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Sep 1, 2022 | Energy Efficiency | 8 comments

Get winterized with cozy rebates

Winter is coming. But you can take control of your electric bill with rebates on ENERGY STAR® certified products.

Up to $450 rebates on certified heat pumps: Heat pumps transfer heat into or out of your home depending on the season. That means you don’t need to use energy to generate heat in the winter or cool air in the summer.

$400 rebates on ductless mini-split heat pumps: Mini-split heat pumps can provide highly efficient, year-round heating and cooling in spaces without existing ductwork.

$400 rebates on heat pump water heaters: Like a refrigerator in reverse, a heat pump water heater captures heat from the surrounding air to heat the water in the tank.

Up to $100 rebates on smart thermostats: Many models can learn to automatically adjust temperatures based on your schedule and preferences.

Ready to cozy up to a rebate? Get started at


  1. Susan estus

    Hi my name is susan.ineed a hot water am low income

    • Kathryn

      Good Morning Susan, Our WRAP Program provides income-eligible customers with a no-cost energy assessment, free energy saving products, and energy tips for long-term savings. You can sign in and apply for these programs online under or by calling 1-888-232-6302 8am-6pm. Thank you for checking with us!

  2. David Stahler

    I purchased a great dehumidifiers a few years ago when PPL offered this product. Any possibility that these would be offered again or are they still available?

  3. Judith L Mehlbaum

    I purchased a new hot water heater, 50 gallon energy saver. Are there rebates available for these water heaters?

    • Kathryn

      Good Morning Judith, Rebates are very specific and updated frequently. We currently show a rebate for a Heat Pump Water Heater $400 Universal Energy Factor. Please review our rebates and apply online if applicable under Thank you!

  4. bill

    any rebates on washers dryers

  5. Mary Kreuzberger

    This all looks good for everyone except tenants of apartment communities, who have no control over the heating systems of their apartments. Since PPL built this apartment community with an electric heating system, might you please propose ways to ensure us savings on electricity this winter other than turning down the thermostat , limiting all appliance usage and other outlet usage , and limiting critical hot water usage for bathing.

  6. sandra speece

    A window has no glass in window needs to be replace,and a door need has a bad draft coming in.needs repaired.and i dont have the fundings to do so.and again am having issues keeping up.
    and my furnace is not working.


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