High-efficiency and low-particulate pellet stoves can be a renewable and cost-effective way to heat your home.
How to Redeem
- Research qualifying pellet stove models
- Visit or contact a participating retailer to purchase a qualified unit
- Discount is applied upon equipment purchase from participating retailer
Replacing an existing stove:
- If replacing a wood stove that was never certified by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), you are eligible for a $1,000 discount from the Renewable Energy Resource Center. (Prior to 1988, wood stoves were not certified by the EPA.) For more information about this funding from the Clean Energy Development Fund (CEDF), visit www.rerc-vt.org
- If replacing an EPA certified stove, you are eligible for a $650 discount, plus an additional $100 if your old unit is removed and disposed of at the time of installation
Adding a new stove:
- New stoves are eligible for a $650 discount
Vermont Electric Coop customers are eligible for a $150 bill credit towards the purchase of a qualifying stove that offsets a fossil fuel heating system.
- Rebates are for new, high-efficiency pellet stoves installed in Vermont
- Qualifying stoves meet <2.0 GPH emissions rating and are >70% efficient
- Efficiency Vermont discount cannot be combined with any other point-of-purchase discounts (including offers from CEDF and Windham & Windsor Housing Trust)
- Installation should be performed by a National Fireplace Institute Pellet Specialist
- Self-installed pellet stoves are not eligible for this offer