NEW - Furnace Rebate

(Furnaces must be Energy Star & at least 40,000 BTUs)

To Qualify the New Propane Appliance Must be Installed / Purchased Between JUNE 1 – Dec 31, 2024


When you replace an electric, oil, or natural gas furnace with a new Energy Star propane furnace, or installing in a new construction

Furnaces for commercial buildings, barns, garages, pool houses, sheds, etc. are not eligible. Propane furnaces with Heat pumps attached do NOT qualify.

Water Heater Rebate

(Storage or Tankless, Energy Star Water Heaters or Boilers)

To Qualify the New Propane Appliance Must be Installed / Purchased Between January 1 – Dec 31, 2024


When replacing an electric/oil water heater or boiler with a new Energy Star, propane water heater or boiler, or installing in a new construction.

Furnace Rebate

Rebates Open to Michigan Residents

How to Apply:

  1. Install a new Energy Star propane furnace, water heater, or boiler, replacing another fuel (electricity, fuel oil) in 2024.
  2. The installer completes sections 3 & 4 on the application.
  3. Ensure the customer completes sections 1 & 2.
  4. The customer provides proof of purchase of the unit (receipt) and proof of Energy Star.
  5. Installer, customer, or propane supplier can submit a complete application.

Water Heater Rebate

If there is no Energy Star label on your propane water heater or furnace, submit a copy of the unit’s specifications with the AFUE or UEF rating as proof of Energy Star.

Storage Tank Propane Water Heater

  • Less than 55 gallons: 0.64 UEF or greater.
  • More than 55 gallons: 0.78 UEF or greater.

Propane Boilers

  •  90% AFUE or greater.

Tankless/Instantaneous Propane Water Heater

  • 0.87 UEF or greater.


  • 95% AFUE or greater
Construction Incentive Program Logo

Earn an additional $1,500 Per Home

Available Through the National Propane Gas Association Construction Incentive

All Propane Manufacturers Qualify for the Water Heater & Furnace Rebates

Below are a Sample of Manufacturers to Choose From

Water Heater Manufacturers

Box Store Rebate Centers

Michigan Propane

Propane is non-toxic. It doesn’t contaiminate air, soil or groundwater (EPA). Thousands of Michigan homes and businesses run on propane.

Propane is a low-emissions, low-cost fuel used by a variety of public and private fleets. There’s over 33,000 propane vehicles running on Michigan roads.

Propane is easy to use with minimal mess, making outdoor grilling fun. Try the delicious, seasonal recipes  featuring Michigan grown produce.

Propane is popular with food truck cooks and operators because it’s quick and efficient to create short-order masterpieces.

Propane is used in the cannabis industry by growers and processors to extract the oil and terpenes from plants. It doesn’t interfere with the plant’s qualities.

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