About eScore

What is eScore? eScore is TVA’s energy efficiency program that allows homeowners the ability to make their home more efficient while affording them the opportunity to earn rebates for work performed at the same time.
All work performed through the eScore program must meet TVA standards and be performed by a certified TVA contractor to insure proper installation.

A few simple steps are all that is required to participate. Information is provided below to see who is eligible, how to participate, what incentives you may be entitled to, instant savings measures that the homeowner can do themselves, contractors who participate in our area and contact information for your TVEC energy advisor who can help you through this process.

Eligibility

               Eligible

          NOT Eligible

Single Family Dwelling

Single Family Dwelling (3 units or more)

Single Family Dwelling with Detached Building (e.g. conditioned garage, mother-in-law suite)

New Home (permanent electric service for less than 1 year)

Duplex (separately metered)

Any residence not separately metered

Manufactured Homes

Commercial Property

Modular Homes

Industrial Property

Rental (must be described above)

Time-Share Property

Condo (must be deeded separately)

Local Power Company doesn't participate

The homeowner must be the one to initiate all upgrades (Renters not eligible)

 

Participation

Once you have determined your home is eligible, visit www.2eScore.com and answer a few simple questions to create a portal for your home. This portal will be the pathway that you, your contractor(s) and your local energy advisor will use to reach your goal of energy efficiency.

Financing

TVEC offers financing for the installation of heat pumps and weatherization. An applicant must have a minimum of a 625 Equifax credit score, have a good payment history with TVEC and own the home. Heat pump loans range from $2,500 to $15,000 and weatherization loans from $2,500 to $5,000. An application is available to interested participants at the link on this page or you may pick one up in either TVEC office. Click HERE for application.

Rebates

Upgrade

Rebate

Attic Insulation

50% or $250 maximum

Air Sealing

50% or $200 maximum

Duct System

50% or $200 maximum

Heat Pump Water Heater

50% or $200 maximum

Window Replacement

$25 per window or $500 maximum

Storm windows over single pane

$12.50 per window or $250 maximum

Exterior Door Replacement

$50 per door or $300 maximum

Electric Heat Pump
(duct or non-duct)

$250 per system

Yearly Heat Pump Tune-up

$15.00 per unit

Geothermal Heat Pump

$500 per system

Dual Fuel Heat Pump

$250 per system

 

 

Contractors

TVEC LOCAL CONTRACTORS

AD SERVICE

SAVANNAH, TN

731-925-5735

COOPER HEATING & A/C

SAVANNAH, TN

731-925-4104

FULLER HEATING & A/C

MUSCLE SHOALS, AL

256-381-7195

GRAY'S INSULATION

SELMER, TN

731-610-5276

HARBIN HEATING & A/C

COUNCE, TN

731-689-3651

INSULATION WORKS

FLORENCE, AL

256-762-8477

MCDANIEL WINDOW & DOOR

FLORENCE, AL

256-767-2568

MORRIS REFRIGERATION

COLLINWOOD, TN

931-724-9387

RBC INSULATION

HOHENWALD, TN

931-628-0958

RIVER CITY REFRIGERATION

WAYNESBORO, TN

931-332-0896

 

Water Heater

Water heater change outs are eligible for rebates as well. Homeowners replacing electric with electric receive a $50 rebate while those replacing gas with electric receive a $100 rebate.
All the customer is required to do is come by either office, fill out a simple form, and provide a copy of their receipt of purchase of new water heater.

New Homes

Newly constructed homes can earn incentives as well. By signing an intent to participate agreement and following the prescriptive path of requirements, new home builders can receive a $300.00 incentive.
Each requirement helps to ensure that the home is as energy efficient as possible. Click here to view a list of requirements for new home builders, or you may pick one up at either TVEC office.

Instant Saving
Measures

Although they may not be eligible for rebates, there are several instant saving measures that a homeowner can perform to help curb energy consumption. Installation of compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFL’s) and low flow shower heads (well pumps) can lower usage along with air drying laundry and adjusting thermostats on electrical appliances. Energy Star appliances and electronics when replacing existing ones are a good practice also.

 

Local Energy Advisor

You can always consult your local TVEC energy advisor for more information. Contact Steven Turnbow at 1-931-722-5441 or 1-731-925-4916 with any questions you may have.