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1 GRAIN DRYER AND IRRIGATION APPLICATION WHAT'S INSIDE? HOW TO APPLY 2 INCENTIVE APPLICATION 3 GRAIN DRYER AND IRRIGATION APPLICATION SUPPLEMENTAL DATA SHEET 5 PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS AND SUBMITTAL INFORMATION 7 MEASURE DESCRIPTIONS 8 GRAIN DRYERS 9 IRRIGATION SYSTEMS 10 LIGHTING 11 VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES 14

2 HOW TO APPLY Focus on Energy makes saving energy and money easy for Wisconsin businesses. Use the information below to help guide your way to savings. For electronic copies of the forms visit focusonenergy.com/applications. NEED HELP? CALL STEP 1 BEFORE YOU APPLY: STEP 3 COMPLETE THIS APPLICATION: Verify customer and product eligibility: m Confirm your gas and electric utilities participate in Focus on Energy at focusonenergy.com/utilities. m Read product requirements, both general and technology-specific, in your equipment s corresponding incentive application. m Review the Participation Requirements on page 7. m Review the Terms and Conditions on focusonenergy.com/terms. m View the qualified product lists at focusonenergy.com/business/qpls. m Applications for all business programs exceeding $25,000 that do not receive pre-approval may not receive payment if program funds have been exhausted. m All fields on application are required. If not complete, application(s) cannot be processed. m Complete SECTION 7 with all product/equipment information. Use the Incentive Product Information Sheet if you need more room. Make sure you use the incentive code that's right for your facility. m Include installation date (date of the last technology installed). If project is new construction, please use the occupancy date. m Complete the application-specific Supplemental Data Sheet for applicable measures. m Sign and date SECTION 8. m Supporting documents are attached, including itemized invoice(s) and manufacturer specification sheets. m Make a copy of the application and supporting documents for your records. m Need help? Call us at Purchase and install your qualifying products by December 31, STEP 4 SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION: STEP 2 WHAT YOU'LL NEED: m Incentive Application & Equipment Incentive Application m Gas & Electric Utility Account Numbers m Tax ID Number m Invoice showing proof of purchase(s)/installation MUST include: Mail, fax or your application and all supporting documentation. Applications must be submitted within 60 calendar days of project installation, unless otherwise noted. Please retain a copy of this application for your records. Don t know where to send it? Refer to page 7 for program descriptions and submittal information. m Trade Ally (contractor/vendor) name, address and phone number m An itemized list of each product along with manufacturer name, model number and quantity m Itemized purchase price of product/installation m Job site address m Note: Incentives are capped at 100% of project cost unless listed otherwise. m Manufacturer specifications MUST include: m Full model number m Energy performance information m Additional documentation (as required) 2

3 SECTION 1 ACCOUNT AND CUSTOMER INFORMATION TAX IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (Check one.) m FEIN or m SSN FEIN OR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION OF CUSTOMER (Check one. Required for all businesses, including non-profits.) m Corporation m Partnership m Sole Proprietorship Individual m LLC m Other OWNER NAME (REQUIRED IF SSN IS USED AS TAX IDENTIFICATION NUMBER) INCENTIVE APPLICATION PLEASE COMPLETE ALL SECTIONS. INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS CANNOT BE PROCESSED AND WILL DELAY PAYMENT OF INCENTIVES. APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED WITHIN 60 DAYS OF PROJECT INSTALLATION. FOR AN ELECTRONIC COPY OF THIS FORM VISIT FOCUSONENERGY.COM/APPLICATIONS. COMPANY NAME LEGAL ADDRESS (AS SHOWN ON COMPANY W-9) CITY SECTION 4 TRADE ALLY INFORMATION STATE How did you hear about us? (Check all that apply.) m Utility m Trade Ally m Energy Advisor m Website m m Trade Show/Event m Advertisement/Mailing m Other: WHO DID YOU WORK WITH FROM FOCUS ON ENERGY ON THIS PROJECT? (CONTACT NAME) ZIP TRADE ALLY CONTACT NAME PRIMARY PHONE # ADDRESS TRADE ALLY COMPANY NAME SECTION 2 JOB SITE INFORMATION (Please refer to your utility bills for account numbers below.) JOB SITE BUSINESS NAME ELECTRIC UTILITY AT JOB SITE ELECTRIC ACCOUNT GAS UTILITY AT JOB SITE ADDRESS CITY STATE Must be a registered Trade Ally to receive payment. See Participation Requirements for more information. (Check one.) m FEIN or m SSN FEIN OR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (REQUIRED IF RECEIVING PAYMENT) ZIP GAS ACCOUNT m Job Site Address is same as Legal Address m Job Site Address is different (complete below.) JOB SITE ADDRESS SECTION 5 BUSINESS PAYMENT INFORMATION Make incentive check payable to: m Customer m Trade Ally Mail check to: m Legal Address m Job Site Address m Alternate Address (complete below.) CITY ADDRESS STATE ZIP CITY SECTION 3 CUSTOMER CONTACT INFORMATION STATE ATTENTION TO (OPTIONAL) ZIP JOB SITE CUSTOMER CONTACT NAME PRIMARY PHONE # If Focus on Energy has a question about this application, we should contact: m Customer m Trade Ally m Other ADDRESS

