A. PPERF will approve each application individually. Incomplete applications will not beaccepted. Any missing data or documentation errors will disqualify the application.
Criteria for rejecting applications are as follows:
1. Replacement date is before January 1, 2021, after December 31, 2021, or funds are depleted.
2. Incomplete application.
3. Incorrect or missing leak checks and/or flow and lock-up numbers.
4. False or misleading information: PPERF reserves the right to suspend a propane marketer’s participation in the program if it determines the applicant submitted falseinformation or otherwise violated the program rules.
An applicant may submit an appeal in writing to the PPERF Board of Directors within 30 days of notification of rejection. Actions taken by the board with respect to such appeals will be final.
B. Application: requests for rebates must be submitted on forms prescribed by the PPERF and will be considered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Application and documentation can be mailed, hand-delivered, emailed, or faxed.
C. Payment: PPERF may approve rebates subject to availability of funds. Applicants have no legal right or entitlement to receive rebates under this program, and receipt of a complete and correct application does not
bind PPERF to approve payment of a rebate to any applicant. PPERF will process rebate applications promptly and send checks within 90 days of receipt of application. Payment will be sent to the participating marketer, not the customer.
D. Safety Inspection: a safety inspection must be performed by the participating marketer prior to submission of any application. Submission of an application form constitutes a representation on the part of the participating propane marketer that the work shown on the form has actually been completed.
An appropriate safety inspection of an eligible installation must, at a minimum, include the following:
1. Leak check
2. Flow and lock-up tests
Participating propane marketer agrees to comply with all manufacturer’s installation instructions and all applicable LP Gas codes and regulations adopted by the State of which the work is completed. A copy of the propane marketer’s safety inspection form must accompany the application or required safety information
documented directly on the application, either is acceptable. All safety inspections and/or safety information provided will be reviewed for accuracy. Any information which is not accurate will cause the rebate to be voided and therefore rejected.
Disclaimer: The Pacific Propane Gas Association and the Pacific Propane Education & Research Foundation, assumes no responsibility whatsoever for the installation, inspection, or testing of the qualifying regulator(s) or any associated gas system and, by issuing a rebate, makes no representation, warranty, or guarantee
regarding the qualifying regulator(s) or the associated gas system. The PPGA and PPERF disclaims any liability for any personal injury, property damage, business losses, or other damages of any nature whatsoever, whether special, indirect, consequential or compensatory, directly or indirectly arising from the installation of
the qualifying regulators(s).