Smart energy choices make a home more comfortable and power bills more affordable. That’s why Co-Mo Connect Powered by Co-Mo Electric Cooperative is currently offering several services to help members make their existing homes more energy efficient through its Take Control & Save Program.
This initiative is part of the overall effort to manage the growth of energy use in order to postpone the need for building expensive new power plants. Click here for important qualifications and rebate amounts!
Home Appliance Rebates
You can save up to $100 when you purchase new qualifying energy-efficient appliances for your primary residence. Qualified? Don’t delay! It must be returned within 90 days of purchase.
Heat Pump Rebates
Co-Mo will pay you to put an energy-efficient heat pump in your existing home if you are replacing a central air conditioning system, a central electric furnace or a ground source heat pump. The structure in which the member resides and where this equipment is installed must be a permanent structure on a permanent foundation on land owned by the member and the location must use 6,000 kwh or more a year. For a ground source heat pump, it must be certified by ENERGY STAR +2 with an EER (Energy Efficiency Rating) of 19.1 or higher to receive a rebate of up to $850 per ton. For a high efficiency, air-to-air, dual-fuel heat pump, it must be certified by ENERGY STAR +2 with a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating) of 16.5 or higher to receive a rebate of up to $150 per ton. For a new dual-fuel air source heat pump with a SEER rating from 13 to 16.4, you can receive a $300 per system rebate. (Note: This offer cannot be combined with the ENERGY STAR +2 rebate.)
Important Rebate Qualifications and Information
Energy Star Window Air Conditioners — $50
Water heater, Energy Factor 0.91 or higher — $50
Dual fuel/mini split heat pump, 17 seer and above —$150/ton
Dual fuel heat pump 13 to 17 seer —$300/system
Ground source heat pump, EER 19.1 — $850/ton
Ground source heat pump replacement — $150/ton
Walk Through Tier one Energy Audit — One free audit
Blower Door Test Maximum — $300*
(Money is rebated back to your electric bill after minimum energy improvements are completed. *Details dependent on walk-through audit.)
Weatherization — 50 percent of cost up to $500
(After blower door test has been completed)
Business and Agriculture lighting rebates — Call for details
All appliances/systems must be pre-qualified. Contact Energy Services Advisor Tom Hulse at (800) 781-0157 or
firstname.lastname@example.org for details.