Heating & Cooling

Get $250 to $1,500 in rebates on high-efficiency heating and cooling equipment while improving your home’s energy efficiency and comfort. Heating and air conditioning account for up to 50% of the energy you use at home. A properly installed and maintained system can reduce your energy use, improve comfort, and help you save money. If your home has multiple systems, you could save even more!

The Maryland Clean Energy Center offers loans to help cover the cost of certain home improvements.

Choose Your Rebate

Efficiency Level Rebate*
Central Air Conditioning Tier 1 ≥ 16 SEER and ≥ 13 EER $300
Central Air Conditioning Tier 2 ≥ 18 SEER and ≥ 13 EER $500
Air Source Heat Pump Tier 1 ≥ 16 SEER and ≥ 13 EER and ≥ 9.0 HSPF $400
Air Source Heat Pump Tier 2 ≥ 18 SEER and ≥ 13 EER and ≥ 9.5 HSPF $650
Gas Furnace ≥ 92% AFUE w/ECM $250
Furnace Blower Motor (ECM), Upgraded Fan in an Existing Furnace or Air Handler N/A $100
Furnace Blower Motor (ECM), Factory-Installed N/A $50
Geothermal Heat Pump (closed loop) ≥ 17.1 EER and ≥ 3.6 COP $1,500

SEER = Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating, EER = Energy Efficiency Rating, HSPF = Heating Seasonal Performance Factor, AFUE = Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency, ECM = Electronically Commutated Motor, COP = Coefficient of Performance.

*Note: If you apply for an equipment rebate through the heating and cooling rebate program, you cannot apply for a rebate on the same equipment under the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® program.

Geothermal products installed at new construction homes that are not participating in the ENERGY STAR for New Homes Program are eligible for a rebate.

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Renters and Landlords

If you are a renter or landlord applying for an appliance rebate, please discuss with your contractor.