ENERGY STAR® Packaged Terminal Heat Pump

A $150 Rebate

Packaged terminal heat pumps are air-source units that transfer heat between your home and the outside air. Energy-efficient models are able to reduce energy use significantly. Please work with your contractor to complete and submit your rebate application.



Which Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps Qualify?

To be eligible for the $150 rebate, the packaged terminal heat pump must be ENERGY STAR certified


See application for all eligibility requirements. 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. Rebate applications must be submitted within 90 days of purchase.

Two ways to receive your rebate:


Save instantly at checkout!

You can receive your rebate as an in-store discount at the time of purchase—no rebate form required! This is available for select, qualifying products that are purchased in-store at participating Lowe's or Home Depot stores inside the service territory of FirstEnergy’s Pennsylvania utilities.

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Download application

You can download a rebate application, then submit it with proof of purchase, by email at or by mail to FirstEnergy's PA Utilities Residential Rebates Program, PO Box 510861, New Berlin, WI 53151.

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Rebates are available to residential customers of FirstEnergy's Pennsylvania utilities on qualified products purchased between June 1, 2021 and May 31, 2026. Other terms and conditions apply. See for details.

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

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.

FirstEnergy’s Pennsylvania utilities, their parents, subsidiaries, employees, affiliates and agents assume no responsibility for the performance of the equipment or equipment warranty, the quality of the work, labor and/or materials supplied, and/or the acts or omissions of any contractor.

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