The following information needs to be provided to the Program to ensure that audit incentive payments are not delayed. The Program completes routine spot checks of energy audit submissions. Per Section 8.04 of the Partnership Agreement, the Comprehensive Home Audit (CHA) report must be provided to the customer within 14 calendar days of the site visit audit completion.
- Utility Usage Information: At least 12 months of electrical and heating fuel usage. If the homeowner has not been in the home for 12 months a properly completed Waiver may be accepted. Accepted usage includes the following:
- 12-24 months of utility or provider bills/invoices
- 2 bills with meter reads 12 months apart
- Utility generated annual usage statement
- Online generated annual usage statement
- Usage data with bar graphs and specific numbers corresponding to each month
- Handwritten/self-generated computer spreadsheet if accompanied with 1 monthly bill/statement (bill must match usage on spreadsheet for at least that month)
- File Type Uploaded: PDF of customer facing report only, 20 MB or less.
- Customer Information: Customer name and address are accurate and consistent with information the customer submitted to the Program.
- Recommended Measures: Comprehensive Home Audit (CHA) report includes a detailed, itemized list of all recommended measures with quantity and cost information.
- Energy Savings Calculations: CHA report includes energy savings calculations.
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