4 INCENTIVE APPLICATION SECTION 6 BUSINESS PROPERTY TYPE m Existing Building m New Construction (Select one only. If applying for both existing and new construction equipment incentives please complete two separate applications) Select one (1) property type that best describes your business: m Agriculture Producer m Dairy m Livestock m Greenhouse m Crop Farming m Aquacare m Other: m Education m College/University m Preschool/Day Care m Private K-12 m Public K-12 m Technical College m Grocery/Convenience Store m Financial Institution m Food Service m Government m Federal/State m Municipal/County m Native American m Healthcare m Clinic m Hospital m Skilled Nursing m Other: m Hotels & Lodging m Manufacturing (product): m Multifamily m Apartment m Condominium m Mixed Use Number of Units: Number of Buildings: m Retail m Service m Religious Worship m Other: SECTION 7 INCENTIVE PRODUCT INFORMATION Please refer to: Applicable incentive catalog for incentive codes, incentive per unit and product eligibility requirements. focusonenergy.com/business/qpls for qualified products lists. Invoice showing proof of purchase for Manufacturer and Model Number. Incentive Product Information Sheet if you need additional lines in the table below. INCENTIVE CODE MANUFACTURER NAME MODEL # UNIT MEASURE # OF UNITS (A) INCENTIVE PER UNIT (B) TOTAL INCENTIVE (A X B) AG3386 Sukup TC1632AS Bushel/hr 740 $ 8.00 $ 5, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Itemized invoice(s) Attached Manufacturer Specifications Attached (if applicable): Yes m RESERVATION CODE(S) (if applicable): Subtotal from Incentive Product Information Sheet (if applicable) Yes m INSTALLATION DATE: / / INCENTIVE TOTAL * $ $ SECTION 8 CUSTOMER SIGNATURE Certification: The following certifications are required in order for this form to substitute for the IRS form W-9. Under penalty of perjury, I certify that: The number shown on this form is the correct taxpayer identification number. I am not subject to backup withholding because: (a) I am exempt from backup withholding, or (b) I have not been notified by the IRS that I am subject to backup withholding as a result of a failure to report all interest or dividends, or (c) the IRS has notified me that I am no longer subject to backup withholding. I am a U.S. citizen (includes a U.S. resident alien). I agree that the stated energy-efficient measure(s) was (were) installed at the job site address listed above as part of the Focus on Energy Program. I have read and agree to the provisions set forth herein and to the Terms and Conditions posted at focusonenergy.com/terms. I understand that Focus on Energy may revise these Terms and Conditions at any time and I will not be notified in the event changes are made. To the best of my knowledge, the statements made on this application are complete, true and correct, and I have submitted the appropriate supporting documentation to receive an incentive. (Please use blue or black ink in the signature box below.) SIGN HERE CUSTOMER SIGNATURE NAME (PRINT) DATE Please select the program for which you are applying (check one): m Agriculture, Schools and Government Program m Business Incentive Program m Chain Stores and Franchises Program m Large Energy Users Program m Multifamily Energy Savings Program m Please see the Program Descriptions and Submittal Information page for mailing addresses and fax numbers. *Incentive total may be adjusted based on project caps. See measure requirements and Terms and Conditions for more information. All measures discussed in this catalog and corresponding measure requirements are only eligible for applicable agriculture based properties.

