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HVAC Rebates

Most people spend up to 48 percent of their energy bills on heating and cooling, making that the largest energy expense in most homes. Using a new energy-efficient system can greatly reduce those costs and improve your home’s comfort. However, it can be costly to replace an older HVAC unit for a more efficient heating and cooling one.

That’s where rebates come in. While the amounts vary depending on the utility, one thing remains the same: These substantial financial incentives will help you upgrade and the lower monthly heating and cooling costs are significant, especially when replacing electric resistance systems with heat pumps.

Rebates are available for installation of new heat pumps, mini-split heat pumps, dual fuel or geothermal heat pumps.

Only single-family, residential accounts are eligible for the rebates. Rebates are paid to the homeowner by the appropriate Team Up cooperative after the equipment is installed and work is completed. Check with yours for details.

The Following Offer This Service

Bartholomew County REMC
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Clark County REMC
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Daviess-Martin County REMC
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Decatur County REMC
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Dubois REC, Inc.
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Harrison REMC
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Henry County REMC
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Jackson County REMC
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Johnson County REMC
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Orange County REMC
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RushShelby Energy
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South Central Indiana REMC
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Southeastern Indiana REMC
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Southern Indiana Power
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Utilities District of Western Indiana REMC
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Wayne-White Counties Electric Cooperative
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WIN Energy REMC
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Whitewater Valley REMC
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HVAC Rebates

Most people spend up to 48 percent of their energy bills on heating and cooling, making that the largest energy expense in most homes. Using a new energy-efficient system can greatly reduce those costs and improve your home’s comfort. However, it can be costly to replace an older HVAC unit for a more efficient heating and cooling one.

That’s where rebates come in. While the amounts vary depending on the utility, one thing remains the same: These substantial financial incentives will help you upgrade and the lower monthly heating and cooling costs are significant, especially when replacing electric resistance systems with heat pumps.

Rebates are available for installation of new heat pumps, mini-split heat pumps, dual fuel or geothermal heat pumps.

Only single-family, residential accounts are eligible for the rebates. Rebates are paid to the homeowner by the appropriate Team Up cooperative after the equipment is installed and work is completed. Check with yours for details.

The Following Offer This Service

Bartholomew County REMC
Go to website

Clark County REMC
Go to website

Daviess-Martin County REMC
Go to website

Decatur County REMC
Go to website

Dubois REC, Inc.
Go to website

Harrison REMC
Go to website

Henry County REMC
Go to website

Jackson County REMC
Go to website

Johnson County REMC
Go to website

Orange County REMC
Go to website

RushShelby Energy
Go to website

South Central Indiana REMC
Go to website

Southeastern Indiana REMC
Go to website

Southern Indiana Power
Go to website

Utilities District of Western Indiana REMC
Go to website

Wayne-White Counties Electric Cooperative
Go to website

WIN Energy REMC
Go to website

Whitewater Valley REMC
Go to website