Qualifying Equipment

Equipment  Efficiency requirement** Rebate amount 
Hot water boilers
(condensing)
 ≥ 88%$3,500/MMBtuh input
 
Hot water boilers
(high-efficiency) 
 85% - 87.9%$1,800/MMBtuh input
 
Steam boilers 
(high- and low-pressure)
 ≥ 83% thermal efficiency$500/MMBtuh input
 Boiler turbulator35% of equipment & installation costs; $750/boiler cap
Modulating burner
replacements
$450 per MMBtu;
not to exceed 25% of equipment & installation costs
Stack damper$250 per MMBtu boiler input;
not to exceed 35% of equipment & installation costs
Boiler reset control$150/control system;
not to exceed equipment cost
Boiler cut-out control $150/control system;
not to exceed equipment cost 
Linkageless controls$300/MMBtu input
​Pipe insulation
(hydronic heat, low- and high-
pressure steam heat)
$2.50/Lineal foot

**Boiler efficiency rating to represent the installed operating efficiency of the boiler for the application (i.e. based on designed return water temperature, average input level, steam pressure, etc.). 

How to Receive Your Rebate

  1. Install qualifying new equipment at a location heated with natural gas from CenterPoint Energy in Minnesota for a commercial account.*

  2. All applications for boiler system, boiler system component and pipe insulation rebates must be received by December 31 of the calendar year in which the equipment is installed. Program is valid January 1 through December 31. Include copies of the dated invoice and proof of installation. To avoid delays, please submit your paperwork as soon as equipment installation is complete.
    Boiler System Rebate (PDF)

    Boiler System Component Rebate (PDF)

    Pipe Insulation Rebate (PDF)
  3. Submit your completed paperwork online or send by mail to:

     

    Commercial Rebate Processing
    CenterPoint Energy
    PO Box 59038
    Minneapolis, MN 55459-0038

  4. Allow eight weeks for rebate processing.

     

*Rebate amounts vary by equipment. Rebate funds are limited and subject to change without prior notice. Requests will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Caps are for one calendar year. Some utility rebates are taxable under Internal Revenue Service rules. Customers are responsible for all applicable taxes.

CenterPoint Energy reserves the right to limit any rebate and conduct on-site inspection of installed equipment. All decisions by CenterPoint Energy regarding energy savings, cost savings, rebate amounts and approvals are final. CenterPoint Energy cannot guarantee energy savings and does not warrant rebated equipment.