Rebate Application Forms

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Additional Tools

These documents are additional tools to help you with your Whole Home rebate process depending on the method that you use to submit! The self submission check list is there to serve as a reminder that all of the steps have been taken and the 3rd Party Authorization Form is an optional form for builders that have a 3rd party, typically their energy rater, submit the rebate applications on their behalf. The authorization allows the 3rd Party to ask questions on your behalf regarding rebate submissions as well as provide updated information, should there be a need to do so. A 3rd party may still submit the application on your behalf without submitting a 3rd Party Authorization Form, however, Intermountain Gas will be limited in the information they can discuss with the 3rd Party.

8 Easy Steps to Completing Online Rebates

  1. Fill out the Participant Information
  2. Fill out the Building Information section
  3. Fill out the Contractor Information section
  4. Select appropriate Rebate Type for all qualifying measures that were installed
  5. Fill out all information on hand for installed equipment
  6. The homeowner needs to sign the Participation Agreement
  7. Attach a copy of the final invoice for the installed, rebate eligible equipment.
  8. Submit the application.

My Rebate is Submitted... What Now?

  1. A notification email is sent to the homeowner and the installer, confirming the application has been submitted.
  2. A notification is sent to the Intermountain Gas Company Energy Efficiency Department that a form is ready for review.
  3. The application is reviewed for completeness, in the order the application was received.
    • If there are any issues with the form, a member of the Energy Efficiency Team will reach out to resolve them.
  4. A check will be mailed for qualifying equipment 6 – 8 weeks after rebate application submission.
    • So long as any issues that come up are resolved in a timely manner.

Quick Tips

  1. Notification emails will come from [email protected]
  2. The form can be saved and revisited later at any point prior to submitting the application.
    • An email with a link to the saved form will go to the email address of your choosing.
    • The option to save is available at the bottom of the online application.
  3. If the efficiency of the old equipment is known, please mark “is rebate for equipment being replaced” and enter the efficiency rating of the old unit. (i.e. 80% AFUE).
  4. If multiple types of eligible equipment are going in, these can be entered on the same form.

Troubleshooting

  1. The Application has been saved, or submitted, but an email with the link to the form has not been received.
    • Check the Spam folder of the email address the link should have been sent to.
  2. My file won’t upload.
    • Confirm that the file being uploaded is under 100 MB in size.
    • If the file is below this limit, it is likely a format that is not supported by the online form, use PDF format for best results.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. It’s been more than 8 weeks since my rebate application has been submitted, what should I do?
  2. Can I use the online form on a phone or tablet?
    • Yes, the online form has been optimized for mobile devices.
  3. Will I forfeit the rebate if my old equipment is high efficiency?
    • No, so long as the new equipment meets our minimum efficiency requirement, the efficiency of the old unit does not affect your eligibility.
  4. Why do you require the Type, Year Built, and Square Footage of my home for the rebate?
    • This information is used to inform the program and help us identify areas where we may need to focus outreach and education regarding Intermountain’s Residential Energy Efficiency Program.
  5. Why do you ask for the efficiency of the old equipment I’m replacing?
    • This helps Intermountain better understand what might be the baseline of equipment that is being installed outside of the Rebate Program.
  6. What does the Heat Loss Calculated for the Home item mean?
    • The HVAC installer will have performed work to ensure that the newly installed furnace is sized properly for the home and should be able to provide this BTU value.
  7. Why do I not see the option for the Whole Home Package on the online form?
    • We are currently working on a separate application form for this measure of the Residential Energy Efficiency Rebate Program.