Central Georgia EMC has energy efficiency rebates to help our customer-owners save energy while improving their home's comfort level.
The rebate program is for work completed in 2021 and is not retroactive or prospective. Applicants will need to agree to participate in Central Georgia EMC’s Load Management Switch program. A Central Georgia EMC representative will install the load management switch on both the qualifying heat pump compressor and a qualifying water heater. Central Georgia EMC will inspect all upgraded measures before a rebate is processed. All rebate payments are mailed to the qualifying customer.
Qualifications for Heat Pump and Water Heater Rebates
- Existing residential customers qualify for rebates.
- Maximum one HVAC rebate and one water heater rebate per member number per year.
- Heat Pump and Water Heaters must be total electric.
- The customer must consent to having a load management switch installed on qualifying equipment before the rebate can be processed. The load management switch must remain on equipment and in operating status as long as CGEMC has a load management program.
- The customer must use a certified company/installer that complies with all local, state, and federal codes and standards.
- A water heater invoice or receipt is required to process a Water Heater rebate.
- An Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) certificate and invoice must be received with rebate paperwork for a Heat Pump Rebate.
- Upgraded measures must be inspected and verified by a Central Georgia EMC representative.
- Existing and New Home Rebates end on December 21, 2021.
- Rebates are subject to change without notice.