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Effective May 1, Alliant Energy’s natural gas customers are now served by Minnesota Energy Resources. Customers have been transitioned to Minnesota Energy Resources’ programs and service terms.

Alliant Energy is no longer offering natural gas rebates to Minnesota customers, but customers who have made energy-efficiency purchases between January 1 and April 30, 2015 are still eligible to apply for a rebate through Minnesota Energy Resources. Customers must apply for these rebates by July 1, 2015 and can contact Minnesota Energy Resources’ customer service center for requirements.

  • Minnesota Energy Resources will accept Alliant Energy natural gas energy-efficiency rebate claim forms for 60 days post-sale.
  • If customers have purchased natural gas energy-efficiency equipment between January 1 and April 30, 2015 that is eligible for Alliant Energy’s rebate program, customers can use Alliant Energy rebate claim forms to apply for the rebate through Minnesota Energy Resources. Rebate applications are due by July 1, 2015 and can be mailed directly to: Minnesota Energy Resources, 1377 Motor Parkway, Suite 401, Islandia, NY 11749.
  • Natural gas energy efficiency-equipment purchased on May 1, 2015 and later is subject to Minnesota Energy Resources’ energy-efficiency rebate program qualifications.

Customers will be receiving additional information through direct mail from Minnesota Energy Resources regarding their programs and services. You can also contact Minnesota Energy Resources’ customer service representatives at 1-800-889-9508 with questions.

Alliant Energy’s sale of its Minnesota electric distribution business is still pending. The sale is expected to close in the third quarter of 2015. You can continue to apply for electric rebates with Alliant Energy up until our last day of providing you with service.

More information can be found at alliantenergy.com/minnesota.

Download the 2015 Minnesota residential rebates reference guide

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Appliance RecyclingAppliance Recycling
Recycle your old working refrigerator, freezer or room air conditioner and get up to $50 on the spot from Alliant Energy. We’ll do all the heavy lifting!


Think how often you use that clothes washer. Like every day. So shop smart – make sure you buy an energy-efficient one that won’t take you to the cleaners.

HeatingHeating, Cooling and Water Heating
Replacing your old heating and cooling system can cut your annual energy bill by nearly $200 (source: ENERGY STAR®). Sounds like an A in economics to us.

AssessmentHome Energy Assessment
Kick-start your monthly energy savings with a Home Energy Assessment. It’s worth up to $400, but free to all eligible Alliant Energy customers. Upgrade your assessment for $75 and you’ll get an infrared scan of your home’s interior, further pinpointing energy wasters.

InsulationInsulation and Home Sealing
Dollar for dollar, nothing packs an energy-efficiency punch like insulation and home sealing. And whether it’s in the attic, foundation or walls, we have yet to find a home that couldn’t use a little more here or there. Take advantage of our great rebates and snug up your home today.

The humble light bulb. The right one can help you save more than $65 on electricity costs (source: ENERGY STAR). So go ahead. Have your own light bulb moment. Replace five of your most-used bulbs with energy-efficient CFLs or LEDs today and watch that electric bill ease on down.

ConstructionNew Home Construction
For every dollar you spend on energy-efficient upgrades, you increase the value of your home by up to $25. Saving energy never looked so good.

Older homes sure are charming. Sky-high heating and cooling bills – not so much. Rekindle the romance with new, energy-efficient windows.

Finance IconLow-Interest Financing
We all want to make energy-efficient upgrades and see our energy bills go down. But as we all know, it can be hard to pull together the money to save all that money. Thankfully, there is Low-Interest Financing.

AssessmentTerms and Conditions
Please read the terms and conditions before completing any rebate claim form.