Up to 100% paid by Chelan PUD
Better air quality
Get better equipment for less than you’d pay for standard heating and cooling gear with incentives from Chelan PUD—we’ll pay up to 100% for your new, installed, efficient ductless heat pump.
Heating, ventilation and cooling is likely one of your largest building expenses, but it doesn’t have to be. HVAC equipment and ongoing maintenance costs thousands, and the average business spends about half of its energy bills just to heat and cool.
Ductless heat pumps are two to three times more efficient than standard electric-resistance heaters, so you’ll save on your bills for years.
Chelan PUD offers two energy-efficient ductless heat pump incentives: Conversion and Upgrade.
$2,000 per ton
You have an electric-resistance zonal or forced-air furnace and want a ductless heat pump (DHP)
$300 per ton
You have a DHP and want a more energy efficient model, or are adding a DHP to new construction
These PUD incentives often pay for your full project costs, with nothing out of pocket to you. Just in case, any upgrades beyond PUD incentives qualify for low-rate EnergySmart financing.
Is your building eligible for a Conversion or Upgrade incentive?
1. Your Space and Heating
For a Conversion Incentive:
For an Upgrade Incentive:
Either of the following apply:
2. New Ductless Heat Pump
1. Install Your Ductless Heat Pump
Work with your contractor to make sure an eligible ductless heat pump is installed.
2. Send in Paperwork
Gather your paperwork and send them (or as your contractor to submit them) to email@example.com or:
Chelan County PUD
PO Box 1231
Wenatchee, WA 98807-1231
What Happens Next?
We'll review your paperwork, and contact you if anything is missing or we need more information.
With your paperwork complete, we might schedule an inspection to make sure your ductless heat pump was installed correctly.
If all checks out, you'll receive your incentive payment in the mail, or we can pay your HVAC contractor directly.
We're Here for You
Questions? Talk with Scott Stanford, Chelan PUD commercial energy advisor. Call (509) 661-4187 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.