Qualifying Equipment

 Qualifying Equipment List 

Rebate

Natural Gas Furnace AFUE ≥ 94 with ECM4 $300
Natural Gas Furnace Tune-Up1,4   $25
Natural Gas Water Boiler AFUE ≥ 904 $450

ENERGY STAR Storage  Natural Gas Water ≥ 40 Gallons4

$100

ENERGY STAR Tankless Natural Gas Water Heater4

$200

Indirect Natural Gas Water Heater 2,4 $150
Wi-Fi Thermostat3   $25

 


AFUE = Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency | ECM = Electronically Controlled Fan Motor

Existing natural gas furnaces only, boilers are ineligible. Limited to one rebate every five years.

Installed by a contractor at time of qualifying natural gas furnace or boiler installation.

Contractor-installed or self-installed, must control a natural gas heating and/or air conditioning system. Qualifying Wi-Fi thermostats include thermostats connected through Wi-Fi, cellular frequency or alarm systems. You must be an NYSEG natural gas or electricity customer to be eligible for Wi-Fi thermostat rebate.

To be eligible for rebates, natural gas furnaces, boilers and water heaters must be Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) or ENERGY STAR approved. All eligible equipment (except Wi-Fi thermostats) must be installed by a licensed contractor or a contractor who has provided you with either a Federal ID (tax) number or a Certificate of Insurance. You must be an NYSEG natural gas customer to be eligible for natural gas equipment rebates.


Print our equipment list

To apply for a rebate, please complete, print and sign our online rebate application. You can also call our energy efficiency hotline at 800.995.9525, and ask for a rebate form to be mailed to you. Rebates are processed in the order in which they are received and can take up to 4 to 6 weeks for processing. Please read the Terms and Conditions found on page 3 of the rebate application.

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