Certified High-Performance Home (CHPH) Rebates
Available Funding as of Oct. 1, 2020: $166,250
Whether you’re in the market for a new home or interested in evaluating your own home, it’s important to look beyond what you can see, specifically how much it costs to heat and cool the home. Purchasing an energy-efficient, high-performance home allows you to lower your carbon footprint, maximize energy savings and qualify for up to $250 in OPPD Rebates.
Energy efficient homes achieve higher efficiency through a variety of features beyond current energy code requirements. Those features include air quality, insulation, HVAC and windows, making it more valuable and cost effective for a lifetime.
- Home must be served by OPPD on a residential service rate
- Home must be certified by a RESNET Home Energy Professional
- Rebates paid for qualified homes with a HERS index of 60 or below
For more specifics, see program Terms and Conditions.
Understanding the Home Energy Rating System (HERS)
The HERS index is the industry standard for measuring a homes energy efficiency and calculates a home's energy performance. A certified RESNET Home Energy Rater can perform a home energy analysis and calculate a performance score (the HERS Index Score) based on standardized measures. The lower the score, the more efficient the home.
How Does the HERS Index Work?
The benchmark for the score was developed based on the 2006 IECC energy code standards and is rated at 100 on the HERS Index.
HERS Index Score of 70 is 30% more energy efficient than the standard benchmark.
HERS Index Score of 130 is 30% less energy efficient than the standard benchmark.
For more information about HERS, visit www.hersindex.com/.
For questions regarding CHPH rebates, email ResidentialRebates@oppd.com or call 402-536-4131.