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LI Nat Grid Rebate program ending early!

Robert O'Brien
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<span style="font-size:16pt">Important Energy

Efficiency Program Update: National Grid Long Island High Efficiency

Heating Equipment Program</span>

<span style="font-size:16pt">Suspension Effective

August 31, 2010</span>

We would like to express our

appreciation for your support for the National Grid Residential High

Efficiency Heating Equipment Program on Long Island. This program has

been a HUGE success! We have processed a record amount of rebates for

this program, so again, many thanks for your efforts and support.

Due to your efforts and

overwhelming customer response, the Long Island Residential High

Efficiency Heating Program has reached its target and fully allocated

its incentive funding*. As a result,

effective August 31, 2010, this program is suspended.

National Grid’s Energy Efficiency

programs are funded by the Systems Benefit Charge (SBC) which is funded

by our natural gas customers. The Public Service Commission allocates a

certain amount of this funding to run our programs and once funding has

been depleted we are required to suspend the program.

While the Long Island high efficiency heating

equipment program has been suspended, all our other** energy efficiency programs in New York

City and Long Island are still in effect. We encourage you and your

customers to visit our energy efficiency website <a href="http://www.powerofaction.com/">www.powerofaction.com</a>/efficiency

to learn more about all our programs, including our new Enhanced Home

Sealing Incentives Program expected to be implemented in August 2010.

LI Energy

Efficiency Heating Rebate Submissions:


Grid discounted heating equipment must be delivered or picked up by

contractor by August 31, 2010 in order to receive the energy efficiency

heating equipment rebate.  </li><li>All other

high efficiency heating equipment rebate* applications must be

post-marked by August 31, 2010. Applications postmarked on or after

September 1, 2010 will be denied due to inadequate program funding.</li></ol>

Thank you for your support of the Long Island High

Efficiency Heating Equipment Program.

<span>*Long Island Residential High

Efficiency Heating Equipment Program suspension includes all high

efficiency heating equipment, indirect water heaters,

contractor-installed thermostats, boiler reset controls, duct sealing

& insulation and BPI contractor incentives.</span>

<span>**Other NYC and LI Energy

Efficiency programs: Energy Star Products, Enhanced Home Sealing &

NYC High Efficiency Heating Equipment program</span>
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