Upgrade your natural gas equipment to high-efficiency models and save.
The National Fuel Conservation Incentive Program offers customers several money-saving rebates for replacing specified appliances with new, energy-efficient models. By combining rebates with projected annual savings for using more energy-efficient equipment, new, high-efficiency appliances, such as furnaces, water heaters, boilers, gas dryers and more, can quickly pay for themselves.
Get rebates for your home. The Conservation Incentive Program offers residential customers in National Fuel’s Western New York service area a number of rebates when appliances are replaced with energy-efficient models.
Get rebates for your customers, rentals or business. All non-residential customers can save money through fixed or customized rebates on select energy-efficient equipment upgrades — regardless of natural gas consumption.
You’ll receive incentives on qualifying high-efficiency appliances.
You’ll immediately reduce the amount of energy needed and save money by using less.
When you conserve natural gas, you help make the air cleaner for everyone.
The 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act made significant changes to federal energy efficiency tax credits being offered. Combine these stimulus bill tax credits with our rebates and save even more! Learn more about the federal tax credits being offered.
Economic and environmental concerns are driving consumer decisions about energy more and more. As public concerns about the environment increase, interest has grown in the potential for energy efficiency to moderate consumer cost increases, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and enhance energy security. At National Fuel, we believe investing in energy-efficiency programs presents an opportunity to achieve these objectives and benefit the communities we serve.
The Conservation Incentive Program provides our customers with resources to conserve energy and achieve savings on heating costs while providing opportunities to improve the environment through the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions and the preservation of natural gas resources for future generations.
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