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Regional Heat Pump Promotion

Save over 50% on a new heat pump or ductless heat pump

Stay cool during hot summers, warm in the winter, and reduce heating and cooling costs by as much as 40–60%*. Energy Trust of Oregon and select contractors are working together to bring you discounts of up to $4,000 for ducted heat pump systems and up to $3,500 for ductless heat pumps.

Work with one of our participating trade ally contractors and incentives will be paid directly to your contractor who will deduct the incentive amount from your invoice, reducing your out-of-pocket costs.

Establish your eligibility

You must live in Oregon using electricity provided by Pacific Power and work with one of our selected trade allies.

  1. Select one of the following participating Energy Trust trade ally contractors.

    EASTERN OREGON

    All Air HVAC Service
    541.962.0452 (Wallowa County)
    allairhvac.biz

    Blue Mountain Electric
    541.215.1722 (Gilliam/Morrow/Umatilla/Wallowa)
    www.bluemountainelectricllc.com

    Eastern Oregon Heating and Air Conditioning
    541.567.3095 (Hermiston/Pendleton/Arlington)
    easternoregonheating.com

    Eclipse Heating and Cooling LLC
    541.564.1031 (Morrow/Umatilla)
    eclipseheatingandcooling.com

    Ed Staub & Sons
    541.263.1095 (Wallowa)
    edstaub.com

    Gordon’s Heating & Cooling Inc.
    541.567.0114 (Hermiston)
    541.276.3154 (Pendleton)
    gordonsheating.com
    Se habla español

    Greater Purpose Heating & Cooling
    541.571.0585 (Umatilla/Hermiston)
    greaterpurposehc.com
    Se habla español

    Pine Ridge Contracting
    541.771.4843 (Wallowa County)

    Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning
    541.963.4316 (Wallowa County)
    scottsac.com

    The Stove Store
    541.886.3000 (Wallowa County)

    Total Comfort Solutions
    509.676.4215 (Umatilla/Morrow Counties)
    wallawallahvaccontractor.com

    Total Quality Air
    509.205.1592 (Pendleton/Milton-Freewater/Hermiston)
    tricitiesheatingandair.com
    Se habla español

    Wallowa County Grain Growers
    541-426-3116 (Wallowa County)
    graingrowersonline.com

    COOS COUNTY

    Alpha Heating and air
    541.329.5536 (Coos County)
    alphaheatac.com

    Gideon’s Minisplits
    541. 551.5483 (Coos County)
    gideonsminisplits.com

    Mahalo Heating & Air Conditioning LLC
    541.672.6707 (Coos County)
    mahaloheatingandairconditioning.com

    Pacific Air Comfort
    541.267.5916 (Coos County)
    pacificaircomfort.com

    Volt Electric
    541.9688.658 (Coos County)

  2. After installation, your contractor will submit your signed incentive application.

    Your contractor will deduct your incentive amount from your invoice, reducing your out-of-pocket expenses. You are responsible for paying the balance of the invoice. Your contractor will then submit all required paperwork to Energy Trust on your behalf, and Energy Trust will reimburse your contractor directly for these incentives.

Manufactured Homes

Heat Pumps Incentive* Requirements
Heat pump (ducted) $4,000
  • Manufactured home built in or after 1985
  • Currently uses electric forced-air furnace as primary heat source
  • Pacific Power customer
  • Must use approved contractor
Ductless heat pump $3,500
  • Currently uses electric forced-air furnace or zonal heat as primary heat source
  • Pacific Power customer
  • Must use approved contractor
  • Limited to single-head interior systems in primary living space
Extended capacity heat pump $2,000
  • Pacific Power customer
  • Must use approved contractor
  • Unit must be included in Energy Trust’s list of qualifying products. Controls must be set with an auxiliary heat lockout setting when available
  • Heat pump cannot have a backup gas heating system.
Extended capacity heat pump replacing forced air furnace as primary heat source $4,000
  • Currently uses electric forced-air furnace primary heat source
  • Pacific Power customer
  • Must use approved contractor
  • Unit must be included in Energy Trust’s list of qualifying products. Controls must be set with an auxiliary heat lockout setting when available
  • Heat pump cannot have a backup gas heating system

