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COOL SAVINGS REBATE

This Program Is No Longer Active

With 60% of your yearly electricity bill going toward heating and cooling your home, it makes good sense to look for ways to reduce your usage and your bills.

That’s where the COOL SAVINGS REBATE Program comes in. If you’re looking to replace your old central air conditioning or heating systems with ENERGY STAR® qualified models, then we have attractive rebates to help you do just that. If you have never had a programmable thermostat installed in your home, this may be the time to consider one since we have rebates for those as well!

To start on your way to rebate savings, find a participating heating and cooling contractor, click HERE.
An electricity-efficient furnace and an ENERGY STAR qualified central air conditioning system will help you:

  • Save electricity and money
  • Make your home more comfortable

And you’ll be doing something good for the environment at the same time!

Good news! By making the important decision to replace your heating and/or cooling system with more efficient models, you could qualify for up to $550 in rebates.

To view or print a helpful checklist on how to buy a heating and cooling system for your home click here.

To get your COOL SAVINGS REBATE, you’ll need to find a participating contractor. This trained and experienced technician will help you choose the right energy-efficient system – one that’s best for your home and meets your specific needs. For full rebate submission details, please check the ‘Am I Eligible?‘ and ‘How to Claim your Rebate‘ sections.

Tell Me More About The Rebates!

Rebates are available for residents and businesses (with residential-type systems) of Ontario who purchase and install their new central heating or cooling equipment through a participating contractor.

  • $25 rebate when you replace your old non-programmable thermostat with one that is programmable and have it purchased and installed by a participating contractor. 
  • $125 rebate when you have an existing furnace replaced with the purchase and installation of a mid or high-efficiency furnace with an Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM).
  • $250 rebate when you have an existing central air conditioner (CAC) replaced with the purchase and installation of an ENERGY STAR qualified CAC system, heat pump or ductless split system (NOTE: ENERGY STAR qualified criteria = minimum 14.5 SEER and 12 EER ).
  • $400 rebate when you have an existing CAC replaced with the purchase and installation of a stand-alone CEE “Tier 2” level central air conditioning system or ground source heat pump.

      (NOTE: “Tier 2” level qualified criteria = minimum 15 SEER and 12.5 EER ).

Want to save even more? Find out about Natural Resources Canada’s ecoEnergy Retrofit grants and rebates.

Rebate Details

The COOL SAVINGS REBATE Program runs from January 1, 2010 through to December 31, 2010. Rebates are available for residents and businesses (with residential-type systems) of Ontario who work with a participating contractor to:

  1. Replace an existing Central Air Conditioning (CAC) system with one that meets or exceeds the ENERGY STAR® standard for CAC systems
  2. Replace an existing furnace with a mid or high efficiency furnace or air handler with a fully variable speed electronically commutated motor (ECM)
  3. Replace an existing non-programmable thermostat with a programmable thermostat

The rebates are:

A $25 rebate for the installation of a programmable thermostat by a participating contractor

  1. This offer only applies to customers who do not currently have a programmable thermostat.
  2. All services (including purchase and installation) must be performed by a participating contractor of the COOL SAVINGS REBATE Program.
  3. Installation must occur between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2010.
  4. Your contractor must enter your online rebate by January 10, 2011 and the proof of purchase for programmable thermostat rebates must be postmarked February 1, 2011.

A $125 rebate for the replacement of an existing furnace with the purchase of a mid or high-efficiency furnace equipped with an Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM)

  1. This also includes propane furnaces, air handlers and oil furnaces. All units must be indicated on the ECM Eligibility List in order to qualify under this program. It does not include replacement electric furnaces.
  2. Qualifying furnaces must appear on the list of eligible products.
  3. All services (including purchase and installation) must be performed by a participating contractor of the COOL SAVINGS REBATE Program.
  4. Installation must occur between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2010.
  5. Your contractor must enter your online rebate by January 10, 2011 and the proof of purchase for ECM-equipped furnace rebates must be postmarked February 1, 2011.

A $250 rebate for the replacement of an existing central air conditioner with the purchase of an ENERGY STAR qualified central air conditioning system, heat pump, or ductless split system.

