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Klickitat PUD

Do you have an outdated or inefficient heating and cooling system?


Ask about todays energy efficient technologies and associated rebates and start enjoying comfort and savings.

Forms that apply to this entire section:

Heating & Cooling Rebate Packet
HVAC Rebate Application_2023
Contractor List_011724 or visit Comfort Ready Home-KPUD Vendor List

Ductless or Ducted Mini-Split Heat Pumps

Minimum criteria listed below:

Measure Rating      Rebate   

Approved Ductless and
Ducted Mini-Split Heat Pumps

Minimum 7.5 HSPF2 Must meet federal minimum requirements              

  • Qualifying homes are existing single-family or existing and new manufactured homes.
  • Installations must be performed by a KPUD approved contractor.
  • Refer to the Heating & Cooling rebate packet above for program details.

Contractor Ductless Install Form

DHP Users Guide

Smart Thermostats Rebate $140 

Nothing says modern comfort like a smart thermostat that lets you control your homes heating and cooling from anywhere. Qualifying homes must  have electric forced air furnace or air source heat pump as the primary heating system and is available for single family and manufactured homes.

Qualifying product must be listed on the BPA Smart Thermostat Products list

How can I get a FREE Google Nest Thermostat:

Turn up your savings at no cost! We are offering a Google Nest Thermostat at NO COST to active customers. Simply sign up and our fulfillment partner will send your thermostat to your door. 

This offer is available to KPUD residential customers with either an electric furnace or ducted air-source heat pump as their homes heating system.

Limited to one thermostat per household

Before ordering, please step through the Compatibility Checker within the link provided below

Click Here to Order Free Google Nest Thermostat Website

Smart Thermostat Rebate Packet_Free Promotion
Smart T-Stat Qualified Product List_100123

Air Source Heat Pump

Minimum criteria listed below:

Measure Rating      Rebate   
Air Source Heat Pump: UPGRADE to Variable Speed Heat Pump Only (from existing heat pump) Minimum federal standards must be met
Example 7.5 HSPF2, 13.4 SEER2
Air Source Heat Pump: CONVERSION from Electric Forced Air Furnace Only
(standard or variable speed models)

Minimum federal standards must be met
Example 7.5 HSPF2, 13.4 SEER2
Ground Source Heat Pumps  Ask for details  $500-$3000
Prescriptive Duct Sealing: Single Family & Manufactured Homes Ask for details  $250
  • Refer to the Heating & Cooling rebate packet above for eligibility requirements.
  • Installations must be performed by a Washington State licensed installer.
  • Heat pumps may require Duct Sealing which may not be eligible for additional rebate.
  • All installations must be per BPA standards and installed by KPUD approved vendors.

Duct Sealing

In houses with forced-air heating and cooling systems, ducts are used to distribute conditioned air throughout the house. In a typical house, however, about 20 percent of the air that moves through the duct system is lost due to leaks, holes, and poorly connected ducts. The result is higher utility bills and difficulty keeping the house comfortable, no matter how the thermostat is set. A duct system that is well-designed and properly sealed can make your home more comfortable, and energy efficient.

Refer to the Heating & Cooling rebate packet above for eligibility and requirements

Ground  Source Heat Pump

KPUD will pay up to a $3,000 rebate on approved Ground Source Heat Pumps. Some restrictions do apply. Minimum criteria listed below:

  • This rebate is available for single family homes and some new construction that currently heat with electric.
  • Ground source heat pump must be installed by a IGSHPA certified technician.
  • Ground source heat pump must be Energy Star qualified.
Ground Source HP Rebate Packet
GSHP-Installer Project Form

For more information on heat pump rebates contact the Energy Services Specialist, Anita Clever 509-773-7622


KPUD reserves the right to make changes based on BPA changes and is subject to the availability of funds.