Residential Rebates

It's never been easier to switch to natural gas

Whether you have a boiler, hot air furnace, or a water heater, we have rebates available that can help you make the switch.

Energy efficiency residential rebate program

Install qualifying high-efficiency natural gas equipment and you could save more than $150 a year and be eligible for a rebate.

Rebate

Qualifying Equipment 1

$300 Natural gas furnace AFUE ≥ 94 with ECM
$450 Natural gas water boiler AFUE ≥ 90
$100 ENERGY STAR storage natural gas water heater ≥ 40 gallons
$200 ENERGY STAR tankless natural gas water heater
$150 Indirect natural gas water heater
$25 Wi-Fi thermostat

1Please refer to the energy efficiency rebate application for equipment qualifications, or visit our energy efficiency rebate program website.

If you still have questions, or would like an energy efficiency rebate application mailed to you, contact our energy efficiency hotline at 800.995.9525.


Statewide residential natural gas rebate program

Available to NYSEG residential natural gas customers when you make the switch to natural gas. More information and 2019 rebate applications are coming soon! Please call 585.484.3890 if you have questions.


Clinton County residential rebate program

Available to NYSEG residential natural gas customers located in Clinton County and approved pilot project areas. More information and 2019 rebate applications are coming soon! Please call 585.484.3890 if you have questions.


Not sure which heating equipment you have?

Boiler - Hot water or steam generated from a boiler is circulated throughout the house through pipes to radiators, baseboard radiators, or radiant floor systems.

Furnace - Heats air and uses a blower motor to distribute the heated air throughout the house through ducts, to vents or registers in the walls, floors or ceilings of each room. Furnaces are also called forced hot air systems.

Note: In most cases it makes sense to choose the same type of boiler or furnace system you currently use to heat your home. That way you will only need to switch the heating unit, and NOT the existing baseboard or ductwork.   

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