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Local & Federal Rebates

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Minnesota Energy Resources - Rebates & Programs


Valid: 01-01-2017 to 12-31-2018

Amount: $25.00 to $500.00

Description:

Heating System Rebates for Existing Homes

Minnesota Energy Resources' heating system rebates provide incentives for upgrading to a high efficiency natural gas furnace or boiler, installing a programmable or advanced thermostat, or installing an energy efficient gas hearth/fireplace in your existing homes. Not only will you save on your upgraded system, but you'll continue to save with reduced natural gas use year after year. We recommend that you work with a heating dealer of your choice to determine the best system for your home.

MeasureMinimum efficiencyRebate
Natural gas furnace 92% AFUE1 $250
Natural gas furnace 95% AFUE1 $350
Natural gas furnace 97% AFUE1 $500
Natural gas furnace for mobile homes 92% AFUE1 $200
Natural gas boiler 90% AFUE1 $200
Integrated natural gas space and water heating system 92% AFUE1 $250
Electronic programmable setback thermostat   $25*
Advanced thermostats Automatic programming
List of current eligible models.
$100*
Natural gas hearth/fireplace Direct vent, sealed combustion, electronic ignition fireplace, insert or free-standing stove $75

The Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) will be used to verify actual AFUE ratings for heating purposes. Please reference all rebate requirements prior to installation to ensure eligibility.

1AFUE: Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency

* Rebate amount is 50% of total cost, up to maximum rebate amount listed above.

These rebates are not intended for new construction. New construction is defined as being built in the last two years. If your home is new construction, visit our new construction rebate page.

After the qualifying system is installed, work with your contractor to complete and submit the heating system rebate application. Funding is limited and can change at any time. Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. The program application must be received within 60 days of installation.

If you are a nonprofit, new construction organization such as a Community Development Authority, Housing Development Agency, or Habitat for Humanity serving the low-income community, Minnesota Energy Resources you may be eligible for enhanced rebates through the low income new construction rebates.

 

Water Heating Rebates

After home heating, water heating is the second largest natural gas user in your home. Upgrading to a more efficient water heater can reduce your natural gas use and help the environment. We recommend that you work with your contractor or retailer to select the water heater that will best fit your needs.

MeasureMinimum efficiencyRebate
Natural gas water heater .62 EF* $45
Natural gas water heater .64 EF* $75
Natural gas water heater .67 EF* $125
Natural gas tank or tankless water heater .82 EF* $250
Natural gas tank or tankless water heater .90 EF* $300
Drain water heat recovery device (DHR)   $150

These rebates are not intended for new construction. New construction is defined as being built in the last two years.

* EF: Energy Factor

Please reference all rebate requirements prior to installation to ensure eligibility.

After the qualifying system is installed, work with your contractor to complete and submit the water heating rebate application. Indirect water heaters are not eligible for rebate.

Funding is limited and can change or end at any time. Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. The program application must be received within 60 days of installation.

If you are a nonprofit, new construction organization such as a Community Housing Development Authority, Housing Development Agency or Habitat for Humanity serving the low-income community, Minnesota Energy Resources supports your community efforts with enhanced rebates through low income new construction rebates.

 

Furnace Tune-up Rebate

Just like cars, heating systems that are regularly maintained will run more efficiently and last longer. The heating system tune-up rebate helps you make sure that your heating system is operating at maximum efficiency and can help you avoid expensive repairs.

Minnesota Energy Resources offers a $35 rebate when a professional heating service technician performs a tune-up that includes the following seven services:

  • Perform carbon monoxide test and correct any safety issues.
  • Check flame characteristics, and adjust gas and/or air, if needed.
  • Check flue gas path from burner to vent for cleanliness and cracks. Clean and report as necessary.
  • Check the pilot/igniter for proper operation. Also check the flame sensor/pilot light shut down controls for proper operation.
  • Check the condition of the furnace air filter. Recommend replacement if necessary.
  • Check condition of fan motor(s) and pump motor (for boilers). Lubricate bearings as needed.
  • Check the operational controls and adjust, if necessary.

After the qualifying system is tuned-up, work with your contractor to complete and submit the heating system tune-up rebate application.

Rebate requirements:

  • This program is for existing homes only.
  • New construction is not eligible.
  • Customers are eligible for a tune-up rebate every two years.
  • Work must be completed by a licensed HVAC dealer.
  • "Do it yourself" work is not eligible.
  • Customers who have a service agreement with an HVAC dealer are eligible provided a copy of the service contract is submitted with the rebate application.
  • Rebate cannot exceed the cost of tune-up.

To avoid delays, be sure that the application is filled out completely and the dealer invoice is attached.

Funding is limited and can change or end at any time. Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. The program application must be received within 60 days of tune-up.