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RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS

Look for our all new 2018 application just after the new year!!

2018 Residential Incentive Application

Be sure to follow the instructions on the application. All applicable residential rebates are listed on the application.

Receipts are required as proof of purchase.

In some cases the packaging, or photo of the packaging may be required to prove Energy Star certification. Please double check before throwing anything away.

Rebates come as a check to the person listed on the TCLP account and take 6-8 week to receive.

If an account is not in good standing at the time of rebate approval, the rebate will be applied towards your Traverse City Light and Power account.

Get Paid to Recycle!!

Did you know old refrigerators and freezers use two to three times as much energy as newer models?

This can add up to $150 a year to your electric bill. 

You can receive $30 in rebates when you recycle your inefficient refrigerator or freezer.

All we require is that it is running.

Click here for program details.

To schedule a pick-up or to learn more about the program, call 231-922.4940.

Room Air Conditioner and Dehumidifier Recycling

TCL&P also offers a $15 bill credit for recycling your working room air conditioning unit or dehumidifier twice a year at the Clean Up & Green Up community

recycling event. For future event dates and times, click here.  

 

COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERS

A new year, a new look. Click on the icon below to check out our 2018 C&I Energy Saver Application.

  

There are some changes from 2017, so feel free to email rebates@tclp.org or call (231) 922-4940 with any questions. 

Also stay tuned for our 2018 Energy Saver Kickoff Event. Email rebates@tclp.org if you would like to be added to our invite list. 

TCLP has an extensive commercial rebate program that offers incentives for everything from LED lighting* upgrades to Energy Star kitchen equipment and HVAC systems. Download our application to see everything we have to offer, or just get in touch to go over your new project.

If you don’t see it on our application, it doesn’t necessarily mean you won’t qualify for a rebate. We can customize rebates if there is a project that saves electricity, but doesn’t necessarily fall under a category on our application. 

*To qualify, lighting must be used at least 1,800 hours per year and other equipment must operate at least 1,500 hours per year

**Applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis while annual funds are available. 

***A pre-approval is required to reserve funding for all projects, an inspection of the project may be required once project is complete and in some cases before work begins. Please contact TCLP to verify before starting work. If a pre-approval is required and work is already completed, TCLP may deny the rebate application.

 

0% Financing through Venture North

Looking to finance your project? Visit Venture North's page to get more info on how you qualify for a 0% loan up to $50,000.

Just click on the link below. 

Venture North

 

 

REPORTS

For the 2016 reporting period, Traverse City Light & Power filed its 2016 Energy Optimization Program Evaluation Report with the Michigan Public Service Commission as required under Public Act 295. The complete report can be viewed below.

2016 Energy Optimization Program Evaluation Report

In 2015, Traverse City Light and Power filed two biennial reports with the Michigan Public Service Commission: one for the utility's Renewable Energy Plan and another for the utility's Energy Optimization Program. Both filings are requirements under Public Act 295 and can be viewed below.

2015 Renewable Energy Biennial Filing

2015 Energy Optimization Biennial Filing

In 2011, Traverse City Light and Power filed plans with the Michigan Public Service Commission for the next phase of Public Act 295, which covers the years 2012 to 2015. Below are those reports

TCLP EO 2012-2015 Year Amended Plan
Traverse City Attachment A
Traverse City Attachment B

Public Act 295 requires all municipal utilities to file yearly updated reports with the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC). Below are the information and reports for the Energy Optimization Program and Renewable Energy Plan.

2013 Renewable Energy Biennial Filing

2012 Renewable Energy Plan Annual Report
2012 Energy Optimization Filing

2011 Energy Optimization Filing
2011 Board Report

2010 Energy Optimization Filing
2010 Renewable Energy Plan Filing