Heat Pump Energy Efficiency Rebate Program

For climates with moderate heating and cooling needs, heat pumps offer an energy-efficient alternative to furnaces and air conditioners. Like your refrigerator, heat pumps use electricity to move heat from a cool space to a warm space, making the cool space cooler and the warm space warmer. During the heating season, heat pumps move heat from the cool outdoors into your warm house and during the cooling season, heat pumps move heat from your cool house into the warm outdoors. Because they move heat rather than generate it, heat pumps operate at as little as one quarter the cost of conventional heating or cooling appliances.

Ductless Heat Pump Rebates

Ultra-quiet Ductless Heat Pump

Ultra-quiet Ductless Heat Pump (DHP) systems distribute warm air more evenly and efficiently than traditional electric heaters.  A single indoor unit can heat and cool a large living space, making these systems especially suitable for homes with open floor plans. Ductless systems do not require expensive and invasive ductwork, so you can maintain your room’s original aesthetic of your room. A ductless installation is hassle-free and can be completed in half a day. They reduce electric heating costs by 25% to 50% while also providing efficient air conditioning. More info at Comfort Ready Home.

Original Heating SystemNew Heating SystemOctober 2023
Forced Air FurnaceSingle head ductless or ducted mini-split$800
ZonalSingle head ductless or ducted mini-split$800
Online DHP Rebate Application

Note: Ductless heat pump rebates are not available for new, single family homes, but are available for manufactured homes in Washington.

Ducted Air Source Heat Pumps

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Like ductless heat pumps, ducted heat pumps rely on an outdoor compressor to function. The difference between a ducted and a ductless heat pump is that the ducted heat pump connects to a single air handler (furnace) that pushes air through a series of ducts, which gets exhausted through vents throughout your home to keep it warm. Temperature is controlled by a single thermostat. Ducted heat pumps can reduce power consumption by 25 – 50% compared to electric resistance heating in furnaces and baseboard heaters. High-efficiency heat pumps also dehumidify better than standard central air conditioners, resulting in less energy usage and more cooling comfort in summer months. Several rebate options available. Limitations apply.

Original Heating SystemNew Heating SystemOctober 2023
Forced Air FurnaceAir Source Heat Pump (no certification)$1000
Forced Air FurnaceVariable Speed Air Source Heat Pump (no certification)$1200
Air Source Heat PumpAir Source Heat Pump Conversion$1000
Air Source Heat PumpAir Source Variable-Speed Heat Pump Conversion$1200
Ground Source Heat Pump w/o Desuperheater (PTCS Certified)$3000
Ground Source Heat Pump w/Desuperheater (PTCS Certified)$3500
Ground Source Heat Pump -Compressor Only (PTCS Certified)$500

Special Low Income Heat Pump Rebate Process

If you qualify for the PUD’s Low Income Bill Credit program, you also qualify for bigger rebates on heat pumps. Make sure to let the participating installer know about your eligibility and to fill out the special low income application linked below.


Low Income HP App


Participating HVAC Installers

Air Flo Heating Company* (360) 307-7822
Air Masters Inc (360) 895-2527
All Weather Heating & Cooling* (360) 452-9813
Alpha Builder* (360) 452-3154
Ben’s Heating* (360) 385-3600
Bill Mair Heating & Air, Inc.* (360) 683-4245
Brennan Heating & Air Conditioning (206) 248-7900
Coast Mechanical LLC (360) 437-7558
Double D Electric (360) 385-1130
Eagle Pipe Heating & Air (833) 221-2472
Economy Home and Hearth (360) 692-8709
Energywise Ductless Heat Pumps (360) 661-7191
Frederickson Electric* (360) 385-1395
Hood Canal Heating & Cooling (360) 275-4992
NW Ductless, Inc. (360) 265-4762
Peninsula Heat, Inc* (360) 681-3333
Sullivan Heating & Cooling (360) 405-0723

Watch our Heat Pump Rebate Video, starring PUD Resource Manager Bill Graham

for more information on the PUD’s conservation rebate programs call (503) 730-3122 or email rebates@jeffpud.org