Wood and pellet stoves are popular heating systems in Maine because they use renewable fuels and can be a cost-effective way to heat your home. Click here to learn more about this technology.
- $500 for installations completed on or after January 1, 2018
- $300 for installations completed before January 1, 2018
- Homeowners of any income
- Outdoor air intake delivers make-up air to or near the stove
- Stove is both on the List of EPA-certified Stoves and has a maximum particulate emissions rate of:
- 3.5 grams/hour for non-catalytic stoves
- 2.5 grams/hour for catalytic stoves
- Single-family home, condominium, or 2-4 unit multifamily building
- Building is principal, year-round residence for occupants, NOT a seasonal, second, or vacation home/rental
- Installed in primary living area, not a garage or outbuilding
- Building has not received Home Energy Savings Program rebates over $5,000 (including this request)
- Located in Maine
- Residential Registered Vendor for Pellet and Wood Stoves
- Upgrades completed within the last:
- 12 months (for upgrades completed on or after January 1, 2018)
- 24 months (for upgrades completed before January 1, 2018)
Energy Loan Eligible?
- Yes. Click here for details.
- Find a Residential Registered Vendor
- Decide on project details
- Arrange for financing (optional)
- Complete the upgrade
- Submit the Rebate Claim Form
- Rebate check will be mailed in 6 weeks
Terms and Conditions
Only one rebate will be paid for any given upgrade. The Registered Vendor must be paid in advance of claiming rebate if the homeowner is the rebate recipient. Efficiency Maine does not warrant the performance of installed equipment. Program is subject to change without notice. Incomplete information may delay or disqualify your rebate.