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Heating & Cooling Rebates

COVID-19 Notice

Rebates are available and all rebate processing and payments are still occurring.

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How to Apply

  1. Verify eligibility
    • Ensure your project meets the eligibility requirements and terms and conditions.
    • Equipment must be installed January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020.
    • Qualifying equipment must be installed by a ComEd Residential Energy Efficiency Provider (Service Provider) with ICC Energy Efficiency Installer Certification.
      • Your ComEd Service Provider will be required to provide proof of their ICC Energy Efficiency Installer Certification to qualify customers for ComEd Heating and Cooling Rebates.
  2. Install equipment
    • Select a ComEd Residential Service Provider to install qualifying heating and cooling equipment in your home. See below for eligible equipment.
    • Ask the service provider if they offer a ComEd rebate.
  3. Complete a rebate application
    • Apply online, receive a hard copy of this application from your Service Provider, or receive an instant discount off your installation invoice from your Service Provider (if offered).
    • For Geothermal projects, a pre-approval application is required. Please follow up with your certified Service Provider for more information.

 

EquipmentTypeRebate Amount*
​Furnace Blower Motor (ECM)​Upgraded fan in an existing furnace or air handler
​$100
​Air Source Heat Pump​​≥ 16 SEER/8.6 HSPF
​$350
Air Source Heat Pump≥ 18 SEER/8.8 HSPF
$450
Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump≥ 17 SEER and ≥ 9.5 HSPF$400
​Smart Thermostat
​Purchase and installation must be completed by a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider to qualify for rebate.
​$75
Geothermal (ground source) Heat Pump System (including loop)Installation must be pre-approved and completed by a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider with geothermal certification.$1,000 per ton, up to $6,000 per home max
​Geothermal (ground source) Heat Pump Indoor Unit Replacement

​​​≥ 20 EER
Installation must be completed by a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider with geothermal certification

​$1,200
​≥ 17 EER
Installation must be completed by a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider with geothermal certification
​$1,000
​≥ 15 EER
Installation must be completed by a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider with geothermal certification
​$850
​Duct Sealing
​Pre and Post CFM Readings at 25pa
​$2.00 per CFM up to $200
​Central Air Conditioning Tune up
1 unit per house qualifies once every 3 years
​$25
​Air Source Heat Pump Tune up
1 unit per house qualifies once every 3 years
​$25

Geothermal Heat Pump Rebates

Geothermal systems use the relatively constant temperatures underground to provide efficient, year-round energy for heating, cooling and water heating. Also known as ground-source or earth-coupled heat pumps, geothermal systems are typically the most cost-effective and environmentally friendly option available.

Advantages of geothermal heat pumps:

  • Ideal for single family and 2-4 flat homes with large lots
  • Can cut your energy costs up to 65%
  • Underground components can last over 50 years
  • May qualify for federal tax credits
  • Smart, sustainable way to make your land work for you

To learn more about the benefits of a geothermal heat pump, visit energy.gov.

For residential geothermal heat pump installations, contact a Service Provider. Geothermal heat pump
systems must be installed by a Service Provider with geothermal certification to qualify for a rebate. Your Service Provider will supply you with information on geothermal rebate requirements, including the pre-approval process.

Air Source Heat Pumps

During winter, heat pumps transfer heat from the cold outdoors to deliver warmth into your home. During the summer, they do the opposite. Because heat is moved instead of generated, heat pumps are able to provide up to four times the amount of energy they consume.

According to the Department of Energy, air source heat pumps are the most common heat pump. With this type of heat pump, the heat is transferred between your home and the outdoor air. If you use electricity for heating, an air source heat pump can reduce the amount of electricity used for heating by 30 to 40 percent on average.

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