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If you are installing a cold climate ASHP in new construction, please check here to see if the customer qualifies for additional incentives in our Residential New Construction Energy Efficiency program!
HVAC Rebate Summary
|Air Source Heat Pump - Ducted||Must meet ENERGY STAR specifications||$400|
|Air Source Heat Pump - Ductless||Must meet ENERGY STAR specifications||$400|
|Cold Climate Air Source Heat Pump - Ducted||HSPF >=9, SEER >= 15, COP >= 1.75 at 5°F (Listed on NEEP's Cold Climate Lookup Site - below)||
|Cold Climate Air Source Heat Pump - Ductless||HSPF >=10, SEER >= 15, COP >= 1.75 at 5°F (Listed on NEEP's Cold Climate Lookup Site - below); Requires existing electric heat or new construction||
|Air Source Heat Pump - Ducted (Non-ENERGY STAR)||$50|
|Ground Source Heat Pump||ENERGY STAR® certified; Requires existing electric heat or new construction; New and replacement systems are eligible; Max rebate up to 50% of the total installation cost.||
Master System Installer certified through MNGHPA: $1000/Ton
Non-Master System Installer certified contractors: $800/Ton
|ECM - Replacement Motor||New electronically commutated motor (ECM) in an existing furnace or air handler||$100|
|ECM - Circulator Pump||New ECM circulator (pumps); Must be variable speed and less than 1hp||$200|
|Low Voltage Wi-Fi connected Smart Thermostat||Thermostat allowing remote control from phone or computer; Must control an electric heat source; Limit 1 smart thermostat rebate per household||$50|
|Line Voltage Wi-Fi connected Smart Thermostat||Thermostat allowing remote control from phone or computer; Must control an electric heat source, most commonly baseboard heaters.||$50|
|Line Voltage Programmable Thermostat||Non-internet connected thermostat enables preset heating schedules; Must control an electric heat source, most commonly baseboard heaters.||$50|
Minnesota Power will be using NEEP efficiency specifications to qualify ASHP as cold climate. This aligns us with a national standard and will allow the use of NEEP’s Cold Climate Heat Pump Lookup site as a reliable way to verify equipment eligibility. If you can find a model on this site, it will qualify for our Cold Climate rebates.
Contractor Connect Newsletter
Minnesota Power is offering cooperative advertising support to help you promote qualified HVAC products. Follow the advertising guidelines and set your company apart from the competition. Eligible media includes, but is not limited to: ad circulars, newspaper, radio, direct mail, and TV. Minnesota Power also offers Social Media and Post Card advertising templates for free. Use the template link below to view what’s available!
Minnesota Power will pay up to 75% of the cost of advertising dedicated to qualified HVAC products, up to a total of $1,000 per year. View the Cooperative Advertising Form for program details.
HVAC Program Overviews with Participation Requirements
2022 February Contractor Training
Minnesota Power Program Overview | Jon Sullivan, Minnesota Power
Why Do Air Source Heat Pumps Matter - Global and National Trends | Jonathan Moscatello, Daikin
Why Do Air Source Heat Pumps Matter - Regional Trends | Kevin DeMaster, Mitsubishi
Do Air Source Heat Pumps Work In Our Climate | Rabi Vandergon, CEE
Air Source Heat Pump Use Cases and Installation Considerations | Mark Knutson, Mitsubishi
Air Source Heat Pump Application Types and Fuel Cost Implications | Emily McPherson, CEE
2022 Rebate Processing Training
2022 Rebate Processing Training
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