In order to be eligible for a rebate the bulbs you purchase must meet these requirements:
- New bulbs must be ENERGY STAR® qualified Light Emitting Diode (LED) bulbs.
- New LEDs must replace low- or line voltage incandescent or halogen bulbs, or metal halide MR16.
- Screw-in or plug-in base models included.
- Dimmable or non-dimmable models included.
- Maximum 16 watts per bulb.
To claim your rebate:
- Purchase at least $20 worth of ENERGY STAR® qualified LED light bulbs.
- To claim your rebate you’ll need your store receipt, the box your new bulbs came in showing the ENERGY STAR logo, the UPC bar code from the box and your TID account number.
Once you have all the necessary items:
Or, download and print a paper rebate application, complete it and submit it in person to any of our Customer Service locations or mail to the address below.
Submit the completed form along with a copy of the dated receipt and the UPC bar code and Energy Star logo from the light bulb package in person at any TID office or mail to:
TID (Attn: Consumer Programs)
P.O. Box 949 Turlock, CA 95381
You can also email it to: email@example.com.
Why ENERGY STAR® certified LED bulbs?
Earning the ENERGY STAR certification means the product meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency. Lighting products that have earned the ENERGY STAR label deliver exceptional features, while using less energy. Saving energy helps you save money on utility bills and protects the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
ENERGY STAR Certified Light Bulbs:
- Use about 70-90 percent less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs.
- Last at least 15 times longer and saves about $55 in electricity costs over its lifetime.
- Meet strict quality and efficiency standards that are tested by accredited labs and certified by a third party.
- Produce about 70 percent less heat, so it’s safer to operate and can cut energy costs associated with home cooling.