Variable Speed Pool Pump Rebate Center

Variable Speed Pool Pump Rebate Center

Did you know that your pool pump can earn you extra money in your pockets? That’s right. Depending on your state, local power companies are offering rebates to pool owners who are choosing equipment that leaves a smaller footprint on our environment. Think of this article as your variable speed pool pump rebate center.

Local power companies offer rebates to variable speed pumps that are Energy Star Certified. In short, that simply means the pool pump meets the strict energy performance standards set by the EPA. In fact, these pumps are guaranteed to use less energy, are cheaper to operate, and emit fewer greenhouse gas into the atmosphere.

If you currently have a variable speed pump but aren’t reaping the benefits, check the list below. We have a list of utility companies, by state, who offer rebates for purchasing energy efficient pool equipment like variable speed pumps. Rebate amounts, program due dates. and eligibility requirements vary by the utility company. Please visit the specific utility website for specific program details.

Utility Companies With Rebates


Tucson Electric Power (TEP)


UniSource Energy Source


Entergy Arkansas

AEP-SWEPCO Arkansas 


Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)

Anaheim Public Utilities

Glendale Water & Power

Roseville Electric

Lost Angeles Department of Water and Power

City of Pasadena Pump Rebate Program

City of Riverside Public Utilities Pump Rebate Program

Southern California Edison (SCE)

City of Burbank


City of Tallahassee

Gulf Power

Lakeland Electric


Hawaii Energy






Duke Energy 



Entergy Gulf States Louisiana


Potomac Edison

Delmarva Power



Baltimore Gas & Electric (BGE)


Efficiency United (13 Different Utilities)

Lansing Board of Water & Light


City of St. Louis PACE Financing

Ameren Missouri Residential Electric 


Mississippi Power Com


Connexus Energy


NV Energy

New Mexico


New York

PSEG (Formally known as Long Island Power Authority)

North Carolina

Duke Energy

South River EMC


Duke Energy

Efficiency Smart


Pacific Power

Portland General Electric


PECO Electric Utilities

PenElec/ PennPower/ West PennPower (First Energy)

PPL Electric 

Rhode Island

National Grid Pool Pump Rebate Program

South Carolina

Duke Energy


Austin Energy


CPS Energy (San Antonio)



Rocky Mountain Power


Efficiency Vermont

If you do not see your local utility company on this list, give them a call. Sometimes, without advertising, they may still offer rebates or special pricing. If your local company is offering rebates and it’s not on this list, let us know. We’d love to add it to this list.

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