Energy Star ® Freezer and Refrigerator rebates: $25
(with recycling of old unit)
Wi-Fi-Enabled Thermostat: $25
Ductless Air Source Heat Pump
Ductless air source heat pump: $300
Ground Source Heat Pumps
In addition to popular ENERGY STAR appliance rebates, this year ECE's rebate for ground source heat pumps will be $400 per ton.
$ Printable rebate form for any of the above
Air Source Heat Pump rebate
The air source heat pump rebate program focuses on key areas of the installation process to help ensure our members get the maximum benefit from their new air source heat pump.
Duct sealing (exposed ducts only)
$1,250 for systems installed in 2021.
System must have a heating season performance factor (HSPF) of 8.2 or greater.
Air source heat pump must be installed within the East Central Energy service area.
Rebates awarded on a first-come basis and will be issued in the form of a check.
Rebates must be received by December 31, 2021. Limit one rebate per member account.
A certified HVAC contractor must perform installation. Search for registered contractors.
Only registered contractors have rebate applications.
Electric vehicle chargers
Already own an electric vehicle? We're making it easier and more affordable than ever to purchase an EV charger. ECE offers a $750 rebate to install a level 2 charger on either the time-of-use rate or off-peak storage rate. Contact us for details.
Cooling System Tune-Up
The best way to ensure efficient operation of your cooling system is by having it tuned-up every two years. A tune-up by a service expert can improve your unit's efficiency by as much as 20%, extend its life and help protect our environment.
FREE CFL recycling - 50 cents off other lamps
ECE residential members can recycle CFLs free or save 50 cents per lamp with other fluorescent bulbs at participating hardware stores. Limit 10 coupons per member per year.
For this important environmental conservation program East Central Energy, Great River Energy, our power supplier, and area hardware stores partner with Mercury Technologies of Minnesota, the state's leading recycler of used fluorescent and high-intensity discharge lamps. The company is fully licensed by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
It is illegal to place CFLs in the trash. Go to www.earth911.org to find a recycling center in your area.