In September 2020, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities approved PSE&G’s Clean Energy Future energy efficiency program, clearing the way for PSE&G to commit $1 billion toward energy efficiency over three years. It is the largest commitment to energy efficiency in New Jersey history, and includes 10 programs tailored to help all residential and commercial customers reduce their energy use with energy-efficient equipment, technologies, and strategies.
PSE&G offers rebates for replacing older, inefficient appliances and heating and cooling equipment with newer, high-efficiency models. For a list of qualifying equipment, visit PSEG.com/rebates or call 1-855-846-2895. PSE&G rebate applications can be completed online; please have your proof of purchase for the appliance or equipment you installed.
Discounts for qualifying ENERGY STAR® certified appliances will be available beginning July 1, 2021 for equipment purchased on July 1, 2021 or later. Customers who purchased appliances prior to July 1, 2021 should apply to New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program by visiting www.njcleanenergy.com.
ENERGY STAR is a nationally recognized joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). It helps us all save money and protect the environment through energy-efficient products and practices.
Whenever you purchase household appliances and products, always look for the blue ENERGY STAR label. This symbol means that those appliances and products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the EPA and DOE.
PSE&G has always sought ways to help customers save energy and money while helping to protect the environment. Educating everyone about the benefits of ENERGY STAR helps us achieve that goal. ENERGY STAR provides complimentary resources that PSE&G uses to enhance our programs.
The following ENERGY STAR certified appliances are eligible for a discount at participating retailers. Find a participating retailer near you; just look for the shelf stickers.
Yes. Only current PSE&G account holders may receive rebates. PSE&G customers who have chosen another electric generation supplier can still take advantage of the rebates; individual program eligibility rules may vary.
Rebates will be available from the retailers listed below, with additional retailers to be added throughout the program year.
Any qualified appliance or equipment is eligible for a rebate—regardless of where it was purchased—as long as it is installed in a PSE&G customer’s home and the customer can provide a copy of the paid receipt.
You must submit your rebate application online.
Customers can call 1-855-846-2895 or by visiting pseg.com/rebates more information.
Yes. If your management company or association is a PSE&G account holder, you would be eligible for a rebate. Please call 1-855-846-2895 for more information.
It is one of several programs PSE&G offers to help customers save money and reduce energy usage. The program removes older, energy-wasting refrigerators and freezers as well as room air conditioners and dehumidifiers—and recycles the units in an environmentally responsible way.
PSE&G created the Appliance Recycling Program as part of state-mandated efforts to increase energy efficiency. It is one of many programs that will be offered as part of PSE&G's plan to help customers reduce energy usage.
It will save you money and is good for the environment. Older refrigerators and freezers typically use four times more electricity than newer models that are being produced today.
Yes. For a limited time only (September 1–November 30, 2022), PSE&G is offering increased rebates of $100 for each working refrigerator or freezer you recycle, plus an additional $35 rebate for each working room air conditioner or dehumidifier you recycle at the same time. The limited-time offer is only available to PSE&G residential electric customers and does not apply to retailer or multi-family pickups. To qualify, customers must schedule a pickup between September 1 and November 30, 2022, and have the pickup occur on or before December 30, 2022.
If a secondary refrigerator, usually located in the basement or garage, is removed and not replaced, households can save about $150 per year, depending on the size of the unit.
At PSE&G, safety is our top priority. As part of our commitment to safety, we are closely monitoring developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic—and taking appropriate precautions to protect the health and safety of our customers, contractors, and employees. To this end, we now offer no-contact pickup (see next question). During your no-contact appliance pickup, our team will be wearing personal protective equipment, including masks. Team members will not initiate contact with you and will maintain a physical distance of at least six (6) feet. Before and after each pickup, the team will properly sanitize their hands, the appliance units, and their trucks.
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, we are taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of our customers and contractors. No-contact pickups enable our staff to safely collect and recycle your old appliances without physical contact with you.
Yes, we offer indoor and outdoor pickups that comply with COVID-19 safety protocols.
Our no-contact pickup will allow you to maintain social distance from our collection team during your scheduled pickup. You will be able to stay six feet away while our team removes your appliances.
Designated outside locations include garages, porches, and outbuildings.
If you are unable to print the required authorization form, please contact us at 1-888-484-8313 to have the form mailed to you.
