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The Energy Efficiency Program rebates are available only for qualifying purchases
and/or services.  The availability of the Energy Efficiency Rebate Program is limited and
rebates will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.  When funds have been
depleted, the Energy Efficiency Rebate Program will no longer be available. Members
must submit this form and required documentation within 60 days of services being
performed to be eligible for rebates.  For questions, please call 903-874-7411 or email:
EERP Application for
Heat Pump Rebate
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Members who replace existing HVAC
equipment (in all-electric, single
family homes) are eligible to receive
a $400 rebate for a 16 SEER high
efficiency heat pump (or higher).  
The incentive rebates for this
program apply to the replacement
of existing HVAC equipment.  The
member must provide a copy of the
receipt with the ARI designation of
the qualifying installation from the
installing contractor.  Please use the

Application for Reimbursement
to apply for the rebate.
HVAC Tuneup Rebate
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checking and adjusting belt tension, cleaning and lubricating the
indoor blower unit, replacing filters, cleaning inside the "A" coil,
and checking the thermostat, wiring, and other electric parts.  A
copy of the receipt from a qualified contractor stating that the work
above was completed must be provided to NCEC along with a
completed signed rebate application form.
Residential members who have a
HVAC tuneup performed by a licensed
service professional on their single-
family all-electric homes can receive
a rebate not to exceed $100.  
An annual HVAC tuneup includes:
checking and correcting the unit's        
refrigerant pressure and tubing,
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Residential Energy
Residential members can request
to have an energy audit
performed at their homes at no

You may request an energy audit by
email at:
take advantage of this program.