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For Residential Customers in Iowa

Appliances

Item Rebate Rebate Form
Clothes washers $150 Rebate form
Freezers $50 Rebate form
Refrigerators $50 Rebate form
Room air conditioners $35 Rebate form
Heating, Cooling and Water Heating

Item Rebate Rebate Form
Natural gas furnace $900 Rebate form
Energy-efficient furnace fan $75 Rebate form
Central air conditioner Varies Rebate form
Room air conditioner $35 Rebate form
Air-source heat pump Varies Rebate form
Programmable thermostat $25 Rebate form
Ground-source heat pump Varies Rebate form
Heat pump water heater $500-$1,500 Rebate form
Equipment Tune-Up and Ductwork Improvement

Item Rebate Rebate Form
Central air conditioner Lesser of $180 or 100% of cost Rebate form
Heat pump Lesser of $150 or 100% of cost Rebate form
Natural gas furnace Lesser of $180 or 100% of cost Rebate form
Ductwork improvement Lesser of $550 or 75% of cost Rebate form
How can we help you?
Download the 2014 Iowa Energy Efficiency Rebate Information For Your Home booklet




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In most households, the refrigerator is the single biggest energy-consuming kitchen appliance, and a stand-alone freezer uses a comparable amount of energy. Learn More