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Making residents happy is good for your business. APS would like to help you make your community more energy efficient. Lower energy bills mean you have happier residents, a stronger bottom line and a brighter community.

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Are you building a new multifamily community or have plans for a major renovation of an existing community?

Incorporating energy-saving equipment and features during the construction or renovation phase is an ideal way to help your residents save energy and money, and lower your overall operating costs. Our  New Construction offering includes rebates for the installation of pre-selected equipment (standard approach) and rebates for achieving energy-saving performance goals (performance approach). New Construction participants can also earn rebates for installing eligible Wi-Fi-connected electric water heaters in residential units.
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Steps to participate

1. Contact the MEEP team and let us know about your project. Call 866-277-5605 or email apsmeep@dnvgl.com.
2. Work hand-in-hand with a MEEP Energy Advisor throughout the project who will answer any questions you have along the way.
3. Receive an inspection and energy performance test to verify that the building meets energy performance requirements.
4. Earn eligible rebates and help your residents save energy and money.

New Construction FAQs

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Our MEEP Energy Advisors will work with you from start to finish on your new construction, new construction addition or major renovation project. We will help you determine the best approach for your project and the required steps for eligibility. Our team will meet with you and your builder regularly to review the progress of your project and ensure you are on the right track.

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Rebates are paid per residential unit that meets the eligibility requirements. Customers who install eligible Wi-Fi-connected electric water heaters in residential units can earn rebates per installed water heater.

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Find a complete list of Trade Allies who are trained on the MEEP requirements and have the expertise to help you achieve energy savings on our interactive Trade Ally listing.

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Apply to become a Trade Ally and receive such benefits as industry trainings, technical insights, marketing resources and more. Submit your application today!
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Existing multifamily communities often have many opportunities to improve energy use in residential units, while lowering overall operational costs in common areas spaces. Here’s how APS can help.

Installing energy-efficient products is an ideal way to help residents save energy and money, improve comfort and make your community more sustainable. Contact a MEEP Energy Advisor today to schedule a walk-through of your community. Our trained MEEP Energy Advisor or Trade Allies will work with you to identify ways to save energy in residences as well as in such common areas as parking lots, reception areas, pools and workout rooms. Trade Allies will also oversee installation of new equipment and the submission of any rebate applications, making your participation simple, easy and quick. 
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Steps to participate

1. Contact the MEEP team and schedule a walk-through. Call 866-277-5605 or email apsmeep@dnvgl.com.
2. Work hand-in-hand with a MEEP Energy Advisor or Trade Ally throughout the project who will answer any questions you have along the way.
3. Install energy-saving equipment in your residential units and common areas.
4. Conduct a post inspection with a MEEP Energy Advisor to verify the installed energy-saving products.
5. Earn eligible rebates for common area equipment and help your residents save energy and money.

Existing Multifamily Communities FAQs

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If you're upgrading an existing multifamily community, we can evaluate and identify cost-effective opportunities for energy savings in common areas as well as residential units. During the walk-through, a MEEP Energy Advisor or Trade Ally will go over available rebates, project cost estimates and the installation process. Eligible residential units can receive LED bulbs and smart thermostats to retrofit each home. Common area retrofit projects can include the installation of energy-efficient equipment from our Solutions for Business Quick Look.

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We offer LEDs and smart thermostats for installation in individual units. Each community has the choice to install the products best suited for its residents. Our MEEP Trade Allies and program team will work with you to coordinate delivery of the energy-saving products. We request that they be installed within 30 days of delivery.

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Find a complete list of Trade Allies who are trained on the MEEP requirements and have the expertise to help you achieve energy savings on our interactive Trade Ally listing.

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Apply to become a Trade Ally and receive such benefits as industry trainings, technical insights, marketing resources and more. Submit your application today!
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The MEEP HVAC Quality Install offering is an ideal way to make sure your multifamily community is equipped with HVAC systems that provide good indoor environmental quality (commonly referred to as IEQ) and the comfort your residents expect.

Contact our MEEP team to identify a qualified Trade Ally and schedule an appointment to have your community’s existing HVAC units inspected and replaced with qualifying units. Rebates are paid per qualifying unit installed that meet both equipment SEER and EER rating guidelines and quality installation standards. Consider participating in our Existing Multifamily Residential & Common Areas offering to see if your community qualifies to receive smart thermostats for residential units.
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Steps to participate

1. Contact the MEEP team to identify a qualified Trade Ally and schedule an appointment. Call 866-277-5605 or email apsmeep@dnvgl.com.
2. Work hand-in-hand with a MEEP Trade Ally throughout the project who will answer any questions you have along the way.
3. Install and test your energy-saving HVAC equipment.
4. Earn eligible rebates and help your residents save energy and money.

HVAC Quality Install FAQs

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Contact our MEEP team to learn more and discuss the details of your current HVAC system. Please note that indoor units and mini-splits do not qualify. We will work with you to schedule an appointment with a Trade Ally who can visit your community and determine next steps. Rebates are paid for each qualifying HVAC unit installed that meets SEER/EER rating guidelines and quality installation standards.

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Yes, licensed HVAC contractors or community maintenance teams who are not Trade Allies are able to participate in the HVAC Quality install offering. Your licensed HVAC contractor can work directly with our MEEP team to find out the requirements to conduct the installation and apply for the rebate.

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Find a complete list of Trade Allies who are trained on the MEEP requirements and have the expertise to help you achieve energy savings on our interactive Trade Ally listing.

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Apply to become a Trade Ally and receive such benefits as industry trainings, technical insights, marketing resources and more. Submit your application today!
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Contact a MEEP Energy Advisor today to learn more.

866-277-5605

apsmeep@dnvgl.com

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