Take Control of Your Energy Bill
Homeowners can begin saving immediately by:
Tuning up or replacing their existing air conditioner
Have a participating contractor inspect your unit to make sure it’s working as efficiently as possible. Making changes now will ensure longer-lasting, better functioning equipment. Your comfort level will also increase.
Replace standard light bulbs with Energy Star Certified LED bulbs
LEDs use up to 90% less electricity than regular incandescent bulbs and can last up to 15 times longer. One LED bulb can save around $80 over the life of the bulb.
Upgrading attic insulation to R38 or higher
Your insulation’s R-Value determines how resistant it is to conductive heat flow. The higher the R-Value, the better insulated your home is against the elements. You could qualify for rebates of up to $500 for increasing your insulation’s R-Value.
Oklahoma Tax & Rebate Tax Info for HVAC and Geothermal:
City of Edmond
- City of Edmond Heating and Air Rebates
- City of Edmond Air-Source Heat Pumps $250/ton
- City of Edmond 17.1 EER Ground-Source (Geothermal) Heat Pumps- $800/ton
- City of Edmond loop leasing
- City of Edmond New Air-Conditioning units with SEER rating of 17.0 or higher- $100/ton
Oklahoma based electric provider information and rebates
- OG&E Geothermal Information – rebates are available. *Depending on availability of funds.
- Oklahoma Electric Cooperative (OEC) Geothermal Information – OEC geothermal heat pump rebate is $1050/ton.
- Central Rural Electric Cooperative (CREC) Energy Efficiency Information – geothermal heatpump $750/ton.
- Cimmarron Electric COOP geothermal rebate $1050.00/ton. An additional $225 for desuperheater.
- CK Energy COOP Geothermal information. CK offers a free Geothermal Loop Program and geothermal heatpump rebate of $1050/ton. Plus $150 for hotwater De-superheater.