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Energy Rebates

City of Flagstaff Energy Rebate Program

Program Update:

Energy rebates are no longer available for energy upgrade work completed during this fiscal year (July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017). The Energy Rebate Program has limited annual funding, and rebates are available to City of Flagstaff residents on a first-come, first-served basis. Due to high program participation, funding for energy rebates have been exhausted.


Energy rebates will be available again beginning July 1, 2017:
  • Energy upgrades completed between April 2017 and June 30, 2017 will be eligible for energy rebates in the next fiscal year (beginning July 1, 2017). Energy rebate applications submitted before July 1 will be held for processing until after July 1st.
  • Energy upgrade work completed after July 1st will be eligible for energy rebates in the July 2017 - June 2018 fiscal year, as usual, until rebate funds are depleted.


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Here's how you can receive an energy
rebate through the City of Flagstaff:                  

Step 1: 
$99 APS energy audit must be completed by a regional 
BPI certified contractor in order to receive rebates. 

  • Click here to view the quick guide to regional contractors.
  • More contractors can be found on the APS and UniSource 
       websites.


Step 2: 
Follow up with a contractor on possible repairs and 
complete the energy upgrade work.

  • Click here to view requirements for each type of energy upgrade 
       (qualifying water heaters, furnaces, etc).


Step 3: 
Fill out the rebate application and bring the application, audit and completed work invoices to the Sustainability Program office (101 W. Cherry Ave), mail it to: City of Flagstaff Energy Rebate Program, 211 W. Aspen Ave, Flagstaff AZ 86001, or email to

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Energy audit required. Must complete work within 2 years from audit
  • Home must be in Flagstaff city limits
  • Click here to view the Energy Rebate Program FAQ


For a list of other rebates and incentives available in our region, click
here. 





[The Utilities Division also offers rebates on low flow toilets, turf reduction, and rain water harvesting.  Click here to learn more.]