The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is offering rebates for energy efficient manufactured homes sited in their seven-state service area. Effective January 1, 2014, home manufacturing plants can receive $1,200 for each ENERGY STAR certified home and $1,275 for every ENERGY STAR home built with additional energy efficiency features, called "Plus" homes. To be eligible, homes must be electrically heated, equipped with a heat pump and sold to a customer of a TVA member utility.
Participating HVAC distributors receive $500 for every heat pump sale. The HVAC distributor rebate covers the difference in price between a straight air conditioning system and a heat pump so customers can upgrade to a more efficient heat pump at no added cost.
While the incentives go to manufactured home builders and HVAC distributors, the real beneficiary is the customer, who will enjoy the energy savings for the life of the home. Compared to a conventional manufactured home without a heat pump, ENERGY STAR homes will lower home electric bills by about $70 per month, providing thousands of dollars in savings over the life of the home. ENERGY STAR homes also are more comfortable, quieter, require less maintenance and are likely to have higher resale value.
To take advantage of the rebate, plants should contact Gwynne Koch, SBRA Program Manager, at
(212) 496-0900 x120 or email@example.com for details.
Press Release (PDF) - January 13, 2012
Participating home manufacturing plants
These home manufacturers are participating in the TVA ENERGY STAR program:
- Buccaneer Homes, Hamilton, AL
- Cavalier Home Builders, Addison, AL
- Cavalier Home Builders, Nashville, NC
- Champion Home Builders, Dresden, TN
- Clayton Homes, Knoxville, TN
- Clayton Homes, Maynardville, TN
- Clayton Homes, Rutledge, TN
- Clayton Homes, Oxford, NC
- Clayton Homes, Waycross, GA
- Clayton Homes, Andersonville, TN
- Clayton Homes, Savannah, TN
- Deer Valley Homebuilders, Guin, AL
- Destiny Home Builders, Moultrie, GA
- Franklin Homes, Russellville, AL
- Fleetwood Homes, Lafayette, TN
- Fleetwood Homes, Douglas, GA
- Giles Industries, New Tazewell, TN
- Norris Homes, Bean Station, TN
- Schult Homes, Richfield, NC
- Schult Homes, Rockwell, NC
- ScotBilt Homes, Waycross, GA
- Southern Energy Homes, Addison, AL
- Southern Estates, Addison, AL
- Southern Homes I, Russellville, AL
- Southern Homes IV, Lynn, AL
- TruMH, White Pine, TN
HVAC distributors participating in TVA's Volume Heat Pump Program for Manufactured Homes
The rebate to the HVAC distributor is designed to cover the difference in price between a straight air conditioning system and a heat pump so customers can upgrade to a more efficient heat pump at no added cost. These HVAC distributors are participating in TVA's Volume Heat Pump Program for Manufactured Homes:
- Bama Air Conditioning
Mr. William Hyde
Highway 13 North
Haleyville, AL 35565
- Blevins (TN)
Ms. Katie Cole
421 Hart Lane
Nashville, TN 37216
- Blevins (VA)
Ms. Kathy Szulewski
21528 Travelite Drive
Bristol, VA 24202
- BR Supply
Mr. Ed Long
14965 South Highland Ave.
McKenzie, TN 38201
- Corbin's Heating and Cooling
Mr. Brad Corbin
2253 Rice Mill Chavers Rd.
Albertville, AL 35951
- Northgate Parts
Ms. Teresa Fowler
687 Boy Scout Rd.
Hixson, TN 37343
- Ron's Mobile Home Parts
Ms. Gina McCarty
3028 John B Dennis Hwy.
Kingsport, TN 37660
- Style Crest
Ms. Ashly Martin
2450 Enterprise St.
Freemont, OH 43420
If your HVAC distributor is not listed above but is interested in participating in TVA's Volume Heat Pump Program for Manufactured Homes, they should contact:
Lisa Haislip, Project Manager
Consumer & Small Business Programs
Tennessee Valley Authority
OCP 2F-NST, 26 Century Blvd., Suite 100
Nashville, TN 37214
Tel: (615) 232-6914
the Rebate - Home Manufacturers
Verify Home Location
|When you receive an order, use the Zip Code Lookup Tool to verify that the home is a customer of a TVA member utility. |
For a service area map and complete list of TVA Member Utilities, see below.
|Step 2. Coordinate|
|Check with the retailer to make sure the home is also receiving a heat pump discount under TVA's Volume Heat Pump Program for Manufactured Homes. Refer to the List of Retailers purchasing equipment from participating HVAC distributors. |
If the retailer is not receiving a discount on the heat pump, tell them to contact TVA's representative, Lisa Haislip, at (615) 232-6914 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Report ENERGY STAR home production in Information Manager. Before saving the home record, remember to select TVA Rebate Program and enter the home's Floor Area (sq. ft.)|
Send Checklist to Retailer
|Print the Heat Pump Make and Model Number chart on the back side of your ENERGY STAR Site Installation Checklist and provide it to the retailer with instructions for completing.|
Collect Completed Checklists
|Coordinate with retailers to complete the Checklist, including the heat pump information. Keep a copy for the plant's files and make a copy to submit with the invoice to SBRA. Update the home's record in Information Manager, completing all
Homeowner Information fields.|
|By the last business day of each month, submit an itemized invoice that lists for each home the serial number, address and homebuyer's full name. Include a copy of the Checklist and Heat Pump information for each home listed on the invoice. Mail or email all documentation to:
Systems Building Research Alliance
1776 Broadway, Suite 2205
New York, NY 10019
Tennessee Valley Authority's Service Area
TVA's service area covers all or part of the states listed below. (Click
on the map to enlarge).
TVA Power Distributors and Map (PDF)