Electric resistance to ductless heat pump conversion rebate

For electric customers

What you get
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Get an $800 rebate when you convert your electric resistance heating to a qualifying ductless heat pump system.

See if you qualify for a $2,400 Efficiency Boost rebate based on your income.
Do I qualify?
customer requirements
Customer requirements
  • You must be a current PSE single family residential electric customer. Single-family new construction, multifamily (five or more attached units) and commercial accounts are not eligible.
  • Your current primary heating system* must be electric resistance. This includes: electric forced air furnace, baseboard, cable, wall heater, or electric hydronic.
  • For an accessory dwelling unit (ADU), the unit must be occupied full time, must be an additional living area independent of the primary dwelling unit (with no venting from the primary dwelling), and must include a fully functioning kitchen and full bathroom in order to qualify for the rebate.
  • Customers with existing natural gas forced air furnaces or natural gas boilers are not eligible.
  • Customers with an existing heat pump, or have installed a new heat pump as air conditioning only are not eligible.
  • Unsure if electric resistance is your primary heating system? Contact one of our Energy Advisors.
Equipment requirements
Equipment requirements
  • Your new ductless system must be AHRI Certified® as a variable speed mini-split and multi-split heat pump and use inverter technology, and be a minimum of ¾ ton in heating mode.
  • It must have an HSPF of at least 9.0, or an HSPF2 of at least 8.6. For units that have both HSPF and HSPF2, the HSPF rating will be used to determine eligibility.
  • At least one indoor head must be installed in the main living (high-flow) area of the home; bedroom only installations do not qualify.
  • Must install to comply with all federal, state and local code requirements.
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Rebate requirements
  • You will need an electronic image of your paid installation invoice and purchase receipt for your installed equipment. These documents must include an installation date, installation address, brand, model number(s) of all rebated equipment (include the heat pump, air handler and/or coil model number on the invoice), and amount paid.
  • Your rebate application must be submitted within 30 days of equipment purchase.
  • You must have an online PSE account in order to apply online.
  • Rebates only available on new, qualifying equipment.
  • Equipment that is replaced under warranty will not be eligible for second rebate.
  • One rebate per qualified single-family residence.
  • Rebate cannot exceed the pre-tax purchase price of any rebated equipment.

You may also qualify for a higher rebate if you live in a manufactured/mobile home. Learn more here.

For rebates for multifamily buildings, apartments or condos, click here.

Shopping for a new heat pump?

High-efficiency heat pumps are great option for upgrading your heating system even if you do not have electric resistance or electric forced air heating in your home.

PSE works with manufacturers, distributors, and contractors to provide discounts on high efficiency heat pumps.


Tip: Speak with your contractor regarding how this discount might apply to your HVAC project.

View qualifying models for possible pass-through discounts from your contractor.


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