Single Family Homes

Heat Pumps Incentive Requirements
Heat pump (ducted) $4,000
  • Currently uses electric forced-air furnace as primary heat source
  • Pacific Power customer
  • Must use approved contractor
Ductless heat pump replacing electric forced-air furnace $3,500
  • Currently uses electric forced-air furnace as primary heat source
  • Pacific Power customer
  • Must use approved contractor
  • Limited to single-head interior systems in primary living space
Ductless heat pump replacing electric zonal heat $2,900
  • Currently uses electric zonal heat as primary heat source
  • Pacific Power customer
  • Must use approved contractor
  • Limited to single-head interior systems in primary living space
Extended capacity heat pump $2,000
  • Pacific Power customer
  • Must use approved contractor
  • Unit must be included in Energy Trust’s list of qualifying products. Controls must be set with an auxiliary heat lockout setting when available
  • Heat pump cannot have a backup gas heating system.
Extended capacity heat pump replacing forced air furnace as primary heat source $4,000
  • Currently uses electric forced-air furnace primary heat source
  • Pacific Power customer
  • Must use approved contractor
  • Unit must be included in Energy Trust’s list of qualifying products. Controls must be set with an auxiliary heat lockout setting when available
  • Heat pump cannot have a backup gas heating system

Multifamily properties (duplex, triplex, fourplex or side-by-side units such as a townhome or rowhouse)

Heat Pumps Incentive Requirements
Heat pump (ducted) $4,000
  • Replaces electric forced-air furnace as primary heat source
  • 7.5 HSPF or higher
  • Pacific Power customer
  • Must use approved contractor
Ductless heat pump $1,800
  • Replaces electric zonal heating as primary heat source
  • Pacific Power customer
  • Must use approved contractor
  • Limited to single-head interior systems in primary living space
Extended capacity heat pump $2,000
  • Pacific Power customer
  • Must use approved contractor
  • Unit must be included in Energy Trust’s list of qualifying products. Controls must be set with an auxiliary heat lockout setting when available
  • Heat pump cannot have a backup gas heating system.
Extended capacity heat pump replacing forced air furnace as primary heat source $4,000
  • Currently uses electric forced-air furnace primary heat source
  • Pacific Power customer
  • Must use approved contractor
  • Unit must be included in Energy Trust’s list of qualifying products. Controls must be set with an auxiliary heat lockout setting when available
  • Heat pump cannot have a backup gas heating system

*Incentives will be paid directly to your contractor, who will deduct the incentive amount from your invoice, reducing your out-of-pocket costs. You are responsible for paying the balance of the invoice.

How do I know if a ducted or ductless heat pump will be better for my home?

Ductless heat pumps are a highly efficient way to provide heating and cooling to your home, and installation is easy. A single indoor ductless unit can heat and cool a large living space, making these systems especially suitable for homes with open floor plans. Operating entirely without ductwork, they eliminate any potential energy loss from leaky or unsealed ducts (which can account for 15–20% of heat loss in a home) and can make your home more comfortable while lowering your energy costs.

ducted heat pump works in weather conditions down to about 35° F unassisted, and down to about 20° F with support from a backup electric furnace. Ducted systems may be suitable for homes with ducts in adequate/good repair that were built in or after 1985. They are a better choice for homes with closed floor plans.

Your contractor will work with you to determine which type of heat pump is best suited for your home.

What if my home requires a larger heating system that is not eligible for this promotion?

This promotion may not meet the needs of every home. In some cases, larger system sizes or multi-head systems are needed to heat or cool other areas of the home. Learn more about incentives for these systems.

What are heat pump controls?

Heat pump controls prevent your system from turning on when it’s not needed. Installing heat pump controls for your existing ducted heat pump system can save up to $100 on annual heating costs and help you maintain a comfortable home.

Are there other resources available to help make my home more efficient?

Depending on household income, customers may qualify for free energy upgrade assistance programs available through local community action agencies and other community service providers. Learn more about free weatherization and heating equipment programs available for income-qualified households.

Questions?

Give us a call at 1.866.368.7878.