Energy Efficiency Programs & Rebates

Energy Efficiency Rebate Policy:

Green Cove Springs Electric Utility offers conditional rebates to qualifying customers as an incentive to install qualifying ENERGY STAR® equipment and/or appliances (referred to in this Policy as “Qualifying Energy Efficient Equipment”). Customers benefit from Qualifying Equipment through utility bill savings and sound environmental stewardship. Utility benefits by reducing its peak demand and reliance on power production from fossil fuels.                       

The following provides the equipment and appliances that qualify for a rebate, the rebate amount, and the limit on the number of rebates per customer:

ENERGY STAR® Refrigerator

Rebate Amount: $75

Limit one per customer account

ENERGY STAR® Air Conditioner/Heat Pump

Rebate Amount: $350

Limit one per customer account

ENERGY STAR® Dishwasher

Rebate Amount:  $75

Limit one per customer account

ENERGY STAR® Programmable Thermostat

Rebate Amount: $25

Limit two per customer account

ENERGY STAR® Clothes Washer

Rebate Amount: $100

Limit one per customer account


Rebate Amount: Maximum $300

Limit one per customer account


Rebate Amount: $300

Limit one per customer     


                                     Rebate Amount: Up to $200                                  

Limit one per customer

To request an energy rebate, please submit:

  1. Energy Rebate Cover Sheet
  2. Appropriate rebate application
  3. Submission requirements per the rebate application (review Rebate Requirements and Application sections)
    1. Please ensure photos are submitted with the application. Where possible, photos will be used in lieu of on-site inspection to issue the rebate.  

These documents can be mailed to 

City Hall
Rebate Processing
321 Walnut St
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043

or e-mailed to Michael Daniels with the subject as "Rebate Request - ADDRESS.". 

Click the link below to download and print an energy rebate cover sheet:

Energy Rebate Cover Sheet









Please check with Planning and Zoning to see if your upgrade requires a permit. To be eligible you must pull all required permits. 

Hours of Operation
Monday through Thursday
From 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Program Contact:
Electric Admin. Asst.
Phone: 297-7500, Ext. 4229

You can also stop by City Hall to pick up your rebate application(s).

We are located at 321 Walnut Street.

Energy Saving Tips

These tips are designed to help you choose effective ways to reduce your energy bills. Some measures may not be relevant depending on climate, the age of your home, appliances, and past improvements made to your home.

Turn Up Your Thermostat 

Set your thermostat to 78 degrees when you are home and 85 degrees when your are away.  Using ceiling or room fans allows you set the thermostat higher because the air movement will cool the room.  (Save: 1 -3% per degree, for each degree the thermostat is set above 72 degrees)

Use your Appliances Wisely 

Do your laundry efficiently by using warm or cold water setting for washing your clothes.  Always use cold water to rinse clothes. (Save: 4%)
Line dry clothes whenever you can. (Save: up to 5%)
When you need to use the dryer, run full loads, use moisture-sensing setting, and clean the clothes dryer lint trap after each use. (Save: 0.5%)
Conserve energy by running your dishwasher only when it is fully loaded, and turn off the dry cycle and air dry dishes instead. (Save: 1%)

Eliminate Wasted Energy 

Turn off appliances, lights and equipment when not in use. (Save:2%)
Unplug electronic devices and chargers when they are not in use. Most new electronics use electricity even when switched "off."  Turn computers and printers off at the power strip. (Save: 1 - 2%)

Replace Air Conditioner Filters 

Dirty filters restrict airflow and can cause the system to run longer, increasing energy use. Replace filters monthly for maximum benefit.  (Save: 1 - 2%)

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