Centrally-Ducted Heat Pumps
Utilizing existing duct work, centrally-ducted heat pumps integrate with forced air heating distribution systems and backup furnaces and can provide central air conditioning.
How to Redeem
- Research qualifying equipment and review the Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Rebate Form terms and conditions to confirm that you are eligible.
- Find an installer near you.
- Purchase and install qualifying equipment.
- Submit completed application and invoice(s).
Effective Date: January 1, 2020
Offer subject to change.
- $800/ton rebate (maximum of 5 tons)
- $500 moderate income bonus (see details below)
- Installation can be complex and should be performed by a licensed contractor who is familiar with HVAC controls.
- Generally, fossil fuel heating system must be maintained as a backup heat source.
- Existing furnace may need to be upgraded to be compatible with heat pump.
Moderate Income Bonus
Vermonters whose household income meets the guidelines below may qualify for a $500 bonus rebate. Download this PDF to learn more and apply.
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- Installed equipment must be listed on the qualified products list.
- Eligible systems are based on the outdoor model number only. (Note: efficiency of the furnace and proper sizing of the evaporator coil are critical to the overall performance of the centrally ducted heat pump system.)
- Equipment must be installed by an Efficiency Excellence Network contractor.
- Building must have an existing centrally-ducted distribution system (generally connected to a furnace).