  1. ENERGY STAR qualified means the installed product is at least 14.5 SEER and 12 EER.
  2. This offer applies only to customers with existing CAC systems.
  3. All services (including purchase and installation) must be performed by a participating contractor of the COOL SAVINGS REBATE Program.
  4. Installation must occur between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2010.
  5. Your contractor must enter your online rebate by January 10, 2011 and the proof of purchase for ENERGY STAR qualified CAC system rebates must be postmarked February 1, 2011.

A $400 rebate for the replacement of an existing central air conditioner with the purchase of an ENERGY STAR qualified, stand-alone CEE “Tier 2” level central air conditioning system (CAC) or heat pump.

  • CEE’s “Tier 2” level means the installed product is at least 15 SEER and 12.5 EER.
  • This offer applies only to customers with existing central air conditioner (CAC) systems.
  • All services (including purchase and installation) must be performed by a participating contractor of the COOL SAVINGS REBATE Program.
  • Installation must occur between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2010.
  • Your contractor must enter your online rebate by January 10, 2011 and the proof of purchase for ENERGY STAR® qualified CAC system rebates must be postmarked February 1, 2011.

Eligibility

Please check out the Cool Savings Rebate Program terms and conditions or through your participating contractor. Read the details carefully to ensure your eligibility for the different rebates.

To participate in the Cool Savings Rebate Program you must be an Ontario resident or business (with residential-type systems).

To qualify for the Central Air Conditioning (CAC) system, furnace and/or programmable thermostat rebates, you must:

  • Already have a CAC system or furnace installed in your home. Unfortunately, people who don’t have CAC systems or furnaces do not qualify for this rebate.
  • Purchase the system and have it installed by a participating contractor.
  • Have the system installed between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2010.
  • Your contractor must enter your online rebate by January 10, 2011 and the proof of purchase (invoice copy) must be sent in no later than February 1, 2011.

Make sure you keep a copy of your invoice for your furnace, CAC system and/or programmable thermostat in case you need it for repairs under warranty.

Once we receive your proof of purchase, it will take 4 to 8 weeks for us to process your rebate and mail it to you (provided the rebate is approved).

How To Claim Your Rebates

Follow these five easy steps to make sure you receive your rebate:
  1. Your participating contractor will complete your online rebate form and ensure that all equipment serial and model numbers are included (final date for your contractor to submit is January 10, 2011).
  2. Once your participating contractor completes the online form, an email will be sent asking you to review your rebate details online
  3. Approve the rebate details as outlined on your online rebate submission
  4. Send in your proof of purchase (copy of your invoice) and copy of online rebate form by one of three methods: via email, fax or by mail (if you choose to send in via mail, we recommend sending it via registered mail).
    • via email – [email protected] , or
    • fax – 1-866-945-6474, or
    • by mail (if you choose to send in via mail, we recommend sending it via registered mail) to:
      2010 COOL SAVINGS REBATE P.O. Box 10610 Winona, Ontario L8E 9Z9
  5. Receive your rebate cheque in the mail within 4 to 8 weeks of the receipt of your proof of purchase (provided the rebate is approved).
Make sure you keep a copy of your invoice for your furnace, CAC system and/or programmable thermostat in case you need it for repairs under warranty. Once we receive your proof of purchase, it will take us between 4 to 8 weeks for us to process your rebate and mail it to you (provided the rebate is approved).

FAQ

Offered by the Ontario Power Authority, this is a program created to inspire customers to purchase and install energy efficient heating and cooling equipment.

The goal is to reduce electricity consumption and demand of residential and small business heating and cooling in Ontario.

To accomplish that goal, Ontario residents and businesses (with residential-type systems) are incented to:

  • Replace their existing Central Air Conditioning (CAC) system with an ENERGY STAR qualified system (or better).
  • Replace their existing furnace systems with an eligible mid or high-efficiency furnace equipped with an Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM).
  • Replace a non-programmable thermostat with a programmable thermostat purchased from and installed by a participating contractor.

