Projects that are 4 dwelling units or less are considered a single-family project.
For projects in "Enhanced" regions where TECH is layering with a local incentive program, there will be an Excel file to upload instead of creating a new submission.
Step 1 - log in to the Iris application. Sign in with your username and password, which are provided to you after completing enrollment in TECH Clean California. If you do not have a username or need to reset your password, contact TECH.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 2 - Once logged in, click Submit New Claim.
Step 3 - On the Claim Form, select “TECH Clean California - Heat Pump Water Heater” and enter in the customer address. Click Continue.
Step 4 - Complete the Customer Information panel of the Claim Form.
Step 5 - Complete the Project Information panel of the Claim Form. Provide the required fields as indicated by an asterisk. (Ex: installation cost, invoice date, and invoice number. If there is no invoice number, enter any kind of identifying number or text, like customer name or address.)
Questions with a grey button underneath require a Yes or No answer.
|Click the button to turn it green with a checkmark for “Yes.” |
Clicking the button again will turn it back to gray for “No.”
Step 6 - Complete the Site Information panel of Claim Form.
Step 7 - Add a Material to your Claim Form.
Step 8 - Select your material to add. Quantity is the number of OUTDOOR condenser units. Limit of (2) units per residence.
Step 9 - Add Photos to your Claim Form:
- Old water heater
- Newly installed HPWH showing the nameplate
- A close-up photo of the installed TMV
- A zoomed-out photo of the installed HPWH with the TMV
- Electric panel
Step 10 - Add information about Additional Incentives to the Claim Form.
Step 11 - Add any Notes to the Claim Form and Submit.