HVAC

Idaho Falls Power's Commercial HVAC program provides rebates and zero-interest loans for a variety of conservation measures, including:
    
  • Air source heat pumps
  • Ductless heat pumps
  • HVAC control improvements/VFD
  • Thermostats
  • Insulation

For more information about incentives and loan programs for your building upgrades, call (208) 612-8143. 

Qualifications for Rebate
The building must receive its electric service from Idaho Falls Power.
An energy audit must be performed on the building by IFP Energy Services prior to the purchase and/or installation of an energy conservation measure.

Rebates will be issued to the customer after purchase, installation and utility inspection. Upon project completion and approval by IFP, rebate checks will be issued to the customer. Rebate checks generally take 3-6 weeks to arrive.

Qualifications for Loan
The building must receive its electricity service from Idaho Falls Power.
An energy audit must be performed on the building by IFP Energy Services prior to the purchase and/or installation of an energy conservation measure.

IFP issues the payment to the Contractor for the allowable loan amount. It is the customer's responsibility to pay the Contractor for costs in excess of the program loan amount.

The loan amount will be added to the utility bill and will be payable in equal monthly installments in addition to regular utility charges. The monthly loan amount will appear as a separate line item on the utility bill and payment can be submitted with the regular utility payment.


Loan Terms

The program provides up to 100 percent of the actual cost of installing energy conservation measures for qualifying customers, not to exceed $25,000 for lighting projects or $50,000 for custom projects. Rebates are also available for up to 50 percent of the cost of installing qualifying measures in lieu of the loan program.


The applicant has 60 months to repay the loan and is assessed a $25 administration charge. There is no interest and the minimum loan amount is $500.

If the applicant moves, ownership changes or nonpayment occurs for three months any remaining balance will be immediately due and payable, with interest to accrue on such defaulted unpaid principal balance at the rate of 12 percent per annum. Should the account become delinquent, it will be subject to disconnection of electric service.