Florida Public Utilities

New Commercial
Natural Gas Rebates Are Here!

Commercial customers! Conserve energy, reduce operational costs and earn cash rebates (up to the following amounts) when you include qualifying natural gas equipment.

Available Rebates by Industry

Hospitality & Lodging
Cleaning Service & Laundromat
Large Non-Food Service

Call FPU at 888.220.9356 and see how you can take advantage of new, natural gas commercial rebates today!

Commercial Rebate Details

Industry Category Definitions
Rebate Category Definitions

*Commercial rebate amounts for FPU-Indiantown Division customers may differ from what is displayed. Limit one rebate for each eligible appliance. Maximum rebate of up to $10,000 per account per year for appliances rebated under the New Construction and Retention (Gas to Gas) programs. Appliances will only be rebated under the Retention (Gas to Gas) program when the previous appliance has failed and is not repairable. Leased and used appliances are not eligible to be rebated under this program. Please contact FPU for more complete details regarding rebate categories, industry definitions and other factors that may influence rebate amounts and eligibility. PREQUALIFICATION IS REQUIRED.

Rebate Form

Ready to redeem your natural gas rebate(s)? Please complete the below form, and follow the instructions included, in order to ‘cash-in’.

Commercial Rebate Form

For additional details on redeeming rebates, or to track your rebate, click here.

HVAC Rebates

Save money and conserve energy with the following natural gas commercial units, and get cash rebates up to $50 per ton!

Gas-Fired Heat Pumps & Space Conditioning Systems

  • Provide space heating and cooling in one unit
  • Use up to 80% less energy compared to traditional HVAC systems
  • Save more than 8,000 gallons of water per year

 Natural Gas Desiccant Dehumidifiers

  • Improve indoor air quality and reduce excess moisture
  • Helps eliminate mold, fungus and bacteria
  • Takes a sizeable energy load off the AC
  • Provide greater efficiency than their non-gas counterparts