Rebates for HVAC Distributors

You may qualify for financial rebates when you stock high-efficiency equipment for sale to contractors.

If you’re an HVAC distributor, you may qualify for financial rebates when you stock high-efficiency equipment for sale to contractors.

HVAC Equipment Rebates

HVAC Equipment Type and Capacity

2018 HVAC Minimum Efficiency Requirement

Rebate

Central Air Conditioner (cooling only) – Tier 1

SEER ≥ 16 and EER ≥ 13

$75 per ton

Central Air Conditioner (cooling only) – Tier 2

SEER ≥ 18 and EER ≥ 13

$125 per ton

Central Air-source Heat Pump – Tier 1

SEER ≥ 18, EER ≥ 13 and HSPF ≥ 9

$100 per ton

Central Air-source Heat Pump – Tier 2

SEER ≥ 20, EER ≥ 13 and HSPF ≥ 9

$150 per ton

Ductless Mini-split A/Cs Tier 1

SEER ≥ 18, EER ≥ 12 and HSPF ≥ 9

$75 per ton

Ductless Mini-split A/Cs Tier 2

SEER ≥ 20, EER ≥ 13 and HSPF ≥ 9

$100 per ton

Ductless Mini-split HPs Tier 1

SEER ≥ 18, EER ≥ 12 and HSPF ≥ 9

$200 per ton

Ductless Mini-split HPs Tier 2

SEER ≥ 20, EER ≥ 13 and HSPF ≥ 9

$225 per ton

ECM Furnace Fan

Attached to central A/C system

$100 per unit

Qualifying Wi-Fi Thermostats

Equipped with outdoor temp adjustment: Nest, Nest E, Ecobee, Honeywell Lyric Round

$50 per unit

Heat Pump Water Heater*

ENERGY STAR rated

For capacity ≤ 55 gallons: Energy factor ≥ 2.0

For capacity > 55 gallons: Energy factor ≥ 2.2

$150 per unit

*Customers will be eligible to receive an additional incentive for heat pump water heaters directly from Con Edison.

 

Distributor Responsibilities

Please see the program guidelines for a comprehensive list of requirements.

  1. Design and implement a program for contractors specifying unique qualifying product models, incentive amount allocation (minimum 50 percent of rebate to contractor), key contacts, and reporting procedures.
  2. Actively recruit contractors into the program.
  3. Work with the program administrator to schedule and host program-sponsored sessions for internal staff and/or contractors.
  4. Implement and execute all action items defined on the application. Any significant modifications to this plan should be submitted to the program administrator.
  5. Collect the completed related documentation from contractors.
  6. Enter the required data into the online reporting system.
  7. Claim projects submitted by contractors through the online portal and match these to projects included on monthly invoices.
  8. Work closely with contractors to ensure that all program requirements are met.
  9. Assist the Con Edison and ICF program team in conducting direct outreach to contractors.
  10. Provide documentation for how measures with specified rebate pass through percentages are being executed.
  11. Monitor the total incentive requests that have been submitted, processed, and rejected by Con Edison.
  12. Provide HVAC contractor requirements prior to asking them to participate.

Complete the application.

Deadline

Please submit your application via email by December 20, 2017. Once your application has been accepted, you will need to sign and email an agreement to participate in the program.

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