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Enjoy Year-Round Comfort and Savings

When you consider that heating and cooling accounts for nearly half of an average home’s energy usage, it’s easy to see how important it is that your heating and cooling equipment is running efficiently. Efficient equipment typically consumes 10-30% less fuel, is quieter, and maintains more consistent temperatures in the home.

If you are looking for new heating and/or cooling equipment, Focus on Energy offers rebates and resources to help you make the most of your investment. Choose from a variety of energy-saving options, including a new furnace, boiler, smart thermostat, or water heater. You can receive rebates for each individual improvement or make multiple upgrades at once and increase your rebates and energy savings. Find a Trade Ally contractor to install your new equipment and help you apply for your rebates.

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Considering a Heat Pump?

Heat pumps use the refrigeration cycle to move heat from one place to another. In the home, this means pumping heat out of the house in summer, and pumping heat into the house in winter. Heat pumps can be upwards of 300%–400% efficient because they move heat instead of generating it. They offer substantial annual energy, and utility bill, savings.

Dual-Fuel Heat Pumps

A dual-fuel system pairs an electric heat pump with a new or existing furnace. It does exactly what your air conditioner does, except it provides heat too! Dual-fuel heat pumps allow you to take advantage of cost savings from both technologies: efficient heating from your heat pump in mild temperatures as well as cheaper natural gas from your furnace on the coldest days of the year.

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Signs That it's Time for an Upgrade

  • Your heating and cooling equipment is unreliable, inefficient, or over 15 years old.
  • You’ve noticed excessive blower noises, or sporadic pops, bangs, or rattles from your furnace.
  • Your energy bills have gone up.
  • Your home is cold and uncomfortable.

Improvements are made through a partnering Focus on Energy Trade Ally contractor who will guide you through the process and complete the installations. Partnering Trade Allies receive specialized training and resources that set them apart from other contractors.

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How do I get rebates for my new equipment?
1 Confirm Utility and Equipment

Confirm that your utility participates. See if your equipment qualifies and review the terms and conditions in the tabs section below.

Participating Utilities
2 Qualification

There are two rebate levels: standard rebates and income-qualified rebates. See if you are eligible for income-qualified rebates.

See if You Qualify
3 Complete Your Application

Complete the application and required supporting documentation within 60 days of installation.

Want your rebate faster? Complete the online application.

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Interested in or recently purchased a geothermal system?

Rebates effective January 1, 2024

Smart Thermostats

Standard

ENERGY STAR Smart Thermostat
$50

Natural Gas Furnaces

Standard

Income-Qualified

97%+ AFUE Furnace $150 $550
96% AFUE Furnace $100 $450
95% AFUE Furnace $50 $350
ECM Blower Fan Replacement
Must replace existing PSC motor
$25 $25

Natural Gas Boilers

Standard

Income-Qualified

95%+ AFUE Combination Boiler $500 $700
90-94% AFUE Combination Boiler $400 $600
95%+ AFUE Standard Boiler $400 $550
90-94% AFUE Standard Boiler $300 $450
Indirect Water Heater
Installed at the same time as a qualifying boiler
$100 $150

Heat Pumps*

*All ducted air source heat pumps and geothermal heat pumps can be dual-fuel heat pumps.

Standard


Air Source Heat Pump (existing primary heating fuel: natural gas or electric resistance)
Minimum requirements:
Ducted 15.2 SEER2 | 10.0 EER2 | 8.1 HSPF2 | 1.75 COP at 5o
Ductless 16.0 SEER2 | 9.0 EER2 | 9.5 HSPF2 | 1.75 COP at 5o

$1,000

Air Source Heat Pump (existing primary heating fuel: propane, oil, existing heat pump, etc.)
Minimum requirements:
Ducted 15.2 SEER2 | 10.0 EER2 | 8.1 HSPF2 | 1.75 COP at 5o
Ductless 16.0 SEER2 | 9.0 EER2 | 9.5 HSPF2 | 1.75 COP at 5o

$400

Certified Geothermal Heat Pump (with natural gas service) $1,000
Certified Geothermal Heat Pump (with no natural gas service)
$750

Multifamily Style Equipment

Standard


Single Package Vertical Unit
Natural gas unit, 90%+ Thermal Efficiency, 11.0+ EER
$150
Single Package Vertical Unit
Natural gas unit, 90%+ Thermal Efficiency
$100
Packaged Terminal Heat Pump $100

Note: Work with your Trade Ally contractor to ensure the equipment you install qualifies for Focus on Energy rebates. Trade Ally contractors are independent businesses who you will contract directly with. Focus on Energy does not warranty or guarantee the delivery of services of your chosen Trade Ally contractor.

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