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November 2013


NORTHWESTERN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.


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Save with Northwestern Electric’s rebate program Get cash back on qualifying water heater and heat pump installations


energy efficient heat pumps or electric water heaters.


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Rebates for electric water heaters are being paid for tanks of 40 gallon or larger with an energy rating of .93 or greater. First time installation of a high efficient model, new or conver- sion from gas, qualifies for a $100 rebate. Replacement of an existing electric tank qualifies for a $50 rebate. Once the new water heater is pur- chased and installed, contact NWEC. Jonna Hensley will come out and verify the installation. She will need to see the old tank and will ask for in- formation pertaining to your purchase. After she verifies the new tank quali- fies for the rebate, NWEC will mail a check directly to the homeowner. Heat pumps, both air source and ground source, qualify for varying amounts of cash rebates. (353002) For an air source heat pump unit to qualify, it must have a minimum rat-


Hidden account number contest


Last month’s account numbers went unclaimed. They belonged to Jeff Taylor and Terry Anderson. We have hidden two account numbers somewhere in the articles in this newsletter. The numbers will always be enclosed in parentheses and will look similar to this example (XXXXXX).


If you recognize your account


number, all you have to do is give us a call on or before the 8th of the current month and we’ll give you a credit on your bill for the amount stated.


This month’s numbers are worth $75 each. Happy hunting!


orthwestern Electric will pay a cash rebate to qualifying mem- bers who replace or install new


ing of 16 SEER, 13.4 EER and an 8.5 HSPF. The rebate for a new unit or gas conversion is $250 per ton. If you are replacing an old electric unit, the rebate is $150 per ton.


Ground source heat pumps must meet a minimum rating of 16.1 EER and a 3.3 COP for closed loop systems and an 18.2 EER and 3.6 COP for open looped systems. New units and gas conversions qualify for a rebate of $250 per ton. Replacement units qualify for a rebate of $150 per ton. The verification process for heat pumps is similar to the water heater process. Jonna will need to verify the installation and see the information pertaining to the purchase. After the verification process has been complet- ed, Northwestern Electric will mail the check to the homeowner.


Rebates can not exceed $1,000 per application and all units must be AHRI certified. A rebate application form for heat pump installations is available on our website at www.nwecok.coop or you can call the office to request a


Source: ClimateMaster


form. All requests for rebates must be made within 30 days after the installa- tion is completed.


Additional funds may be avail- able for heat pump installations from our power supplier, Western Farmers Electric Cooperative. Members could possibly receive an additional $75- $450 per ton depending on the type of installation and energy efficiency ratings of the unit.


Contact Jonna at 256.7425 or 800.375.7423 for more information.


Sweet Potato Casserole


4 to 5 medium thinly sliced sweet potatoes, cooked and drained 1 c. white sugar 3 eggs


1 stick oleo, melted 2 tsp. vanilla


In a large bowl, mix potatoes, sugar, eggs, oleo and vanilla with mixer. Pour into buttered 9x13 inch casserole dish.


Topping:


1 c. chopped pecans 1 c. brown sugar 1 stick oleo, melted 1 c. flour


Mix above ingredients and crumble over casserole. Bake at 350° for 30 minutes.


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