Rebates and Incentives

Orange County REMC offers member incentive programs which include payments to members who purchase qualifying equipment. These program payments will assist members in buying more efficient equipment to save money over the life of their purchase. Incentive payments will only apply to equipment installed and operating in the 2021 calendar year in homes or structures connected to Orange County REMC. Interpretation of qualifying equipment and installations is at the sole discretion of Orange County REMC. Deadline for 2022 rebates is December 15, 2022.


Air Source Heat Pump, Dual Fuel, Mini-split Heat Pump

Incentives are available for residential single-family homes, including condominiums. Residential heating/cooling incentives are limited to two per primary residence. (Multi-family incentives are administered through a separate, commercial/industrial program since equipment is purchased and owned by the building owner.)

Several of the details and requirements of our program have changed, so be sure to check with us before purchasing your equipment. Residential rebate options include:

$750 (dual/variable/multi-speed compressor)

  • Air-Source Heat Pump

  • Dual fuel Heat pump

  • Ductless mini split heat pump


$800 (single-speed compressor)

  • Heat pump replacing electric heating


$1,500 (dual/variable/multi-speed compressor)

  • Heat pump replacing electric heating


$1,500 Geothermal Heat Pump

  • Incentive requires a desuperheater or “hot water assist” for new installation geothermal systems when an electric resistance water heater is utilized


Water Heaters

FREE - new construction or replacing gas water heater

​​​​Orange County REMC will provide a FREE 40 or 50 gallon electric resistance water heater.

$150 rebate if purchased elsewhere.

Documentation for proof of purchase required. 0.93 minimum energy efficiency.

$500 rebate for members who purchase a hybrid heat pump water heater.

Documentation required to verify purchase. 

Click here for water heater prices from Orange County REMC.

​ Mobile/Manufactured Homes are defined as:

  • Factory assembled; Transportable; Designed for transportation on own chassis; Can be placed on temporary or permanent foundation; Intended for year-round occupancy

  • Note: Modular homes do not meet these requirements. Modular homes are considered residential single family homes.

Electric Lawn Equipment

Orange County REMC and Hoosier Energy are working together to offer you savings on the purchase of a new electric lawn equipment. Up to $50 rebate per member-household may be available on qualified purchases of new electric lawn mowers, leaf blowers, and string trimmers.


HVAC Tune-Up

Orange County REMC and Hoosier Energy are working together to offer member homeowners an incentive to save money on HVAC tune-ups and maintenance. Up to $50 rebate per member-household may be available for those services. Maintenance means fewer cost repairs in the future, improved air circulation, increased quality of heating and cooling along with what could result in the expanded life of your system.

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