- Heating & Cooling
Selecting the right system for your home has never been more important. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, heating and cooling account for up to 56 percent of energy used in a typical U.S. home, making it the largest energy expense for most homes.
Fortunately, there are now a wide variety of energy-efficient air conditioners available to cool your home. In addition, many of these systems have supporting equipment in common, such as thermostats and ducts, which provide opportunities for more energy savings. An ENERGY STAR certified central air conditioner is 15 percent more efficient than a standard system. Those savings can add up.
How We Can Help
Upgrade your central air conditioner for less with rebates of $200 per qualifying ENERGY STAR certified unit. To get started on your path to energy savings, consult with your HVAC contractor. Please refer to the Central Air Conditioner rebate application and Central Air Conditioner Efficiency Ratings Chart under the Forms and Documents section of this page for information on which models qualify.
Step 1 - To see which air conditioning systems qualify for a rebate, see the "Who is eligible for a rebate and qualifying systems" section below and the Central Air Conditioner Efficiency Ratings Chart under the Forms and Documents section of this page. See the rebate application for additional eligibility requirements, terms and conditions.
Step 2 - Contact your HVAC contractor about which system is right for you.
Step 3 - Have your qualifying unit installed..
Step 4 - Save time and money – click here to apply for a rebate and submit the required documentation online. Rebates are per-unit fixed amounts, paid directly to you, the consumer, or the installation contractor.
If you wish, you have the option to mail in the completed application and any documentation instead. See the rebate application for further details.
Call 877-WISE-USE (877-947-3873) for more information.
Residential customers of Eversource and UI are eligible for the rebates. Equipment must be installed by a licensed contractor in the service territory of the participating electric utility.
Qualifying systems are electric central air conditioning systems of matched assembly, in which both the condenser unit and the evaporator coil are installed simultaneously. A matched assembly is a model combination that is listed in the AHRI Directory of Certified Equipment. A matched assembly must also include the air handler, furnace or other component that is used to determine the rating according to ANSI/AHRI STANDARD 210/240-2008. To see a list of qualifying units, download the CT Qualified Products List (QPL).
If you are a Connecticut resident and are not served by one of the utilities listed above, please visit your municipal utility’s website to see what energy efficiency programs are available to you.