Last call for 2020 rebates

You can still make energy-efficient upgrades to your home and receive up to double the rebate through December 31, 2020. 

Get rebates for home improvements including learning thermostats (up to $200), advanced power strips (up to $40), gas furnaces (up to $360) and more.*

Visit alliantenergy.com/rebates for qualifications and details. 

The 2020 rebate submission deadline is January 31, 2021. 

If you installed qualified energy-efficient equipment between January 1, 2020, and December 31, 2020, make sure to submit your documentation by January 31, 2021, to receive a rebate. If you installed equipment after July 1, 2020, you may be eligible to receive up to double the rebate.

Rebate submission details:

  • Qualified equipment must have been installed between January 1, 2020, and December 31, 2020. 
  • All paperwork, invoices and supporting documentation must be submitted by January 31, 2021, to qualify. 
  • Rebate forms submitted after January 31, 2021, will not be accepted.

Contact the Alliant Energy Rebate Hotline at 1-866-255-4268, option 2, with questions.

*Increased rebate amounts apply to qualified equipment installed after July 1, 2020. Must be an Alliant Energy residential customer in Iowa who receives electric and/or gas service. Check rebate form for qualification details.

Energy For Good

This was quite the year! See how employees and the Alliant Energy Foundation brought #EnergyforGood to life in the year of surprises. 

March – May
  • COVID-19 response. We focused on our communities – supporting statewide food banks, Community Action Agencies, United Ways and other partners with a total of $343,000. We funded 3D printing of protective face shields for healthcare workers and added $2 million to our Hometown Care Energy Fund. Employees hosted an online diaper drive, collecting 41,000 diapers for local families. 
  • Nature saves sanity. Over the years, we’ve invested hundreds of thousands of dollars into the great outdoors in communities across Iowa and Wisconsin. This spring, those projects became quarantine MVPs! The trails and bike routes we’ve supported became a lifeline for people to get out of the house safely. 
May – June 
  • Responding to racial injustice. George Floyd’s story sparked conversations, including discussion across our company. Hundreds of employees engaged in thoughtful listening sessions hosted by our Multicultural Alliance. We formed a new Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Leadership Team. And we’re taking an even closer look at how our charitable giving can lift underserved groups.
August 
  • Midwest derecho. On August 10, a “land hurricane” pummeled parts of Iowa and southern Wisconsin – cutting power to more than 256,000 homes. We quickly worked with our food bank partners to secure food items to distribute to Iowa neighborhoods. 
  • We launched Project ReConnect to assist vulnerable Iowa customers who needed electrical repairs to their homes before reconnecting power. Now, we’re helping fund repairs to get homes ready for winter. Project Reconnect was a full-team effort, with employees, retirees, board of directors and Alliant Energy Foundation working together to raise $315,000. 
September – December 
  • Employee giving campaign. Every year, hundreds of our employees set up payroll deduction gifts to the local charities of their choice. Our Alliant Energy Foundation matches these gifts for double the impact. In this year’s campaign, our employees and retirees pledged $1.6 million to 386 nonprofit organizations for 2021. 

Interested to learn more about the Alliant Energy Foundation or see how we can partner with your community? Visit alliantenergy.com/foundation.