PSE&G is partnering with Appliance Recycling Centers of America (ARCA) on the program. All ARCA employees will wear uniforms and display an identification badge with their photograph.
To schedule a pickup of an older refrigerator or freezer (and room air conditioner and/or dehumidifier if applicable), customers may call ARCA toll-free at 1-888-484-8313 or schedule an appointment online.
There is a pickup limit of two refrigerators and/or freezers per PSE&G residential household per year. A room air conditioner or dehumidifier must be picked up in conjunction with a refrigerator and/or freezer pickup and cannot be picked up by itself; these smaller appliances also have a limit of two each per PSE&G residential household per year.
The program will be available through September 30, 2023. Depending on available funds, the program may be extended beyond that date.
Once your unit is confirmed to be in working condition following pickup, we will mail a check to your address within four to six (4–6) weeks.
No. Rebates can only be issued in the form of a check.
More than 95% of each unit is recycled by ARCA at a recycling facility located in Philadelphia following guidelines from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Responsible Appliance Disposal (RAD) program.
In order to receive a rebate, the appliance must be in working condition. To verify your appliance is in working condition, please have the unit plugged in outside in your garage, porch, or outbuilding. If the unit is not plugged in, the team will test the unit back at the recycling facility to ensure that it is in working condition. If the unit is determined to not be in working condition at that time, you will not be eligible to receive a rebate.
The Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Program (HPwES) uses a whole-house approach to make an existing 1-4 family home or low-rise multifamily building more energy efficient and to lower energy consumption. Each participating contractor has been staff certified by the Building Performance Institute (BPI). Only contractors with BPI certified staff can participate in the Program. These specially trained professionals use advanced diagnostic equipment to test the home and identify optimal energy efficiency improvements.
The Home Performance with ENERGY STAR assessment is the first step toward making your home more energy efficient and reducing energy bills. During this comprehensive energy assessment, the BPI certified contractor tests and evaluates the home using advanced diagnostic equipment and building science principles to determine which areas would benefit from energy efficiency and health and safety-related improvements. Features to be tested include but are not limited to heating and cooling equipment, insulation levels, air infiltration, appliances and lighting. During the assessment, the contractor will install a number of energy saving features, such as LED bulbs, faucet aerators, advanced power strips, and efficient-flow showerheads. If the home is more than 3,000 square feet or has more than one combustion appliance zone, additional fees may apply at the discretion of your contractor.
During the assessment, the contractor may use a blower door and infrared scan to test for air-leakage; conduct a series of combustion-related tests; and explore opportunities to improve the home’s insulation, heating and cooling system, appliances, and lighting. The contractor will then explain to you what improvements can be made, and what they will cost.
Improvements may include sealing gaps, cracks, and other leaks to prevent outside air from entering your home, adding insulation and sealing and insulating or replacing air ducts that run through attics or crawlspaces. Improvements may also include repairing or replacing old or poorly functioning heating and cooling systems and appliances. Installing ENERGY STAR® certified lighting is another commonly performed, cost-effective improvement.
Energy efficiency upgrades can improve the comfort of your home, enhance its value and ensure that occupants are living in a safe environment. In addition, as a result of the improvements, you will reduce your energy usage every month.
To be eligible for the program, you must be a residential PSE&G customer with a PSE&G account number and the owner of the house where the assessment will be performed. Before July 1, 2021, participation is limited to PSE&G electric and gas customers. Beginning July 1, 2021 all PSE&G residential customers are eligible. This offer is not valid for new construction or commercial properties. Customers that receive ONLY PSE&G gas or electric service can visit njcleanenergy.com for more details.
The program strongly encourages you to accompany your contractor during the Home Performance Energy assessment and to ask questions and learn about other energy savings opportunities. Your participation will help when discussing the assessment findings, your contractor’s recommendations and how you can reduce energy use.
To better serve you, all PSE&G Participating Contractors have put health and safety measures in place that meet or exceed public health guidelines. In addition to keeping technicians safe, these measures help protect you and your family. They include (but are not limited to) strict physical distancing, technician wellness screenings, proper hygiene, and the use of face masks and other protective equipment. As a further precaution, your contractor may ask screening questions when scheduling your energy assessment or home improvement project. When scheduling your assessment, ask your contractor about other specific health and safety questions or concerns you may have.
