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Consumers Energy (Electric) - Residential Energy Efficiency Program

Eligibility 
Residential
Multifamily Residential
Savings Category 
Geothermal Heat Pumps
Clothes Washers
Refrigerators/Freezers
Equipment Insulation
Lighting
Heat Pumps
Air conditioners
Programmable Thermostats
Caulking/Weather-stripping
Duct/Air sealing
Building Insulation
Windows
Motor VFDs
Comprehensive Measures/Whole Building
Other EE
LED Lighting
Maximum Rebate 

Home Performance Comprehensive Assessment and Installations: $3500
Insulation: $1,025

Program Info
Sector Name 
Utility
Administrator 
CLEAResult Consulting
Funding Source 

Consumers Energy

State 
Michigan
Program Type 
Rebate Program
Rebate Amount 

CFL/LED Lighting: Retailer Instant Discount
Programmable Thermostat: $10
WiFi-Enabled ThermostatL $50
Central A/C: $200 - $450
Air Source Heat Pump: $150 - $250
Ground Source Heat Pump: $200-$300
Room A/C: $20
Dehumidifier: $20
ECM Blower: $100
Natural Gas Furnace: $200-$300
Natural Gas Boiler: $500 - $900
Super High Efficiency Gas Water Heater: $75
Tankless Gas Water Heater: $100
Thermostat: $10 - $50
Furnace/Boiler/Central A/C Tune-up: $50

Refrigerator/Freezer Recycling: $50
Refrigerator/Freezer Recycling with old, working A/C or Dehumidifier: $65
Clothes Washer: $25-$50
Window Replacement: $15 Each Opening
Patio Door Replacement: $40 Each Opening
Building Insulation: $10-$50/section
Home Performance Measures: Vary
Residential Income Qualified Energy Efficiency Program: Free CFLs, Refrigerators, and Building Shell measures beyond those conducted through WAP

Summary 
Consumers Energy residential electric customers are eligible to apply for a variety of rebates on energy efficient equipment. Customers must install equipment in the Consumers Energy service area and receive electric service from Consumers Energy for the appliance purchased. Consumers Energy may verify sales transactions and that installed energy-saving measures meet all applicable building codes, zoning laws, local, state, and federal requirements. A contractor’s invoice itemizing the purchased equipment and indicating type, make, model, price, serial numbers, and date of purchase must accompany each Consumers Energy Incentive Request Form.

The Residential Income Qualified Energy Efficiency Program is working with existing Michigan Weatherization Assistance Program delivery to support weatherization providers with more funding for deeper retrofits than those provided by WAP alone. A multifamily component provides direct installation of energy-efficiency measures for residential customers living in buildings with more than four units, satisfying income requirements and meeting established program guidelines. The program provides no-cost installation of efficient lighting equipment and refrigerators in living units and significantly discounted installation in common areas (both interior and exterior spaces).

For more information about income-qualified incentives or incentives for new construction, please contact CLEAResult Consulting.