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Rebates for Heat PumpsGet a Sneak Peek of the High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Act (HEEHRA)

Making homes energy-efficient and sustainable is a shared dream for many Americans. The High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Act (HEEHRA) is a visionary program designed to bring this dream closer to reality for households across income levels.  Here is the breakdown. 

What is HEEHRA?

HEEHRA is a comprehensive initiative that aims to help American families electrify their homes with energy-efficient appliances and systems. The program does so by providing point-of-sale consumer rebates, making the transition to greener solutions both affordable and hassle-free.

Key Benefits of HEEHRA:

  • Monthly Savings: Adopt energy-efficient appliances and see tangible reductions in your monthly energy bills.
  • Healthier Living Environments: Cleaner air, reduced allergens, and a healthier living space for families.
  • Positive Environmental Impact: Reduced carbon emissions make for a greener planet.

How HEEHRA Empowers Low to Middle-Income Homeowners

Homeownership comes with its set of challenges, and for those in the low to middle-income bracket, the financial aspect is often at the forefront. If you fall into this category, the High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Act (HEEHRA) is more than just a rebate program; it’s an opportunity to make your home more energy-efficient, comfortable, and sustainable without breaking the bank.

Understanding HEEHRA in Simple Terms:

Imagine wanting to replace an old, inefficient appliance in your home, say your HVAC system. Traditionally, this would involve a significant out-of-pocket expense followed by a waiting period to get some money back via rebates. HEEHRA transforms this process. Instead of waiting, you get an instant discount, slashing the price right when you make the purchase.

How Do You Benefit from HEEHRA?

  1. Instant Savings on Purchase:

With HEEHRA, you don’t pay the full price and then wait for a cash-back rebate. Instead, you enjoy instant discounts, reducing your immediate financial outlay.

  1. Simplified, Hassle-Free Process:

Bypass the need for extensive paperwork and long waiting periods. Your discount is immediate and applied right at the purchase point.

Breaking Down the Savings for Low to Middle-Income Homes:

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Low-Income Homes (<80% Area Median Income – AMI):

Let’s say you’re a single parent, juggling multiple responsibilities. Your home’s old HVAC system is acting up, leading to high energy bills. With HEEHRA, you could get a brand new, energy-efficient Heat pump HVAC system, which might cost up to $8,000, fully covered. That’s zero dollars from your pocket!

Mid-Income Homes (80-150% AMI):

Picture a young couple, both working, with two kids. They’ve recently bought a home, and while the mortgage and expenses are manageable, there’s not much left for big upgrades. Under HEEHRA, if they decide to replace their HVAC system costing $8,000, they’d only pay $4,000. That’s a massive 50% saving!

Beyond Immediate Savings – The Long-Term Impact:

  • Reduced Monthly Bills: With energy-efficient appliances, you’ll notice a substantial drop in your monthly bills. Over a year, this can amount to significant savings, which can be used for other essential expenses or saved for future needs.
  • Increase in Property Value: Energy-efficient homes often command a higher resale value. If you ever decide to sell, your home with its upgraded, efficient systems could fetch a better price.
  • Health and Comfort: Energy-efficient systems, especially HVAC, often result in better air quality. This means fewer allergens, leading to a healthier living environment, especially beneficial if you have kids or elderly family members.
  • Environmental Contribution: By opting for energy-efficient systems, you’re reducing your carbon footprint, contributing positively to the environment. It’s a small but impactful step towards a more sustainable future.

HEEHRA Point of Sale Rebates

The Savings Breakdown for Hybrid Heat Pump Systems:

Low-Income Homes (<80% Area Median Income – AMI): Take Mrs. Johnson, living in Toledo. She’s been thinking of replacing her old heating system. With the HEEHRA incentives, she can opt for a state-of-the-art hybrid heat pump system, typically priced at $12,000. Thanks to the 100% rebate up to $8,000, her out-of-pocket cost is $4,000! That’s a full system upgrade without the hefty price tag.

Mid-Income Homes (80-150% AMI): The Martins, a middle-class family in Ann Arbor, are in need of a new heating system. Their combined income qualifies them for the mid-income bracket under HEEHRA. For the same $12,000 hybrid heat pump system, they’ll receive a 50% rebate, reducing their cost to just $6,000. This allows them to get a top-notch system for half its market price.

The Bigger Picture

Upgrading isn’t just about immediate savings. Energy-efficient appliances:
    • Lower monthly energy costs, providing ongoing savings.
    • Enhance home comfort.
    • Reduce environmental impact.

Other HEEHRA Supported Projects:

HEEHRA isn’t just about HVAC systems. It covers a broad spectrum of home electrification projects, enhancing overall energy efficiency:

    • Heat Pump Water Heater: Potentially save up to $1,750.
    • Electric Stove/Cooktop: Benefit from rebates up to $840.
    • Additional Offerings: From electric wiring, breaker boxes, to weatherization projects, HEEHRA’s holistic approach ensures households maximize energy savings across the board.

If you’re a homeowner contemplating an upgrade to your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, you’ll find that (HEEHRA) point-of-sale rebates can substantially reduce your immediate financial outlay. Unlike traditional rebates or tax credits, which necessitate paying the full cost upfront and then waiting for reimbursement, point-of-sale rebates offer an instant discount at the time you make the purchase. 

This immediate financial relief can make a higher-quality, more energy-efficient HVAC system more accessible to you. Moreover, this form of rebate eliminates the hassle of paperwork and waiting periods, making the process of upgrading your HVAC system both financially and operationally smoother. If you’ve not yet explored how point-of-sale rebates can benefit you in the HVAC space, you could be missing a significant opportunity to invest wisely in your home’s comfort and efficiency.

HEEHRA is a voluntary program that covers 100 percent of electrification project costs (up to $14,000) for low-income households and 50 percent of costs (up to $14,000) for moderate-income households.

Project costs will cover both purchase and installation costs. And, notably, these point-of-sale rebates will act as off-the-top discounts when a household makes the purchase.


Household Income Determines Benefits

Low Income Example:  

Total household income is under $63,040.

Is eligible for the Low-Income rebates and tax credits.

Purchases a qualifying Heat Pump system for $9,027.35.

Has an out-of-pocket installed cost of $1,027.35 after rebates.

Receives a federal tax credit up to $308.21.

Moderate Income Example: 

Total household income is between $63,040 to $118,200.

Is eligible for the Moderate-Income rebates and tax credits.

Purchases a qualifying Heat Pump system for $9,027.35.

Has an out-of-pocket installed cost of $4,513.68 after rebates.

Receives a federal tax credit up to $1,354.10.

Tax Credits Only Example: 

Total household income is above $118,200.

Is eligible for tax credits only.

Purchases a qualifying Heat Pump system $9,027.35.

Has an out-of-pocket installed cost of $7,027.35 after a $2,000 tax credit.


All rebates are expected to become available towards the end of 2023 or the beginning of 2024 and each state will be rolling out its incentive programs individually. As we learn more about how Michigan and Ohio will move forward, we will keep you updated on how we can help you claim your rebate. These details may come later this year. In the meantime, if you’d like to talk through your options, feel free to give us a call! It’s not too early to begin planning for the future.


First, keep in mind that you can begin to receive tax credits on January 1, 2023. In the year following your project, you can claim 30% of your project costs (up to the maximum amount) when you file your 2023 taxes.


The Inflation Reduction Act tax credits are available to all incomes and can be combined with rebates. Simply put, it’s savings everyone can benefit from, regardless of household income! Between 2023 and 2031, you can claim 30% of the cost of qualified electrification projects as tax credits on your annual taxes. Here’s what’s included:

  • Heat Pumps – Mini-splits and split units (Available 2023 through 2031)
    • All income levels will receive 30% of the cost up to $2,000.
  • Heat Pump Water Heater (Available 2023 to 2031)
    • All income levels will receive 30% of the cost up to $2,000.
  • Tankless Water Heater (Energy Star rated)
    • All income levels will receive 30% of the cost up to $600.
  • Tank Water Heater (Energy Star rated)
    • All income levels will receive 30% of the cost up to $600.
  • Tankless Boiler Units (Energy Star rated)
    • All income levels will receive 30% of the cost up to $600.
  • Residential Furnace (Energy Star rated)
    • All income levels will receive 30% of the cost up to $600.
  • Air Conditioner (Energy Star rated)
    • All income levels will receive 30% of the cost up to $600.
  • Geothermal Heat Pumps (Available now to 2031)
    • All income levels will receive 30% of the cost of install (no limit).
  • Electric Upgrades (Available 2023 to 2031)
    Must be related to a qualified energy efficiency improvement. 
    • All income levels will receive 30% of the cost up to $600 for panel upgrades.

The overall total limit for an efficiency tax credit in one year is $3,200.

This breaks down to a total limit of $1,200 for any combination of home envelope improvements (windows/doors/skylights, insulation, electrical) plus furnaces, boilers, and central air conditioners.

Any combination of heat pumps, heat pump water heaters and biomass stoves/boilers are subject to an annual total limit of $2,000.

Call us to learn more or to reserve your rebates and be in the front of the line.

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