Once your energy assessment is complete and you receive the contractor’s recommendations, it is your decision whether to sign a contract and move forward with the improvements. You are under no obligation to have the work performed, but remember, the recommended energy efficiency improvements can upgrade your home, lower energy bills and improve indoor air quality, and comfort of your home. You and your family can realize significant benefits by moving forward with the recommended improvements as soon as possible following your Home Performance Energy Assessment.
The scope of upgrades and the time needed to complete them will vary by participant and the type of energy efficiency improvement(s) you select. To complete the contracted improvements to your home, your contractor may have to visit your home on multiple days. At a minimum, PSE&G strongly recommends that you meet with the contractor at the beginning of each day before work begins and at the end of the day to review progress and to help you better understand the impact the work will have on your home. Be aware that the normal routine of your household may be disrupted while the contractor performs the improvements.
Costs depend on factors including the size and age of your home, the recommended improvements, and which upgrades you choose to install. Homeowners can receive cash incentives to help offset some of the costs of improvements.
BPI-certified contractors perform critical combustion safety-related tests before and after performing energy improvements to the home. Assessing and testing combustion appliances—such as heating equipment, ovens, and water heaters for proper performance and carbon monoxide emissions—helps ensure safe, efficient operation and prevent dangerous gases from being introduced into the home. Such tests are critical when tightening up a home to make it more energy-efficient and comfortable.
Yes, Building Performance Institute (BPI) multifamily certification is required and the BPI multifamily standards must be followed.
Participating contractors must employ properly trained staff and must allow assessment of work performed by the program to ensure that all measures are properly installed and safety precautions are observed. To participate in the HPwES program, a contracting company must be Building Performance Institute (BPI) certified. In addition, the HPwES program requires that, company-wide, an employee(s) hold a BPI Building Analyst Professional certification. The employee certification requirements provide assurance to both customers and the program that all cost-effective savings opportunities have been identified, any health and safety considerations are also included in the report of recommended actions, and workers are competent. Participating contractors must guarantee all work, and agree to abide by BPI standards governing health and safety, work quality, insurance coverage, customer service, and complaint resolution, and follow all requirements as described in the HPwES participating contractor agreement.
Begin your application using our online contractor registration portal. To begin, all contractors will need to register, complete the contractor application and submit a new participation agreement through the online Contractor registration portal. The HPwES participation agreement will be valid with all 7 New Jersey utilities. Once a participation agreement is signed, the contractor will indicate the counties in which they operate in the application and the application will transfer to all other utilities servicing those counties. Please contact us at 1-855-846-2895 if you have questions.
The BPI Building Analyst Professional certification, which allows an individual to administer an energy audit on a residential home. PSE&G provides BPI Certification at no additional costs to all participating contractors and their staff.
PSE&G provides BPI Certification training for no cost to participating contractors to receive the BPI certification. To access this training, please reach out to Danielle.Calabro@icf.com.
Once your company has become BPI designated and have no prior experience in participating in a HPwES program, you will be able to sign up for an orientation to provide you and your company with additional program information. Additional details will be provided when available.
You can either call 1-855-846-2895 or email to PSEGHomeEnergy@icf.com.
As you become a HPwES participating contractor, you will be provided all the software access related information.
Yes, both of these software will be utilized. For single family, Snugg Pro will be the energy modeling tool and for multifamily buildings, REM Design will be the energy modeling tool. As you become a HPwES participating contractor, you will be provided all the software access related information.
If you have questions, please email us at PSEGHomeEnergy@icf.com or call us at 1-855-846-2895
You may be eligible for PSE&G’s Home Weatherization Program for Income-Qualified Customers if you meet at least one of the following criteria:
You must be a PSE&G residential electric or gas customer who is responsible for the PSE&G bill to be eligible for the Home Weatherization Program. All residents must have permission to make energy-saving upgrades at your residence. Residents may need to have their landlords’ approval to participate.
Call 1-855-846-2895 between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday through Friday to confirm your eligibility and schedule an appointment.
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Whether you choose a virtual or in-home energy assessment, a certified PSE&G energy adviser will perform a thorough assessment of your home’s energy use. You’ll receive a written report detailing ways you can save energy, as well as energy-saving products (such as LED bulbs, efficient-flow shower heads, and advanced power strips) as needed for no additional cost.