5 GRAIN DRYER AND IRRIGATION APPLICATION SUPPLEMENTAL DATA SHEET THIS FORM MUST BE ATTACHED TO COMPLETED INCENTIVE APPLICATION AND SUBMITTED TOGETHER. NEED HELP? CALL HOW TO FILL OUT THIS FORM Please refer to: The Measure Descriptions for measure requirements and information. Complete the table corresponding to the measure in the application. Attach this form to a completed Incentive Application and submit together. CUSTOMER INFORMATION JOB SITE BUSINESS NAME A1 GRAIN DRYER HISTORICAL DATA INCENTIVE CODE: AG3386 PAGE 9 CROPS USED IN DRYER (CORN, BEANS, WHEAT, OTHER) # OF BUSHELS TO BE DRIED PRE/POST MOISTURE % # OF BUSHELS TO BE DRIED PRE/POST MOISTURE % # OF BUSHELS TO BE DRIED PRE/POST MOISTURE % ESTIMATED # OF BUSHELS TO BE DRIED Corn 225,000 21%/15% 240,000 22%/15% 240,000 20%/15% 250,000 A2 EXISTING GRAIN DRYER PERFORMANCE* INCENTIVE CODE: AG3386 PAGE 9 EXISTING GRAIN DRYER MAKE AND MODEL# DRYER TYPE (CONT. CROSS FLOW, BATCH CROSS FLOW, OTHER) AVG BUSHELS/HR DRYING CAPACITY MONTHS WHEN DRYER WILL BE USED DRYING MODE USED (FULL HEAT, HEAT/ COOL, OTHER) TIMES OF DAY DRYER NORMALLY OPERATES DRYING AIRFLOW (CFM) PLENUM DRYING TEMP ( F) Example Cont. Cross Flow 1000 Oct-Nov Heat/Cool 12pm-6pm F *If existing grain dryer performance historical data is unknown, provide three years of utility data showing therms and kwh for grain drying purposes only. A3 PROPOSED GRAIN DRYER PERFORMANCE INCENTIVE CODE: AG3386 PAGE 9 PROPOSED GRAIN DRYER MAKE AND MODEL# DRYER TYPE (CONT. CROSS FLOW, BATCH CROSS FLOW, OTHER) BUSHELS/ HR DRYING CAPACITY MONTHS WHEN DRYER WILL BE USED DRYING MODE USED (FULL HEAT, HEAT/COOL, OTHER) TIMES OF DAY DRYER NORMALLY OPERATES DRYING AIRFLOW (CFM) PLENUM DRYING TEMP ( F) Example Cont. Cross Flow 1500 Oct-Nov Heat/Cool 12pm-6pm F ENERGY EFFICIENCY FEATURES OF PROPOSED GRAIN DRYER (SEE PG. 9 FOR COMPLETE LIST) Differential Grain Speed, Grain Heat Recovery Is proposed Grain Dryer Manufacturer Specification Sheet included with application? o B IRRIGATION WELL PUMP HP REDUCTION INCENTIVE CODE: AG2434 PAGE 10 EQUIP # ANNUAL MOTOR RUNTIME (HRS) EXISTING MOTOR HP EXISTING MOTOR LOAD FACTOR EXISTING MOTOR EFFICIENCY (% IF KNOWN) PROPOSED MOTOR HP PROPOSED MOTOR LOAD FACTOR PROPOSED MOTOR EFFICIENCY (% IF KNOWN) Example % % Motor #1 Motor #2

