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Rebates, Loans, Tax Exemptions and Weatherization Assistance

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Boiler & Furnace Replacement Rebate Program

The State of CT Office of Policy and Management is providing grants of up to $500 for the replacement oil furnaces and boilers that are 84% efficient or higher. Heating Appliances must be purchased and installed between July 1,2007 and June 30, 2017.


Connecticut Office of Policy and Management




State of Connecticut Sales and Use Tax Exemptions

The State of CT offers a sales tax exemption to all residents for energy efficient products. Energy efficient products include items such as the following:

Insulation, Water heaters, Boilers, Furnaces, Windows, Doors, Caulking, Programmable Thermostats, Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs


Check the states web site for a comprehensive list of tax exempt Items to weatherize your home|43913|

CT Department of Revenue Services (DRS)

(860) 297-5962



State of Connecticut Weatherization Assistance Program

The Weatherization Assistance Program provides low-income individuals help to make their homes more energy efficient and warmer.  Ask your local CRT Office for information on this program.



Connecticut Housing Investment Fund (CHIF)

CHIF provides low interest loans through the Energy Conservation Loan Program (ECL) and the Multifamily Energy Conservation Loan Program (MEL).  These programs provide low interest loans to single and multi-family homeowners for the purchase and installation of energy efficient equipment such as:  


•Replacement Heating Systems •Insulation •Windows •Roofs •Siding


You need to consider this program for any large Energy Efficiency upgrades you are planning, They have a great website here                




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