Incentives are offered for homeowners and businesses (with residential-type system) replacing their existing furnaces with an eligible furnace that is equipped with an ECM, replacing their existing CAC system with a ENERGY STAR qualified CAC system or purchasing and installing a programmable thermostat to replace their old, non-programmable one.

Please note that to be eligible for the rebates, the above services MUST be performed within the dates noted on the rebates. Once the product has been installed, your participating contractor will complete an online rebate and will email you your rebate details so that you can review the information provided and approve your rebate submission.  

Eligible equipment installed by a participating contractor between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2009 may qualify for an incentive. Your contractor must enter your online rebate by January 8, 2010 and you must submit your proof of purchase (invoice) no later than February 1, 2010.

Claims for eligible ENERGY STAR qualified (or better) CAC system replacements, ECM-equipped furnace installations, and programmable thermostat rebates must be submitted on our online rebate system no later than 11:59 p.m. January 8th, 2010. Consumers must send in their proof of purchase not later than February 1st, 2010 and it may be sent in by one of three different methods:

  • Email
  • Fax
  • Mail – if you choose to mail in your proof of purchase, we recommend Registered Mail – must be postmarked no later than February 1, 2010

All programs have starting and ending dates. For this one, the eligible dates for the work to be performed are January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2009.

Any Ontario resident or business (with residential-type systems) who replaces their existing CAC system with an ENERGY STAR qualified system, and/or has an eligible ECM equipped furnace installed to replace their existing furnace and/or installs a new, programmable thermostat is eligible. Be sure to check the specific terms and conditions for each rebate. To ensure your eligibility for the different rebates, have a look at the eligibility rules. Note the dates for participating and claiming your rebate. For detailed rebate rules, See our Terms and Conditions.

For the $125 rebate on the installation of an eligible ECM-equipped furnace:

  • Homeowners and businesses (with residential-type systems) must have an existing mid-efficiency or high-efficiency furnace that’s not currently equipped with an ECM. A new mid-efficiency or high-efficiency furnace equipped with an ECM has to be purchased.
  • Service (including purchase and installation) MUST be performed by a participating contractor with the program.
  • Homeowners and businesses (with residential-type systems) must install a mid- or high-efficiency furnace equipped with an ECM that is on the contractor’s list of eligible products.
  • Installation must occur between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2009.
  • Your contractor must enter your online rebate by January 8, 2010 and the proof of purchase for eligible furnace ECM rebates must be postmarked no later than February 1, 2010.

An ECM (Electronically Commutated Motor) is a brushless motor technology in forced air heating applications that works to reduce the electrical consumption of the furnace motor by as much as 60% (over a standard motor).

Yes, as long as they are included on the list of eligible products.

Because this is a rebate program that promotes electricity savings by replacing old inefficient furnaces to ENERGY STAR qualified high-efficiency furnaces, electric furnaces do not contribute sufficiently to electricity savings and therefore are no longer included in the rebates.

Participating contractors have a list, by manufacturer, of the eligible ECM-equipped furnaces.

With the $25 programmable thermostat rebate:

  • The offer applies to customers who don’t currently have a programmable thermostat.
  • The programmable thermostat MUST be purchased from and installed by a participating contractor.
  • Service MUST be performed between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2009.
  • Your contractor must enter your online rebate by January 8, 2010 and the proof of purchase for thermostat rebate must be postmarked no later than February 1, 2010.
  • Proof of purchase needs to indicate the word “programmable” in the description of the thermostat and should list the manufacturer’s name and model number.
  • Where the thermostat is offered in combination with other products or services (for example, as part of a purchase of a complete heating and cooling system) the price of the thermostat doesn’t have to be shown separately on the invoice.
  • Where the contractor’s invoice covers only the purchase and installation of a programmable thermostat, and no other pricing information pertaining to the purchase of the equipment or servicing is indicated, the invoice MUST clearly list the price of the thermostat.

A programmable thermostat is a device which controls heating/cooling systems according to a set (or programmed) schedule that you determine. The thermostat allows you to automatically change the temperature in your home for different preset periods of time.

