Yes, loan payments will be included as a line item on your electric bill starting the first bill after issuance of the check to your Approved Installer.
This time varies depending on the length of time it takes the Approved Installer and owner to arrange for final inspection, if necessary, and provide all necessary documentation. Once FEC approves completion of the project the check will be issued within 30 days.
FEC will make final payment to the Approved Installer. If the project cost is larger than the total rebate and loan amount, the homeowner is responsible for paying the trade ally the remaining dollar amount.
What happens to the loan if I move but keep the house that received the energy-improvement as a rental?
As long as you maintain ownership of the property, you may continue to be billed for the loan as long as you have another active residential FEC account. You will need to inform FEC of your new address so the loan can be moved to your new electric account.