At EAM, we want to make the process of creating a better home as easy for you as possible. Here on our downloads page, find forms you will need to get your project going or required Energy Star checklists to make sure your system is the best it can be.
This form is used to register a home with the NJ Office of Clean Energy. It must be submitted for each unit for which the builders wishes to apply for a rebate. All of New Jersey’s residential new construction rebate programs are covered by this form, including Tier 1 NJ Energy Efficient Homes, Tier 2 Energy Star Homes, Tier 3 Climate Choice Homes, and the Multi-Family High Rise Program. Page 1 of the form deals with general information about the project, developer/general contractor, and selected sub-contractors. The construction team may choose to either complete this section on their own, or assist EAM in collecting the necessary information.
This form is to be filled out and submitted to EAM along with the plans for any projects for which a builder requests energy analysis. The first page of the form asks for general information regarding the owner/developer and the project to be reviewed. The remainder of the form is concerned with the various project components which have an impact on energy code and program compliance. These areas include insulation levels, fenestration performance, mechanical systems, and lights & appliances. Many of these items are not sufficiently detailed on architectural or engineering drawings so it is important that this form be submitted along with your plans to ensure prompt and accurate analysis.
Compliance with this checklist is required by the EPA for home certification under Energy Star Version 3. It is to be completed by the HVAC contractor, and submitted to EAM at or prior to EAM’s final inspection of the home. HVAC contractors must be credentialed by an EPA-recognized HVAC Quality Installation Training and Oversight Organization prior to beginning work on an Energy Star Version 3 home. Final verification of home compliance with Energy Star Version 3 and rebate applications cannot be completed until EAM is in receipt of this form.
Compliance with this checklist is required by the EPA for home certification under Energy Star Version 3. It is tobe completed by the builder, and submitted to EAM at or prior to EAM’s final inspection of the home. Final verification of home compliance with Energy Star Version 3 and rebate applications cannot be completed until EAM is in receipt of this form.