Rebates and Incentive Programs:ENERGY STAR® Pool Pumps
As electricity usage continues to increase, our community must work together to lighten the load.
Become a South Fork PEAK SAVER - and help reduce energy consumption on the South Fork - and save money, too.
Energy efficient pool pumps. Another way to save.
Your pool pump could be costing you. Pool pumps are often-overlooked energy hogs, costing up to $500 a year to run. An ENERGY STAR certified variable-speed pool pump can use up to 75% less energy and can save up to $350 a year, over a standard unit.
You can receive $950 in combined pool pump rebates for the installation of your ENERGY STAR variable-speed pool pump(s) (1/2 horsepower or larger).
- $350 PSEG Long Island for each pool pump
- $500 South Fork Peak Savers for each pool pump
- Up to $100 in additional manufacturer’s rebates for select models
- Pump must be listed as an Energy Star variable-speed pool pump, ½ horsepower or larger
- Customer must have an active PSEG Long Island Account
- Pump must be installed by a current, participating PSEG Long Island dealer or installer
- Device(s) must be installed east of the Shinnecock canal
Steps to Saving with Pool Pumps
- Step One: Locate a participating dealer or installer.
- Step Two: Purchase eligible equipment.
- Step Three: Apply for the PSEG Long Island $350 rebate.
- Step Four: Apply for the South Fork Peak Savers $500 rebate.
Ready to take the plunge?
Contact South Fork Peak Savers today: [email protected]
or call 833-346-2181 to get started.
The 2nd annual South Fork 100% Renewable Energy Forum will take place on June 28, 2017
The 2nd annual South Fork 100% Renewable Energy Forum was held on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 from 12:30PM to 6:15PM at LTV in Wainscott. With both Southampton and East Hampton townships now aiming to meet community-wide electricity needs 100% with renewable energy sources, elected officials, energy experts and community stakeholders will be gathering to learn, discuss and plan for the energy transformation of Long Island's South Fork.
The event, organized by Renewable Energy Long Island and co-sponsored by the Towns of East Hampton and Southampton, was open to the public and free of charge.
The event was held on June 28, 2017 at 12:30pm - 6:15pm at LTV Studios, 75 Industrial Rd, Wainscott, NY 11975 and filmed by LTV.
The event was broadcast by LTV and is available as video-on-demand as follows:
11:30 AM Pre-program activity (outside):
Tesla Airstream display of Tesla PowerWall (Home Battery Storage), Tesla Solar Roof, and Tesla cars
12:30 PM – 1:00 PM
Registration, Light Lunch and Initiation of the Mapping Exercise
1:00 – 1:05 PM
Welcome: Linda James, Town of East Hampton Energy Sustainability Committee
1:05 PM –1:25 PM
The South Fork as Leading Edge of New York’s Energy Transformation
Gordian Raacke, Executive Director, Renewable Energy Long Island (RELI)
1:25 PM – 2:15 PM
Technical Solutions Panel
Facilitator: Gordian Raacke, Renewable Energy Long Island
Offshore Wind for the South Fork, Jennifer Garvey, Deepwater Wind
Reducing Peak Demand, Bruce Humenik, Applied Energy Group
South Fork Energy Efficiency, Lynn Arthur, Tri-Energy
2:15 PM – 2:35 PM
Short video of East Hampton Energy Awareness Day 2016
2:35 PM – 3:35 PM
Policy Solutions Panel
Facilitator: James Gallagher, New York Smart Grid Consortium
LIPA Integrated Resource Plan, Tom Falcone, LIPA CEO
New York Offshore Wind Master Plan, Greg Matzat, NYSERDA
Changing Markets & Emerging Distributed Energy, Julia Bovey
3:35 PM – 3:45 PM
Short video "New York is Building the Energy System of Tomorrow Today"
3:45 PM - 4:35 PM
South Fork Initiatives Panel: Goals, Opportunities and Challenges
Facilitator: Peter Van Scoyoc, Deputy Supervisor, Town of East Hampton
Town of East Hampton, Supervisor Larry Cantwell
Town of Southampton, Supervisor Jay Schneiderman
East Hampton Resilience Initiatives, Jeremy Samuelson
Southampton Sustainability Initiatives, Dieter von Lehsten
4:35 PM – 5:25 PM
The Way Forward Panel
Facilitator: Krae Van Sickle, East Hampton Energy Sustainability Committee
Transportation, Nick Palumbo, Suffolk Community College
Renewable Heating, Donovan Gordon, NYSERDA
Managing High Levels of Distributed Energy Resources, Brian Fitzsimons, GridUnity
5:25 PM – 5:40 PM
5:40 PM – 6:00 PM
6:00 PM – 6:10 PM
Concluding Remarks Linda James, Town of East Hampton Energy Sustainability Comm.
Gordian Raacke, Renewable Energy Long Island
reLI’s mission is to empower communities on Long Island and beyond through renewable energy outreach and education. We do this by 1) serving as a resource to help communities join the global 100% renewable energy movement, and 2) providing consumer-friendly information on commercial and residential clean energy technologies such as solar, wind and energy efficiency. Our website features a clean energy contractor locator making it simple to connect customers and clean energy companies.