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Less can mean so much more.

The surest way to reduce emissions is to use less energy. And with Fueling Tomorrow Today, we’re incentivizing our customers to do just that. Discover how you can take advantage of our Conservation Incentive Program to improve your own energy efficiency – while saving some serious money in the process – and learn how natural gas is leading our transition to a low-carbon future.

Hybrid Systems: The Best of Both Worlds

Hybrid home heating systems with cooling capabilities use both electricity and natural gas to provide comfort and consistency at a lower cost—and with greater performance—than other options. And if you qualify for a rebate through our Conservation Incentive Program, you could save $1,350 on the installation.

Energy Efficiency Rebate Programs


The Conservation Incentive Program offers residential customers in National Fuel’s Western New York service area a number of rebates when appliances are replaced with energy-efficient models or added to new builds.


All non-residential customers can save money through fixed or customized rebates on select energy-efficient equipment installations, regardless of natural gas consumption.

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Learn the facts about natural gas


Discover why natural gas is able to drive emissions reductions more quickly and comprehensively than any other energy source.


Learn about the unique affordability of natural gas, and the positive economic impact it has on New York State’s residents, businesses and overall economy.


See why an overwhelming majority of families and small businesses across New York State depend on natural gas to maintain health, safety and quality of life.

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Lower Your
Carbon Footprint

While natural gas is already a low-emission energy source, taking a few simple steps to conserve energy can yield even more benefits for our environment.
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Reducing Emissions through Energy Efficiency

Since its inception in 2008, the Conservation Incentive Program has helped more than 150,000 customers upgrade to higher-efficiency appliances, achieving total emissions reductions of approximately 1.2 million tons of CO2e.


254,977 passenger vehicles driven for one year


Nearly 200,000 homes’ total electricity use for one year

20 million

Offsets from nearly 20 million tree seedlings grown for 10 years

Cumulative CIP emissions reductions from calendar years 2008 through 2019.