS

 

COOLING CAPACITY

BTUH

FROM                        TO

SEER

FROM  14.0

TO   14.9

SEER

FROM  15.0

TO   15.9

SEER

FROM  16.0

TO   16.9

SEER

FROM  17.0

TO   17.9

SEER

FROM  18.0

TO   18.9

SEER

FROM  19.0

TO   19.9

SEER

>20.0

<21000

$125

$220

$305

$390

$445

$500

$570

21000                     26999

$140

$265

$405

$515

$585

$670

$755

27000                     32999

$165

$320

$500

$640

$740

$840

$950

33000                     38999

$210

$375

$585

$770

$880

$1,005

$1,130

39000                     44999

$265

$475

$685

$895

$1,035

$1,175

$,1330

45000                     50999

$305

$545

$780

$1,020

$1,175

$1,340

$1,510

51000                     56999

$375

$640

$895

$1,145

$1,330

$1,510

$1,705

57000                     65000

$430

$725

$1,005

$1,285

$1,495

$1,705

$1,930

 

BTUH

 

EER

FROM  11.0

TO   11.9

EER

FROM  12.0

TO   12.9

EER

FROM  13.0

TO   13.9

EER

FROM  14.0

TO   14.9

EER

FROM  15.0

TO   15.9

EER

FROM  16.0

TO   16.9

EER

>17.0

>65000

$630

$975

$1,185

$1,375

$1,650

$1,900

$2,100

Residential HVAC – Straight Cool and Heat Pump – Water Cooled                    Rebate Amount______

REBATE DOLLARS

 

COOLING CAPACITY

BTUH

FROM                        TO

EER

FROM  13.0

TO   13.9

EER

FROM  14.0

TO   14.9

EER

FROM  15.0

TO   15.9

EER

FROM  16.0

TO   16.9

EER

FROM  16.0

TO   17.9

EER

FROM  18.0

TO   18.9

EER

>19.0

<15000

$  50

$  85

$115

$140

$160

$180

$200

15000                     20999

$  80

$130

$170

$210

$240

$270

$295

21000                     26999

$110

$170

$230

$285

$325

$360

$395

27000                     32999

$135

$215

$280

$355

$400

$450

$495

33000                     38999

$165

$265

$340

$425

$480

$540

$595

39000                     44999

$190

$300

$400

$495

$565

$630

$690

45000                     50999

$215

$350

$460

$565

$640

$720

$790

51000                     56000

$245

$390

$520

$635

$730

$810

$890

57000                     65000

$275

$430

$575

$705

$805

$910

$1,000

>65000

$400

$555

$700

$830

$930

$1,035

$1,125

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Application and Additional Terms and Conditions of the Rebate

Application

§ An application for a rebate must be completed by contractor or customer then approved by the Leesburg representative.

§ A copy of the proof of purchase by customer must be attached and mailed (or delivered) to the City of Leesburg Electric Department within 30 days of purchase.  The proof of purchase must include the customer name, address, and date of purchase.

Additional Terms; Rebate Credit

§  The City of Leesburg (LEESBURG) reserves the right to:

§  Withhold payment of any rebate until any identified problems with the applications are resolved.

§  Terminate this rebate in whole or in part due to the recipient’s failure to fulfill the terms and conditions in this document, or due to non-appropriation of necessary funds.

§  Alter and/or terminate the rebate program at any time and without notice to customer.

§  All rebates are subject to funding availability.  LEESBURG may cancel a rebate at any time prior to payment, without notice, due to lack of available funds.

§  Rebates may take between 4-8 weeks for processing. 

§  Rebates will be in the form of a credit on one or more of customer’s electric utility bills.  In no event shall any rebate credit on a monthly customer bill exceed the amount owed by customer.  In the event that a qualifying customer is in default of any payment obligations to LEESBURG, LEESBURG may, in its sole discretion, apply the rebate as a credit against such default amounts. 

Limit of Liability; Indemnification

§ In no way shall LEESBURG be liable for, and Customer hereby agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless LEESBURG, its subsidiaries or affiliates, and their respective employees, officers and directors, from and against any and all liability, loss, damage, cost or expense, including attorney's fees, that may be caused by, due to, occasioned by, or otherwise arising out of the installation, operation, misoperation, or use of Customer’s Qualifying Energy Efficient Equipment.

§ Customer acknowledges and agrees that in no event shall any statement, representation, or lack thereof, either express or implied, by LEESBURG, relieve the Customer of exclusive responsibility for the Customer's system. Specifically, LEESBURG’s approval of the rebate application, payment of the rebate, or any LEESBURG inspection of the Qualifying Energy Efficient Equipment shall not be construed as confirming or endorsing the system design or its operating or maintenance procedures nor as a warranty or guarantee as to the safety, reliability, or durability of the Qualifying Energy Efficient Equipment.

Renewable Energy Credits; Green Attributes

§ By participating in this program, customer agrees that Utility shall have the sole right to obtain and retain ownership of, and to qualify for and receive the full benefit of, any and all existing and future credits, certificates, benefits, environmental attributes, emissions reductions, offsets and/or allowances, however entitled, attributable to the purchase, installation and/or operation of the Qualifying Energy Efficient Equipment.

 


Customer Qualifications: Form may be completed by Contractor or Customer and must be reviewed and signed by the customer of record and submitted within 30 days of service/installation. Rebate is subject to approval, is contingent upon availability of funds and may be discontinued without prior notification.  Onsite verification may be required. In the event that a customer is in default of any payment obligation to the City of Leesburg, the City of Leesburg may apply the rebate as a credit against such default amounts. 

 

I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge, the requirements of the rebate policy and the requirements above have been met, that the equipment listed above is installed at the address listed and, if requested, I will allow a City of Leesburg representative to physically inspect the installation.  In addition, I certify that I have not previously received or applied for other utility incentives or rebates for the improvements on this application.  By participating in this program, customer agrees that the City of Leesburg shall have the sole right to obtain and retain ownership of, and to qualify for and receive the full benefit of, any and all existing and future credits, certificates, benefits, environmental attributes, emissions reductions, offsets and/or allowances, however entitled, attributable to the purchase, installation and/or operation of the above rebates.                                   

 

 

 

______________________________                    ____________

Customer Signature                                                                               Date

 

 

 

             This resolution shall become effective upon passage.

 

PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Commission of the City of Leesburg, Florida, at a regular meeting held the __24th___ day of _January________ 2011.

 

 

 

                                                                            ________________________________

                                                                             Mayor

 

ATTEST:

 

 

____________________________________

City Clerk