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Available Rebates



Increase your savings and your comfort.

In addition to saving money with lower utility bills, Washington Gas also has rebates available to customers in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.

Washington Gas partners with the District of Columbia Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU) to help Washington, D.C. residents save energy and money through energy efficiency programs and rebates. The DCSEU provides rebates to homeowners for the installation of energy-efficient appliances.


1. Eligibility

Check all requirements for your rebate. Your rebate form will list exactly what you need to purchase and have installed to be eligible for a rebate.

Be sure to check for the exact equipment, make, model and serial number before you make your purchase.

Gas equipment must be purchased and installed by a licensed contractor.


2. File

Rebate programs have a specific time period for when you can purchase and submit your rebate application form and proof of purchase.

Virginia application deadline: April 30, 2019
Maryland application deadline: December 30, 2017

Offer valid while funds last.


3. Complete

Complete the information requested on your rebate form.
Don't leave anything blank; all information requested is required to verify your purchase. Print clearly, preferably with black or blue ink, and be sure to sign the application form.


4. Mail

Mail your completed rebate forms and required information to the address provided.

Rebates are processed within six to eight weeks of receipt of a complete rebate application form along with all materials necessary to qualify. If it has been 12 weeks since you mailed your submission and you have not yet received your rebate, please call 877-240-9183.

Note: Rebate applications may be randomly selected for procedure audit. Such audits may extend the payment time referenced above by three to six weeks.

To track your rebate, create an account:

Track my rebates

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