Florida Public Utilities offers residential electric rebates for homes to help offset the cost of making energy-efficiency upgrades.
Residential Heating and Cooling Efficiency Upgrade Program:
Jumpstart your HVAC energy-savings with up to a $100 rebate when you:
Replace your current system with a high-efficiency heat pump or air conditioning system
Install a new high-efficiency heat pump or air conditioning system
Residential Rebate Amounts
Type 1 - Heat Pump Replacing Resistance Heat
Type 2 - Heat Pump Replacement
Type 3 - Air Conditioner Replacement
Type 4 - New Heat Pump or Air Conditioner
In order to be eligible for a rebate, the residential customer must:
Replace existing equipment with—or install—a new heat pump (AHRI rating only) or central air conditioning system with a minimum rating of 15.0 SEER
Be the owner of the residence, which must be located in FPU’s electric service area
Have a ducted HVAC system
Submit a signed rebate application to FPUC within one year of the installation date
Dealer incentive will be paid to the contractor for the purchase and installation of a qualifying unit once the residential rebate is approved
For a new heat pump installed or a heat pump being replaced, the maximum supplemental strip heating physically contained in the system shall not exceed 2 kW per nominal ton. On a system of less than 2.5 tons, a 5 kW heat strip will be allowed
For a heat pump using supplemental strip heating, a two-stage indoor thermostat is required
If replacing a straight cooling system, the residence cannot have oil or electric resistance as the primary heat source
The customer and/or contractor must attest that the heat pump or air conditioner installation meets all required codes and standards. FPU accepts no liability for the installation
Florida Public Utilities is a subsidiary of Chesapeake Utilities Corporation.
Chesapeake Utilities Corporation (“Chesapeake Utilities”) is an energy delivery Company publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “CPK” (NYSE:CPK). Chesapeake Utilities is not, nor has it ever been, affiliated with Chesapeake Energy Corporation.