Approved Electric Efficiency Partner Technologies
|No.||Applicant Name||Docket No.||Decision Date||Approved Technology||Incentive Level|
|1||DPUC Review of Connecticut Electric Efficiency Partners||07-06-59||06/04/2008||Gas chiller||$300 / ton|
|2||Ice based thermal storage (direct expansion)||$950 / ton1|
|3||Mazur Mechanical||08-10-06||07/29/2009||Solar assisted air conditioning||$318 / ton,|
$731 / kW
|4||DBS Energy, Inc.||08-10-06||07/29/2009||Direct digital control for HVAC systems||$165 / kW|
|5||New England Energy Management||08-12-08||08/12/2009||Duty cycle optimization controllers for HVACR systems||$46 /ton2|
|6||Becker Development Associates, Inc. / 360 State Street Inc.||09-09-11||04/28/2010||Real-time energy feedback||N/A3|
|7||Energy saving algorithms|
|8||Water use occupancy sensed thermostat setback / Away mode setback|
|9||Real-time water use feedback|
|10||Wattifi Inc. (formerly Optik Energy LLC)||17-11-27||10/24/2018||Real-Time Electric Meter Data Acquisition System (Wattifi Connect)||$729 per customer|
1 Systems smaller than 5 tons and larger than 10 tons must meet additional requirements to be eligible for the incentive.
2 Maximum incentive of $625 per unit.
3 The Authority did not establish an individual incentive level for the real-time water use feedback, energy saving algorithms, water use occupancy sensed thermostat setback and real-time water use feedback technologies. Instead, the Authority approved an incentive level that took into account the system benefits when these technologies were installed together and then calculated an incentive level for each technology accordingly.
Content last updated July 2019