Rebates and Incentives
Although the Federal tax incentive of 30% on new high efficiency heating and cooling systems has ended, there are still a good number of rebates and incentives to take advantage of. If you are looking to install a new heating or cooling system, replace an existing one or make energy efficient upgrades to your home, we can help you navigate through and secure all possible cost saving opportunities. New York State’s NYSERDA organization, utility company ConEd, and numerous manufacturers are all offering some sort of savings on new high efficiency equipment. Read on for a guide on current rebates and incentives available to you, and how you can obtain them.
Oil to Gas Conversion IncentivesSingle Family (1-4 units) Multifamily (5-75 units) Customized (Commercial & Large Residential) Energy Efficiency Incentives Energy Efficiency incentives are available for customers who install eligible equipment, such as high-efficiency gas heating systems. For more information on available gas and electric incentives, click here. http://www.coned.com/gasconversions/incentives.asp
By replacing older equipment with today's high-efficiency technology, you could cut your heating and cooling costs by 30 percent.* Plus, you may qualify for a rebate of up to $1,000 from Con Edison.
Below are the rebate application forms you and your contractor need to fill out completely. Equipment must be purchased and installed between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2015 to be eligible. Upon receipt of your application, you can expect your rebate check in 6-8 weeks.
Rebate applications for equipment purchased prior to December 31, 2011 are no longer being accepted.
Residential Electric Rebate - Use this form for a rebate on an energy-efficient central air conditioning system, central air-source heat pump, electric heat pump water heater or programmable thermostat.
Residential Natural Gas Rebate - Use this form for a rebate on an energy-efficient furnace, water boiler, steam boiler or indirect hot water heater that uses natural gas.
Duct and Air Sealing Rebate - Use this form if you had blower door testing and air sealing and/or duct blasting and duct sealing performed by a Building Performance Institute (BPI) certified contractor. Plus, You May Qualify for Other Energy Programs
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) offers programs for homeowners who want to be more energy-efficient. To see if one of these programs is right for you, visit NYSERDA. Con Edison customers are not eligible to receive financial incentives and/or rebates for the same eligible equipment from NYSERDA and/or another electric or gas utility company.
Oil-to-Gas Conversion Incentives Con Edison offers financial incentives to help offset the cost of energy upgrades. Here are some options for you to consider: