Often used in mild climates, air-source heat pumps use the difference between outdoor and indoor air temperatures to heat and cool your home.
- Use about 5 percent less energy than conventional new models.
- Can improve indoor comfort and air quality all year.
- Lower annual energy costs combined with rebates create a quick payback period, despite higher upfront costs.
- Must be ENERGY STAR certified.
- SEER 16, EER 12.5, HSPF 9 – $350 rebate.
- SEER 17.5, EER 13.5, HSPF 9.7 – $450 rebate.
- HVAC System must be rated in the AHRI database.
- Limit of two rebates per account between June 1, 2021 and May 31, 2026.
- Rebates are not available for new construction.
Rebate Application Requirements
- Invoice must include:
- Purchase date, product(s) purchased showing manufacturer and model number, quantity purchased and price paid. Circle the eligible purchase(s) on the invoice.
- Serial numbers for outdoor unit(s) only.
- If your invoice is missing the manufacturer, model or serial numbers, you can find this information on the name plate on your new equipment.
- Previous Heating and Cooling System Type:
- You will be asked to provide your previous heating and cooling system type (such as air source heat pump, furnace or room air conditioner, etc.).
- AHRI Reference Number:
- Including the AHRI Reference Number in your application can ensure your rebate is processed quickly.
- Ask your contractor to provide the AHRI Reference Number for your complete HVAC System.
Funds are limited, and PPL Electric Utilities reserves the right at any time to extend, modify or terminate the rebate program.