This incentive is for the installation of a high-efficiency condensing furnace with an annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) of 95% or higher in commercial buildings. High-efficiency gas furnaces achieve savings through the utilization of a sealed, super insulated combustion chamber, more efficient burners and multiple heat exchangers that remove a significant portion of the waste heat from the flue gases.
To qualify for this incentive, the condensing furnace must be natural gas-fired, have an AFUE of at least 95% and be installed in a commercial building. The furnace must be a stand-alone furnace and not part of heating systems with rooftop units or make-up air heaters.
CONDENSING FURNACE INCENTIVES
for Commercial/Industrial new construction and existing buildings
Service Provider Incentive
- Indoor stand-alone with an AFUE ≥ 95%
- Not part of a heating system with rooftop units or make-up air units
- Residential installations, including in-suite, are not eligible
- Purchased and rented units are eligible
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Apply for Equipment Incentives
The process is easy. Simply complete the online application. After you submit it, a Union Gas Account Manager will contact you within 5 business days to review your application and discuss next steps.
More Information About Condensing Furnaces
A condensing gas furnace provides the highest level of AFUE savings.
How a Condensing Furnace Works
High-efficiency condensing gas furnaces achieve savings through the utilization of a sealed, super insulated combustion chamber, more efficient burners and multiple heat exchangers that remove a significant portion of the waste heat from the flue gases. Escaping flue gases are condensed, releasing heat that can be captured and used. The remaining liquid is then drained.
- The highest level of furnace efficiency
- Reduction in natural gas usage
- Improved comfort
- Energy and cost savings
Furnaces are categorized by input capacity and are performance-rated by their thermal efficiency. There is no specific rating or label for commercial furnaces. Union Gas offers an incentive for the installation of condensing furnaces in commercial buildings for commercial use.