Propane forced air system

NYPGA 2020 Rebates Available

Act quick – these rebates won’t last!

New York Propane Gas Association (NYPGA) has continued the conversion-replacement rebate program for 2020, using PERC funds to support retention and growth of safe, efficient propane appliances in New York.

The available rebates for New York State residents are:

  • Water Heater​​
    $250 for converting from another fuel
    $100 for replacing an existing propane unit
  • Boiler/Furnace
    $350 for converting from another fuel
    $200 for replacing an existing propane unit
  • Note: Maximum combined rebate is $450

In order to access these funds, the propane customer must submit their documentation through a propane marketer (CES). The rebate form is no longer available. This form needs to be completed and returned to Combined Energy Services for processing. All required documentation must accompany the form. Customers of Combined Energy Services receive a copy of all of the required paperwork including a copy of their leak test (typically a yellow copy) along with their equipment bill. The safety inspection is provided free of charge if you’re a customer of Combined Energy Services and purchase their propane through CES. Rebate checks are issued directly from the New York Propane Gas Association to the customer.

Changing your furnace or water heater to clean, high efficiency propane gas with Combined Energy Services before 09/30/2020 and you will get…

  • Rebate*
  • Free oil tank removal 
  • Free propane tank install
  • Free underground gas line up to 50 ft with pressure regulators
  • Free leak / safety check**
*Rebate while NYPGA supplies last. See details @ NYPGA’s website. **Items in red italics are only available through Combined Energy Services and are not part of the rebate. Restrictions may apply. Contact office for details.
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