Tampa Electric’s Proposed Energy-Efficiency Programs to Offer Window Film Incentives

April 1st, 2010 by Editor

Tampa Electric has filed for approval from the Florida Public Service Commission to expand its current lineup of energy-efficiency programs. The company’s filing with the Public Service Commission also includes plans to add new features or enhancements to its existing residential and commercial energy conservation programs, including window film installations. The program would pay incentives up to $2 per square foot with no maximum, an increase from the previous $1 per square foot with a $200 maximum.

In addition to the new proposed programs and enhancements to existing programs, $1.5 million in incentives will be offered by Tampa Electric each year for five years to help customers install renewable technologies such as photovoltaic solar systems.

“Tampa Electric understands that our customers are becoming increasingly aware of their energy costs and our goal is to provide them with the resources and tools to effectively manage their energy use,” says Tampa Electric president Gordon Gillette.

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