The energy efficiency of a home is affected by three primary factors: heat transferring into or out of your home, air leakage in the HVAC duct work, and proper functioning of the HVAC system. Following are some of the most common energy efficiency improvements:
The cost of energy efficiency upgrades varies by the type of improvement being made and the contractor. Your contractor or the CPS energy efficiency team can help you determine solutions that will help you achieve the most energy savings and will direct you to the incentives that CPS Energy offers.
For HVAC installation projects, work can be performed by any contractor licensed within the State of Texas. Customers can find a list of contractors that have registered as CPS Energy Trade Allies and participated in the CPS Energy Home Energy Program by using the find a contractor link on the CPS Energy website.
NOTE: Contractors participating in the CPS Energy Trade Ally Network are independent companies and are not endorsed by CPS Energy or CLEAResult Consulting
Installing contractors do not have to be part of the CPSE Trade Ally Network to participate in the program but ALL contractors must be licensed in the State of Texas and be able to provide their license number on the rebate paperwork. If your contractor is interested in becoming a CPSE Registered Trade Ally, they can email [email protected]
You may receive multiple incentives for more than one installation of the same ‘type’ of measure. For example, a home may have two water heaters.
Incentives are available for any single-family, duplex, tri-plex, or four-plex dwelling units served by a CPS Energy electric meter. Condominiums must be individually metered. Tenant-occupied dwellings are eligible. The incentive payment will be made out in the name listed on the CPSE Account for the property. If the incentive payment should be paid to a third party, i.e. landlord, contractor, then the payment release authorization section on the CPSE Home Energy Rebate Application must be filled out and signed. Manufactured and mobile homes for which mobility devices have been removed may be eligible for incentives.
A CPS energy efficiency team will provide you with support – from submitting your initial application to the receipt of your incentive. We are dedicated to ensuring that your experience in CPS Energy’s Save Now Residential Programs is positive and beneficial.
Your incentive check will be mailed directly to you approximately 8-12 weeks after final paperwork submission.
The pathway incentives are available until January 31, 2024; this website will announce if a pathway incentive ceases to be available. Incentives are first-come, first served. Rebate amounts and offerings are subject to change or termination without notice at the discretion of CPS Energy.