Rebates, Products & Forms

Rebates Available to Members

To qualify for rebates, equipment must be installed in a permanent residence. If mobile home, it must have a concrete or block foundation and be located on property owned by member. Once equipment installation is completed, contact the cooperative. After an inspection of the installation and required paper work is completed, a rebate check will be issued. Member must provide a copy of purchase receipt with date of purchase. (Click on links below to print rebate forms)

(Link for Energy Star Tax Credits Page)

(Contact MREC about rebates)

Water Heaters

Tankless water heaters are not eligible for rebate, must be electric tank storage type, 40 gallon or larger, and have a minimum insulation rating of R-11. If heater is dual element type, top and bottom elements must be electrically interlocked to prevent elements from being energized at the same time. For replacement water heaters, rebate will apply for a new high efficiency unit with a minimum energy factor of .9.

$200 - New and replacement electric water heaters purchased after January 1, 2017.

$235 - Replacement of gas water heater with electric purchased after January 1, 2017.

A proof of purchase receipt with serial number must accompany Rebate Form.

(Water Heater Rebate Form)

Ground Source Heat Pumps

$250 per ton – Equipment must meet the Energy Star + 2 rating of 19.1 EER and minimum insulation rating of R38 in attic and R13 in walls.  All units must be sized using a Delta T of 80 for Manual J and Manual J must be submitted with application.

Additional $500 per ton - Qualifying homes can get an additional rebate of $500 per ton, for a total rebate of $750 per ton.

New geothermal installations qualify.

Replacement units will qualify if the ground loops are replaced and the new unit has an efficiency increase of 3 EER over the old unit.

Replacement units (without replacement loops) - The total rebate will be $150 per ton for replacement of unit that is less than 10 years old and $400 per ton for replacement of unit that is over 10 years old.  New units efficiency must increase 3 EER over old unit.

Electric backup heat will be allowed for all installation as long as it is seperated from unit by its own breaker or two stage thermostat.

Heat pumps may be purchased from any dealer. Dealers or distributors of heat pumps are not eligible for geothermal rebates.

Rebates are limited to 10 tons for residential members and 50 tons for commercials. Contact the office for information on rebates that are over these limits.

One rebate allowed per metered facility.

(Energy Star Ground Source Rebate Form)

Dual Fuel Air Source and Mini-Split Heat Pumps

$150 per ton - Rebates will be available on new construction and replacement of resistance or gas heating units. Unit must use fuel oil, natural gas or propane for backup heating, with the cut in point for backup heat to be 30 degrees or manufacturer suggested temperature and have a minimum SEER rating of 16.5.  

Mini-split heat pumps will be rebated at $150 per ton but cannot use electric resistance heat for back up heating.

Home must have a minimum of R38 insulation installed in ceiling (Missouri Rural Electric recommends R45) and R13 in walls.

Rebates are limited to 10 tons for residential members and 50 tons for commercials. 

Limit one rebate per metered facility.

(Energy Star Dual Fuel Air Source Rebate Form)

Energy Star Room A/C unit

The rebate is to encourage residential members to purchase qualifying Energy Star rated equipment.

Limit 1 rebate per address.

$50 - Energy Star rated room air conditioning unit.

(Energy Star room A/C Rebate Form)

Products Available

Surge Protection Program

Missouri Rural Electric offers its members a line of protection products for lightning, and power surges. These surges can damage the appliances and electronic equipment our members depend on for comfort and convenience

Surges can be caused by a variety of events such as lightning, cars colliding with utility poles, tree limbs falling on electric lines, construction work and even disturbances transmitted through telephone and cable lines. These surges can create a number of problems that are often tough to diagnose and expensive to repair. It pays to plan ahead and be prepared for these disturbances. For the program to work, the circuits containing surge protection must have a three-wire grounded circuit as well as meet all local and national electrical code requirements.

Our surge protection equipment comes from Sycom Surge Inc. Each surge protector comes with a warranty for the product as well as a warranty protecting the attached appliances. Sycom offers a wide variety of plug-in surge suppressors to protect service panels, computers, TVs, satellite equipment, telephones, etc. Stop by the office to check out the display of these devices as well as the member’s current price or click on the link above to view Sycom products and warranty information.

What is a surge?

What causes a surge?

How do surge protectors work?

Meco Deluxe Electric Cart Grills

Beautiful Wooden Side Tables and Cart Shelf

Six Barbeque Tool Hooks

Sturdy Cart with Large Easy-Rolling Wheels

Satin-Black durable, high-temperature finish with bright BBQ-Red accents

1,500-watts of grilling power

200 sq. inches of usable cooking surface

Dual-zone Grid Adjustments: 1: Even Temperature, 2: Hot-Zone, Warm-Zone

Includes 22" Electric Rotisserie

High-temp Glass Food Viewing Window

Safe UL and CUL listed heating element

Precision Temperature Control with Variable thermostat controller

ACH Form

Click to download form

For more information about our products and services contact Doug Krigbaum, Member Services Advisor - 573-769-2104.