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Many individuals and businesses sell, service, and install heating systems in Indianapolis and suburbs like Carmel, Fishers and Beech Grove. Though located in outlying areas, some of these contractors may serve the entire metropolitan area. Individual contractors may apply for membership to the Greater Indianapolis Plumbing Heating Cooling s Association. This association offers its members educational opportunities and promotes the industry through lobbying efforts. Many of the heating contractors that belong to the GIPHCC are also licensed plumbers. If you want more information about the GIPHCC or its members, you can contact the state office at (317) 575-9292.
Landlords in Indianapolis are legally obligated to provide their tenants with a heating system that works properly anytime it is needed. A tenant can pursue legal action against their landlord if the following has happened:
- The tenant has notified the landlord of noncompliance with Indiana Code 32-31-8.
- The tenant has given the landlord a reasonable amount of time to fix the problem.
- The landlord has refused or neglected to fix the problem.
Alternative Energy in Indianapolis
The Hoosier Wind Project is one effort happening in Indianapolis to increase the amount of alternative energy being used by Indianapolis residents. The project is headed by the Indianapolis Power and Light Company and enXco, a Californian alternative energy company. The goal of the project is to build a 106-megawatt wind farm, which will power an estimated 470,000 energy customers. The wind farm is scheduled to be in operation by the end of 2009.
Indy Partnership, a business development company, is also seeking to increase the production of alternative energy in Indianapolis by attracting international alternative energy companies to the area. Indy Partnership has stated their belief that s productive workforce makes it the ideal place to situate alternative energy facilities. The company attended the American-German Energy Conference in the spring of 2009 to court European alternative energy companies looking to begin operations in the US.
State Aid for Upgrading Energy Systems
The Alternative Power and Energy Grant Program is a program that the Indiana Office of Energy Development created to match other funds for businesses, non-profits, and public organizations to install alternative energy systems in their buildings. This includes systems that utilize wind and solar power and biogas. The maximum amount of the grant is $25,000. For more information, you can contact the OED at (317) 234-8978.
The OED has another program that gives Indiana residents rebates of up to $750 for replacing their furnaces, water heaters or boilers with more energy efficient models. These rebates are available only to households that have a combined income below $75,000. For more information about this program, call (317) 232-8951.
Indianapolis experiences cold winters, the coldest month being January, with daily average lows dipping below twenty degrees. It receives an average of 23 inches of snow every year, but only two or three times a year does a storm bring three or more inches of snow. In the summertime, Indianapolis residents enjoy warm weather. Daily average high temperatures in the summer do not rise above 85 degrees. Summer and winter combined, Indianapolis has a moderate climate.
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