Valid: January 1, 2018 to November 30, 2018
Amount: $125.00 to $250.00
Description: Rebates for high efficiency HVAC equipment - including furnaces, air conditioners, boilers and other home efficiency equipment - can help save energy and money.
Natural Gas Furnace | Qualifying Products
Natural Gas Boiler | Qualifying Products
Heat Pump | Qualifying Products
Air Conditioner | Qualifying Products
Valid: January 1, 2018 to December 14, 2018
Amount: $35.00 to $570.00
Description: Reduce energy use and costs by making your home more energy efficient. Simple upgrades in your home will save energy, increase your comfort and help protect the environment.
|SEER 15/HSPF => 8.2||$200|
|SEER 16/HSPF => 8.7||$300|
|SEER 17/HSPF => 9.2||$400|
|SEER 18/HSPF => 10.1||$500|
(Must replace heat pump.)
|1 Ton||2 Ton||>3 Ton|
|SEER 17/HSPF => 9.5||$35||$70||$105|
|SEER 19/HSPF => 9.5||$75||$150||$225|
|SEER 21/HSPF => 10||$90||$180||$270|
|SEER 23/HSPF => 10||$100||$200||$300|
(Must replace heat electrical resistance.)
|1 Ton||2 Ton||>3 Ton|
|SEER 17/HSPF => 9.5||$100||$200||$300|
|SEER 19/HSPF => 9.5||$135||$270||$405|
|SEER 21/HSPF => 10||$180||$360||$540|
|SEER 23/HSPF => 10||$190||$380||$570|
|SEER 16/EER => 13||$300|
|SEER 17/EER => 13||$400|
Valid: January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018
Amount: $100.00 to $1500.00
Description: Air source heat pumps & water heater rebates
Are you looking for a comfortable and economical way to heat and cool your home? We've got a solution - the add-on heat pump! Regardless of whether you currently have an oil, gas, propane or electric furnace, an add-on heat pump will save you money each month.
An add-on heat pump can save you money because it delivers more than three times the energy it uses. In winter, the add-on heat pump delivers more than three units of heat for every one unit of electricity it uses.
Adding an efficient heat pump to your existing furnace will make your fuel dollars go further. Your furnace works best when outside temperatures require it to be in near constant operation (usually below 30º F). During more moderate weather, the add-on heat pump reaches peak efficiency (usually above 30º F). At this temperature, the heat pump will automatically take over. With both units installed in your home, you will have a flexible, more efficient system.
Another appealing feature of an add-on heat pump is that it becomes a high-efficiency central air conditioning unit. In the summer, it automatically provides you with cool, dehumidified air all season long. If you are thinking of adding central air conditioning to your home, consider adding a heat pump instead!
The add-on heat pump is easy to install. It can be added to most existing forced-air furnaces. The outside unit is located next to an exterior wall. The inside unit mounts onto your present furnace. With few modifications, the unit blows the warm or cool air through your existing ductwork. You do not have to remove your old furnace to reap the benefits of an add-on heat pump.
You will receive a $250 credit on your electric bill ($25 each month for ten months) when you install an add-on heat pump. Just have your installer contact Northeastern REMC and we will initiate your rebate.
Northeastern REMC’s water heater program is available to all of our members. Northeastern offers a $400 rebate (credit on electric bill) for the installation of a electric water heater 50 gallon or larger for any of the following:
Only one (1) rebate will be given per address in any 15 year period.