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Energy Rebates


Energy Rebate Program Funds have been exhausted at this time. More funding will become available July 1, 2014.
Please call 928.213.2155 with any questions. 


Rebates
            
           
           

           

            Here's how you can receive an energy
             rebate through the City of Flagstaff:
                  

Step 1:
A $99 APS energy audit must be completed by a regional
BPI certified contractor in order to receive rebates.

  • Click here to view the quick guide to regional contractors.
  • More contractors can be found on the APS and UniSource 
       websites.


Step 2:
Follow up with your contractor on possible repairs and
complete the energy upgrade work.

  • Click here to view requirements for each type of energy upgrade 
       (qualifying water heaters, furnaces, etc).


Step 3:
Fill out the rebate application and bring it to the Sustainability
Program office (101 W. Cherry Ave) or mail it to: City of Flagstaff
Energy Rebate Program, 211 W. Aspen Ave, Flagstaff AZ 86001


Eligibility Requirements:

  • All work must be completed by a regional BPI certified contractor
  • Energy audit required. Must complete work within 2 years from audit
  • Home must be in Flagstaff city limits
  • Home cannot exceed 3,500 square feet
  • Click here to view the Energy Rebate Program FAQ.


   

Note on funding: In 2013 the Sustainability Program received $100,000 from UniSource to fund a two year rebate project. $50,000 was allocated for Fiscal Year 2014 (7/1/13 – 6/30/14) and $50,000 for Fiscal Year 2015 (7/1/14 – 6/30/15). As such, rebates are offered on a first come, first served basis while funding lasts. As of 2/1/2014 we have disbursed 100% of our Fiscal Year 2014 allocation. Applications received after Fiscal Year 2014 funding is expended will be processed in Fiscal Year 2015.

 
Please call 928.213.2155 with any questions or email  



[The Utilities Division also offers rebates on low flow toilets, turf reduction, and rain water harvesting.  Click here to learn more.]