The WARMAdvantage Program provides rebates for high efficiency home heating systems and/or water heaters. To be eligible you must purchase, install and operate a heating system and/or water heater that meets all applicable efficiency requirements.
|Please allow up to 120 days to receive a rebate.|
Hurricane Sandy Relief
New Jersey's Clean Energy Program has enhanced incentives for residents recovering from Hurricane Sandy. Please use the Rebate Quick Links above for full information available on each type of equipment.
Replacing gas heating equipment (e.g., furnaces or boilers) without replacing a water heater that is either direct vented or power-vented is potentially dangerous. Be aware of the risks and make sure your equipment is properly tested. Learn more.
Note: Program changes go into effect November 1, 2014.
Funding available for oil, propane, and municipal electric customers
- Call Us.
Call 866-NJSMART to learn how to reduce your energy bill and receive rebates for choosing energy efficient equipment.
- Get the Most for your Money.
Select a properly trained contractor certified by North American Technician Excellence (NATE), Building Performance Institute (BPI), National Oil Heat Research Alliance (NORA), HVAC Excellence and/or International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA). It's not just the quality of the equipment installed, it's also the quality of the installation. It takes good training and advanced technology to properly install today's high efficiency equipment.
- Don't Heat the Outdoors.
Before putting in a new boiler, furnace, or water heater, schedule a Home Performance assessment to find out where energy is being wasted. If your home does not have enough insulation, or leaks too much air, even the most efficient unit will waste energy.
HVAC Contractor Portal
A contractor portal has been developed to provide New Jersey's Clean Energy Program participating HVAC contractors with access to cooperative advertising guidelines and program logos.