Heat Pump Water Heater Rebates
Energy Efficiency is top of mind for everyone these days: homeowners, contractors and especially government entities and utility companies. Many states have green initiatives and in some cases strict requirements around energy efficiency. In support of that, utility rebates are now commonplace. That is especially true for Heat Pump Water Heaters. While traditionally these units have been more expensive than standard water heaters, with rebates and the long-term operational savings due to the efficiency, heat pumps are becoming a top choice for homeowners.
As you can see in the chart below, across our New England footprint, rebates in most cases are $600+ on 50–gallon models with states like Maine, Massachusetts and Connecticut even offering instant rebates!
|State||Tank Size||Rebate Available||Rebate Method||Rebate Resource Site|
|Maine||Less than 55 gallon||HPX-50-DHPTNE||Instant $850||Efficiency Maine|
|Greater than 55 gallon||HPX 66 & 80 Gallon||Instant $850|
|New Hampshire||Less than 55 gallon||NO (New Program Possible)||-||NH Saves|
|Greater than 55 gallon||NO (New Program Possible)||-|
|Massachusetts||Less than 55 gallon||HPX 50 Gallon||Instant $750||Mass Save|
|Greater than 55 gallon||HPX 66 & 80 Gallon||Instant $750|
|Vermont||Less than 55 gallon||HPX 50 Gallon||$600 Form||Efficiency Vermont|
|Greater than 55 gallon||HPX 66 & 80 Gallon||$600 Form|
|Connecticut||Less than 55 gallon||HPX 50 Gallon||Instant $750||Energize Connecticut|
|Greater than 55 gallon||HPX 66 & 80 Gallon||$400 Mail In|
|Rhode Island||Less than 55 gallon||HPX 50 Gallon||$600 Mail In||National Grid|
|Greater than 55 gallon||HPX 66 & 80 Gallon||$150 Mail In|
And despite some supply chain issues, The Granite Group’s strong partnership with State Water Heater has put us in a solid inventory position to support your business and increased demand for these products.