Residential Rebates
Electric Tank Water Heater Rebate – $50.00

Requisites:

  • The energy efficiency rating of the new unit must meet DOE standards at the time of manufacture.
  • Rebate applies only to 40 gallon or larger electric water heating units.
  • Tankless water heaters and used equipment are not eligible for this program.
  • Eligible services include homes, weekend homes, workshops and barns that purchase 6,000 or more kilowatt-hours on an annual basis from the cooperative.
  • Submit rebate form along with a copy of sales receipt within 90 days of purchase.

Heat Pump Water Heater – Up to $500.00 **Program Effective April 1, 2019. Applications with invoices dated prior to April 1, 2019 will not be accepted.**

Requisites:

  • The energy efficiency rating of the new unit must meet DOE standards at the time of manufacture.
  • Must be new installation or replacement or an electric or gas tank water heater.
  • Tankless water heaters and used equipment are not eligible for this program.
  • Eligible services include homes, weekend homes, workshops and barns that purchase 6,000 or more kilowatt-hours on an annual basis from the cooperative.
  • Submit rebate form along with a copy of sales receipt within 90 days of purchase.

Advanced Thermostat – Up to $50  **Program Effective April 1, 2019. Applications with invoices dated prior to April 1, 2019 will not be accepted.**

Requisites:

  • Must be an Energy Star® listed smart thermostat
  • Limit two (2) per member address
  • Eligible services include homes, weekend homes, workshops and barns that purchase 6,000 or more kilowatt-hours on an annual basis from the cooperative.
  • Submit rebate form along with a copy of sales receipt within 90 days of purchase.
  • The rebate amount is limited to 50 percent (50%) of the total cost of the unit.

Room Air Conditioner – $50

Requisites:

  • Must be an Energy Star® rated individual window or through the wall, room air conditioner.
  • For new or replacement unit
  • Limit one (1) per member address
  • Eligible services include homes, weekend homes, workshops and barns that purchase 6,000 or more kilowatt-hours on an annual basis from the cooperative.
  • Submit rebate form along with a copy of sales receipt within 90 days of purchase.

Dual Fuel Heat Pump Rebate $150 per ton

Requisites:

  • Must have a minimum SEER of 17.0
  • Supplemental heat for dual fuel heat pump must be natural gas, propane or fuel oil and be controlled by an automatic thermostat. Note: wood burning systems and electric resistance units are not eligible to be used as backup for heating on dual fuel systems
  • Eligible services include homes, weekend homes, workshops and barns that purchase 6,000 or more kilowatt-hours on an annual basis from the cooperative.
  • Submit rebate form along with copy of invoice within 90 days of purchase.

Mini-Split Heat Pump Rebate $150 per ton

Mini-Split Requisites:

  • Must have a minimum SEER of 17.0
  • Mini-split heat pumps with backup electric resistant heat are not eligible for a rebate.
  • Eligible services include homes, weekend homes, workshops and barns that purchase 6,000 or more kilowatt-hours on an annual basis from the cooperative.
  • Submit rebate form along with copy of invoice within 90 days of purchase
Ground Source Heat Pump Rebate $750 per ton – New Installation (or $150.00 per ton for replacement of existing ground source unit)

Requisites:

  • Must have an EER of 19.1
  • Must provide a Manual J Load Calculation (not required for replacement rebate)
  • Eligible services include homes, weekend homes, workshops and barns that purchase 6,000 or more kilowatt-hours on an annual basis from the cooperative.
  • Submit rebate form along with invoice and load calculation within 90 days of purchase.
Electric backup heat will be allowed for ground source heat pump units. The following specs will be used for the sizing of the ground source heat pump: Ground source heat pumps must be installed with a Delta T of 70. A Manual J calculation will be used to support the Delta T. Please ask your HVAC contractor to verify that these requirements are met. The electric backup heat must be separated from the ground source unit with a separate breaker and must be wired to only act as second stage supplemental heat on a two stage thermostat or as emergency heat. The coop should also determine if a minimum of R-38 insulation is present in the ceiling and a minimum of R-13 is present in the walls.