How do I participate?
For installations completed January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020:
I am a landlord of a residential property with a ComEd account. Can I receive a rebate?
Yes, a landlord may participate and receive a rebate for the purchase and installation of qualifying equipment. If the landlord holds the ComEd account, the landlord may apply for the rebate as the account holder. If the account is in the tenant’s name but the property owner or manager is purchasing and installing qualifying equipment in the unit, the tenant may allow the landlord to apply for a rebate using the tenant’s ComEd account information. The tenant must provide his or her ComEd account information and sign the customer rebate authorization section on the rebate application, releasing payment to the landlord.
When are applications due?
For installations completed January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020, applications must be submitted within 30 days of installation or by January 30, 2021, whichever comes first.
Can I receive more than one rebate for the same type of equipment or product?
Participants may receive more than one rebate for the same type of equipment if all rebate requirements are met, except for the ductless heat pump rebate and smart thermostat rebate. Limit of two ductless heat pump rebate per home. Limit of one smart thermostat rebates per home.
You may select any equipment that meets the rebate requirements. Work with a
ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider to select equipment that meets your home’s needs and the minimum efficiency requirements to qualify for the available rebate(s). Equipment that requires a minimum Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) must be verified at the required minimum efficiency by
AHRI to qualify for a rebate.
Need help selecting a product?
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Do I have to use a specific installing contractor?
Yes, use of a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider for the installation of your qualifying equipment is required to receive ComEd rebates.
New Illinois legislation regarding the Administrative Rules for Certification of Energy Efficiency Installers have impacted the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program incentive payment requirements. As a result, ComEd requires contractors to provide Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) certification to join the ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider Network and install qualifying heating and cooling equipment for customer rebate eligibility.
Additionally, to be approved to offer ComEd geothermal heat pump rebates, a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider must have geothermal certification and be trained to install qualifying geothermal heat pump projects for ComEd customers. Contact an approved
ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider with geothermal certification to learn more about geothermal rebates.
Are room air conditioners eligible for rebates?
Yes, select ENERGY STAR room air conditioners qualify for rebates. Visit
Appliance Rebates for details.
How can I check on the status of my rebate?
If you applied for your rebate using the online Heating and Cooling Rebates Application, you can log-in to check the status of your rebate at Heating & Cooling Rebates. Please allow approximately four weeks to receive your rebate check after submitting a correct and complete application. You may also call us at 855-433-2700 after submitting your application to obtain a status update. If additional information is needed to complete the processing of your rebate, you will be notified by mail or email.
How long will it take to receive my rebate?
We strive to process rebates as quickly as possible. The best way to ensure timely receipt of your rebate check is to provide an accurate, completed application and a clear contractor installation invoice with defined payment terms (if applicable) or a clear paid in full status. After your rebate application is reviewed and approved, you will receive a rebate check in approximately four weeks.
Why is ComEd offering rebates?
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is part of an ongoing effort to provide energy efficiency initiatives that will help ComEd customers save money on their energy bills. ComEd is committed to providing its customers with helpful solutions to conserve energy, save money and help the environment. These solutions are designed to deliver immediate savings to the customer and reduce our customers’ and ComEd’s environmental impact.
Are other programs and rebates available through ComEd?
ComEd offers additional rebates, tools and tips to help all customers save money and energy. Visit
For Your Home or For Your Business to explore all of the offerings available.
ComEd is one of five Illinois utilities offering Energy Efficiency Loans, along with Ameren Illinois, Nicor Gas, Peoples Gas, and North Shore Gas. Energy Efficiency Loans provide special financing for the purchase and installation of qualified energy-efficiency products and services. Eligible homeowners, owners of residential buildings of 4 units or less may apply. Your loan payment will be billed monthly on your ComEd bill. Click HERE for more information.
Smart thermostats installed by ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Providers qualify for ComEd Smart Thermostat rebates. Visit
Smart Thermostat Rebates for other rebate options, rebate requirements and application information.
You must be a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider to offer ComEd Heating and Cooling Rebates. Learn more at the ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider page.
For installations completed January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020, you may either:
Is the AHRI certificate required with the application?
The AHRI certified reference number must be provided with the ComEd Heating and Cooling Rebates Application to qualify for certain rebates. ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Providers are strongly encouraged to provide their customers with a copy of the AHRI certificate and to submit a copy with their own rebate applications to expedite rebate processing. To learn more about the AHRI certificate, review our
How can I offer an instant rebate?
ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Providers may provide their customers with an instant rebate by deducting the full and correct rebate amount off the customer’s purchase price. The deduction must be clearly labeled as a “ComEd Rebate” on the invoice. After receiving the instant rebate, the customer must sign the rebate application form in the “Customer Authorization” section, releasing the payment of the rebate to the installation contractor. ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Providers are strongly encouraged to verify the customer and installation meet all requirements for the rebate as stated in the Heating and Cooling Rebates Eligibility Catalog in advance of installation and customer payment. It is the Service Provider's sole responsibility to verify customer, equipment and installation eligibility prior to providing an instant rebate. Service Provider assumes all liability by providing the instant rebate.
How can I help my customer apply for a rebate for an installation delayed due to weather?
Weather may delay the installation of a central air conditioner or heat pump's outdoor unit. Please use the following guidance to apply:
Smart thermostats installed by ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Providers qualify for ComEd Smart Thermostat rebates. Service Providers can offer smart thermostat instant discounts and rebates through the Heating and Cooling Rebates Application on the ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider portal.
Customers can visit Smart Thermostat Rebates for other rebate options, rebate requirements and application information.
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded in compliance with state law.
Offers are subject to change.