Save money on an efficient home. Get rebates to do it.

MTE and TVA have partnered to provide home rebates to you through qualifying home energy efficiency upgrades. This program is designed to help you reduce energy consumption by improving your home’s efficiency, save money on installation costs, and make you more comfortable. 

Home Energy Rebates Benefits


  • Get money back on your efficiency upgrades.
  • Lower your monthly energy bill.
  • Replace old systems that are costing you money by driving your energy bill up.
  • Enjoy better indoor air quality and increased comfort following certain upgrades.
  • Reduce your carbon footprint. 
  • Offset the cost of unplanned or emergency repairs or replacements. 
  • Upgrade to products with higher energy efficiency ratings.


How It Works
  • Step 1: Identify the home improvement you want.
    We recommend starting with a free Home Energy Checkup. MTE’s local energy service coordinator can help you determine which upgrades might qualify and give you recommendations to improve your home’s energy efficiency and your energy habits.
  • Step 2: Choose a contractor.
    To qualify for an MTE and TVA EnergyRight Home Rebate, you must use a qualified contractor from the Quality Contractor Network. These professionals are approved to help members with their home upgrades. We recommend getting estimates from 3 contractors to ensure you find one that meets your needs and confidence level. 

    Learn more about the Quality Contractor network.
  • Step 3: Complete the project
    Once your home improvement project is complete, your contractor will have 30 days to enter the job in TVA’s Residential Hub. 
  • Step 4: Claim your Home Rebates
    Once your contractor submits your job, you will receive an email with instructions on how to claim the rebate. You have 90 days to complete the rebate claim process. Once the claim process is complete, the rebate will be paid directly to you. Typically, you’ll see a check in your mailbox 4-6 weeks after you’ve completed the claim process. 
  • Step 5: Schedule a home rebate inspectionAfter your job is complete, an MTE energy services coordinator can come to your home to perform a home rebate inspection. These inspections vary based on the measures installed; however, the inspection allows for an Energy Pro to ensure you’re optimizing your energy efficiency and cost savings. 

TVA EnergyRight Home Energy Rebates

Save money on an efficient home and get rebates to do it.

This program is designed to help you reduce your energy consumption by improving your home’s efficiency, save money on installation costs, and make you more comfortable.

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Get money toward your newly built home.

This program offers a suite of new HVAC and water-heating equipment incentives for home builders. Rebates are available for all-electric homes, as well as homes that have gas HVAC systems.

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$50 bill credit toward installation of residential EV Charger

EV owners can get a credit on their next bill when they install a Level 2 EV charger in their homes. It’s one small way we’re helping members adopt a new generation of transportation.

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Replace or upgrade your home's heating unit with special member financing

The heating and cooling (HVAC) unit is by far the largest energy user in most homes. Choosing a heating and air conditioning unit for your home will have a budget impact for years to come, not only in initial investment and maintenance but monthly energy costs.

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Qualified members can receive help with energy efficiency upgrades.

MTE and TVA are partnering to support the Home Uplift program, which funds home energy upgrades and strives to increase energy efficiency and home weatherization for low-income households.

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  1. Must be installed by an approved QCN member and meet TVA Standards effective on installation date. Must be installed by an approved QCN member and meet TVA Standards effective on the installation date. All measures, except Window Replacement and Central Air Conditioners, are eligible for program financing.
  2. Must replace existing unit(s).
  3. Must be for existing or replacement HVAC system.                                    
  4. Must replace existing primary electric heat source or be installed in a newly finished area of the home (e.g., bonus room, addition, sunroom).
  5. Defined as a minimum 15.2 SEER2 and 8.1 HSPF2 or higher all-electric heat pump, with a variable speed compressor, excluding two-stage compressors. System produces 100% of rated heating capacity without backup heat at 17 degrees F, cooling capacity cannot exceed 125% of cooling load at design conditions and is installed by a manufacturer certified installer. QCN must provide Manual J 8th edition with project submission and upload in the Residential Hub.
  6. One HVAC tune-up per system per year, electric system only.

Energy Service Coordinators

We want to be your trusted advisor, continually offering tips and advice on how to get the most out of your electricity while also saving some money. Your local energy service coordinators are here to help. From webinars to in-home energy evaluations, they're here to help you reduce your energy usage.

Rutherford & Cannon
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David Willhite


Murfreesboro City

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Katie McKee



Mark Kendrick


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Phillip Price