Rebates

Please contact us prior to filling out any rebate forms to see which rebates are available and the requirements needed to receive an incentive payment.

Please contact us regarding agricultural rebate opportunities.

Please Note: Only the following Rebate Forms will be accepted. Certain installations must be done by certified technicians to be eligible for rebates. See certification requirements specific to each rebate below.

Ductless Heat Pump System Rebate

Requirements

To qualify for a rebate, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Existing homes conditioned by zonal or forced-air electric resistance heat as the primary heating source – No other heating sources are eligible
  • A failed heat pump system operating with electric resistance back-up heat is not considered electric resistance for the purposes of meeting pre-condition requirements
  • Heating seasonal performance factor (HSPF): DHPs or Ducted Mini-Split must be a split system heat pump employing an inverter-driven outdoor compressor with inverter-driven or variable-speed indoor blower rated with a HSPF2 rating that meets federal minimum requirements by the Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI). HSPF2 apply to units manufactured after January 1, 2023 based on DOE’s change tot he national standard testing methodology. If a unit was manufactured before January 1, 2023, it must meet the equivalent federal minimum efficiency standard for HSPF per the AHRI certificate.
  • Must be installed by a licensed contractor and include invoice showing manufacturer, model number, type, size and quantity of equipment or product installed

Apply for a Ductless Heat Pump System Rebate

Ductless Heat Pump System Installation Agreement

Air Source Heat Pump Rebate

Requirements

To qualify for a rebate, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Must be an existing home with an electric resistance heat forced air furnace as the primary heating source. No other heating sources are eligible
  • Units must be rated as having a HSPF2 and a SEER2 efficiency rating meets the federal minimum standards according to the AHRI certificate. HSPF2 and a SEER2 apply to units manufactured after January 1,2023 based on DOE’s change to the national standard testing methodology. If a unit was manufactured before January 1, 2023, it must meet the current federal minimum efficiency standard for HSPF and SEER per the AHRI certificate
  • Install the system in our service territory
  • Attach a copy of the invoice listing the manufacturer (brand name), model number, type, size, cost of the system, and AHRI certificate
  • Have your installer sign this form verifying that it meets the specifications above

Variable Speed Air Source Heat Pump Upgrades

  • Variable Speed Air Source Heat pump upgrades include adding a variable speed air source heat pump to any existing heating source or replacing an existing heat pump. Please contact us at 406-961-3001 or email us at rebates@turbo6.net to verify if your VSASHP is eligible for an upgrade rebate.

 

 

How the Air Source Heat Pump Works

Graphic of how an air source heat pump works:

Apply for an Air Source Heat Pump Rebate

Air Source Heat Pump Installation Agreement

 

Ground Source/Geo-Thermal Heat Pump Rebate

Requirements

To qualify for a rebate, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Install the system in our service territory
  • The measure is available for existing or new single-family homes only
  • All system components must be newly installed – The replacement of an existing geothermal unit or the thermal exchange loop does not qualify
  • Geothermal heat pump systems must be ENERGY STAR qualified and installed according to the IGSHPA specifications available at the time of installation by a IGSPHA-certified technician
  • Read the agreement form for a complete listing of qualifications necessary to qualify for the rebate
  • The installer must fill out a rebate form and submit it to Ravalli Electric Co-op

Apply for a Ground Source/Geo-Thermal Heat Pump Rebate

Geo-Thermal/Ground Source Heat Pump Installation Agreement

 

Heat Pump Water Heater

Requirements

  • Heat Pump Water Heater (HPWH) must be listed on the BPA Qualified Products List (PDF)
  • HPWH may be all tiers for 40 gallon, and must be tier 3 or 4 for 50 gallon and above. Split system HPWH’s can be any tank size. All HPWH’s must be installed to manufacturer specifications
  • The installer must submit a completed and signed rebate form
  • In addition, must provide an invoice with the manufacturer, model number, size, and quantity of equipment installed – Also, the purchase date and cost of HPWH

Apply for a Heat Pump Water Heater Rebate

Heat Pump Water Heater Installation Form