New Oil Tank


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The Dealer Rebate Program is underway and MEMA will continue to support our Dealers with reimbursements for the rebates they provide to their customers until funds run out. This will take place on a first come first serve basis, so be sure to get your rebates in as soon as you provide them to your customers.


If you are a dealer or a company that offers oilheat installations, you can offer the above rebate to your customers. Make sure that the discount to your customers is clearly marked on your invoices. Once you have completed the transaction you can fill out the form, upload the same invoice you provided to the customer with the rebate discount and NORA will reimburse your company directly.


Do you have to be a MEMA Member to take part in the rebate program?

 No, this program is meant for all companies who are installing and replacing oilheat equipment. However, if you are taking advantage of this offer we encourage you to become a member as this is one small piece of the pie. Click here to learn why a membership with MEMA is the right choice for your business.

Can companies install multiple units with multiple rebates in the same location?

Yes. We have up to three per location on this form, however, if more are needed, you can contact our office directly at 207.729.5298 and ask for Jen or Hannah. 

Where does the rebate money come from?

The National Oilheat Research Alliance was authorized by Congress in 2000 to provide funding that would allow the oilheating industry to provide more efficient and more reliable heat and hot water to the American Consumers. As a government sanctioned “check-off” program, $0.002 is collected at the wholesale level on every gallon of heating oil sold. While it is mandatory, the benefits greatly outweigh the minimal cost.

Can consumers install their own equipment being sold to them?

No. All equipment must be installed by a licensed (in Maine) professional.

Can consumers apply directly for a rebate?

No, this is a Dealer initiated program only.

How will I know when funds run out?

MEMA will send multiple eblasts 4-6 weeks before the end of the program to let folks know that funds are running low. There will be a deadline date given and installers/dealers just need to get their info submitted BY that date.