$25,000 for Residential
$80,000 for Schools and Commercial using local installer
Save for Tomorrow Energy Plan (STEP)
Schools (public and private): $2.00/W for first 25 kW; $1.30/W for any additional capacity
Residential using local installer: $1.60/W for first 25 kW
Residential not using local installer:$1.30/W for first 25 kW
Commercial using local installer: $1.60/W for first 25 kW; $1.30/W for any additional capacity
Commercial not using local installer: $1.30/W
Eligibility: Schools (private or public; must be accredited and nonprofit) who use local, registered CPS Energy Installers
Amount: $2.00 per watt-AC for the first 25 kilowatts (kW) and $1.30 per watt for any additional capacity, with a maximum rebate of $80,000.
Eligibility: Residential customers who use local certified CPS Energy Installers
Amount: $1.60 per watt-AC up to $25,000 maximum or 50% of rebated equipment installation labor and material costs, whichever value is less.
Eligibility: Commercial customers who use local certified CPS Energy Installers
Amount: $1.60 per watt-AC for the first 25 kW-AC and $1.30 per watt-AC for any additional capacity up to $80,000 maximum or 50% of rebated equipment installation labor and material costs, whichever value is less.
Eligibility: Residential and commercial customers who do not use local, registered CPS Energy Installers
Amount: $1.30 per watt-AC up to $25,000 maximum for residential and $80,000 for commercial
On an individual basis, rebate eligibility will be determined by a pre-inspection of the site. In order to ensure that rebated systems are efficient, safe, and productive, numerous equipment and installation requirements apply. System owners are responsible for obtaining all applicable permits and permissions required to install and operate the system and all work must be performed in accordance with all applicable federal, state, local, and manufacturer codes and standards. CPS publishes interconnection guidelines for systems smaller than 25 kW. Rules for larger systems will be determined on a case-by-case basis. Rebate recipients will be required to sign an agreement handing over all of the renewable energy credits (RECs) produced by the system to CPS Energy.
*CPS defines "local" as being located in CPS Energy territory with a CPS Energy electric account.