It's important to CWLP that all of our customers receive the greatest possible benefit for every dollar they spend on electricity and water. That's why we offer a
number of rebate programs designed to help you become the smartest possible energy and water consumer. Except where noted, rebates are applied as credits to participating customers' utility bills.
Installing a new high-efficiency heat pump can save you money and earn you a rebate on your CWLP electric bill.
In addition, customers who install heat pumps as their primary1 heating source are eligible for the utility's Electric Heat Rate, which provides a 9% savings over CWLP's regular
residential electric rate from September 16 through May 15. NOTE: Customers who are currently on CWLP's Electric Rates 34-37 already receive this savings.
The Heat Pump Rebate is available to CWLP electric customers who install qualifying air-source or geothermal heat pumps in their new or existing residential or commercial properties.
(Any structure that is not owner-occupied, including apartment complexes, retirement facilities and office buildings, is considered a commercial property for
purposes of this rebate program. For commercial heat pump rebates, pre-approval from CWLP prior to system installation is required.
Heat Pump Rebate Announcement
The amount of your rebate depends on whether or not your heat pump is an air-source or geothermal system. For an Air-Source System, your rebate
will be $300 per ton of installed cooling capacity. For a Geothermal System your rebate will be $500 per ton of installed cooling capacity.Rebates are granted on a first-come,
first-served basis while funding lasts. All rebates under $1,000 will be provided as bill credits. For rebates of $1,000 or higher, customers may opt to receive their rebate in check
form by marking the appropriate box on the rebate application and providing their social security number or, in the case of commercial applicants, a W-9 form. Checks are available only for rebate amounts of $1,000 or more.
All equipment model numbers will be verified through the Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) Directory of Certified Unitary Equipment. In addition,
CWLP reserves the right to make on-site inspections of heat pump installations before granting rebates.To receive a Heat Pump Rebate, residential
customers must complete and return a Heat Pump Rebate Application to CWLP within one year of the heat pump's installation date.
To qualify for the Heat Pump Rebate program, commercial customers must apply for pre-approval from CWLP prior to installing their heat pump system.
Once you are pre-approved for the rebate you can continue the application process. To apply for your residential heat pump rebate, following installation complete and sign a Residential
Heat Pump Rebate Application, have your contractor sign it, and submit it—along with a detailed sales receipt that includes equipment model numbers and the total project cost—to CWLP within one year of the installation date.
Heat Pump Rebate Form
Rebates for commercial water loop heat pump systems are available on a case-by-case basis. Please contact the CWLP Energy
Services by phone at 217.789.2070 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about this program.
Helping Homes is a program to help qualifying low-income electric customers reduce their energy costs through the installation of energy-saving retrofits to their homes.
Helping Homes Page
CWLP water customers who replace an existing older toilet with a qualifying new high-efficiency (HE) toilet can apply for a $50 rebate from CWLP.
(New construction does not qualify for the rebate.) The new toilet must bear a WaterSense® label, which indicates it will use at least 20 percent
less water than the current federal standard of 1.6 gallons per flush while providing equal or superior flushing performance to standard models.
The 2014 High-Efficiency Toilet Rebate Program began Monday, September 1, 2014. Funding for the program is limited and rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information about our HE Toilet Rebate head over to its standalone page! You can also find the Rebate form below.
HE Toilet Rebate Page
HE Toilet Form
CWLP has teamed up with Mother Nature to help you reduce some of your outdoor watering costs and grow healthier plants. With CWLP's Rain Barrel Rebate,
CWLP water customers can earn up to $25 back on the cost of purchasing a qualifying new rain barrel1 that is installed on a property
receiving CWLP metered water service. The program starts April 1 of each year and runs until funds for that year have been depleted.
A rain barrel works in conjunction with a building's gutter system to capture rain that falls on the roof and store the water for future outdoor use.
You might be surprised by the amount of water a rain barrel can collect: A mere 1/10th of an inch of rain falling
on 1,000 square feet of rooftop can fill a 50-gallon barrel. That's 50 free gallons you can use to water your flowers, shrubs and other outdoor plants.
For more information about our Rain Barrel Rebate head over to its standalone page! You can also find the Rebate form below.
Rain Barrel Rebate Page
Rain Barrel Form
Terms and Conditions
Need a new water heater for your new or existing home? Let CWLP "buy" it for you!
CWLP residential electric customers who install either conventional electric water heaters or hybrid electric water heaters may be eligible for a rebate from CWLP.
For more information about our Water Heater Rebate head over to its standalone page! You can also find the Rebate form below.
Water Heater Rebate Page
Water Heater Rebate Form