ENERGY STAR® Rebates
Use our online rebate form to apply for one or multiple rebates. To qualify, you must be a PSEG Long Island Customer, must include proof of purchase with your rebate application, and may not exceed rebate limits of the ENERGY STAR® certified products listed on the application form.
Download the latest list of ENERGY STAR certified appliance retailers.To mitigate exposure to COVID-19 and in compliance with a New York State executive order, we have temporarily closed our office responsible for processing paper rebate applications. Paper applications are still being accepted however processing time will increase. Online applications will continue to be processed . Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Have an extra refrigerator or freezer that you're not using? Call us! We'll haul away your old working unit, recycle it, and send you a $50 check. Call 1-866-761-2722, Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. - 11 p.m. or Saturday, 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. to schedule a pick-up time.
Appliance must be picked up at the service location associated with your account #. Refrigerator must be 10-30 cu. ft., plugged in, and operating (cooling) at the time of the scheduled pick-up. Sub-Zero models are not eligible for this program. Appliances that do not meet these program eligibility requirements will not be collected at time of pickup.
We'll also pick up and recycle up to three old, working room air conditioners or dehumidifiers at the same time we come for your refrigerator. You'll receive up to three $35 voucher codes for each unit. Redeem vouchers when you shop for energy-efficient products on the PSEG Long Island Efficiency Marketplace.
Up to $2,000/ton in Rebates
Tap into the earth for your heating, cooling and hot water needs with a geothermal/ground source heat pump. In heating mode, these systems are four times as efficient as the most efficient fuel furnace or boiler. These pumps don't make new heat - they just extract the heat from the ground and amplify it. In cooling mode, these same units are twice as efficient as conventional air conditioning units.