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Posted on: September 26, 2022

Energy Efficiency Programs

Energy Efficiency Programs

The City of Wray provides a cash incentive 

for cooling system tune-up

As spring weather and warmer temperatures arrive, the City of Wray, in partnership with its wholesale electric power supplier, the Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska, is providing a cash incentive for getting a cooling system tune up for residential homes.

The program provides a $30 cash incentive to residential homeowners who have their cooling system tuned up by a HVAC contractor, regardless of what type or age of cooling system (air conditioner or air/water source heat pump).

The program is one of five energy efficiency programs offered through the City of Wray in partnership with the Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska. Each program provides cash incentives for homeowners for making energy efficient upgrades.

 

The other four programs include:

Smart Thermostat Program 

Provides a cash incentive of up to $100 paid directly to residential customers

to help cover the cost of installing a qualifying smart thermostat.

Commercial LED Lighting Program 

Provides cash incentives paid directly to commercial customers to help

cover the cost of lighting upgrades and replacements.

Attic Insulation Program

The Attic Insulation Program provides cash incentives of $0.15/per square 

foot with a maximum incentive of $300 per existing residential dwelling 

for attic insulation.

High Efficiency Heat Pump Program

Provides cash incentives from $400 to $3,000 to residential homeowners 

who are installing a new heat pump system to their residential single-family dwelling.

 

All five programs are available to customers of the City of Wray. For more information on each program, contact the City of Wray or go to mean.nmppenergy.org to download program guidelines and application forms.

 Program funds are paid on a first-come, first-served basis while funds last. 

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