Energy Efficiency Rebate
Energy Efficiency Rebates
Glacier Electric offers a wide variety of residential energy efficiency rebates. All of our energy efficiency rebates are based on Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) energy efficiency programs. Glacier Electric follows BPA's guidelines and requirements for all of our rebate programs. In order to receive a rebate you must complete the application and submit all required documentation and GEC verification listed on the application. Return your rebate application to Glacier Electric for processing. A list of our residential energy efficiency rebates is below. If you have any questions about these programs please contact Glacier Electric.
Glacier Electric offers rebates on EnergyStar qualified washing machines, clothes dryers, refrigerators, and freezers. Simply complete the application and turn it in along with your receipt showing the maker and model of the appliance so that we can verify EnergyStar qualification. All applications must be turned in to your local GEC office.
Energy Star Manufactured Home
If you are planning to purchase a new manufactured home, consider a highly efficient EnergyStar qualified one. Glacier Electric will provide a $1,450 rebate for EnergyStar manufactured homes in our service territory. Review the application and call if you have any questions.
Prime Window Replacement
For electrically heated homes only, Glacier Electric provides rebates to change out your old inefficient windows for new prime efficiency windows. Review the application then contact Keelie Montalban at Glacier Electric to schedule a required pre-installation inspection.
Glacier Electric offers rebates for sealing ductwork in homes with electric forced air heat. To qualify for the rebate, the work must be done by a BPA approved installer. Please review the application and call if you have any questions.
Ground Source Heat Pumps
Glacier Electric now offers rebates for qualified heat pump installations. Rebates vary depending on the type of heat pump installation. Please contact a qualified installer to begin the process of learning more about this high efficient method of home heating.
More information about ground source heat pumps.