We strongly recommend using a Wi-Fi network. Using a mobile device’s data connection often causes technical difficulties with video.
CMC Energy Services will perform all assessments for PSE&G's Home Weatherization Program for Income-Qualified Customers. CMC employees will present their photo identification badges when they arrive at your home. If you have any concerns, please call 1-855-846-2895 to verify the identity of our energy efficiency assessor.
During in-home Home Weatherization for Income Qualified assessments, all basic energy-saving products (such as LED lightbulbs) will be installed by the PSE&G adviser. If you choose a virtual assessment—or request that a free energy kit be delivered to your home—“how-to” instructions will be sent to you. As always, you can contact your energy adviser or the PSE&G call center if you have installation questions.
Yes. You also may qualify for additional energy efficiency, health, and safety improvements valued at up to $7,500. These upgrades may include:
Your energy adviser will work with you to plan these upgrades (which are determined on a home-specific basis) for future visits, and one or more of our participating contractors will contact you for scheduling.
All upgrades are provided at no cost for PSE&G customers who meet eligibility requirements.
Your weatherization work will be scheduled within 30 days of receiving recommendations. Our contractor will work with you to find a date and time that is convenient for you.
PSE&G energy advisers are experienced in residential energy conservation, construction, and building diagnostics—and are Building Performance Institute (BPI) certified professionals.
Our participating contractors are direct subcontractors to CMC Energy Services. All of them are licensed in the state of New Jersey and have provided references, qualifications, and evidence of insurance.
PSE&G launched its HVAC Instant Rebate Program on July 1, 2021. Through the program, residential customers can receive instant rebates for qualifying, energy-efficient electric and gas HVAC equipment and water heaters, provided the equipment was purchased and installed on or after July 1, 2021. Customers that purchase HVAC equipment prior to July 1, 2021 should apply to New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program by visiting www.njcleanenergy.com.
PSE&G’s residential HVAC Instant Rebate Program benefits homeowners, distributors, and contractors throughout New Jersey.
Yes, all utilities in New Jersey provide rebates for HVAC and water heater measures. PSE&G and Rockland Electric Company are providing instant rebates, and the other New Jersey utilities will provide incentives in the form of rebate checks, to be mailed to homeowners upon utility project application approval. For more information, visit the utility’s website.
Residential customers who purchase and install an energy-efficient central air conditioner, heat pump, or ENERGY STAR® smart thermostat can enjoy instant rebates of up to $600—and instant rebates up to $900 when upgrading to an energy-efficient gas water heater, furnace, or boiler system.
To qualify for the program, you must be a residential PSE&G customer with a PSE&G account number; you also must be the owner of the house where the installation is performed. Beginning July 1, 2021, all PSE&G residential customers will be eligible. Please note that this offer is not valid for new construction or commercial properties.
Whenever you purchase household appliances and products, always look for the blue ENERGY STAR label. This symbol means that the product meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the EPA and DOE.
He or she will help guide you through the equipment upgrade process, handle all necessary installations, and provide you with an instant rebate when the work is done.
Yes. Our participating contractors will provide you with an instant discount at the time of installation. Find a participating contractor.
PSE&G does not assess installations to verify quality or safety. However, PSE&G will randomly conduct assessments to confirm that qualifying equipment was installed. If you are selected for an assessment, PSE&G will call you to schedule an appointment.
To better serve you, all PSE&G participating contractors have put health and safety measures in place that meet or exceed public health guidelines. In addition to keeping technicians safe, these measures help protect you and your family. They include (but are not limited to) strict physical distancing, technician wellness screenings, proper hygiene, and the use of face masks and other protective equipment.
Contact the contractor who performed the work, the Better Business Bureau, or the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs.
Start by calling PSE&G at 1-855-846-2895 between 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Monday-Friday. A member of PSE&G’s HVAC Account Management team will work with you to begin the process of getting your chosen contractor registered as a PSE&G participating contractor.
If you have installed qualifying energy efficient products or started an energy efficiency project at your home, you may be eligible to participate in an on-bill repayment plan through PSE&G. PSE&G may qualify customers using payment history, third-party credit reporting, and/or financial statement review as part of the application process. More information will be provided soon.
