Heat Pump Rebates Reduced in April

Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) is reducing rebate payment amounts for all residential HVAC incentives beginning April 1st. The PUD has worked to provide its customers and contractors with the maximum amounts available, but as the program is entirely funded by the BPA we cannot go beyond their posted rebates. Current rates and reduced rates are listed below. Current rates are available to all eligible projects completed and properly submitted to rebates@jeffpud.org by March 26th, 2022.

Original Heating SystemNew Heating SystemApril 2022
Forced Air FurnaceSingle head ductless or ducted mini-split$800
ZonalSingle head ductless or ducted mini-split$800
Forced Air FurnaceMultiple head ductless or multi-head ducted mini-split combo$800
ZonalMultiple head ductless or multi-head ducted mini-split or combo$800
Ducted Heat PumpDuctless heat pump upgrade$100
Original Heating SystemNew Heating SystemApril 2022
Forced Air FurnaceAir Source Heat Pump (no certification)$800
Forced Air FurnaceVariable Speed Air Source Heat Pump (no certification)$1000
Forced Air FurnaceAir Source Heat Pump (PTCS Certified)$1400
Forced Air FurnaceVariable Speed Air Source Heat Pump (PTCS Certified)$1600
Air Source Heat PumpAir Source Heat Pump Upgrade (PTCS Certified)$500
Air Source Heat PumpVariable Speed Air Source Heat Pump (PTCS Certified)$700

Low Income rates for eligible heat pump installations will remain at the current level and will not be reduced in April. More info about all of our energy efficiency rebate programs can be found here.

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