Taylor County RECC
- Button-Up Weatherization
Available only for electrically heated homes more than two years of age; for insulation and weatherization upgrades, receive $40 for every 1,000 BTU saved, up to $520 for Level I, $750 for Level II with air sealing, $1,060 for Level II with reduction of energy needs by 26,500 Btuh. Contact Taylor County RECC office before any improvements have been made.
- Air-to-Air Heat Pump
Get a $750 rebate for replacing an existing electric furnace, baseboard, or ceiling heat with a 14 SEER, 8.0 HSPF or $1000 for >15 SEER, >8.5 HSPF high-efficiency heat pump. Contact Member Services prior to installation.
- Touchstone Energy Home
Up to $750 rebate for new home construction; contact Member Services for specifications to qualify; subject to blower door test.
- ENERGY STAR Appliance Rebates
Residential end-use members of Taylor County RECC will receive the following incentive for installing ENERGY STAR-certified appliance:
- Refrigerator $100
Freezer $ 50
Dishwasher $ 50
Clothes Washer $ 75
Heat Pump Water Heater $300
ASHP Upgrade (specify) $300
Air Conditioning (Central) $300
- To apply for the rebate, click here: ENERGY STAR Appliance Rebate.
- Appliance Recycling
Get a rebate 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 pickup;
• between 7.75-30 cubic feet;
• empty and defrosted, with water lines disconnected at scheduled pickup time.
Call 1-844-HAUL4ME to schedule your free pickup. Have your account number ready when calling.
- ENERGY STAR Manufactured Home Program
If you’re thinking of purchasing a new manufactured home, be sure to request the ENERGY STAR Manufactured Home Program to your salesperson. You may be eligible for an ENERGY STAR-certified upgrade at no additional cost. In most cases, manufactured homes installed in our co-op service territory may be upgraded to ENERGY STAR standards through this energy-efficiency program. Right now, that’s an average savings of about $1,100 each year or about $90 a month on your electric bill.