Nicor 2022 Energy Rebates – New Products, New Programs

For 2022, Nicor has not only updated their rebates, they have expanded their program to include new types of equipment and updated the requirements for qualifying as a multifamily unit.

2022 Residential Rebates

The most exciting update for residential rebates is in the form of new equipment categories, and they’re products that Able customers will know and love: combination boilers and tankless water heaters.

Combi Boilers – $500

Requirements

  • 299,000 BTU and below
  • 95%+ AFUE Rating
  • Modulating Firing
  • Outdoor Reset Control

Qualifying Able Units

  • TRX110C
  • TRX150C
  • TRX199C

Tankless Water Heaters – $150

Requirements

  • 75,000+ BTU
  • 0.97+ UEF Rating
  • Energy Star Qualified

Qualifying Able Units

  • RU160iN
  • RU199iN
  • RUR199iN
  • CU199iN

It’s not all new categories, though. Below is a quick rundown of all of the fantastic existing rebates available from Nicor.

Furnace

$200 – 95%+ AFUE Rating
$225 – 97%+ AFUE Rating

On April 1st, the 95% rebate goes down to $150, so if you have anyone on the fence about upgrading before next year, now is the time to push.

Boiler

$350 – 95%+ AFUE Rating

Smart Thermostat

$25 – All Energy Star qualified models

Qualifying Products

  • ecobee
    • ecobee3
    • ecobee4
    • ecobee5 (SmartThermostat Pro)
  • Honeywell Home
    • TH6220WF*
    • TH6320WF2*
    • TH8320R*
    • TH8321R*
    • TH8321WF*

Additional Services

  • Air Sealing – $225
  • Duct Sealing – $400
  • Attic Insulation – $200
  • Wall Insulation – $100 to $250

2022 Commercial Rebates

Residential rebates aren’t the only ones getting some love this year, Nicor has also updated some things on the commercial side.

Multi-family units are now defined as buildings with three or more units. This opens these buildings up to a bevy of upgraded options and exclusive rebates.

Hydronic Systems

  • Boilers – Scaling rebates from $400 to $7,500 depending on efficiency and capacity. Includes options for 85%+ and 90%+.
  • Radiator Replacement – $60/unit
  • Add-On Outdoor Reset Control – $1.25 per 1,000 BTU
  • Boiler Tune-Up – $0.50 per 1,000 BTU – Must follow Nicor’s Official Checklist

Forced Air

  • Furnaces – $300 (92%+) to $400 (95%+)  on furnaces above 225,000 BTU

All Buildings

  • Programmable Thermostat – $25, must be installed on 300,000+ BTU equipment
  • Storage Water Heater
    • $50 for sub-75,000 BTU units with an EF above 0.67 and a capacity below 55 gallons
    • $100 for 75,000+ BTU units with a TE above 88%
  • Pipe Insulation – $2 to $4 per linear foot depending on insulation size or R-value
  • DHW Reset Control – $600, multi-family only, requires recirc pump
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