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The Multifamily Energy Efficiency Program provides high quality energy efficiency equipment—such as efficient lighting and showerheads—to retrofit each unit, along with per-unit rebates for new construction or major renovation projects. These upgrades result in lower facility costs and happier residents. Open the tabs below to learn more.

 


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multifamily energy efficiency program overview

Download this PDF for a quick overview of our existing property and new construction energy efficiency rebate programs.

existing facility energy assessment

Our trade partners will work directly with existing multifamily communities to evaluate and identify available opportunities for energy savings in the common areas of your community.


An assessment will:

  • identify viable energy savings opportunities
  • estimate energy savings and project costs
  • identify available APS rebates

Contact us at APSMEEP@franklinenergy.com or 855-733-1117 to schedule yours today.

 

eligibility

​Eligible multifamily properties are located in APS service territory and current APS customers, and have at least 5 units per building. Existing property projects must be proposed by the owner or property manager.

 

multifamily energy efficiency program overview

Download this PDF for a quick overview of our existing property and new construction energy efficiency rebate programs.

new construction & major renovation

The benefits of energy efficiency are never greater than when energy efficiency principles are included in the building process. That’s why we offer a per-unit rebate for all construction projects that meet the standards outlined in our builder option packages.

 

 

 

energy modeling assistance
Builders and developers proposing new construction or major renovation multifamily projects are eligible to receive an incentive when energy modeling is used to assess a building’s efficient design.
 
New construction or major renovation multifamily projects that use energy modeling are eligible to receive an incentive of 50% of the study cost, up to a maximum of $5,000. The project must be eligible to participate in the APS MEEP New Construction program and the incentive is subject to funding availability.
 
Open the steps to participate tab above to see how it works.
 
 
eligibility

​Eligible multifamily properties are located in APS service territory and current APS customers, and have at least 5 units per building. Existing property projects must be proposed by the owner or property manager.

 

existing communities
  1. ​Download APS Multifamily existing dwelling enrollment form, complete and mail, email or fax back using the contact information included at the bottom of this page.
  2. We will contact you to schedule the unit and common area assessments.
  3. We will schedule a pre-inspection and arrange for the delivery of retrofit components.
  4. You must install components within 30 days of delivery.
  5. We will schedule and complete a post-installation inspection. 
new construction
  1. ​Download APS Multifamily new construction enrollment form, complete and mail, email or fax back using the contact information included at the bottom of this page.
  2. One of our partners will work with you during construction to ensure BOP requirements are met.
  3. We will perform building testing to verify building performance.
energy modeling assistance
  1. Submit the application including all supporting documentation using the contact information included at the bottom of this page.
  2. We will review your application for program compliance.
contact us
For any questions on the various multifamily rebate programs or to submit an application, contact us at:
 
APS MEEP Program
9034 N. 23rd Avenue, Suite 1
Phoenix, AZ 85021
 
phone: 855-733-1117
fax: 602-250-3371
multifamily tips
  • Save up to 30% on heating and cooling costs when you combine your thermostat with an HVAC zone-control system. This will also provide optimal comfort and efficiency throughout your facility.
  • Save up to $900 per month by replacing your aging or inoperable HVAC system  with a properly sized ENERGY STAR® qualified model for maximum efficiency.
  • Check annually for refrigerant charge, loose electrical connections and dirt buildup on coils.
  • Clean cooling coils several times each year. Keep outdoor coils shaded from the sun and have good air circulation around them.
  • Identify potential energy efficiency improvements with a walkthrough assessment or professional energy audit. Establish baseline energy usage, track changes to document the impact, target your most inefficient systems and use savings for additional capital investments. 
  • Save up to 30% on heating and cooling costs when you combine your thermostat with an HVAC zone-control system. This will also provide optimal comfort and efficiency throughout your facility.
  • Use controls  to effectively manage HVAC systems, lighting circuits, hot-water heaters, office equipment, battery chargers and more.