A programmable thermostat with a built-in timer lets you automatically change the temperature in your home when you leave for the day, and sets it back automatically to your desired temperature just before you return. Research indicates that the energy savings from thermostat setback is approximately 1% per degree Celsius.
Properly programmed, these thermostats can easily pay for themselves in the first year. Imagine the savings that could be had over a five or ten year period!
For example, while you’re home during the hot summer when your CAC is running, your thermostat can be set at 25ºC but when you’re away from the house your thermostat can be programmed for 28ºC.

Unfortunately not with this program, residents and businesses (with residential-type systems) who currently have a programmable thermostat are not eligible for the rebate.

The goal of this particular program is to encourage those individuals who have not installed a programmable thermostat to do so. That way, they can enjoy the energy and money savings these units make possible.

In order to be eligible for the rebate, your thermostat MUST be supplied and installed by a participating contractor.

It’s important that you take advantage of your participating contractor’s expertise. While having your furnace serviced, have your programmable thermostat installed. Your contractor knows the best thermostat for your system. After it’s installed you’ll be shown how to use it properly to maximize energy efficiency.

This program focuses on the estimated 2 million central air conditioning units in Ontario that are running inefficiently or need to be replaced. When those old, inefficient units are replaced homeowners and businesses (with residential-type systems) save on their cooling costs, the government saves money on electricity generation and the environment benefits from reduced emissions. This is just one of the tools we have for helping you control your electricity costs.

The terms are as follows:

  • The installation must be done between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2009.
  • This is an offer that only applies to customers with existing CAC systems
  • Your contractor must enter your online rebate by January 8, 2010 and the proof of purchase for ENERGY STAR qualified CAC system rebates must be postmarked no later than February 1, 2010
  • The CAC system must be purchased and installed by a participating contractor
  • ENERGY STAR qualified criteria = minimum 14.5 SEER and 12 EER

For this rebate:

  • Installation must be done between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2009.
  • This offer applies only to customers with existing CAC systems.
  • Your contractor must enter your online rebate by January 8, 2010 and the proof of purchase for eligible Tier 2 system rebates must be submitted no later than February 1, 2010.
  • The system must be purchased and installed by a program registered contractor
  • CEE’s “Tier 2” level means the installed product must be at least 15 SEER and 12.5 EER.

No, to be eligible for the rebate, the installation of the replacement system must be done between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2009.

The ENERGY STAR rating lets consumers know that any product carrying this designation meets or exceeds a premium level of energy efficiency. ENERGY STAR in Canada is a voluntary arrangement between Natural Resources Canada’s Office of Energy Efficiency and organizations that manufacture sell or promote products that meet the ENERGY STAR levels of energy performance. To learn more, visit www.energystar.gc.ca.

To qualify for the Cool Savings Rebate , the newly installed system must include an ENERGY STAR rated outdoor unit matched to a properly sized and specified indoor evaporator coil.
The ARI/CEE Verified Directory is the reference source for the new rebate fulfillment house when processing claims for ENERGY STAR qualified systems. Systems not listed on this database will not be accepted for claims. The ARI Reference number is MANDATORY and MUST be provided on the online rebate submission form. If not, the contractor will receive a letter from the new rebate fulfillment house requesting this information. A copy of this letter will be sent to the customer. Online rebate submission forms without the ARI Reference Number will be held up until an ARI Reference Number is obtained.
If you have questions or would like to know more about the ARI/CEE website, please contact HRAI.

After the proof of purchase is received it usually takes no longer than 3 to 4 weeks for the rebate cheque to arrive. Make sure the equipment meets the eligible requirements and that all of your documentation is in order. Check to make sure that the original invoice has been also been submitted.  

Yes. You have two ways to check the status of your rebate submission:

  • By accessing the online rebate form you’ve already approved.
  • You may also check the status of your rebate by calling 1-877-797-9473.

For the complete list of registered contractors, simply click here or call 1-877-797-9473.

Unfortunately not. The Ontario Power Authority (OPA) and the Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI) do not endorse contractors participating in the Program. We make no representations, warranties or guarantees as to, and assume no responsibility for, the conduct, products or services of or provided by the program approved contractors.

