Register for CEMA's Upgrade & Save Rebate Program
Ever since the reauthorization of NORA, oilheat dealers have been waiting for a sponsored rebate they could pass on to their customers, and now the time has come. Beginning Monday, May 2, rebates will be available for homeowners upgrading their oil-fired boilers, furnaces, or storage tanks. In order to participate, all Oilheat dealers MUST register for the Upgrade & Save — Connecticut Energy Efficiency and Safety Rebate program between Friday, April 1 and Friday, April 22.Registrations for the 2016 rebate program will not be accepted after April 22, 2016. Pending qualification and approval, Oilheat dealers will be able to use this program to offer customers the following financial incentives:
While Oilheat dealer registration is currently open, rebate submissions are not yet being accepted. Online rebate submission will begin Monday, May 2. It is important, however, that you register now, as registration will be closed after Friday, April 22. To register, follow the link below or go here, and then click "Register." Once you've registered, you'll be able to manage your rebate account conveniently and securely through the Upgrade & Save — Connecticut web portal. Additional features and materials will be made available once the program is opened up to the public. We expect Upgrade & Save — Connecticut to provide an excellent win-win-win scenario for Connecticut marketers and the homeowners and communities we serve. Help reduce your customers' environmental footprint, improve their comfort, and make our neighborhoods safer and cleaner for everyone.
- $500 for replacement/upgrade of an existing oil-fired furnace or boiler to a higher-efficiency model (minimum AFUE 83 for furnace, 85 for boiler)
- $300 for installation of an aboveground safety-reinforced heating oil storage tank to replace an aboveground or underground tank determined to be unsafe.
- Certain restrictions apply. Please review the program rules in your portal dashboard once you create your profile.