FYI

PERC Incentives for Residential & Commercial Products

The Propane Educational Resource Center (PERC) promotes the safe and efficient useย of propane gas. PERC is now sponsoring the Propane Exceptional Product Program, designed to encourage the adoption of propane-fueled products for both residential and commercial use. PERC encourages homeowners, businesses and construction professionals to use propane-fueled products by providing a financial incentive for qualified participants.

What products are eligible?

Equipment Type

Manufacturer

Product

Premium generator set ย  Generac Power Systems EcoGen (6kW)
Polar Power 8220D-950P DC Generator
Combined heat and power (<6 kW) Marathon Engine Systems Ecopower
Combined heat and power (>6 kW) Yanmar America Corporation CP10WN
Thermal remediation system Temp-Air EBB-40KW LP Trailer Equipment Package

For a full list of eligible products, check out PERC’s website.

What incentives are available for me as part of the Propane Exceptional Product Program?

The incentives vary depending on the power output and capital cost of the unit. The total incentive of each unit is provided below, along with the breakdown of the portion of the incentives provided upon receipt of the pre-season and post-season surveys:

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INCENTIVES

ELIGIBLE PROPANE-FUELED PRODUCT

Upon Approval and Receipt of Pre-Demo Survey

Upon Receipt of Post- Demo Survey

TOTAL

Premium generator sets

$900

$100

$1,000

Combined heat and power (<6 kW)

$4,750

$250

$5,000

Combined heat and power (>6 kW)

$9,500

$500

$10,000

Where can I apply?

Fill out this application at PERC’s website.

What is the due date for applications? How many applications will be accepted?

There is no due date for an application to the Propane Exceptional Product program; it is an ongoing effort to encourage the adoption of new propane-fueled products. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until incentive resources are depleted.

Where can I learn more?

Check PERC’s website for FAQs, a brochure, eligibility guidelines and an application.

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One Comment

  1. Dan
    Posted March 5, 2012 at 9:26 am | Permalink

    amerigas is a residential rip off!

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