No. If you have already applied for a rebate on a heat pump, you are not eligible to apply for a rebate on a furnace or air conditioner. These rebates cannot be combined because PSE&G only provides a rebate for the primary heating source.
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, EER stands for Energy Efficiency Ratio, and HSPF stands for Heating Season Performance Factor.
SEER, EER, and HSPF ratings are determined by entering the model number of the indoor coil, the outdoor unit, and in many cases the air handler or furnace into the AHRI directory. If the complete system does not meet the program requirements, you will not be eligible for a rebate.
When furnaces produce heat, they need a motorized fan to circulate the air. An electronically commutated motor (ECM) furnace circulates hot air into the ducts that run through the walls of the building. ECM furnace motors typically use significantly less electricity than traditional furnace fans.
In most cases, yes, your furnace or air handler must be high efficiency. The PSE&G HVAC Instant Rebate Program requires SEER and EER ratings for a complete system as rated by AHRI—so you should check with your contractor to determine if your complete system qualifies for the PSE&G rebate. Your contractor should be able to confirm the system rating in the AHRI database and verify your eligibility.
Yes. Customers and trade allies who have participated in these New Jersey BPU programs in the past will be familiar with many of the solutions and equipment offerings in PSE&G’s HVAC Instant Rebate Program.
PSE&G launched its HVAC Instant Discount Program on July 1, 2021. Through the program, residential customers can receive instant discounts for qualifying, energy-efficient electric and gas HVAC equipment and water heaters, provided the equipment was purchased and installed on or after July 1, 2021. Customers that purchase HVAC equipment prior to July 1, 2021 should apply to New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program by visiting www.njcleanenergy.com.
PSE&G’s HVAC Instant Discount Program benefits distributors, contractors, and homeowners alike throughout New Jersey.
The HVAC Instant Discount Program is designed for, and will only be offered to, PSE&G and Rockland Electric (RECO) customers. Other utilities in the state will also provide incentives for HVAC and water heater measures; however, these incentives will be provided in the form of a rebate check, to be mailed to homeowners upon utility project application approval.
Residential customers who purchase and install an energy-efficient central air conditioner, heat pump, or ENERGY STAR® smart thermostat can enjoy instant discounts of up to $600—and instant discounts up to $900 when upgrading to an energy-efficient gas water heater, furnace, or boiler system.
Register at our Trade Ally Portal to learn more about our energy efficiency programs and complete a PSE&G contractor application. Contact us at 1-855-846-2895 if you have any questions. We look forward to working with you!
Once the project is approved, contractors will be reimbursed by the participating distributor from whom they originally purchased the equipment.
Yes. Customers and trade allies who have participated in these New Jersey BPU programs in the past will be familiar with many of the solutions and equipment offerings in PSE&G’s HVAC Instant Discount Program.
At PSE&G, we work hard to include new products and technologies as part of our energy efficiency programs. For lighting, we currently offer an instant discount on many eligible LED products sold at participating retail stores across your area. You can find PSE&G instant discount signage displayed next to eligible lighting products.
Instant discounts for qualifying ENERGY STAR® certified lighting purchases will be available beginning July 1, 2021 for equipment purchased on July 1, 2021 or later. Customers who purchase ENERGY STAR certified lighting prior to July 1, 2021 should apply to New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program by visiting njcleanenergy.com
LEDs, or light-emitting diodes, are semiconductor devices that produce visible light when an electrical current is passed through them.
LED lighting differs from incandescent and compact fluorescent lighting in several ways. When designed well, LED lighting can be more efficient, durable, versatile, and longer lasting. LEDs are ideal for recessed can and track lighting. They last at least 15 times longer and use up to 90 % less energy than standard incandescent bulbs. In addition, LEDs turn on instantly with no flickering, produce less heat, and allow for precise placement of light due to their directional nature. Finally, LEDs are available in a variety of color hues and temperatures, and most LED bulbs are dimmable.
Instant lighting discounts of up to $7 per bulb on ENERGY STAR certified LEDs will be available at participating retailer locations throughout PSE&G’s electric service area.
Instant lighting discounts will be available from the retailers listed below, with additional retailers to be added throughout the program year:
For more information, customers can call 1-855-846-2895. Beginning on July 1, 2021, additional information will be available at Homeenergy.pseg.com and homeenergy.pseg.com/lightingdiscounts
ENERGY STAR certified products have been tested to meet stringent performance criteria established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy. These criteria ensure that all bulbs earning the ENERGY STAR label meet minimum lifetime and efficacy requirements, and are within maximum allowed product start and warm-up times. If you choose a bulb that is not ENERGY STAR certified, you may be sacrificing performance.