6 C1 VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES INCENTIVE CODES: AG3776, AGN3776, AGPS3836 PAGES VFD # VFD APPLICATION CONTROLS BEFORE VFD VFD/MOTOR ANNUAL OPERATING HOURS HP CONTROLLED BY VFD QUANTITY IF VFD APPLICATION IS CONSTANT TORQUE, IS PROCESS MANUALLY CONTROLLED? (YES, NO, N/A) Example Irrigation Well Pump On/Off N/A C2 VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES INCENTIVE CODES: AG3776, AGN3776 PAGE 14 Approximately how often does your well pump operate to irrigate crops during peak demand hours from 1pm-4pm during June, July, August? (Check one) >90% of the time o 50% - 90% of the time o 10% - 50% of the time o <10% of the time o C3 VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES: CONSTANT TORQUE MANUAL CONTROL INCENTIVE CODE: AGPS3836 PAGE % MOTOR 90% MOTOR 80% MOTOR 70% MOTOR 60% MOTOR 50% MOTOR 40% MOTOR 30% MOTOR 20% MOTOR 10% MOTOR Example: Sum of entered hours in each cell should equal the annual operating hours entered above in table C1.

7 PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS AND SUBMITTAL INFORMATION Before you start your project, please make sure you are familiar with participation requirements, program information and Terms and Conditions. NEED HELP? CALL INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS General Terms and Conditions Review Focus on Energy s Terms and Conditions at focusonenergy.com/terms or call to request a copy be provided to you. Prescriptive Incentives Agriculture, Schools and Government Program (collectively, "Business Programs"): Any project with an expected incentive exceeding $25,000 requires pre-approval BEFORE project initiation or equipment purchase to guarantee fund availability. Projects not receiving pre-approval will be subject to funding availability. Projects with expected incentives of $10,000 or more may request pre-approval. Check the Focus on Energy website at focusonenergy.com/business or call for more information. Custom Incentives If your project does not fit the descriptions on this prescriptive incentive application form, it may qualify for a custom incentive. This requires approval prior to project initiation and ordering equipment or issuing purchase orders. For Business Programs, direct inquiries to or visit focusonenergy.com/business. Incentive Limits Agriculture, Schools and Government Program: Incentives are limited to $200,000 per project and $400,000 per customer per calendar year for all Focus on Energy incentives (prescriptive and custom). Depending on your business tax classification, you may receive IRS Form 1099 for incentives totaling more than $600 in a calendar year. Trade Ally Information A Trade Ally represents the company who provided/installed the equipment for a project or performed the service for which a customer is seeking an incentive. Trade Allies who have signed an agreement with Focus on Energy are allowed to enjoy certain program benefits, one of which is to receive direct payment of incentives at the Trade Ally's request. Incentives can only be paid directly to a Trade Ally if the Trade Ally has completed and submitted a Trade Ally Application. The Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) and Business Classification of the Trade Ally is required IF you received your incentive as a credit on your invoice, whereby the incentive is paid directly to the Trade Ally. In this scenario, the credit must be clearly labeled as the Focus on Energy incentive and deducted from the amount due. If your project was completed by more than one Trade Ally (example, equipment was purchased from one Trade Ally but installed by another Trade Ally) and the incentive is being paid to you the customer, please enter the information of the Trade Ally who installed your equipment in Section 4: Trade Ally Information. If the equipment was self-installed, please enter the information of the Trade Ally from whom you purchased the equipment. Focus on Energy Information Focus on Energy works with eligible Wisconsin residents and businesses to install cost-effective energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. Focus on Energy information, resources and financial incentives help to implement projects that otherwise would not get completed, or to complete projects sooner than scheduled. Its efforts help Wisconsin residents and businesses manage rising energy costs, promote in-state economic development, protect our environment and control the state s growing demand for electricity and natural gas. INCENTIVES FOR BUSINESSES AGRICULTURE, SCHOOLS AND GOVERNMENT (AgSG) PROGRAM Customers include agricultural producers, tribes, federal facilities, municipal and county government buildings, K-12 schools, colleges, universities and wastewater facilities. School and Government facilities that fall under LEU should apply to the LEU Program. NEW CONSTRUCTION ELIGIBLE Working on a new construction project? Look for the 4 symbol within each table which indicates equipment measures that qualify for new construction incentives. MAIL: Focus on Energy AgSG 725 W. Park Avenue Chippewa Falls, WI FAX:

