Save Money with Rebates on Energy-Efficient Upgrades!
From home appliances to HVAC equipment, we can help you save on a wide range of home purchases and improvements.
- Air Purifier
- Central Air Conditioner
- ECM Motor
- Heat Pump Air to Water with Domestic Hot Water
- Ceiling Fan with LED Light Kit
- Clothes Dryer
- Clothes Washer
- Smart Thermostat
- Room Air Conditioner
- Variable-Speed Pool Pump
- Air Source Heat Pump
- Circulation Pump
- Ductless Mini-Split AC
- Ductless Mini-Split HP
- Geothermal Heat Pump
- HVAC Tune-Up
- Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner
- Packaged Terminal Heat Pump
- Heat Pump Water Heater
- Solar Water Heater
Just as a tune-up for your car can improve your gas mileage, a yearly tune-up of your heating and cooling system can improve efficiency and comfort. Please work with your contractor to complete and submit your rebate application.
Residential customers are eligible for one HVAC tune-up rebate per unit every 3 calendar years starting June 1, 2021.
Up to $50 Rebate
Ways to Apply:
The quickest way to apply is to work with your contractor to complete and submit your rebate application.
Another easy way to apply is to email us your completed rebate application along with the required documents:
You may also mail-in your completed rebate application along with the required documents:
FirstEnergy's PA Utilities Rebate Program
PO Box 2174
Butler, PA 16003
See all eligibility requirements when you apply for rebates.
Rebates are available to residential customers of FirstEnergy's Pennsylvania utilities on qualified products and services purchased between June 1, 2021, and May 31, 2026.
FirstEnergy’s Pennsylvania utilities have contracted with Franklin Energy to administer this program. The site and its content are maintained by Franklin Energy.
The costs of energy efficiency programs are recovered through customer rates in accordance with PA Act 129 of 2008. For a complete list of commercial, industrial, residential, and low-income energy efficiency programs, please visit energysavePA.com.
FirstEnergy's Pennsylvania utilities do not provide a warranty or endorse any manufacturer or product.
By participating in these energy efficiency and peak demand reduction programs, customers agree to allow their utility to retain ownership of all Capacity Rights which refers to the demand reduction associated with any energy efficiency and peak demand reduction measure for which incentives were provided by the Company. Your utility will aggregate these energy efficiency demand reduction attributes into the PJM capacity market with proceeds being used to offset the program costs.