Clean Energy Action Plan - Residents

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Enhanced NYSERDA offerings are available to customers affected by a utility company natural gas moratorium. This includes Con Edison customers in Southern Westchester County and NYSEG customers in the town of Lansing, NY that currently pay into the System Benefits Charge.

Additional programs and services can be found on the residential programs and energy saving tips page.

Heating and Cooling Options

The Ground Source Heat Pump Rebate offers increased incentives for customers affected by a gas moratorium.

  • Small systems—those that use 10 or less tons of cooling capacity—will be eligible for rebates of $1,875 per ton of cooling capacity. An average single-family home will receive approximately between $7,500 and $9,375 of financial assistance, the maximum rebate is $18,750.

The Air Source Heat Pump Program offers:

  • A new $1,000 per ton of cooling capacity incentive for whole-house systems. An average single-family home will receive approximately $3,000 to $4,000 in financial assistance.
  • An additional incentive for control packages and dual fuel thermostats to ensure efficient operation during the heating season.

Community Support

Resources and networks that provide cost-saving opportunities in your communities are available to:

  • Help reduce your energy costs and consumption
  • Enable you to make informed energy decisions
  • Inform you of financing options for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects and products
  • Guide you through the process of implementing a clean energy project
  • Connect you with the right energy contractors who can implement clean energy project
NYSERDA’s Community Energy Advisors are available across the State to assist you, or you can connect with one of the Clean Heating and Cooling campaign contacts:

All New York residents have opportunities to make their homes more efficient, comfortable, and affordable. Visit NYSERDA's residents and homeowners page for more information.