8 SAVING ENERGY AND MONEY FOR WISCONSIN For more information, call or visit focusonenergy.com NEED HELP? CALL MEASURE DESCRIPTIONS IRRIGATION SYSTEM General Equipment not eligible for prescriptive incentives may be eligible for custom incentives. Contact an Energy Advisor for more details at Any project with an expected incentive exceeding $10,000 must receive pre-approval before project initiation or equipment purchase to guarantee fund availability and project eligibility. Projects not receiving pre-approval will be subject to funding availability. 8

9 GRAIN DRYERS EFFICIENT GRAIN DRYER Complete Tables A1-A3 of the Grain Dryer and Irrigation Application Supplemental Data Sheet for this measure. If existing grain dryer performance historical data is unknown, provide three years of utility data showing therms and kwh for grain drying purposes only. For Tables A2 and A3: In the Dryer Type column, enter the type of grain dryer in use. Explain as best as possible based on it being Continuous or Batch, the type of airflow (cross flow, mixed flow). In the Bushels/Hr Drying Capacity column, enter the observed bushel/hr capacity of your grain dryer at the criteria you've been operating at. In the Months When Dryer Will be Used column, enter the months that grain drying generally takes place on your farm. In the Times of Day Dryer Normally Operates column, enter the hour range during the day that grain drying generally takes place on your farm. In the Drying Airflow column, enter the known programmed or total air CFM rating of the heated dryer portion of the grain dryer. In the Plenum Drying Temp column, enter the known set temperature of your grain dryer plenum section. Manufacturer Specification Sheet of proposed grain dryer must be included with Grain Dryer Application. All new grain dryers must be permanent installations that use natural gas as the heating source. Propane heated grain dryers are not eligible. New grain dryer must be a batch or continuous flow type dryer with less than or equal to 1500 bushels per hour capacity. New construction, and dryers greater than or equal to 1500 bushels per hour capacity may qualify for custom incentives; contact your Energy Advisor for additional advice if needed. All custom incentive projects must be pre-approved before construction can begin. New grain dryer must improve dryer efficiency (BTU/lb moisture removed) by 250 BTU/lb. Contact Focus on Energy for assistance calculating the dryer efficiency. New grain dryer must include at least one of the energy efficiency features listed in the Energy Efficient Features of Dryer section of this application. Installed replacement grain dryer must be new. Used or rebuilt equipment is not eligible. Minimum hours of operation: the proposed grain dryer must be used to process sufficient grain to equal at least 150 hours of operation at full capacity. For example, a 500 bushel per hour grain dryer would need to process at least: 500 bushels per hour x 150 hours per year = 75,000 bushels per year or more. For incentive purposes, 10% moisture content reduction bushels/hour rating of new grain dryer should be used. Equipment not eligible for prescriptive incentives may be eligible for custom incentives. Contact an Energy Advisor for more details at Energy Efficient Features of Dryer: Staged Temperature (higher temperature for wettest grain) Grain Turners or Inverters (rotate dry grain away from plenum) Differential Grain Speed (drying column designed to move grain next to plenum faster) Varied Width of Drying Column (narrower at top where wet grain is located) Some type of grain heat recovery features Efficient Natural Gas Grain Dryer AG3386 $6 per Bu/hr drying capacity bushel/hr at 10% Moisture Content Reduction Not eligible for New Construction GRAIN DRYERS 9

