Arizona Public Service (APS)

APS currently has more than a gigawatt of solar, wind, biomass/biogas and geothermal generation installed – enough power to meet the energy needs of over 340,000 customers. This is the result of over 55,000 customer installations within various APS renewable energy programs. APS residential and non-residential customers have more than 5,000 open applications, representing over 41 MW of additional solar capacity that is currently under development.


For additional information on APS’s renewable energy programs, visit aps.com/gosolar or call us at 602-328-1924 (Metro Phoenix) or 800-659-8148 (outside Metro Phoenix) or contact APS via email.


The 2016 solar water heating incentive program opened on January 1, 2016. The residential up-front incentive for solar water heating systems is up to $0.30/first year kWh savings based on the OG-300 rating. Residential customers apply by logging into their aps.com account and selecting “my rebates and renewables.” See the application guide at aps.com/solarforms for program requirements. Non-residential customers may participate in this program as well by first downloading the 2016 UFI Non-Residential SWH Application and CPA at aps.com/solarforms (under the resources section) and submitting the completed documents as directed.



The APS Renewable Energy Program is also open to residential and non-residential customers installing a solar electric system. To apply for interconnection to our electric grid, visit aps.com/dg and select the appropriate “residential” or “non-residential” tab for a process overview, agreements, interconnection requirements, and application links.



Track participation in the 2016 incentive program as well as remaining budget.

 

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Renewable Energy





Portfolio (in Mw)*
Reserved / Installed
Total
Residential MWdc
34.9 / 318.1
353.0
Non-Residential MWdc
6.5 / 264.0
270.5
Utility Scale MWac
NA / 803
803
 APS Owned MWac NA / 15
 15
 

2016 Non-Residential Solar Incentive Program Information

APS has $200,000 in up-front incentives available in 2016 to fund both residential and non-residential solar water heating projects on a first-come, first served basis.

Solar Water Heaters (SWH)

Solar water heaters are a cost-effective way to use solar power at your business's facilities. And, unlike other energy sources that may increase cost over time, the sun's energy is free and renewable. Solar water heating is a clean, cost-effective way to heat your facility’s water. Solar water heaters also use relatively little space.

Solar Water Heaters have a collector on the building’s roof, which catches sunlight and warms the water inside the system. The hot water is piped to a holding tank, ready for use. Water that is not used is circulated back through the system, keeping it hot. Your electricity back-up system will work at night or on dark, cloudy days.

Terms & Conditions:

The up-front incentive for Solar Water Heaters is up to $0.30/first year’s expected savings per either the OG-300 rating or the energy savings and designed output (ES&D) report for large systems with OG-100 equipment.

Incentives are limited and are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. The application and a sample credit purchase agreement for non-residential customers are both available at aps.com/solarforms.

 

APS Renewable Energy Incentives are subject to change and funding availability. Visit aps.com for information on available rebates and detailed terms and conditions.

Residential and Non-Residential APS Installations

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Details Status Technology Incentive
Program
System Size
(kW)
Power Generation
(kWh)
System
Cost
Incentive
Offered
Zip Code
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive TBD 85023-1410
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive 8.68 14,322 TBD 85364
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive 9.28 TBD 85395
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive 4.24 6,996 TBD 86305
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive TBD 85020
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive TBD 85020
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive 26.50 43,725 TBD 85029
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive TBD 85032
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive TBD 85032
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive TBD 85032-4327
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive 6.63 TBD 85050
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive 11.16 18,414 TBD 85051
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive 9.88 16,302 TBD 85053
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive TBD 85053-4640
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive TBD 85086
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive TBD 85086-3643
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive TBD 85132
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive 15.86 26,169 TBD 85233
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive TBD 85255
[+] 2 - Reserved PV - Solar Panels Non-Incentive 5.30 8,745 TBD 85306-2428
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Please Note:
  • Incentives identified under "Applied" status are estimates based on current levels of incentives at the time a customer submits their application and are subject to change at the time an application is reserved.
  • Solar Water Heating Incentive Budget Report

    APS incentive and funding levels are subject to change based on Arizona Corporation Commission Order.

    Prior to payment of renewable energy incentives, customers must submit a W-9 form to APS. Additional information on submitting the W-9 will be provided when customers receive their reservation confirmation. W-9 forms are available online at the IRS website.  

    Solar Water Heating

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    Beginning Budget

    Funds Requested

    (Installed & Reserved)

    Remaining Budget

    $200,000

    $11,559

     $188,441

     application type solar water heating
     applications reserved 12
     systems installed 2
     funds installed $1,674
     funds reserved $9,885
     funds requested $11,559

    The 2016 APS Solar Water Heating Incentive Program serves both residential and commercial customers, and both application types will be tracked on this funding page. The incentive rate is $0.30/kWh for the first year’s expected savings per either the OG-300 rating or the energy savings and designed output (ES&D) report for large systems with OG-100 equipment.

    Updated 4/21/2016