Spend less on home heating
PSE's rebates on energy-efficient equipment can make the cost of home upgrades easier up-front, while helping you save on your energy bills long-term.
See how much you could save when you upgrade your electric resistance heating* to a qualifying ductless heat pump:
|Efficiency Boost for income-qualified customers||$2,400|
* Electric resistance heating must be your primary heat source. If you have multiple heating sources in your home (wood-burning stove, cadet heaters, heat pump, furnace, etc.), PSE can review your winter electric usage and determine if you are eligible for this ductless heat pump conversion rebate. Contact an EA today to see if you qualify!
How to get started…
- Review all equipment qualifications and rebate requirements at the links above to ensure you’re eligible for a rebate. Your existing primary heating determines your eligibility.
- Schedule an appointment with one of PSE’s Recommended Energy Professionals. They’ll purchase the equipment and install it when it becomes available.
- Complete the rebate application, and submit the form to PSE within 30 days of installation. Locate the appropriate rebate application for you at one of the above links.
You may also be eligible for an increased rebate through our income-qualified Efficiency Boost program:
- Review income guidelines here, and call an Energy Advisor to confirm your eligibility.
- Schedule an appointment with a Recommended Energy Professional, who will install the equipment and provide an instant discount on the total equipment and installation cost.
Have questions about PSE's green options, including energy efficiency tips and rebates, contractor referrals, electric cars and renewable energy options? We're here to help.
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