This rebate offer is only available to residential homes and businesses served with natural gas from CenterPoint Energy in Arkansas or the Texas communities of Texarkana, Nash, Redwater or Wake Village. The completed Online Rebate Form must be submitted no later than December 31 in the year in which equipment was installed.
Fuel switching from electric to natural gas is not eligible for rebate.
Backup heating systems are not eligible for a rebate.
Equipment installed under warranty replacement does not qualify for the rebate.
Builders should negotiate with homeowners to determine who receives the rebate.
Dated invoice must include
- Purchaser name
- Installation address
- Brand of heating system
- Complete model number
- Serial number of heating system
- Dealer company name and address
- New programmable thermostat brand and complete model number must also be listed on invoice for qualifying installations.
- Rebates will be processed in the order that they were received and are paid on a first-come, first serve basis.
- CenterPoint Energy is not responsible if the dealer does not provide accurate information about the amount of a rebate or equipment eligibility.
- It is the responsibility of the dealer and the purchaser to ensure that the program requirements are met. If program requirements are not met, no rebate will be paid.
- Rebate qualifications and amounts are subject to change.
- CenterPoint Energy Conservation Improvement Program (CIP) rebate programs may be cancelled or changed at any time.
- CenterPoint Energy issues a cash rebate not utility bill credits.
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.
Rebate program funds are budgeted on an annual basis. Rebate amounts and availability are subject to approval by the Arkansas Public Service Commission.
Some utility rebates are taxable under Internal Revenue Service rules. Customers are responsible for all applicable taxes.