Peoples Gas rebates for energy-efficient appliances.
Owners of single-family homes, two-flats and individually-metered condos, apartments and townhomes can get rebates on a wide range of energy-saving improvements to their homes. The program offers HVAC, water heater and weatherization rebates.
Select new energy efficient equipment
New equipment must be installed and old equipment removed. Only new products that meet the energy-efficiency specifications listed on the residential application qualify. Rebates may not exceed the project cost.
Complete terms and conditions can be found on the rebate applications. The HVAC and water heater application is below, but you must contact an approved weatherization contractor for the weatherization application (attic insulation, wall insulation, air sealing and duct sealing). To speak with a program representative and learn more about available rebates, call 855-849-8928.
|Natural gas boiler||Rebate|
|Boiler + integrated domestic hot water two-in-one Unit||$600|
|Hot water boiler|
88% AFUE or greater
82.5% AFUE or greater
|Natural gas furnace||Rebate|
|95% AFUE or greater||$200|
|Natural gas water heater||Rebate|
|Tankless water heater|
EF 0.82 or greater
|Indirect water heater|
88% AFUE or greater
Programmable thermostats installed at the time of a new furnace installation do not qualify.
|Note: We no longer offer smart thermostat rebates. Visit ComEd.com/SmartThermostat for those rebates.|
|Installer must be an approved weatherization contractor. Rebates are capped at $400.||40 cents per cubic feet per minute (CFM) reduction|
|Applies to exterior or above grade foundation wall and rebates are capped at $400 per project. Wall insulation rebates are now only available when bundled with air sealing. Installer must be an approved weatherization contractor.||50 cents per|
|Existing insulation must be R0 to R11.0 and installed insulation must be R49 or greater. Rebates are capped at $300 per project. Attic insulation rebates are now only available when bundled with air sealing. Installer must be an approved weatherization contractor.||30 cents per square foot|
|Furnace duct sealing|
Installer must be an approved weatherization contractor.
|$2/CFM reduction capped at $500|