Natural gas fuel conversion rebate

Switch to eco-friendly natural gas, get up to $3,550 back

If you're a current PSE residential electric customer and live within a natural gas service area, switching your space and water heating to affordable, reliable natural gas could earn you a rebate of up to $3,550.

What you get

The value of your natural gas fuel conversion rebate depends on your current type of space and/or water heating, your current heating equipment and your annual electricity usage:

Current Heating EquipmentWater Heat Only Conversion RebateSpace Heat Only Conversion RebateSpace and Water Heat Conversion Rebate
Electric forced-air space heat Up to $950 Up to $2,000 Up to $2,950
Electric baseboard space heat Up to $950 Up to $2,600 Up to $3,550

If you're a PSE electric customer and convert an electric clothes dryer to a natural gas dryer, you may qualify for additional appliance gas conversion rebates.


To be eligible for PSE's natural gas fuel conversion rebate:

  • You must be a current PSE residential electric customer.
  • You must use electricity as the primary source of your home's space and/or water heating.
  • You may switch from PSE electric to any natural gas provider.
  • For conversions of either space heat only or both space and water heat, you must be pre-approved by PSE before purchasing or installing any equipment. Call an Energy Advisor for pre-approval at 1-800-562-1482, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    Conversions for water heat only do not require pre-approval.
  • You must install ENERGY STAR® qualified natural gas space- and/or water-heating equipment. Fireplaces are not eligible for this rebate.
  • This rebate is only available on new, qualifying equipment.
  • Your rebate amount is limited to 75 percent of your total equipment and installation costs.
  • Your rebate may be subject to 12-month prior electric usage requirements, as determined by PSE.
  • You do not qualify for a space heating conversion rebate if a heat pump is installed in conjunction with natural gas equipment, or if an existing heat pump remains on the premises.