10 IRRIGATION SYSTEMS IRRIGATION WELL PUMP MOTOR HORSEPOWER REDUCTION Complete Table B of the Grain Dryer and Irrigation Application Supplemental Data Sheet for this measure. For the Existing Motor Load Factor column, enter determined motor load factor rating (Measured motor amperage at normal pump operation/motor nameplate full load amperage rating). For the Existing Motor Efficiency column, enter existing motor nameplate efficiency rating. For the Proposed Motor Load Factor column, enter determined motor load factor rating (Measured motor amperage at normal pump operation / motor nameplate full load amperage rating). For the Proposed Motor Efficiency column, enter the proposed motor nameplate efficiency rating. To qualify, horsepower reduction projects must consist of both re-nozzling the existing irrigation system and reducing the well pump motor horsepower. Must replace all the nozzles on the entire system. Must install nozzles that require at least 10% less horsepower at the well pump than the original nozzle package. Must replace pump motor and reduce motor horsepower by 10% or more. Well pump must be electrically powered, with energy provided by a participating electricity provider. Incentive will not exceed 50% of project cost. Project cost includes materials and labor to install new nozzle package and new motor. This measure does not include the use of VFD control to reduce motor horsepower. See below starting on page 14 for VFD measures. Pump Motor Horsepower Reduction AG2434 $65/HP reduced Reduced HP Not eligible for New Construction NEED HELP? CALL PRO TIP To realize additional energy savings, consider installing a VFD control for your irrigation well pump to speed up or slow down as needed. Look into irrigation scheduling using crop moisture sensors to ensure you are watering appropriately. Irrigation scheduling gives you more control over crop production and can save on both water and energy. IRRIGATION SYSTEMS 10

11 LIGHTING Product categories listed below do not imply equivalency all installations are expected to meet current IESNA recommendations for delivered light level and uniformity. Compliance is the responsibility of the installer For additional lighting incentive opportunities not shown below, see the Focus on Energy lighting catalog at focusonenergy.com/business/efficient-equipment/agribusiness. INTERIOR LIGHTING HIGH BAY AND LOW BAY LIGHTING EMITTING DIODE (LED) Fixture must be designated for use as a high or low bay fixture and must be mounted at least 12 feet above the floor. Must be a one-for-one replacement, unless specifically noted in the measure description. Incentive is per fixture replaced. Fixtures must be DesignLights Consortium (DLC) listed under the High Bay/Low Bay General Application. Retrofit projects must replace existing HID fixtures with a qualified complete luminaire unit or hardwired retrofit kit including an optical reflector designed to match the light source being installed. Integral ballast screw-based lamp retrofit products are not eligible for this incentive. Less than or equal to 500W and less than or equal to 800W refers to LED total system watts and may consist of up to two fixtures replacing a single HID fixture as noted in measure description. 155W LED, replacing or instead of 250W HID AGL3806 $40 Fixture 4 250W LED, replacing 400W HID AGL3807 $70 Fixture 365W LED, replacing 400W HID AGL3808 $40 Fixture 180 W LED, replacing or instead of 6 Lamp T8 or 4 Lamp T5HO AGL3809 $45 Fixture 4 250W LED, instead of W HID AGLN3810 $45 Fixture 4 4 = New Construction eligible HIGH BAY AND LOW BAY LINEAR FLUORESCENT Fixture must be designated for use as a high or low bay fixture and must be mounted at least 12 feet above the floor. Must be a one-for-one replacement, unless specifically noted in the measure description. Incentive is per fixture replaced. Must include specular/mirror or white reflector systems for fluorescent high bays. Integral ballast screw-based lamp retrofit products are not eligible for this incentive. 4 Lamp T8, replacing or instead of 250W HID AGL3811 $30 Fixture 4 6 Lamp T8, instead of W HID AGL3812 $55 Fixture 4 4 Lamp T5HO, instead of W HID AGL3813 $55 Fixture 4 6 Lamp T5HO, replacing 400W HID AGL3814 $30 Fixture 4 = New Construction eligible LIGHTING 11

