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Step 1: Get ready

Have your 10-digit ComEd account number ready. Your account number is located in the top right corner of your bill.

Have the serial number available for each rebate you are requesting. Your serial number may be located on the product or equipment, the package the product came in, or the invoice from your contractor.

Collect your contractor invoice, which must include:
  • Equipment make, model and serial number for each unit installed
  • Installation date.
  • Payment terms (for example, balance due of zero, financing terms or paid-in-full stamp)
  • Professional contractor business information.

Scan your invoice(s) to upload to your online application.

If you are applying for a central air conditioner or heat pump rebate, you will need:
  • The AHRI number that includes the indoor and outdoor unit of your new system. 
  • Your furnace make and model number, if your contractor rated your central air conditioner or air source heat pump with your new or existing furnace.

Other reminders:
  • Once an application is started, you may return and enter the same ComEd account number and last name as your original application to continue completing your application.
  • If applying for more than one rebate, you can apply for all qualifying heating and cooling products on one application.
  • Visit to apply for an appliance rebate or smart thermostat rebate.
  • Please contact your contractor for a revised invoice before submitting your paperwork if any required information is missing.  

For the complete rebate requirements and terms and conditions, download the Heating and Cooling Rebates Eligibility Catalog


Step 2: Verify your eligibility

Rebates are available to all current ComEd residential delivery service customers. The application must be submitted within 90 days of installation or by February 28, 2018, whichever comes first. 

After your rebate application is reviewed and approved, you will receive your rebate check in approximately four weeks. 

Central air conditioner   
≥ 15 Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER)
$300 to $400 
per unit 

Air source heat pump  
≥ 14.5 Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER)
$400 to $600 
per unit 

Ductless mini-split heat pump  
≥ 17 SEER and ≥ 9.5 Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF)
$300 to $500 
per unit

Energy-efficient ECM
(electronically commutated motor)

In a newly installed, high-efficiency furnace or air-handler or upgraded fan in an existing furnace or air-handler
$50 to $125  
per unit

Heat pump water heater 
≤ 55 gallons, purchased through your  contractor
per unit 

Step 3: Start your application


The ComEd® Energy Efficiency Program is funded by ComEd customers in compliance with Illinois law.