Please be advised that effective June 1, 2017, the Potomac Edison HVAC rebate levels will be changing.
HVAC Program rebate applications for qualified equipment purchased by May 31, 2017, and postmarked or submitted online by June 30, 2017, will receive the original rebate incentive for qualified equipment.
HVAC Program rebate applications for qualified equipment purchased on June 1, 2017, or later will receive the new rebate incentives for qualified equipment.
HVAC Program rebate applications postmarked or submitted online on July 1, 2017, or later will receive the new rebate incentive for qualified equipment regardless of purchase date.
HVAC Measure Name
Current Rebate Incentive*
New Rebate Incentive**
Central Air Conditioner
Central Air Conditioner Tier 1 16 SEER
Central Air Conditioner Tier2 18 SEER
Air Source Heat Pump Tier 1
Air Source Heat Pump Tier 2
$ 1, 125
Geothermal Heat Pump (Closed Loop)
Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump Tier 1 14.5 SEER
Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump Tier 2
Ductless Mini-Split Multi-Zone Heat Pump
*equipment must be purchased by May 31, 2017, AND postmarked or submitted online by June 30, 2017
**for equipment purchased on or after June 1, 2017, OR postmarked or submitted online on or after July 1, 2017
For questions regarding the program, call 1-888-267-4685.
Use the calculator below to compare yearly electricity costs to operate central air conditioners with different SEER ratings. Find out how much money you could save on your electricity bill by choosing a high-efficiency system!
Energy Savings Calculator
This calculator was designed to compare existing HVAC units to high-efficiency units without specific SEER rating limits. Assumptions: $0.15 per kWh electrical cost and the seasonal cooling days per ASHRAE standards. These are the maximum savings based on seasonal operating hours. Actual realized savings may be less based on thermostat settings, home heat gain, etc. Calculator is based on Baltimore, MD heating season.