Qualifying Equipment

Qualifying Equipment List

Rebate 

Natural Gas Furnace AFUE ≥ 94 with ECM4 $300
Natural Gas Furnace Tune-Up1,4  $25
Natural Gas Water Boiler AFUE ≥ 904 $450

ENERGY STAR Storage  Natural Gas Water ≥ 40 Gallons4

$100

ENERGY STAR Tankless Natural Gas Water Heater4

$200

Indirect Natural Gas Water Heater 2,4 $150
Wi-Fi Thermostat3  $25


AFUE = Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency | ECM = Electronically Controlled Fan Motor

Existing natural gas furnaces only, boilers are ineligible. Limited to one rebate every five years.

Installed by a contractor at time of qualifying natural gas furnace or boiler installation.

Contractor-installed or self-installed, must control a natural gas heating and/or air conditioning system. Qualifying Wi-Fi thermostats include thermostats connected through Wi-Fi, cellular frequency or alarm systems. You must be an RG&E natural gas or electricity customer to be eligible for Wi-Fi thermostat rebate.

4 To be eligible for rebates, natural gas furnaces, boilers and water heaters must be Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) or ENERGY STAR approved. All eligible equipment (except Wi-Fi  thermostats) must be installed by a licensed contractor or a contractor who has provided you with either a Federal ID (tax) number or a Certificate of Insurance. You must be an RG&E natural gas customer to be eligible for natural gas equipment rebates.

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To apply for a rebate, please complete, print and sign our online rebate application. You can also call our energy efficiency hotline at 800.995.9525, and ask for a rebate form to be mailed to you. Rebates are processed in the order in which they are received and can take up to 4 to 6 weeks for processing. Please read the Terms and Conditions found on page 3 of the rebate application.

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