Grundy Electric Cooperative offers rebates within the Take Control and Save Program. Please contact Randy Kinnison for details prior to purchasing a new appliance or replacing your heating and cooling equipment. Members may complete a $50 rebate application for the purchase of an Energy Star® rated room air conditioner. Members replacing a gas water heater or an existing electric water heater with a new 90% or above efficiency rated electric water heater may also apply for a $50 rebate. Beginning April 1, 2019 a heat pump rebate of $500 will be available to qualifying purchases* (not to exceed 50% of the purchase price). These appliances may be purchased from any retailer.
Energy Star® Room Air Conditioners $50 * (Limit one (1) qualifying $50 rebate per household)
Electric Water Heater Rebate $50* Electric Water Heater Rebate Form
(Please note that the model and serial number of the old electric water heater must be included on the rebate form prior to disposal of the old unit)
Ground Source Heat Pump (GSHP) $750 per ton **
Dual Fuel Residential Heat Pump $150 per ton ***
Mini-Split Heat Pump $150 per ton ***
Replacing existing GSHP $150 per ton
*Certain restrictions do apply. All rebates are limited to eligible households that purchase a minimum of 6,000 kilowatt hours of electricity annually.
**Equipment must be a water source Energy Star® rated unit with an EER of at least 19.1.
It is necessary, in order to receive a rebate for heating and cooling (HVAC), that you contact our energy advisor prior to accepting bids or installation on HVAC equipment as there are certain restrictions that apply to the rebate. Grundy Electric’s energy advisor must perform an energy audit to properly size the HVAC equipment to your home. This helps you save money by avoiding the purchase of a unit that may be too large or too small for your home’s energy needs. The Grundy Electric member is responsible for ensuring that the HVAC supplier provides accurate information.
***Mini-Split and Dual Fuel installations must be supported by a Manual J “Residential Load Calculation”. The equipment must be installed in a permanent facility served by GEC. Units must meet the EPA Energy Star rating +2 SEER rating of 16.5. Units must be sized to the cooling load.