Rebates

Save Energy and Money... AND Get a Rebate? Yes!

Need new appliances? NJ's Clean Energy Program offers rebates that return some of the cost to you.

Take Advantage of Rebates

Furnaces, central air, and water heaters can put a dent in your budget. The State of New Jersey offers rebates to ease the cost. Rebates are a partial return of the money you've already paid to install or upgrade appliances and products in your home. Some of those rebates return $300 and more for qualifying purchases.

New Jersey Clean Energy Rebates 

General Rebates and Promotions 

Bought a new appliance? Find a rebate for refrigerators, washers/dryers, and more.

CoolAdvantage Program: $200 - $500 Rebates

Apply for a rebate for qualified high-efficiency central air conditioning systems and/or electric heat pumps.

WarmAdvantage Program: $250 - $950 Rebates

Apply for a rebate for qualified high-efficiency heating systems and/or water heaters. 

Rebates from ENERGY STAR

In the market for home electronics, lights, appliances or more? Just enter your zip code and check the right box to search for current ENERGY STAR rebates.

ENERGY STAR-certified products that meet or exceed energy-efficiency guidelines often qualify for manufacturer rebates. These household appliances and equipment are among the most common products with rebates.

  • Clothes washers
  • Dryers
  • Refrigerators
  • Lighting
  • Central A/C
  • Ductless mini-split systems
  • Heat pumps
  • Furnaces
  • Water Heaters
  • Boilers

Appliance Recycling Program

Looking for other ways to get more money back? Earn $50 to recycle your refrigerator or freezer through New Jersey's Clean Energy Appliance Recycling program. Call 1-877-341-2192, Monday to Saturday, 8 a.m. - 11 p.m. or go to the NJ Clean Energy Program site to schedule a pickup.

To qualify:

  • You must own the appliance(s) and be a PSE&G customer.
  • The pick-up address much match the service address on your account, and you must provide safe, clear access for the removal team.
  • Eligible appliances include operational refrigerators and freezers between 10 and 30 cubic feet.
  • You may recycle a maximum of two units per year.