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Appliance Rebates


Want $50 for recycling your old refrigerator or freezer? We will pay you for recycling your inefficient, working appliance through our Appliance Recycling Program.

Qualifying refrigerators and freezers must be:

  • in working condition (compressor running);
  • plugged in and running at scheduled pick-up;
  • between 7.75 – 30 cubic feet;
  • empty and defrosted, with water lines disconnected at scheduled pick-up time.


Have your account number ready and call 1-844-HAUL4ME to schedule your free pick-up.


ENERGY STAR® Appliance Rebates:

Click the document below for information and the link for rebate application:

Online Energy Star Rebate Application


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This program encourages members to add insulation and other products and materials to their homes that will result in electric energy savings. Other products could include improved doors and windows, weather stripping, and general air sealing. The rebate is calculated so the member receives $40.00 for every 1000 Btu’s saved from the improvements that were made. The home is required to be a least two years old.

Must be an all electric home.

  • Four levels of rebates –

Level 1 maximum rebate $520 – insulation only.

Level 2 maximum rebate $750 – insulation and air sealing.

Level 3 maximum rebate $1060 – insulation, air sealing, at least 26,500 BTU reduction

Level 4 maximum rebate $1370 – insulation, air sealing, at least 34,250 BTU reduction


  • Rebate is based on amount of energy savings.
  • You may choose your own contractor for level 1.  Levels 2, 3, 4 require Jackson Energy Contractor.
  • Jackson Energy will inspect the improvements.
  • You will be required to provide receipts of purchases when applying for rebate.


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Heat Pump Duct Sealing

A heat pump duct seal includes a check of your heat pump duct system for leakage. Ductwork can be a major source of air leaks in the home, as much as 30% in the average home, which causes conditioned air to leak outdoors rather than stay inside the home. This leads to higher energy bills. This program is designed to encourage members to give attention to the HVAC systems in their homes. It is a known fact that as these systems age they will lose some efficiency. With this program a HVAC technician tests for duct leakage the seals the air supply and return ducting, the most important element in the process.

Must be an all electric home.

  • Member is charged a $50.00 per heat pump unit fee for service.
  • Fee can be added to the next bill statement.
  • JE pays and additional $250 to contractor to perform the work.
  • JE contractor performs the tune up.
  • Heat pump and ducting should be a minimum of two years old.


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Air Source Heat Pump Replacing Electric Resistance Heat

This program is for members who are considering changing from electric resistance heat to a heat pump. 

Examples of resistance electric heat include: baseboard, electric furnace, ceiling cables, wall heaters, etc.

The existing heating system is required to be at least two years old. The ducting system, whenever possible, should also be sealed during the installation of the new heat pump. An energy advisor will inspect and the new heat pump before issuing a rebate. New mobile homes are eligible for this rebate when adding a heat pump to an electric furnace.

  • Replacing resistance heat with heat pump.
  • Rebate is $500.00 for 13 SEER, $750 for 14 SEER, $1000 for 15 SEER or higher.
  • Energy Advisor will inspect.
  • Duct system should be sealed.
  • Also applies to mobile homes.


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Additional information can obtained on these and other energy efficiency programs at all Jackson Energy office locations. To make an appointment with one of our marketing representatives, call 1 800-262-7480.