12 HIGH BAY AND LOW BAY INDUCTION Fixture must be designated for use as a high or low bay fixture and must be mounted at least 12 feet above the floor. Must be a one-for-one replacement. Integral ballast screw-based lamp retrofit products are not eligible for this incentive. Retrofit project must replace existing HID fixtures with qualified, complete luminaire unit or hardwired retrofit kit including an optical reflector designed to match the light source being installed. 200W Induction, instead of W HID (NC only) AGLI3816 $40 Fixture 4 200W Induction, replacing 400W HID AGLI3817 $65 Fixture 250W or 300W Induction, replacing 400W HID AGLI3818 $40 Fixture 120W, 125W, 150W, 165W Induction, replacing or instead of 250W HID AGLI3815 $40 Fixture 4 4 = New Construction eligible REPLACEMENT LAMPS LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (LED) LAMP LED lamp must contain integral driver. Product must appear on ENERGY STAR certified light bulbs qualified product list. Eligible for interior lamp replacements only. Lamps may not be used for resale or giveaway-type promotions. Incentive is limited to 50% of the retail product cost. Product cost is the amount paid by the customer for qualifying equipment, excluding any Focus on Energy incentive credit. Focus on Energy reserves the right to confirm actual payment. Lamps sold at participating instant discount retailers are not eligible. ENERGY STAR LED, replacing or instead of W Lamps AGL3821 $7.50 Lamp 4 ENERGY STAR LED, replacing < 23W CFL AGL3838 $1 Lamp 4 ENERGY STAR LED, replacing 23W CFL AGL3837 $2 Lamp 4 4 = New Construction eligible REPLACEMENT LAMPS 4FT T8 LIGHT EMITTING DIODE LAMP LED products must be DLC listed in the Four-Foot Linear Replacement Lamps General Application. DLC rated wattage listing must be < 24W per lamp. Measures may be combined with delamping incentives on page 14. Measures MAY NOT be combined with HPT8 or fixture incentives. Measures are not intended for refrigerated display case applications, nor for those products intended to direct wire to line voltage. Incentive is limited to 50% of the retail product cost. Product cost is the amount paid by the customer for qualifying equipment, excluding any Focus on Energy incentive credit, shipping and sales tax. **UL TYPE B PRODUCTS** - By signing the application, customers agree that necessary steps have been taken to ensure product, luminaire and maintenance safety. LED Replacement of 4 T8 or T12 Lamp w/external Driver (UL Type C) AGL3822 $5 Lamp LED Replacement of 4 T8 Lamp Utilizing Existing Ballast (UL Type A) AGL3823 $4 Lamp LED Replacement of 4' T8 or T12 Lamp, Direct Wire (UL Type B) AGL3839 $5 Lamp Not eligible for New Construction LIGHTING 12

13 EXTERIOR LIGHTING POLE MOUNTED LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (LED) Complete luminaire or retrofit unit including housing, optical lens, heat sink, driver and light source must be installed. Retrofit projects must replace existing HID fixtures with qualified, complete luminaire unit or hardwired retrofit kit including an optical reflector designed to match the light source being installed. Must be permanently wired. Integral ballast screw-based lamp retrofit products of any technology are not eligible for this incentive. LED products must be DLC listed in an Outdoor Pole/Arm-Mounted primary use category. Project must result in at least 40% wattage reduction from existing HID fixtures for all LED fixture types. Please see the Quick Reference Exterior LED Fixture Wattage Guide for determining maximum LED fixture wattages. LED Pole-Mounted Fixture or Retrofit, replacing or instead of 150W or 175W HID AGLP3824 $45 Fixture 4 LED Pole-Mounted Fixture or Retrofit, replacing or instead of 250W HID AGLP3825 $60 Fixture 4 LED Pole-Mounted Fixture or Retrofit, instead of 320W or 400W HID (NC only) AGLP3826 $70 Fixture 4 LED Pole-Mounted Fixture or Retrofit, replacing 400W HID AGLP3827 $70 Fixture LED Pole-Mounted Fixture or Retrofit, replacing or instead of W HID AGLP3828 $25 Fixture 4 4 = New Construction eligible LIGHTING CONTROLS EXTERIOR CONTROLS Exterior Twist Lock/Fixture-Mounted: Install fixture-mounted twist lock or other schedulable lighting controls on exterior lighting to reduce the run hours of the connected fixtures during periods of low/no occupancy during overnight hours. Eligibility limited to HID, LED, induction and fluorescent technologies. Must turn fixtures off for a minimum of four hours per night. May incorporate occupancy sensors to provide an override for security/safety reasons. Photocell with Internal Timer or Wireless Schedule AGL3834 $12 4 = New Construction eligible Controlled Fixture 4 LIGHTING 13

