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Appliance Rebate Program. State of Connecticut HVAC Rebate Program Background Program Objectives Who Qualifies Rebate Levels Timing Rebate Process. Background.

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appliance rebate program
Appliance Rebate Program
  • State of ConnecticutHVAC Rebate Program
  • Background
  • Program Objectives
    • Who Qualifies
    • Rebate Levels
    • Timing
  • Rebate Process
  • Congress appropriated $300 million nationwide to support state rebate programs for residential ENERGY STAR appliances and HVAC products
  • State of CT Office of Policy Management (OPM) estimated allocation: $3.4 million
program objectives
Program Objectives
  • Save energy by encouraging HVAC replacement or upgrade through consumer rebates
  • Make rebates available to consumers
  • Enhance existing rebate programs by leveraging ENERGY STAR national partner relationships and local program infrastructure
who qualifies
Who Qualifies
  • The rebates are available to consumers since January 25, 2010 for qualified HVAC systems and/or equipment installed in Connecticut residences
  • HVAC systems and/or equipment must be a replacement of an existing system
  • HVAC systems and/or equipment may be purchased and installed by any contractor
  • Rebate is in addition to Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund rebates
  • The mail-in rebates will apply to eligible HVAC systems and/or equipment purchased and installed between January 25 and April 30, 2010
  • Program is expected to run in 3 phases
  • Phases will be based on availability of funds
rebate process
Rebate Process
  • Customer fills out all required information and mails it along with a copy of the HVAC contractor invoice and customer’s recent electric bill
rebate process2
Rebate Process
  • Recycling of the customer’s old appliances are highly encouraged and the customer will have to attest that they will do so in accordance with local, state and federal guidelines
sample rebate
Sample Rebate





please note
Please Note
  • CT Recovery HVAC Rebates can be combined with existing rebates offered through the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund programs
      • Energy Efficiency Fund HVAC Programs
      • Home Energy Solutions – “Double Your Rebate”

See Double Rebate Program Requirements

CEEF A/C Rebate $500

HES Double Your Rebate $500


CT Recovery Appliance Rebate $500

Total $1,500

  • The rebate program will NOT be retroactive. It will ONLY apply to purchases made between January 25 -- April 30, 2010.
  • Mail-in rebates are awarded to consumers on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Rebates will be mailed to contractors in the next week.
  • Rebates can be downloaded at:
program contact information
Program Contact Information
  • Patrick Burns, Program AdministratorThe United Illuminating Company(203)
  • Mark Foley, Program AdministratorThe Connecticut Light & Power Company (860)
  • Mike CascellaConnecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative(860)
  • Maraide SullivanState of CT, Office of Policy Management(860)