Your rebate application will be reviewed to ensure it satisfies all program policy. Please review the terms and conditions at the bottom of this page. The equipment must meet efficiency guidelines. Heating and cooling equipment must be installed by a licensed professional contractor and must be properly sized for space it is to serve.
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By submitting this form electronically, you certify the provided information is truthful and accurate and that you have purchased and installed the identified equipment. Utility reserves the right to withhold a rebate if any entries are found untruthful or inaccurate and may take extraordinary steps to validate the claims.
Proof of purchase is required you will be prompted to upload a proof document into this application. Utility reserves the right to reduce or deny the rebate if the proof document shows the equipment was purchased at a substantial discount to standard rates. For the recycling rebate, proof of delivery to a landfill or recycling company is required. Failure to provide the correct documentation will result in an application being sent back or denied.
You must be a customer of Utility, be eligible to participate in the rebate program, and energy efficiency funds must be available at the time you submit your application. New equipment must be purchased outright, installed and operating prior to the rebate application, and the claim must be filed within 90 days of the installation date and not after January 31st of the following year. Rebates are issued on a first-come, first-served basis.
Pre-approval may be required. Any rebate application exceeding $1500 will require pre-approval by the Utility and may also require a utility employee to visit the site before the work has started.
Support local business. We ask that you procure your efficient products and services from a local supplier.
Rebates will be redeemed through a credit to your bill, unless the rebate exceeds $1000 which will be redeemed by check. The rebate payment cannot exceed 50% of the installed cost (reasonable labor and material/equipment - reasonableness to be determined by Eldridge Electric and Water Utilities). Installed cost includes contractor labor only and does not include internal labor.
Utility has no control over exogenous energy use factors including, but not limited to, consumer behavior and weather conditions, and cannot guarantee the high-efficiency equipment will result in reduced usage or in cost savings. Utility does not endorse any manufacturer, contractor, dealer, or design. Utility makes no warranties or representations of any kind regarding the equipment or any services provided in connection with this rebate program.
Utility liability will not exceed the amount of the rebate, and Utility is not liable for any equipment or services provided in connection with this rebate program, and in no event is Utility liable for any special, incidental, or consequential damages in connection with this rebate program. You agree to indemnify, defend, hold harmless and release Utility from any claims, damages, liabilities, costs and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) arising from or relating to the removal, disposal, installation or operation of any equipment or related materials in connection with the programs described in this application, including any incidental, special or consequential damages.