14 VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES (VFD) VARIABLE TORQUE You may claim an incentive of up to $50 per horsepower up to a maximum of 50% of the total project cost for new, installed VFDs that meet the following requirements: Complete Tables C1 and C2 of the Grain Dryer and Irrigation Application Supplemental Data Sheet for this measure. For the VFD Application column, enter "Irrigation Well Pump", or if Other write in brief description. For the Controls Before VFD column, enter "Outlet Control Valve", "Bypass Valve", "Discharge Damper", "Inlet Guide Vanes", "On/Off", or if Other then write in description. VFD must be installed on a centrifugal or axial flow pump i.e., a variable torque load used to control a process on your crop farm. The pump must operate a minimum of 1,000 hours annually for agricultural producers. The pump may not exceed 500 horsepower. Redundant or back-up units do not qualify. Routine replacement of existing VFDs do not qualify. VFD speed must be automatically controlled by differential pressure, flow, temperature, or other variable signal. Units installed only to allow soft starts are not eligible. The system controlled must have significant load diversity that will result in savings through motor speed variation. VFDs that are required in accordance with International Energy Conservation Code 2009 are not eligible. VFDs may not be beneficial in pump systems where static head makes up a large portion of the total system head. It is also important that the load on the system vary over time to take advantage of the savings that a VFD can provide. Be sure to understand these aspects of your system and discuss them with the equipment vendor in advance of applying VFD technology. Variable Torque VFD, Irrigation Well Pump AG3776 $50 HP Variable Torque VFD, Irrigation Well Pump (NC only) AGN3776 $30 HP 4 4 = New Construction eligible VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES 14

15 CONSTANT TORQUE You may claim an incentive of $35 per horsepower up to a maximum of 50% of the total project cost for new, installed VFDs that meet the following requirements: Complete Table C1 of the Grain Dryer and Irrigation Application Supplemental Data Sheet for this measure. For the VFD Application column, enter "Conveyor", "Auger/Mixer", "Extruder", "Hoist", "Crusher", or if Other write in brief description of the VFD controlled application. For the Controls Before VFD column, enter "On/Off" or if Other write in brief description of the VFD controlled application. Complete Table C3 of the Grain Dryer and Irrigation Application Supplemental Data Sheet for this measure if the proposed VFD speed is controlled manually for its respective constant torque application. VFDs must be installed on constant torque equipment (e.g. conveyors, positive displacement pumps, extruders, mixers, crusher/shredders). The system using the VFD must operate a minimum of 1,000 hours annually for agricultural producers. The system using the VFD may not exceed 500 horsepower. Redundant or back-up units do not qualify. Routine replacements of existing VFDs do not qualify. VFD speed can be automatically controlled by differential pressure, flow, temperature, or other variable signal, or manually controlled. Units installed only to allow soft starts are not eligible. The system controlled must have significant load diversity that will result in savings through motor speed variation. Air compressors are not eligible for this offer. Instead, use the "Variable Speed Drive Air Compressors" on page 14 of the Process Systems Incentive Catalog. VFDs that are required in accordance with International Energy Conservation Code 2009 are not eligible. VFDs may not be beneficial in pump systems where static head makes up a large portion of the total system head. It is also important that the load on the system vary over time to take advantage of the savings that a VFD can provide. Be sure to understand these aspects of your system and discuss them with the equipment vendor or Energy Advisor in advance of applying VFD technology. Constant Torque VFD AGPS3836 $35 HP 4 4 = New Construction eligible PRO TIP VFDs can achieve energy savings in pump, fan, or constant torque applications where the load varies based on temperature, pressure, or flow. VFDs can be applied to systems with hundreds of motor horsepower or down to fractional horsepower. NEED HELP? CALL VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES 15

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