Residential Air Source Heat Pump Incentive

Rebate Offer:
Up to $15,000 combined incentives for qualifying air source heat pumps
Incentive Duration
01/01/24 - 12/31/24
Average Initial Cost
$5,000 - $25,000
Average Lifetime Savings
$5,000 - $15,000
Average Lifespan
15 - 20 Years

Additional Details

We offer rebates based on equipment size (tonnage). Once your installation is complete, claim an energy optimization rebate through our online rebate portal or by mail.

How to get started

Check Eligibility

  • Rebates are available to residential electric service customers. All customers of Eversource or UI can participate.
  • Equipment must be installed in the service territory of the participating utility.

For additional energy optimization rebates:

  • Equipment must be installed by a contractor participating in the Energize CT Heat Pump Installer Network.
  • Equipment must replace oil, propane, natural gas, or electric baseboard as the primary heating system. If an existing oil, propane, or natural gas system will be left in place, an integrated control from the Energize CT Integrated Control Qualified Product List must be installed for all heating zones where it will remain in use.
  • The purchase of this energy-efficiency equipment may also qualify for a valuable tax credit, and we encourage you to retain all records related to your purchase and any associated rebates. Please consult with your tax professional for expert guidance tailored to your situation, helping you to determine the specifics of your eligibility and navigate the process of claiming the tax credit effectively. For further information on eligible energy efficiency improvements for the tax credit please visit the IRA-Tax-Credit

Technical Details

  • Equipment must be listed on the Energize CT Heat Pump Qualified Product List.
  • Tonnage is based on Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) cooling capacity. (1 ton = 12,000 BTUs). Tonnage is calculated by dividing AHRI cooling capacity by ton and rounding to two decimal places.
  • To receive your energy optimization rebate, your installer is required to include information about the system being installed on your invoice. Please refer to this example heat pump invoice as a reference to make sure you have the information you need to submit for your rebate.


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What is the rebate process?

To help you make the switch, you can receive incentives up to $15,000 per home for purchasing eligible heat pumps.

Heat pump incentives are offered based on system size (tonnage) and are available after the installation of your heat pump:

    Complete your installation and claim $750 per ton energy optimization rebate on systems used to replace oil, propane, natural gas, or electric resistance (baseboard) as a primary heating source. Claim your rebate online or submit a completed Air Source Heat Pump Energy Optimization Rebate Form by mail.

    Submit for your rebate onlineDownload rebate form 


    Need help getting started? Reach out for a no-cost heat pump consultation.