The Most Advanced Heating & Cooling System Available
With more than 55 percent of annual household energy expenses attributed to heating and cooling, energy experts recommend heat pumps because they are the most economical way to keep your home comfortable year-round. Choosing an energy efficient heat pump is the best purchase you can make for your home. In fact, a heat pump is an ideal heating and cooling option for almost any building.
A heat pump is basically an air system with a reversing valve. These systems use electricity to move the heat found naturally in the air or ground to keep your home or business comfortable year-round. During the cooling season, a heat pump moves warm air out of your home creating a cool indoor environment just like an air conditioner. During the heating season, a heat pump extracts warm air from outside or beneath the ground and moves it into your home.
Choosing the Right System for You
Heat Pump Rebate Program
Please check with United Power’s Energy Management team for details on SEER rating requirements before making any purchases. Once equipment is installed, please contact Energy Management at 303-659-0551 to schedule an inspection. United Power’s Energy Management team will complete your rebate application paperwork.
|Heat Pump Air Conditioners||Tri-State G&T Rebate||United Power Rebate|
|Ground-Source Heat Pump - New Installation
Closed-Loop System (Minimum 3/4 ton)
|Ground-Source Heat Pump - Replacement only Closed-Loop System (Minimum 3/4 ton)||$250/ton||$200/ton|
|Air-Source Heat Pump (15-17 SEER)||$300/ton**||$100/ton*|
|Air-Source Heat Pump Greater than 17 SEER||$450/ton**||$100/ton*|
|Air Source Heat Pump with Integrated Controlled ETS Backup||$100/ton||Not applicable|
|Terminal Unit – 12,000 BTU/hour min.||$85/unit||$75/unit|
Air-Source Heat Pump min. 15 SEER, 1 ton.
Rebates must be requested within 120 days of installation and require
an on-site inspection by United Power’s Energy Management Team.
An invoice detailing equipment brand, model number, and equipment and labor costs is required to issue heat pump rebates.
*For applications where more than 10 units are installed in one facility, the incentive is negotiable and budgetary constraints may apply.
**Rebate amount not to exceed 50% of equipment cost.