Rebates – Existing Customers

Get Rebates for Converting to Qualified Natural Gas Appliances

It pays to become more energy efficient, in more ways than one! Get rebates for converting to qualified natural gas appliances.

Appliance Rebate Schedule

Homeowners who switch to natural gas from another energy source by converting qualified appliances or installing new natural gas appliances are eligible for Conversion Rebates.

APPLIANCE

Furnace or Gas Pak*


Water Heater


Dryer


Range


Maximum Rebate per Service Address

REBATE

$400.00


$400.00


$75.00


$50.00


$925.00

* Hybrid systems and logs do not qualify. Certain qualifications may apply. Program is subject to change or cancellation without notice.

Appliance Rebate Schedule

Homeowners who switch to natural gas from another energy source by converting qualified appliances or installing new natural gas appliances are eligible for Conversion Rebates.

Natural Gas Equipment » REBATE

Furnace or Gas Pak*  »  $400.00


Water Heater  »  $400.00


Dryer  »  $75.00


Range  »  $50.00


Maximum Rebate per Service Address  »  $925.00

Current Customer Rebate Form

To download a PDF of this form with guidelines and conditions, click here.

Applicant Information

Rebate Schedule & Appliances

Enter Manufacturer, Model # and Serial # of the NEW appliance

Natural Gas Furnace

Rebate
$400.00

Natural Gas Water Heater

Rebate
$400.00

Natural Gas Dryer

Rebate
$75.00

Natural Gas Range / Cooktop

Rebate
$50.00

Installing Contractor Information

Account Holder Agreement

Please allow 30 days for the rebate adjustment to show on your bill. If you have any questions, contact April Peterson at (803) 323-5421. Thank you for choosing efficient and reliable natural gas appliances!

Energy Savings with Natural Gas

The following table illustrates the comparative savings when using natural gas for space heating, water heating, cooking and clothes drying instead of other energy sources. The figures below are calculated based on a home having an annual use of 50 million BTU’s of energy. A BTU is a common denominator used to compare various energy sources. Results may vary depending on your actual rate, the efficiency of the equipment used and other factors.

Who to Call

Natural Gas  »  Energy Cost: $500.00 »  Annual Savings w/ Natural Gas: N/A


Electricity  »  Energy Cost: $1,172.00 »  Annual Savings w/ Natural Gas: $622.00


Propane  »  Energy Cost: $1,630.00 »  Annual Savings w/ Natural Gas: $1,138.00


Fuel Oil  »  Energy Cost: $989.00 »  Annual Savings w/ Natural Gas: $500.00

ENERGY SOURCE

Natural Gas


Electricity


Propane


Fuel Oil

ENERGY COST

$500.00


$1,172.00


$1,630.00


$989.00

ANNUAL SAVINGS W/ NATURAL GAS

N/A


$622.00


$1,138.00


$500.00

*Energy calculation based on Electricity at $0.08 per KWH, Propane at $3.00 per gallon, Oil at $2.750 per gallon and Natural Gas at $1.00 per therm