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Residential Rebatesarrows

Note: MidAmerican Energy is seeking approval from the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission to fund natural gas furnace and ground-source heat pump rebates in 2015. We will seek approval for this equipment to be eligible for rebates in our annual plan update filing submitted to the commission during first quarter 2015. Until approval is received, MidAmerican Energy will no longer offer residential rebates for natural gas furnaces or ground-source heat pumps in its South Dakota service territory. Since funding for the 2014 South Dakota Residential Equipment natural gas program has been depleted, MidAmerican Energy also is seeking approval from the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission to pay 2014 Residential Equipment natural gas rebates for applications received after Dec. 31, 2014. Updates will be provided once MidAmerican Energy learns the outcome of these requests.

If you have questions about the program, call 800-894-9599.

MidAmerican Energy's EnergyAdvantage® Residential Equipment program makes it easier to afford new qualifying heating and cooling equipment. The installation of new equipment can save money on energy bills and make homes more comfortable. MidAmerican Energy customers in South Dakota may qualify for rebates for newly installed energy-efficient:
  • Air-source heat pumps
  • Central and window air conditioners
  • Programmable thermostats
  • Washing machines (all-electric customers only; MidAmerican Energy must provide both electric dryer heat and electric water heat)
Program Brochures
Read our residential equipment brochure to learn more about eligible equipment types. If you're planning a purchase of or have recently purchased qualifying equipment, print and complete our rebate application.

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Call our representatives at 800-894-9599 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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