How do I become an energy efficiency dealer?
You must submit proof of the following documents:
- A certificate of liability insurance with $1 million in general liability, bodily injury and property damage per each occurrence
- Automobile Liability Insurance including coverage for bodily injury and property damage.
- Workers' Compensation Insurance for Energy Efficiency Dealer's employees to the extent of statutory limits and Occupational Disease and Employer's Liability Insurance for not less than $500,000.
- Copy of your W-9
- Energy Efficiency Dealer Network participation agreement form plus one of the following documents:
- State or local contractors registration
- Manufacturer's Training Certificate
- Good Standing Certificate from the Secretary of State
- Workforce Development Registration
Learn more about becoming a Participating Dealer
What is the phone number for claim form questions and help?
Call the Energy-Efficiency Hotline at 1-866-ALLIANT (1-866-255-4268).
How do I get more forms?
Download forms at alliantenergy.com/forms or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I submit claim forms? Is there another way besides mailing?
Yes, in Iowa and Minnesota you can mail your claim forms or use the dedicated fax line at 319-450-0218. If you fax a claim form, please do not mail it.
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If I have a large commercial customer project to discuss, who do I call?
Call 1-866-255-4268 to speak to the Business Resource Center.
Why do the energy-efficiency programs differ for each state?
Each state sets its own guidelines for customer incentive programs:
- In Iowa and Minnesota, incentive programs are mandated and overseen by the state regulatory commissions and administered directly by the utility companies.
- In Wisconsin, regulators require that incentive programs be administered by an outside non-profit agency. In this case, it is Focus on Energy.
Learn more about energy efficiency programs