Efficiency Maine offers incentives for Technical Assistance Studies to those customers that have already identified a project but need additional outside assistance to move it forward. Efficiency Maine may provide up to 50% of the cost of an approved Technical Assistance Study up to $25,000. Eligible studies include investment grade analysis of large and more complex projects, system designs and construction bid documents of targeted measures, and battery system designs and interconnection studies.
To review the Technical Assistance guidelines and apply for an incentive, click here.
Are you a k-12 school seeking to lower facility carbon emissions? Efficiency Maine’s School Decarbonization Technical Assistance program can provide a 50% cost share up to $20,000 for studies that involve beneficial electrification or other complex projects designed to lower emissions. Efficiency Maine also offers a 50% cost share for legal services to arrange solar PV power purchase agreements (PPAs) or net energy billing (NEB) agreements for schools willing to retain and retire the associated renewable energy credits (RECs).
To review the School Decarbonization Technical Assistance guidelines and apply for an incentive, click here.
Are you doing a Technical Assistance study for a Distributed Generation project? Click here for the Technical Analysis checklist.
For a full list of Efficiency Maine’s approved Technical Assistance providers, click here.
Interested in becoming a Technical Assistance provider? Click here for more information.