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Utility Rebate

June 16, 2011

Since inefficient pool pumps consume an unnecessary substantial amounts of energy, many utility companies are offering rebate incentives to pool owners for the replacement of an old existing pumps with an energy efficient pool pump. Below is a list of utility companies that offer rebate programs. To check the qualifying program details and availability, visit the utility companies website.

Please note, programs eligibility requirements are subject to change without notice by utility company.

 

 

Arizona

APS — $75 – $200
For more information, visit APS’s website.
Salt River Project — $100
For more information, visit Salt River Project’s website.
UniSource (Whole Home Upgrade Program) — $100 – $200
For more information, visit UniSource’s website.

California

Anaheim Public Utilities — $100
For more information, read Anaheim Public Utilities’ pdf online.
Glendale Water & Power — $100 – $125
For more information, visit Glendale Water & Power’s website.
Roseville Electric — $200
For swimming pool covers only. For more information, visit Roseville Electric’s website.
Lodi Electric Utility — $250
For more information, visit Lodi Electric Utility’s website.
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power — $500 to $1000
For more information, visit Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s website.
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power – EUC (Whole Home Upgrade Program) — Up to $1200
For more information, visit Los Angeles Department of Water and Power – EUC’s website.
City of Palo Alto — $200
For more information, visit City of Palo Alto’s website.
Redding Electric — $600
For more information, visit Redding Electric’s website.
City of Pasadena Pump Rebate Program — $200 – $250
For more information, visit City of Pasadena Pump Rebate Program website.
City of Riverside Public Utilities Pump Rebate Program — $200
For more information, visit City of Riverside Public Utilities Pump Rebate Program’s website.
Pacific Gas and Electric (California) — $100
For more information, visit Pacific Gas and Electric (California)’s website.
Pacific Gas and Electric – EUC (Whole Home Upgrade Program) — Up to $1500
For more information, visit Pacific Gas and Electric – EUC’s website.
San Diego Gas & Electric – EUC (Whole Home Upgrade Program) — Up to $1500
For more information, visit San Diego Gas and Electric – EUC’s website.
San Diego Gas & Electric Pool Pump Rebate Programs— $200
For more information, visit San Diego Gas and Electric Whole Home Upgrade Program’s website.
Southern California Edison – EUC (Whole Home Upgrade Program) — Up to $1200
For more information, visit Southern California Edison – EUC’s website.
Southern California Edison (SCE) — $200
For more information, visit Southern California Edison – SCE’s website.
Southern California Edison – Multi-Family — Free upgrade
For more information, read Southern California Edison – Multi-Family’s pdf online.
Imperial Irrigation District — $200
For more information, visit Imperial Irrigation District’s website.
Sonoma – PACE Financing — $100
For more information, visit Sonoma – PACE Financing’s website.
City of Healdsburg — $125
For more information, visit City of Healdsburg’s website.
Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)— $250 – $400
Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)— $100
Modesto Irr District — $200
For more information, visit Modesto Irr District’s website.
City of Burbank — $200 – $400
For more information, visit City of Burbank’s website.

Colorado

Xcel Energy Residential Pool Pumps Rebate Program — $100

Florida

Gainesville Regional Utility Pump Rebate Program — $250
Gulf Power — $100
For more information, visit Gulf Power’s website.
City of Tallahassee — $200
For more information, read City of Tallahassee’s pdf online.

Hawaii

Hawaii Energy — $150
For more information, visit Hawaii Energy’s website.

Indiana

NIPSCO — $300
I&M — $300

Kentucky

Duke Energy — $300
For more information, visit Duke Energy’s website.

Louisiana

New Orleans — $400
For more information, read New Orleans’ pdf online.

Massachusetts

Cape Light Compact — $200
Nationalgrid — $200
NStar Electric — $200
Unitil — $200
Western Mass Electric — $200

Michigan

Efficiency United (13 Different utilities) — $200 – $350
For more information, visit Efficiency United’s website.
Indiana Michigan Power (AEP) — $200 – $350
Lansing Board of Water & Light — $250 
For more information, read Lansing Board of Water & Light’s pdf online.

Missouri

City of St. Louis – PACE Financing
For more information, visit City of St. Louis – PACE Financing’s website.
Ameren Missouri Residential Electric — $250
For more information, visit Ameren Missouri Residential Electric’s website.

Nevada

NV Energy — $250
For more information, visit NV Energy’s website.

New Mexico

PNM — $300
For more information, visit PNM’s website.

New York

PSEG, formally known as Long Island Power Authority — $100 – $450
For more information, visit PSEG’s website.

North Carolina

Duke Energy — $300
For more information, visit Duke Energy’s website.
South River EMC — $100 
For more information, visit South River EMC’s website.

Ohio

Duke Energy — $300
For more information, visit Duke Energys’ website.
Efficiency Smart — $175
For more information, visit Efficiency Smart’s website.

Oregon

Pacific Power — $200
For more information, visit Pacific Power’s website.
Portland General Electric (PEG) — $200
For more information, visit PEG’s website.

Pennsylvania

Met-Ed (FirstEnergy) — $150
For more information, visit Met-Ed website.
PECO Electric Utilities — $200
For more information, visit PECO General Electric’s website.
PenElec (FirstEnergy) — $150
For more information, visit PenElec’s website.
PennPower (FirstEnergy) — $150
For more information, visit PennPower’s website.
PPL Electric Utilities — $150
For more information, visit PPL Electric Utilities’ website.
West PennPower (FirstEnergy) — $150
For more information, visit West PennPower’s website.

Rhode Island

National Grid Pool Pump Rebate Program — $250 – $300
For more information, visit National Grid Pool Pump Rebate Program’s website.

South Carolina

Duke Energy — $300
For more information, visit Duke Energy’s website.

Texas

Austin Energy — $300
For more information, visit Austin Energys’ website.
CoServ — $150
For more information, visit CoServ’s website.
CPS Energy (San Antonio) — $200 – $300 
For more information, visit CPS Energy’s website.
Entergy (Whole Home Upgrade Program)
For more information, visit Entergy’s website.

Vermont

Efficiency Vermont — $400
For more information, visit Efficiency Vermont’s website.