PSE&G is partnering with retailers throughout New Jersey to provide incentives to customers who purchase energy-efficient products. Look for ENERGY STAR rated bulbs with the instant discount sticker when you shop at the retailers found on this page.
A lumen is a measure of light output, while a watt is a measure of power consumption or how much electricity is needed to power the bulb. For example, a common 60W incandescent bulb produces about 800 lumens. When purchasing a light bulb, your primary concern is light output, which is measured in lumens. By selecting a 13-watt ENERGY STAR certified LED instead of the 60W incandescent bulb, you can still get 800 lumens, but the LED requires much less power and helps you save on energy costs.
It’s simple to find an ENERGY STAR certified LED bulb that will produce the same amount of light as your current incandescent bulb. Manufacturers include product equivalency information on the packaging to help consumers choose a bulb that produces enough light. For example, if you want an ENERGY STAR certified LED light bulb to replace your 60-watt incandescent, just look for words like “Soft White 60” or “60-Watt Replacement” on the packaging.
Yes. However, you should look for products that have the word "Dimmable" on the packaging. Almost all LEDs are dimmable—meaning they will not flicker, hum, or have huge color shifts. Note that using a regular CFL on a dimming switch or circuit will cause performance issues and shorten its rated life.
Because CFLs contain a small amount of mercury, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recommends that you take your CFLs to a recycling location. You also can take CFL bulbs to your local municipal recycling center. If there are no recycling options near you and you must put CFLs in the trash, put the CFL in two sealed plastic bags. CFLs should not be disposed of in an incinerator.
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), CFLs contain a small amount of mercury sealed within their glass tubing. When a CFL breaks, some of the mercury can be released as vapor.
The EPA has updated its recommendations on how to properly clean up a broken CFL. First, people and pets should leave the room, and windows or doors should be open. If any central heating or air conditioning is running, shut it off. Gather materials (sealable plastic bag, broom, wet paper towels, stiff cardboard, tape) to clean up the broken bulb. Do not use a vacuum cleaner.
PSE&G's Energy Check for Multi-family program offers a no cost on-site energy efficiency assessment and installation of energy-saving products at no cost in units and common areas to help you and your tenants reduce energy use. Energy-saving measures may include the following items:
Market rate properties with three or more units and a shared common area—such as apartments, condominiums, student apartments, and assisted living facilities—all can be considered multi-family properties. To learn more about eligibility requirements, please call 1-855-846-2895 or email PSEGHomeEnergy@icf.com.
Yes, there are several solutions available for properties below market rate. For more information about solutions for which your property will qualify, call 1-855-846-2895 or email PSEGHomeEnergy@icf.com.
Taking advantage of PSE&G's Energy Check for Multi-family program is a great way to start lowering operating costs and increasing your property's value. You and your tenants can start saving energy from the moment the products are installed. You will get tips from our professional advisers on energy-efficient products.
There is no cost to the property manager or tenants for participating in Energy Check for Multi-family.
This depends on the size of the opportunity in each residential unit. Typically, our teams are in units for less than five minutes, and the team can complete approximately 50 units in a day.
The water temperature will not be affected by the energy-efficient fixtures.
Energy Check for Multi-family only installs aerators designed to perform the same task using less water, more efficiently. Energy-saving aerators mix air and water to provide the correct surface area coverage for completing tasks.
Energy Check for Multi-family teams can replace all screw-in bulbs in permanent fixtures within your tenants' units.
Currently PSE&G has LED replacements for a-type, candelabra, globe, and flood bulbs. These bulbs will replace incandescent, halogen, and compact fluorescent (CFL) bulbs.
If a CFL is broken, all people and pets should vacate the room for five to 10 minutes, and a window or door should be opened to air out the space during that time. Central forced air heating/air conditioning systems should be turned off, as well. Thoroughly sweep up the broken glass and place bulb debris and cleaning materials outdoors in a sealed trash container. For disposal of an intact CFL bulb, visit epa.gov.
