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JEA volunteer Jaimie Cook, a manager in Project Accounting, helps pick up trash in Memorial Park as part of the 18th Annual St. Johns River Clean-up.
Water for Everyone –
Now and in the Future.
JEA has developed an Integrated Water Resource Plan (IWRP), which looks at how we can effectively and efficiently manage our water resources to benefit everyone while protecting the environment.
JEA residential (single family, mobile and multifamily homes with 2 to 4 units) account holders residing in JEA electric service territories in Northeast Florida are eligible for the program. All customers participating in the program must be on a JEA residential electric rate and reside in the JEA service territory.
Program is open to owners and renters. However, renters must obtain written permission from property owner/landlord for incentive eligibility.
No, you need to have a JEA pre-qualified contractor do the work. Find one near you by clicking here. Contractors who wish to participate can learn what it takes by clicking here. JEA encourages you to get at least three estimates.
No. Services must have been installed after November 1, 2010.
You can receive a discount from JEA and also receive federal tax credits and any other public rebate. You can also contact your contractor or the equipment manufacturer about additional coupons or rebates on specific energy efficiency equipment.
To learn more about the federal tax credit, click to visit ENERGY STAR® or call (888) 782-7937.
ShopSmart with JEA is being funded from two different sources. The energy audits and low-interest financing programs are being funded by a Department of Energy grant. JEA applied for this grant funding on behalf of our customers specifically for these two programs. We were pleased to have been selected as a grant recipient so we may offer, as a result, these discounted investment-grade energy audits and low-interest financing on energy-efficiency upgrades to our customers.
The other programs that fall under ShopSmart with JEA are being funded through JEA’s conservation fund. In 2007, JEA’s Board of Directors took action to create and fund a strategic conservation effort. Money for this fund comes from two places. First is the conservation charge. This $0.01 per kWh charge is assessed on a residential customer’s energy usage that exceeds 2750 kWh during a billing period. For reference, the average residential customer uses about 1250 kWh per billing period. Additionally, the JEA Board allocated a portion of rate dollars already being collected to this conservation fund. The purpose of the fund is to help our customers and the community become more energy-efficient in order to reduce future energy generation needs as well as environmental impacts such as carbon dioxide emissions. Building new generation is very costly, so avoiding new generation costs means that rates will stay lower longer. These types of energy efficiency programs help to keep rates lower for the community in general. Customers who take advantage of these programs will get an additional benefit because they will be using less energy no matter what the rates are. That’s what ShopSmart with JEA is all about; offering you incentives to make home improvements that will lower the energy usage required to maintain your current level of home comfort while at the same time, benefiting the community as a whole
Window films don’t bubble, crack, peel, delaminate, fade or discolor. Professionally-installed window film lasts for years and pays for itself over time in energy savings.
Learn more about participating in the program by clicking here; where you can also download and read the participation agreement.
After 30 days, use normal household cleaning solutions and a soft, lint-free cloth or towel.
No. Window film blocks energy loss – not your view or the daylight.