FP&L Rebates For HVAC Systems
Florida Power & Light currently provides business rebates that apply to five (5) types of energy efficient Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems. The types of equipment include new and retrofit installations of chillers, direct expansion (DX) systems, Energy Recovery Ventilation Systems (ERV’s), Demand Control Ventilation (DCV), and Thermal Energy Storage (TES).
Chillers: Rebate is dependent on equipment efficiency and size. Receive an incentive for installing or replacing an existing chiller with a high-efficiency air or water-cooled electric chiller. Equipment installed must be new and exceed Florida Building Code energy efficiency requirements.
Direct Expansion Equipment: Rebate is dependent on equipment efficiency and type. The rebate applies to air-cooled, water-cooled, and water-source heat pumps. The energy efficiency ratio (EER), Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER), equipment type and size will be used to determine the rebate.
Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV’s): Rebate of up to $2.55/CFM. Receive an incentive for installing an ERV system that helps lower energy costs by using the building’s exhaust to precondition incoming ventilation air. The rebate can cover up to 60% of the equipment cost.
Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV): Rebate of up to $500.00/Carbon Dioxide (CO2) sensor. The DCV system is intended to modulate outside air flow based on air supply cubic feet per minute (cfm) flow measurements and DCV CO2 sensor readings to reduce the ventilation airflow for a facility during low occupancy periods of the operating day.
Kitchen hood (DCV): Rebate of up to $0.80/cubic feet per minute (cfm) of hood exhaust.
Thermal Energy Storage (TES): Rebate amount includes up to 110% of the cost of new TES tanks. New TES systems could see rebates up to $600.00 per ton and replacement TES tanks up to $500.00 per ton. A TES system is designed to shift all or part of the design air conditioning, refrigeration, or industrial process loads from FPL’s seasonal supply from on-peak to off-peak periods of the day.
Energy Efficient Chiller Installation
Thermal Energy Storage (TES) Installation