PSE&G’s on-bill repayment option provides you with the flexibility and convenience of being able to pay for higher-priced home energy efficiency upgrades over a period of time. With this option, you will see repayment installments of equal amounts on your monthly bill.
We offer on-bill repayment as an option for our HVAC Instant Rebate Program and our Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® Program customers. For each of these programs, the participating contractor you select can help you determine what specific equipment and installation costs are eligible for on-bill repayment.
Additionally, if you participate in a Quick Home Energy Check-up, you may choose to have a smart thermostat professionally installed for a discounted price, and the cost will be added to your monthly PSE&G bill as part of our interest-free on-bill repayment option.
First, discuss on-bill repayment with your participating contractor. If you are eligible, your contractor will then apply for on-bill repayment approval on your behalf prior to starting your project. To qualify for on-bill repayment, you must have 12 months of continuous, on-time payment history with PSE&G.
If you have not yet been a PSE&G customer for 12 months, you still may be eligible for on-bill repayment. Ask your previous gas or electric utility to provide you with a letter of credit for service within the past 24 months, confirming that your account had 12 months of continuous, on-time payment.
PSE&G will notify your contractor of either an approval or a denial. If you are denied for on-bill repayment, PSE&G will send you an email notifying you of the reason(s) why. We will not communicate the reasons for denial to your contractor.
Yes. If we initially deny you for on-bill repayment, you may reapply after 60 days.
Yes. We do have an appeal process and will review the account if there is additional information to be considered.
Once we approve you for on-bill repayment, we will notify your participating contractor, and they will enroll you. All payment agreements are between PSE&G and the eligible customer. Please note that the PSE&G account holder at the property where the work is performed must be the customer who signs the agreement.
All on-bill repayment options are interest-free (0%).
For our HVAC Instant Rebate Program, customers may select an on-bill repayment term of 84 months (7 years) for project costs less than or equal to $15,000, or a term of 120 months (10 years) if you meet the low or moderate household income requirements.
The Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Program offers an on-bill repayment term of 84 months (7 years) for project costs less than or equal to $10,000, or a term of 120 months (10 years) for project costs between $10,001 and $15,000.
Yes, you may enroll in on-bill repayment multiple times across different projects and/or programs. However, the maximum amount of credit per account is $15,000.
Yes, you may enroll in on-bill repayment with each of your PSE&G accounts. Please note that you will be subject to a maximum outstanding balance of $15,000 per account.
No, PSE&G does not perform a credit check or contact any credit bureau for additional information in order to gauge a customer’s eligibility for on-bill repayment.
If your account is closed for any reason, the unpaid balance is due and payable to PSE&G immediately.
A Quick Home Energy Check-up is designed to help you better understand your energy usage so you can take steps to make your home more comfortable and energy efficient.
The assessment is fast and easy. An energy adviser, certified by the Building Performance Institute (BPI), will perform a visual evaluation of your home's insulation levels (including the windows and doors), heating and cooling systems, lighting, and appliances. Afterward, you will receive a report containing the results of the walk-through, which may also include specific actions you can take to make your home more energy efficient and recommendations for other PSE&G offers that are right for your home.
Our goal is to provide you with recommendations that will best improve the energy efficiency of your home and reduce your energy use. During your Quick Home Energy Check-up, your energy adviser may:
The Quick Home Energy Check-up is a great way to get started improving the energy efficiency of your home; it also can help you decide if the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR program is right for you. During your check-up, the adviser will let you know if investing in additional measures like insulation and air sealing would be beneficial to you and your house. If so, the PSE&G Home Performance with ENERGY STAR program offers rebates of up to $5,000 for deep retrofit improvements of your home.
Request an appointment with one of our certified contractors online or call 1-855-846-2895 for assistance. Only the certified contractors on this list are authorized to perform Quick Home Energy Check-ups on behalf of PSE&G
To better serve you, all PSE&G energy advisers have implemented health and safety protocols that meet or exceed public health guidelines. These protocols keep technicians safe and can help protect you and your family. They include a minimum of six feet of social distancing, the use of face masks, technician wellness screenings, hand sanitizing, and the sanitizing of equipment and electronics before and between service calls. Your energy adviser also may ask screening questions when scheduling your energy assessment or home improvement project. When scheduling your assessment, ask your energy adviser about other specific health and safety questions or concerns you may have.