To get you started, please check out this website for tips on selecting and hiring a furnace or air conditioning contractor: http://www.hrai.ca/contractorlocator.html

To register with the program, contractors must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • For ECM-equipped furnace installations: TSSA Registration number to confirm licensed technicians (Gas Technician 1 or 2 or OBT 1 or 2 certification number).
  • For ENERGY STAR qualified CAC system replacements: 313A Refrigeration and Air Conditioning license or a 313D Residential Air Conditioning License
  • Minimum of $2 million in liability insurance coverage.
  • Letter of clearance from WSIB. (If the contractor is a sole proprietor, then they are WSIB exempt.)
  • Signed Contractor Participation Agreement (Click here to download agreement)

To register, all of the contractors must complete a detailed orientation session to become knowledgeable about all aspects of the program. During the registration process they will need to confirm that they do have the qualified technicians needed to perform the required work. They’ll also need to present the necessary business licenses. We want to ensure they meet our requirements.

No. Non HRAC-members are able to participate in the Program if the owner provides the following:

  • For ECM-equipped furnace installations: TSSA Registration number to confirm licensed technicians (Gas Technician 1 or 2 or OBT 1 or 2 certification number).
  • For ENERGY STAR qualified CAC system replacements: 313A Refrigeration and Air Conditioning license or a 313D Residential Air Conditioning License.
  • Minimum of $2 million in liability insurance coverage.
  • Letter of clearance from WSIB. (If the contractor is a sole proprietor, then they are WSIB exempt.)
  • Signed Contractor Participation Agreement (Click here to download agreement)

COOL SAVINGS REBATE PROGRAM 2010 TERMS AND CONDITIONS

You, the Consumer, must review and agree to these terms and conditions before you purchase and install your programmable thermostat, your ECM-equipped furnace or your ENERGY STAR® qualified CAC System.

To be eligible for the COOL SAVINGS REBATE PROGRAM 2010 (the Program):

  • You must be a resident of Ontario and the owner of the property. 

To be eligible for the programmable thermostat rebate:

  • you do not have a programmable thermostat,
  • the new programmable thermostat must be purchased from and installed by a participating contractor who is registered in the Program (hereinafter referred to as a Participating Contractor)
  • you must purchase the programmable thermostat and have it installed between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2010
  • your rebate application must be post-marked no later than February 1, 2011

To be eligible for the furnace replacement rebate:

  • you must replace your existing furnace (including propane furnaces, air handlers, and oil furnaces) with a mid or high efficiency furnace or air handler with a fully variable speed electronically commutated motor (ECM)
  • the furnace you purchase must be listed on the ECM Eligibility List compiled by the Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI), which ECM Eligibility List is available to your Participating Contractor  
  • you must purchase the furnace from and have it installed by a Participating Contractor between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2010, and
  • your rebate application must be post-marked no later than February 1, 2011

To be eligible for the ENERGY STAR® qualified (or higher) central air conditioning system (CAC System) replacement rebate:

  • the Central Air Conditioning (“CAC”) System you purchase and install must meet the minimum requirements set out in the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (“AHRI”) product directory, which directory is available to your Participating Contractor.  It is the responsibility of the CAC System manufacturer to ensure that their product appears on this list,
  • for a CAC System replacement rebate of $250, you must replace your existing CAC System with an ENERGY STAR® qualified CAC system, heat pump or ductless split system that has at least a 14.5 SEER (“Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio”) and 12 EER (“Energy Efficiency Ratio”)
  • for a CAC System replacement rebate of $400,  you must replace your existing CAC System with a Tier II level CAC System that has at least 15 SEER and 12.5 EER
  • you must purchase the CAC System from and have it installed by a Participating Contractor between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2010, and
  • your rebate application must be post-marked no later than February 1, 2011.

Furnaces, CAC systems or programmable thermostats that meet the above requirements are hereinafter referred to as “Eligible Products”. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CONFIRMING THAT THE EQUIPMENT YOU PURCHASE FOR INSTALLATION MEETS THE ELIGIBLE PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS.

