Lighting

Save on LEDs

Switching your lighting to more energy-efficient options, like light-emitting diode bulbs (LEDs), is one of the easiest ways to save money on your energy bill. And our lighting program helps you save even more with rebates.

  • LEDs use 75% less energy.
  • LEDs last about 20 times longer than incandescent bulbs.

Program eligibility and details

We offer several lighting rebate programs.

Commercial customers may qualify for all rebates through our lighting retrofit or new construction lighting programs. 

Residential customers may qualify for rebates on energy-efficient lighting through the following programs:

  • Hardwired lighting retrofit rebates or new construction lighting rebates when rebate amount will exceed $20.
  • In-store point-of-sale rebates on screw-in lighting. No paperwork to complete. Simply visit one of the retailers below during a promotion to get instant rebates on ENERGY STAR-qualified LEDs.

Find instant rebates in these Minnesota stores

Bemidji

  • Ace on the Lake
  • Dollar Tree
  • Home Depot
  • Menards
  • Restore Habitat
  • Target
  • Walmart

Crookston

  • Doda Hardware Hank
  • Walmart

Fergus Falls

  • Dollar Tree
  • Fergus Home and Hardware
  • Home Depot
  • Walmart

Minneota

  • Gislason Ace Hardware
  • Minneota Building Materials

Morris

  • Eul's Hardware Hank

Perham

  • Marks Fleet Supply True Value

Others

  • Ashby Hardware Hank (Ashby)
  • Al's Mercantile (Dawson)
  • Fertile Hardware Hank (Fertile)
  • Hendricks Trustworthy Hardware (Hendricks)
  • Lamecker's General Store (Kerkhoven)
  • Coop Services Inc. (New York Mills)
  • Vergas Hardware Hank (Vergas)
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Please note: Quantities are limited.

If you have any questions about this program, contact our Idea Center or call 800-493-3299 during business hours.

Watch for promotions

Look for weekly store flyers, in-store posters and displays, and check out your monthly bill inserts and our website.

Dispose of CFLs properly

Compact fluorescent bulbs (CFLs) contain very small amounts of mercury that are harmful to the environment. Learn what to do if a CFL bulb breaks and how to safely dispose of or recycle CFL bulbs.

To recycle CFLs, take them to your local Home Depot or Walmart.