Heat Pump Rebates

About Heat Pumps

Heat pumps let you efficiently heat and cool your home. They provide a smart alternative to an air conditioner, and offer heating, cooling, dehumidifying, and more. Heat pumps are a clean, efficient means of maintaining optimal indoor temperatures, especially when compared to wood or propane heating.

There is also a typical change that happens when you install a heat pump – your energy costs decrease!  Whether you are getting rid of your propane system, or upgrading your existing electric heat, you can track the difference in your usage using the SmartHub Usage Comparison tool.  Check out the difference in this member’s usage from when they had baseboard heat in January 2015 and a Ductless Heat Pump in 2016:


Read on to determine if a ducted or ductless is best for your residence or business.


Ductless Heat Pumps

A Ductless Heat Pump is a highly efficient heating and cooling system that can be easily installed as a new primary heat source for electrically heated homes. Ductless systems heat and cool homes at a fraction of the cost of baseboards and wall heaters, and do a better job of distributing warm or cool air around your home.

Photo of ductless head pump exterior and interior parts and remote controlOPALCO offers rebates for the following:

  • Existing (over 1 yr old) single-family residences with zonal electric heat ($800)
  • Existing (over 1 yr old) single-family residences with an electric forced air furnace ($800)
  • Existing (over 1 yr old) manufactured homes with an electric forced air furnace ($800)
  • Ductless Heat Pumps must be on the Ductless Heat Pump Qualified Products List and must be installed by a qualified contractor.
  • Rebates are available for existing homes only. New construction homes do not qualify for the rebate.

Local Contractors

  • San Juan Heating 360-378-4328
  • Rex Ellsworth 360-378-5259
  • Barron Heating 360-676-1131
  • Harbor Heating 360-298-5518
  • Sage Building Solutions 360-468-4040
  • West Mechanical 360-378-5519
  • Streamside Renewables 360-472-1946
  • Bion Island Plumbing 360-376-2280
  • Orcas Island Plumbing & Heating 360-376-6277
  • DB Mechanical/ Browns Heating 360-378-3607

See our complete list of qualified contractors.

Once your ductless heat pump is installed, complete the Ductless Heat Pump Rebate Form with your contractor.

*Note: If completing the form in your web browser, please print and add your signature before mailing it in. If saving and opening in Adobe Reader, you may use a digital signature by following the prompts in Adobe or you can print out the form and sign before mailing it in or dropping it off.

Learn more at Go Ductless.

Look at our Ductless Heat Pump Comparison table to learn how much you could save.

Ducted Heat Pumps

OPALCO rebates are for systems installed by Performance Tested Comfort Systems (PTCS)-certified contractors only. Having your new heat pump installed according to industry best practices established by assures you that your system can operate at an optimal level. For more information see Why PTCS?

Rebates range from $500 to $1,600  depending on equipment ratings and whether you have an existing system.

Once your heat pump is installed, complete the PTCS Heat Pump Form with your contractor. Your PTCS contractor must fill out and submit BPA’s PTCS Air Source Heat Pump Form and Heat Pump Sizing Calculator to OPALCO. If you have questions with any part of this reasonably complex form, contact our Energy Savings specialist.

Local PTCS Certified Contractors

  • San Juan Heating 360-378-4328
  • Barron Heating 360-676-1131
  • Sage Building Solutions 360-468-4040
  • Harbor Heating 360-298-5518
  • West Mechanical 800-328-1066
  • Ronk Brothers Heating 360-855-1025

NOTE: You must hire a PTCS-certified contractor to qualify for your Heat Pump rebate.

For more information on rebates, contact us.

Download Rebate Forms

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