  • Your building has fewer than six self-contained residential units, and is zoned residential.   
  • The Eligible Product must be installed at an Ontario address for your end use in your home.  Dealers and distributors are not eligible for this Program.
  • By applying for a COOL SAVINGS REBATE program, you represent and warrant that you have met the above Eligibility Requirements.

You agree that you have independently selected your Participating Contractor and have done all things you think appropriate to assess your Participating Contractor’s suitability and qualifications.   You have properly contracted for the services and products required, including where appropriate, seeking legal advice.

YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE OPA AND HRAI MAKE NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES ABOUT THE PROGRAM, NOR DO THEY ENDORSE ANY PARTICIPATING CONTRACTORS PARTICIPATING IN THE PROGRAM AND MAKE NO REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES OR GUARANTEES AS TO, AND ASSUME NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR, THE CONDUCT, PRODUCTS OR SERVICES OF, OR PROVIDED BY, OR DAMAGES, LOSSES, CLAIMS OR LIABILITIES ARISING AS A RESULT OF SUCH PARTICIPATING CONTRACTORS OR OTHERWISE.

ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY, MERCHANTABLE QUALITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PURPOSE PARTICULAR OR OTHERWISE ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED.

Your Participating Contractor will fill out your rebate application on-line or in paper copy.  If on-line, you will receive an e-mail asking you to review the information and confirm that it is correct.   If in paper copy, your Participating Contractor will provide you with the form and ask you confirm that it is true and mail it to the OPA to the address below. 

Please verify the information carefully.  You may change only your contact details. Any other information (including Consumer names) can be changed only by contacting the OPA or HRAI.

Whether your rebate application is submitted on-line or by mail, you must also mail in a copy of your proof of purchase (invoice) showing the Eligible Product (including model and serial numbers, where applicable), ARI (Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute) reference number, Participating Contractor name and registration number, date of installation, Ontario address at which the installation was performed, and the purchase price, all of which must be clearly legible to be valid.  If you submit your rebate application by mail, you should submit your proof of purchase in the same envelope.

You should keep their original invoice(s) in case you need warranty service. Documentation will not be returned.

Paper rebate submissions and copies of proofs of purchase must be sent to:

2010 Cool Savings Rebate Initiative
PO Box 10610
Winona, ON L8E 9Z9

By applying for a COOL SAVINGS rebate, you represent and warrant to the OPA that:

  • you bona fide purchased the Eligible Product for installation at the price stated on the proof of purchase for end-use in your home
  • you have submitted only one rebate submission for the Eligible Product
  • you comply with all of the terms and conditions of participation in the Program, and
  • all information contained in your rebate submission is complete, true and accurate

You are responsible for ensuring that your rebate submission is post-marked no later than February 1, 2011. No rebate submissions received after that time will be accepted. The OPA and HRAI are not responsible for lost, late, or misdirected rebate submissions.

The COOL SAVINGS rebates will be issued in the form of a cheque payable in Canadian funds to the consumer(s) named in the rebate application and mailed to the residential address stated therein.  Rebate cheques must be cashed within 60 days of issuance. PLEASE ALLOW 4-8 WEEKS FOR DELIVERY from the date you submit your proof of purchase. 

By applying for a COOL SAVINGS REBATE, you also acknowledge that you are submitting your information to the Ontario Power Authority (OPA), and that the OPA, the Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI), and their service providers will use your personal information to administer the COOL SAVINGS REBATE program.  This includes completing your product installation, processing your refund, contacting you for evaluation and follow-ups, and program reporting for the COOL SAVINGS REBATE program.  You also agree that the OPA or HRAI may provide access to your rebate application to your Participating Contractor to verify your rebate submission or to process your rebate application.    Please see the COOL SAVINGS REBATE Privacy Policy.

Any misrepresentation, fraudulent information or multiple claims will void this offer. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer.

All claims are subject to review and approval by OPA or its agent. Late, non-compliant, improperly submitted or incomplete claims, as determined by the OPA at its sole discretion, will be rejected.

The OPA reserves the right to cancel the Program at any time. Rebate submissions for services performed during the Program prior to the date of such cancellation and submitted within 30 days after cancellation will be honoured.