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TERMS & CONDITIONS: The 2020 Vermont Fuel Tank Rebate is for an oilheat or kerosene tank installed at a home or business in Vermont. The tank must be installed between February 1, 2020 and October 31, 2020. The rebate check will be distributed directly to the customer only if the completed form, proof of purchase, and the New Installation/First Fill Inspection Checklist is received by October 31, 2020. The program will end on October 31, 2020 or when funds are exhausted, whichever comes first. Only one rebate per building. Only one rebate per customer. Recipients of a Tank Replacement Grant from the Vermont Dept. of Environmental Conservation are not eligible for the Vermont Fuel Tank Rebate. The Tank Rebate Program is subject to change without notice.

INSTALLATION & INSPECTION: A tank qualifying for a rebate must be installed by a Vermont Certified Oilheat Technician and inspected by a Vermont Certified Tank Inspector. A list of individuals and companies that provide this service can be found at The proof of purchase must include the tank size, manufacturer, purchase date, and vendor.

LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: Performance of installed equipment is not guaranteed expressly or implicitly. No particular manufacturers, products, or system designs are endorsed through this program.

PAYMENT: Allow 45 calendar days for delivery of payment. Incomplete or missing information will delay or deny rebate processing. All rebate requests must be received by October 31, 2020 or before the funds are exhausted (whichever comes first). Only one rebate per building. Only one rebate per customer.

If you live in Vermont and need to replace your fuel oil tank, you may be eligible for a $250 rebate.

To apply for a Vermont Fuel Tank Rebate, make sure you hire Vermont Certified Tank Inspector and Fuel Oil Tank Installer.

Find out who is certified at