Energy Trust Incentives
Energy Trust offers an $800 cash incentive per home.
To qualify for this incentive:
- Home must use permanently installed electric resistance heat* as the primary heat source
- Ductless heat pump must replace electric resistance heat in the main area of the home
- Newly built homes, new additions and homes with existing heat pumps, boilers or gas furnaces do not qualify for this incentive
- Ductless heat pump must have a HSPF of 9.0 or greater
- Ductless heat pump must be inverter-driven with a minimum five-year warranty
- Ductless heat pump must meet the specifications of Energy Trust's Specifications Manual
- Ductless heat pump must be installed by a contractor who is trained by the manufacturer on the specific heat pump brand and who attended a NW Ductless Heat Pump Project orientation webinar. View a list of qualified contractors.
*Examples of electric resistance heat include baseboards, ceiling heat, wall heat and electric forced-air furnaces.
Moderate-income residents in Oregon who participate in Savings Within Reach are eligible to receive an increased cash incentive when a qualifying heat pump is installed by a participating contractor. Special requirements apply. See all available cash incentives for moderate-income residents.
Oregon residential energy tax credit: An Oregon tax credit may be available. View availability and requirements. Ask your tax professional for complete details.
Federal energy tax credit: A federal tax credit may be available. View availability and requirements. Ask your tax professional for complete details.
Customers in Oregon who heat their homes with electricity from Portland General Electric or Pacific Power can participate.
Newly built homes, new additions and homes with existing heat pumps, gas furnaces or boilers do not qualify.
Incentives are not intended to influence consumer decisions on fuel sources.
Apply online, or mail or fax your completed Energy Trust Form 320C (PDF | Doc), along with your contractor’s invoice, marked “paid in full.”