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Incentive Rebates

Before making equipment and efficiency upgrades, contact your local CMPAS utility for efficiency bonus information. Review qualifying purchases, complete forms and start saving.


Tips and Rebates


Filter by rebate type: (ALL) APPLIANCE HVAC LIGHTING
  • Air Conditioner: Room Unit - $10.00
    Proper sizing is important: a small unit running for an extended time operates more efficiently and effectively a dehumidifying than a large unit that cycles on and off too frequently. Look for units with an EER of 10 or above. DOWNLOAD
  • Air Conditioner: Room Unit Pick Up - $25.00
  • Air Conditioner Room Unit - up to $150 per ton
    In summer, hose down outdoor air-conditioner coils to clear out dust and debris. Be sure vents are open in all air-conditioned and heated rooms that you use and closed in rooms not actively used. DOWNLOAD
  • Air Conditioner Room Unit Tune Up - $25.00
    Have a professional check and clean your system every year or two. DOWNLOAD
  • Air Source Heat Pump - $50 - $750
    Be sure vents are opened in every air-conditioned and heated room that you use and closed in rooms not actively used. DOWNLOAD
  • Ceiling Fan - $10.00 (Not valid at BELW)
    According to Energy Star, you can raise summer air-conditioner settings by three to five degrees with no loss of comfort if you use ceiling fans. Remember to turn the fan off when you leave the room. DOWNLOAD
  • Central Air Conditioning - $50 - $750
  • Furnace with New Electronically Commuted Motor (ECM) - $150.00
    Change filters on heating and cooling equipment every month or according to manufacturer’s specifications. Changing filters improves air flow and reduces the amount of dust and allergens in your home. DOWNLOAD
  • Programmable Thermostat with Electric Heating - $25.00
    The average family can save $150 annually by lowering the thermostat at night and while they are away. Savings add up in the summer, too, by nudging the thermostat up. A programmable thermostat can increase the ease of best energy savings practices. DOWNLOAD
  • Clothes Washer - $30.00
    Try to wash most clothes in cold water and always rinse cold. You may save hundreds of dollars on water heating each year. Try to dry clothes on a cooler setting, too. Also, keep that lint trap clean. DOWNLOAD
  • Dehumidifier - $25.00
    A dehumidifier burns less energy than the average air conditioner. To save even more on your utility bill, don’t keep it on all day, set the humidistat at 50 rather than 30 percent, and keep doors and windows closed when it runs. DOWNLOAD
  • Dishwasher - $25.00
    Save energy and water by scraping dishes instead of rinsing before loading them in the dishwasher. Run the dishwasher with a full load, and use the air-dry option if available. DOWNLOAD
  • Electric Water Heater Pipe Insulation - $50 - $750
    This project has a much greater payback if you do-it-yourself. Water heater pipe insulation can reduce heat loss as you are running hot water - allowing you to turn the water heater down. Over the course of the year, you can reduce costs about $8-12 - allowing you to treat yourself and a friend to large lattes at the local coffee shop. DOWNLOAD
  • Freezer - $30.00
    When shopping, look for the Energy Star label (see EnergyStar.gov). The label assures that a system meets efficiency requirements at least 15 percent better than the market average. DOWNLOAD
  • Freezer Pick Up - $50.00
    If you have an old refrigerator or freezer that you barely use, recycle it. Old appliances can add up to 15 percent to your electric bill! DOWNLOAD
  • Heat Pump Water Heater - $50
    This would include replacement of failed or working storage-type electric resistance water heater in Commercial facilities with more efficient storage-type. DOWNLOAD
  • Refrigerator - $30.00
    Save energy with your working fridge – keep the condenser coils clean, place it in a well-ventilated spot, and keep it full but not overloaded. DOWNLOAD
  • Refrigerator Pick Up - $50.00
    If you have an old refrigerator or freezer that you barely use, recycle it. Old appliances can add up to 15 percent to your electric bill! DOWNLOAD
  • Tier 2 Power Strips - $20 - limted to 50% of cost
  • Compact Fluorescent Lamps - $.75 per bulb
    Since CFLs contain mercury, they should be recycled for safe light bulb disposal. With the newer and better LED light bulb technology, CFL technology is soon to be outdated. However, CFL lightbulbs are more energy efficient than incandescent light bulbs. DOWNLOAD
  • LED Holiday Lighting - 75% of bulb cost up to $10
  • LED Light Bulbs - 75% of bulb cost up to $10 per bulb
    Convenient and great for high ceilings and hard to reach places, LED bulbs seldom need changing. LEDs deliver the best cost-savings over the life any bulb sold. DOWNLOAD