PPL Electric Utilities - Residential Energy Efficiency Rebate Program

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Eligibility: 
Residential
Multifamily Residential
Low Income Residential
Savings Category: 
Refrigerators/Freezers
Dehumidifiers
Water Heaters
Lighting
Heat Pumps
Air conditioners
Building Insulation
Comprehensive Measures/Whole Building
Other EE
Pool Pumps
Program Info
Sector Name: 
Utility
Administrator: 
PPL Electric Utilities
Funding Source: 

Act 129

State: 
Pennsylvania
Program Type: 
Rebate Program
Rebate Amount: 

HVAC
Heat pump water heater: $300- $400
Air Source Heat Pump: $100-$300
Air Source Heat Pump Tune-up: $75
Central Air Conditioner: $150
HVAC System Sealing Bonus: $75
Ductless Heat Pumps: $100- $200 per 12,000 BTU/hr (depending on efficiency)

Building Envelope
Attic Insulation: up to 75% of the cost
Wall Insulation: up to 75% of the cost
Air Sealing: up to $100
Duct Sealing: $75

Fuel Switch from electric to non electric
Natural gas or propane furnace: $200
Oil Furnace: $200
Fossil fuel boiler: $200
Hot Water Heating: $200

Appliances
Refrigerator: $35
Dehumidifier: $25
Smart Thermostat: $50 (self install), $100 (contractor install)
Variable speed pool pump: $350
Refrigerator/Freezer Recycling: $35 plus free pickup

Summary: 
PPL Electric Utilities as part of Pennsylvania's Act 129 offers numerous rebates and incentives for its residential customers to improve energy efficiency. All residential customers of PPL Electric are eligible for the incentives. 

Interested applicants must first contact a qualified contractor to install the equipment. PPL utility maintains a database of all participating contractors that the customers can reach out to for installations. After the work is completed the customer can apply online or mail in the rebate form. The applications for the rebates for appliances and equipment must be submitted within 90 days of installation. Applications for insulation must be based on an energy audit. Rebates will be sent to the customers through a check. 

Incentives are also provided for switching from electric to no-electric high efficiency central heat. Refer to the program web site for complete details.