Air-to-Water Heat Pump (AWHP) Rebate


Available on purchases made Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, 2024

Participating Contractors | Participating Utilities

Minnesota Power offers a rebate on Air-to-Water Heat Pumps. These systems can increase the efficiency of your boiler-based heating system.

How to Get Your $400/ton Rebate on an Air-to-Water Heat Pump:

  • Purchase and have a new Air-to-Water Heat Pump installed by December 31, 2024. A program participating contractor will provide proper installation services.
  • You must use a program participating contractor to qualify for the rebate. Contractors will complete the paperwork necessary for the rebate*.

Important Notes:

  • Must be new construction/addition or replacing an electric heat source.
  • Also includes the replacement of non-working and working ASHPs.
  • Unit must have a 1.7 or greater Coefficient of Performance (COP) at an A5W110.
  • Review our qualified equipment list to verify Air-to-Water Heat Pump equipment eligibility here.
  • Qualifying equipment does not include reconditioned or resale equipment.
  • You must be a residential retail customer of a participating utility.
  • The system must be installed by a program participating contractor. Click here for a directory of Minnesota Power's participating contractors.
  • Expect your rebate check in 8–10 weeks.
  • For questions about the status of your rebate, please call 1-855-669-8196.

* Minnesota Power and participating municipal utilities, by providing these rebates, do not warrant the equipment or the work of the contractor and are not responsible for any personal injury or damage caused by the equipment. The sponsoring utilities reserve the right to withdraw the offer without notice. Rebate is subject to homeowners working with a participating contractor and to the contractor meeting performance standards. The contractor will file the rebate for you. Rebate cannot exceed total project cost including product and labor.

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