Kootenai Electric Cooperative (KEC) recognizes that energy conservation is the best way for members to reduce their power bills. Need help deciding where to start? Play the Home Energy Adventuregame, where you learn how energy efficient you are, as well as how you can improve your home’s energy efficiency and save money!
We want to help you manage your electric consumption which is why we offer a variety of rebates and incentives to help you live in an energy efficient home. Check out the general information below about rebate levels. For specific residential rebates details please review the forms below. To fill out the forms on your computer, please download the PDF form first.
- Heat pump water heaters - $400
- Clothes washers - $25
- Clothes dryers - $25
- Heating and Cooling
- Ducted heat pumps - $300-$1,400
- Ductless heat pumps - $900
- Geothermal heat pumps - $800-$3,000
- Windows - $3 per square foot of glass
- Energy Star Manufactured Homes - $1,150
- Electric Vehicle Charger (Level 2 Programmable) - $350
To qualify for rebates, you must be a current KEC member. Other conditions may apply. See rebate forms for details. Complete the form and return to KEC with all required paperwork. Requests must be received within 90 days of purchase. Please allow four weeks for processing. These programs are subject to change without notice. For more information please call 208.765.1200 or email email@example.com.
Windows provide our homes with light, warmth and ventilation. But in our climate when winter sets in windows can have a downside. Placing your hand against a window pane on a chilly fall morning proves the point: If the pane feels cold, it’s a good bet you can reduce energy costs by installing new, energy efficient upgrades. That’s why KEC offers members a rebate for upgrading your windows to energy efficient models.
If you decide you’re in the market for new windows, Energy Star® has established a set of energy performance ratings, tailored to our climate zone, to guide you in selecting windows perfect for your home. These performance ratings are broken into several categories, although the two most important from an energy perspective are U-Factor and Solar Heat Gain Coefficient, which can be found on window stickers or packaging. Visit www.energystar.gov to learn more about your options and savings.