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. And customers who participate first in the Home Energy Jumpstart Program are eligible for a $150 bonus rebate on qualifying furnaces or boilers.
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. To speak with a program representative and learn more about the bonus rebate offer, call 855-849-8928.
- Online Rebate Application
- Printable Rebate Application – HVAC and Water Heating
- Printable Rebate Application – Weatherization
|Natural Gas Boiler||Standard Rebate||Rebate with Home Energy Jumpstart Bonus|
|Boiler + Integrated Domestic Hot Water Two-in-One Unit||$600||$750|
|Hot Water Boiler
88% AFUE or greater
82.5% AFUE or greater
|Natural Gas Furnace||Standard Rebate||Rebate with Home Energy Jumpstart Bonus|
|95% AFUE or greater||$200||$350|
|Natural Gas Water Heater||Standard Rebate|
|Tankless Water Heater
EF 0.80 or greater
|Indirect Water Heater
88% AFUE or greater
|Hot Water Boiler Pipe Insulation must be greater than R3.||$4/linear foot|
|Steam Boiler Pipe Insulation must be greater than R3.||$4/linear foot|
|Programmable Thermostat must be self-installed.||$20|
|Existing insulation must be R0 to R11.0 and installed insulation must be R49 or greater. Contractor must be on the Illinois Home Performance list and rebates are capped at $300 per project. Attic insulation rebates are now only available when bundled with air sealing.||30 cents per square foot|
|Contractor must be on the Illinois Home Performance list. Rebates are capped at $400.||40 cents per cubic feet per minute (CFM) reduction|
|Furnace Duct Sealing
Contractor must be listed as Duct Leakage Tester on Illinois Code Diagnostics website.
|$2/CFM reduction capped at $500|