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Where do I Start?

The first step in the conversion process is determining what type of system you already have. If you are unsure, contact a local mechanical contractor to assist you. Once you have determined what type of system you have, you can better understand your options.

There are a variety of resources statewide that can help. One resources is Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC). The AHFC helps Alaskans find energy programs to meet their needs.

AHFC can assist you in finding the right options to help you achieve your home energy conversion goals.

The Cold Climate Housing Research Center (CCHRC) is another great resource for determining what heating system may work best for you. Check out www.cchrc.org for more information.

Proposed Distribution Maps

Visit IGU’s website to view the utility’s proposed distribution system build-out scenarios and find out when your neighborhood is scheduled for distribution system construction.


Conversion Table

The average costs are supplied by local heating and plumbing businesses in Fairbanks and North Pole for the purposes of the conversion analysis report. For the full conversion table, click here.

System

Business Average Cost

Boiler high-efficiency unit with hot water  $ 10,700.00
Boiler medium-efficiency unit with hot water  $ 9,000.00
Furnace with hot water  $ 6,400.00
Water Heater (only)  $ 2,300.00
Burners (replacement only)  $ 2,700.00
Space Heaters  $  2,800.00

Helpful Links and Information

 

 


Conversion Frequently Asked Questions
Visit our Helpful Links and Information tab for additional home energy program partners or check out our list of Frequently Asked Questions that may help answer some common questions associated with energy rebate and conversion programs.