Heating & Air Rebates

This program applies to installations in buildings (both existing and new). Generally, each building or complex can only qualify once for these rebates, unless significant building additions cause the installation of additional heat pumps, or at least ten years have elapsed since the previous installation.

Rebate Requirements

Current rebate amounts are, as follows:
Type of Unit Rebate Amount Requirements
Air-Source/Dual Fuel $250/ton minimum Energy Star SEER rating plus 2*
Ground Source (Geothermal)** $800/ton minimum Energy Star SEER rating plus 2
Air Conditioning
$100/ton Energy Star SEER rating of 17 or higher*
*If SEER rating is 15, unit would need to be 17 to qualify for a rebate. See updated SEER information.
**Units are recommended to be installed by ISGPHA qualified heat & air contractor.

How To Get Started

Edmond Electric offers FREE Home Energy Audits for interested customers. Contact Edmond Electric at (405) 216-7608 to schedule your free energy audit* and learn what type of heat pump would work best for your home. New home construction will require a load analysis, which can also be performed by an Edmond Electric auditor.

*Must apply within 90 days from the date of completed installation of heat pump.

A certified residential energy auditor must perform an energy audit for a residence prior to installation. Also, Edmond Electric personnel must inspect the equipment after installation to confirm that program requirements are met. For new homes, the audit can be performed using information provided by the builder; this information must be verified when the installed equipment is inspected by Edmond Electric personnel.

Qualifying Equipment

Electric heat pumps that meet the following criteria will qualify for rebates:
  • Air-source, water-source and ground-source (geothermal) heat pumps all qualify, provided they meet the minimum efficiency standards.
  • Dual-fuel heat pumps qualify provided they meet installation criteria.
  • Electric heat pumps must be permanently installed split or single-packaged systems.
  • The latest Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) Directories will be used to determine both the efficiency and capacity ratings for rebates.

How Much Could I Save?

The possible savings are dependent on a number of factors: type of heat pump installed, the age, insulation and size of your home, living habits and others.

Based on numbers compiled by Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority (OMPA), if you replaced your old gas furnace and air-conditioning unit with an air-source or dual-fuel heat pump you could potentially cut your heating and cooling bill in half.

If you replace your gas furnace and air-conditioning unit with a ground-source (Geothermal) heat pump, your yearly heating and cooling bill could be one-third of what it currently is.