Install qualifying ENERGY STAR® gas equipment in your home or business, then visit the rebates page for an application. You can apply through our online portal or print and mail an application form to the address on the form.
Rebates are subject to funding availability.
UGI cares about our customers. For that reason, we voluntarily filed this Energy Efficiency and Conservation (“EE&C”) Program with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. The program is designed to help our customers make their utility bills more affordable. The program is also designed to encourage customers to utilize efficient gas equipment instead of costly and less environmentally friendly sources like oil, coal and electricity.
All Residential UGI-Gas & UGI-PNG customers and Commercial UGI-Gas & UGI-PNG customers taking service under Rate N or NT are eligible to participate. UGI-CPG customers are not yet eligible. If you are a gas customer, please click here to verify your current eligibility for these programs by zip code. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Commercial and Residential UGI Electric customers are eligible to participate.
No. You can be currently using any kind of fuel or equipment as long as it is being replaced with an ENERGY STAR® appliance. However, UGI Electric customers are only eligible for UGI Electric programs while UGI-Gas and UGI-PNG customers are only eligible for UGI Gas programs.
For a full list of UGI contractors you can visit our Find an HVAC Contractor page.
Yes. You are eligible for the rebates with DIY installations.
Generally, 4 to 6 weeks after approval.
Yes. The only rebate that has quantity restrictions is for the Wi-Fi thermostats with a limit of two (2) per household. There are no quantity restrictions on any other rebate.
Energy savings will vary depending upon the type of equipment being replaced and the new equipment being purchased, along with personal usage patterns.
Unfortunately, you must be either a UGI-Gas, UGI-PNG or UGI Electric customer to qualify for the rebate programs. Continue to check with both your electric and natural gas utilities about their current rebate offerings.