Rebates & Incentives for Hoffmann Brother’s Customers
Ameren Missouri Heating & Cooling Program
Who: Ameren Missouri Electric Customers
When: Rebates valid for installs between January 1st -December 31st, 2021.
Ameren Missouri Natural Gas Rebate Program
Who: Ameren Missouri Gas Customers Only
When: Rebates valid November 2019 – December 31st, 2021
Cuivre River – Take Control & Save Rebates
Who: Cuivre River Customers
When: No End Date Specified
What: Rebates for Energy Efficiency
- Heat Pump Rebate Program: $750/ton Ground Source Heat Pump- qualifying new GSHP’s are eligible for $750/ton and replacement GSHP’s may be eligible for $150/ton
- Water Heater Rebate Program: $50 rebate for existing electric water heater with 90% + efficient standard electric water heater. (tankless water heaters are not included)
- Dual Fuel Heat Pump Rebate: $150/Ton Dual Fuel Heat Pump – air source heat pumps with supplemental gas or propane heat are eligible for $150/Ton Where: Cuivre River Customers in Missouri 30% Federal Tax Credit, No Cap Geothermal- Government
Spire High Efficiency Rebate- Laclede Gas
Who: Spire Customers
When: No End date listed as of now
What: Owners of, or customers living in, an individually metered dwelling unit, are eligible to participate in this program and must apply for rebates through the Company or through participating heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (“HVAC”) contractors. Individual dwelling units, as determined by account number, whether owner-occupied or rental property, are eligible for a maximum of two heating system rebates
Ameren Illinois Act On Energy – Standard Unit Qualifications
Who: Ameren IL Residential Electrical Customers building a new home or replace an existing system.
When: No end date as of now
What: Air Source Electric Heat Pumps. See Product Qualifications below:
Ameren IL Rebates:
Where: Ameren Illinois Residents
Geothermal Tax Credits – Reinstated
Who: Anyone who installs a Geothermal Heating & Cooling System in their home.
When: Geothermal system placed in service from 1/1/21 through 12/31/21
What: The tax credit is 22% of the cost of the system.