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HVAC Tune-Up Rebate Application

Residential Rebates

The 2023 rebates have closed. In January 2024, we will start the new rebates. More information will be coming soon.

HVAC Tune-Up Rebate Application

Member Information

Building Type:
Occupancy Status:
Cooling Type:
Do you have a maintenance contract?
Please read and a below to indicate you understand and agree to the following conditions:
  1. All rules and requirements of this program have been followed.
  2. Applicant has read and agrees to the Residential Rebate Program Terms and Conditions at wwvremc.com.
  3. Applicant is a residential member of Whitewater Valley REMC.
  4. The rebated equipment was installed and operational prior to submission of this application.
  5. Whitewater Valley REMC is providing the electric service to the installation site address listed on this application. Rebated equipment is installed in the primary residence of the applicant.
  6. Applicant understands and agrees that neither Hoosier Energy nor Whitewater Valley REMC assumes any responsibility or liability arising out of or related to applicant’s participation in our Energy Efficiency programs.
  7. Applicant will allow inspection of the rebated equipment (if requested).
  8. Applicant understands applicant will not receive a rebate if applicant and/or applicant’s contractor fails to provide required program documentation.
  9. Applicant agrees to purchase power from Whitewater Valley REMC for a period not less than the deemed measured useful life of rebated equipment. Should the applicant receive 100% of their power from any source other than the electric cooperative, including generation owned by the customer, before the end of the equipment’s deemed useful life, the applicant agrees to refund the full amount of the rebate to the distribution cooperative.
  10. Applicant gives permission to Hoosier Energy to obtain usage information from their electric cooperative. Applicant understands that Hoosier Energy may use the usage information provided for program evaluation and analysis. If signing in a capacity other than an individual capacity, the individual signing below hereby represents and warrants that s/he is duly authorized to execute and deliver this application on behalf of the applicant.
  11. Whitewater Vally REMC reserves the right to approve, deny or select the appropriate rebate amount.

Contractor Checklist

Outdoor
  • Inspect safety disconnect
  • Check refrigerant lines
  • Check refrigerant caps
  • Check refrigerant levels
  • Inspect reversing valve (if applicable)
  • Inspect and/or clean outdoor unit coil and wiring
  • Inspect unit is level and draining properly
  • Inspect fan blade balance
  • Inspect capacitor
Indoor
  • Inspect indoor unit coil
  • Inspect filter
  • Examine blower
  • Inspect insulation on refrigerant lines
  • Test indoor capacitor
  • Inspect condensation drain
  • Check static air pressure
  • Inspect thermostat
  • Lubricate system

To Qualify

  • HVAC unit must be located in a home served by WWVREMC.
  • Unit must be 3 or more years old and not have an existing preventative maintenance contract or agreement.
  • The tune-up must be performed by a licensed HVAC contractor with itemized receipt.
  • Submission for rebates must be within 90 days of tune-up service in the same calendar year.
  • One rebate per member account per calendar year.
  • Approved rebates will be returned to the customer in the form of a bill credit.
  • Rebate participation is subject to funding availability. First come, first served applications until funding is exhausted.