Rebates and Incentives

At Kankakee Valley REMC, we want all our members to receive the maximum savings possible. We encourage each member to review the below rebates and incentives to see which they may quality for.

On Bill Credit for Geothermal/Heat Pump Installation

When you replace your heating and cooling system with a geothermal or air source heat pump, KV REMC will give members a $250 bill credit. This credit is in addition to other tax credits or rebates available through the Power Moves program. 

To qualify, you must install a geothermal or a heat pump and send in your paid invoice for the new system. A member of our member services department will contact you to verify the installation. Following the inspection, the credit will appear on your next electric bill.

Direct questions concerning this program to demarks@kvremc.com

 

Power Moves Means Energy Savings

Power Moves is an effort by Wabash Valley Power and its 23 member cooperatives to offer broad energy efficiency programs to communities and cooperative members across Northern Indiana, Central Illinois, and Southern Missouri. Power Moves offers programs for home, school, farm, commercial and industrial facilities that will result in energy savings and provide the education and tools you need to improve efficiency.

To learn more about Power Moves and the efficiency programs offered, visit https://www.powermoves.com.

 

Wi-Fi Thermostat Rebate  

When you enroll in the PowerShift Wi-Fi Thermostat Program* you agree to allow brief, small adjustments to your residential thermostat during peak electric demand.  You'll receive $50 from Kankakee Valley REMC when you enroll and $25 at the end of the summer for participating.  For questions regarding this program, contact Darrell Marks, Energy Services Specialist at demarks@kvremc.com or 219-733-2511
To enroll, visit https://enrollmythermostate.com/powershift/ 

*Not all Wi-Fi thermostats are eligible for participation.

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