By working directly with various manufacturers and government agencies, UNYEA is able to help facilitate rebate program participation for UNYEA Oilheat dealers and their customers. To take full advantage of these programs, please get started by downloading the rebate applications on this page.
UNYEA dealers are participants of the Upgrade & Save – Upstate New York Rebate Program, where homeowners can earn up to $750 for replacing old heating equipment with newer, high-efficiency, modern equipment.
If you’re a home builder looking to equip your latest development with the most technologically advanced, energy-efficient and affordable amenities, you need look no further than UNYEA.
Advancements in Oilheat technology have made the fuel 95 percent cleaner than it was 30 years ago; ENERGY STAR® rated Oilheat systems promote smart and energy-efficient year-round comfort, while renewable blends like ultra-low sulfur heating oil (ULSHO) and Bioheat® fuel help reduce the home’s environmental footprint.
Last but certainly not least, Oilheat burns so cleanly that there are no federal regulations attached to its use. That means less red tape for you and future homeowners to get through in order to enjoy the comforts of their new home.
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Because a strategic approach to energy management can produce twice the savings — for the bottom line and the environment — EPA's ENERGY STAR® partnership offers a proven energy management strategy that helps in measuring current energy performance, setting goals, tracking savings, and rewarding improvements.
EPA provides an innovative energy performance rating system, which businesses have already used for more than 35,000 buildings across the country. EPA also recognizes top performing buildings with the ENERGY STAR® certification. More than 22,000 facilities proudly carry it.
When you see the ENERGY STAR® label on a product, you know that it meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy (DOE).
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