Groton Utilities offers springtime rebate promotions for electric products
Groton — Groton Utilities has announced springtime rebate promotions for electric vehicles, HVAC mini-splits and hybrid heat pump hot water heaters.
“A number of electric products are much more energy efficient and climate friendly than their traditional counterparts and Groton Utilities’ goal is to help ease the financial burden of equipment acquisition,” the news release states. More information is available at grotonutilities.com.
Groton Utilities has announced the following special promotions for electric vehicles:
• All electric purchase: promotion of $4,000
• All electric lease: promotion of $2,000
• Plugin Hybrid vehicle purchase: promotion of $2,000
GU has announced the following promotion for HVAC mini-splits: full cost of compressor equipment (installation not included) up to a maximum of $5,000 per compressor. "Mini-splits are heating and cooling systems that allow you to control temperatures in individual rooms through use of an external compressor," the release states. "Groton Utilities residential HVAC Mini-Splits rebate program provides cash incentives for new or replacement energy efficient mini-split HVAC systems that meet high efficiency standards."
GU announced the following promotion for hybrid heat pump hot water heaters: full cost of the equipment (installation not included) up to a maximum of $2,500. “The U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) calculates that a family of four will spend $330 less on hot water every year by switching to a Heat Pump Hot Water Heater from a conventional electric unit," the release states.
Residential electric customers of Groton Utilities and Bozrah Light & Power are eligible. Complete eligibility requirements are available at bit.ly/gurcecc.
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