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Rebates

Utility rebates may be available depending on your equipment and your utility company. Some rebates are available for as long as funding lasts so make sure to speak to your Day Heating representative to find out about all the incentives and rebates that are available to you. Rebates and tax credits are constantly changing, and while we do our best to keep up with them and post the details here, we cannot guarantee that the incentives shown here encompass all those available for you area, utility and equipment selection.

2015 Federal Tax Credits Available for Qualifying Residential Systems

At this point in the year, the only currently active federal tax credit is for geothermal heat pumps. You will need to download and fill out IRS Form 5695. If you need a copy of your original invoice, please contact our office. Consult with your tax advisor to determine your eligibility.

Maximum Tax Credit Available

Product Type

Efficiency Requirements

No Cap

Geothermal (Closed Loop)

EER ≥ 14.1 / COP ≥ 3.3

No Cap

Geothermal (Open Loop)

EER ≥ 16.2 / COP ≥ 3.6

 

2015 State Tax Credits Available for Qualifying Residential Systems

State tax credits have changed again from 2014 and prior years – please consult your personal tax professional to determine your current eligibility.

Many of the credits have detailed requirements that could not be listed here in their entirety. Please see http://www.oregon.gov/ENERGY/RESIDENTIAL/residential_energy_tax_credits.shtml for detailed requirements.

Maximum Tax Credit Available

Product Type

Efficiency Requirements

$245

Tankless water heaters

82% - 85% AFUE

$1,125

Split system heat pump

Rebate tiered based on HSPF efficiencies between 9 and 13 and unit capacity

$352 - 95%-96.9%

$492 - 97% or greater

Gas furnace

95% AFUE, ECM fan motor and ducted outdoor combustion air

$625 (Auxiliary)

Ductless heat pump

Inverter technology compressor, installation by factory trained technician, rebate tiered based on HSPF and unit capacity

*Auxiliary means adding to a previously underconditioned space which has been converted to be part of the residential dwelling.

$1,300

Ductless heat pump

Inverter technology compressor, installation by factory trained technician, rebate tiered based on HSPF and unit capacity

$900

Geothermal (Closed Loop)

Rebate tiered based on unit capacity, 3.3 COP

$0

Geothermal (Open Loop)**

Does not qualify

 

2014 Federal Tax Credits Available for Qualifying Residential Systems

The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 expired at the end of 2013. On December 19th, 2014, the President signed into effect the Tax Increase Prevention Act and it has retroactively restored 25C to cover January 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014. You will need to download and fill out IRS Form 5695. If you need a copy of your original invoice, please contact our office. Consult with your tax advisor to determine your eligibility.

Maximum Tax Credit Available

Product Type

Efficiency Requirements

$150

Furnaces/Boilers

Natural gas, propane, or oil with an AFUE of not less than 95

$300

AC and HP

Split system central air conditioners that achieve 16 SEER and 13 EER
Packaged central air conditioners that achieve 14 SEER and 12 EER
Split system electric heat pumps that achieve 8.5 HSPF, 12.5 EER, and
15 SEER
Packaged electric heat pumps that achieve 8.0 HSPF, 12.0 EER, and
14 SEER

$50

Advanced Main
Air Circulating
Fan

A fan used in a natural gas, propane, or oil furnace with an annual
electricity use of no more than 2 percent of the total energy use of the
furnace

No Cap

Geothermal (Closed Loop)

EER ≥ 14.1 / COP ≥ 3.3

No Cap

Geothermal (Open Loop)

EER ≥ 16.2 / COP ≥ 3.6

 

2014 State Tax Credits Available for Qualifying Residential Systems

Tax credits seem to be constantly changing – please consult your personal tax professional to determine your current eligibility.

Many of the credits have detailed requirements that could not be listed here in their entirety. Please see http://www.oregon.gov/ENERGY/RESIDENTIAL/residential_energy_tax_credits.shtml for detailed requirements.

Maximum Tax Credit Available

Product Type

Efficiency Requirements

$246

Tankless water heaters

82% AFUE

$1,500

Split system heat pump

Rebate tiered based on HSPF efficiencies between 9 and 13 and unit capacity

$352 - 95%-96.9%

$492 - 97% or greater

Gas furnace

95% AFUE, ECM fan motor and ducted outdoor combustion air

$1,500

Ductless heat pump

Inverter technology compressor, installation by factory trained technician, rebate tiered based on HSPF and unit capacity

$900

Geothermal (Closed Loop)

Rebate tiered based on unit capacity, 3.3 COP

$0

Geothermal (Open Loop)**

Does not qualify

 

2013 Federal Tax Credits Available for Qualifying Residential Systems

The recently passed American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 retroactively reinstates the §25C tax credits for highly efficient HVAC and water heating equipment that expired at the end of 2011. Specifically, the Act extends the tax credits that expired at the end of 2011 retroactively to January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2013 for qualified equipment pursuant to Section 25C of the Internal Revenue Code. Because the tax credits were made retroactive to January 1, 2012, they can be used for qualified equipment that was purchased and installed any time after December 31, 2011. You will need to download and fill out IRS Form 5695. If you need a copy of your original invoice, please contact our office. Consult with your tax advisor to determine your eligibility.

Maximum Tax Credit Available

Product Type

Efficiency Requirements

$150

Furnaces/Boilers

Natural gas, propane, or oil with an AFUE of not less than 95

$300

AC and HP

Split system central air conditioners that achieve 16 SEER and 13 EER
Packaged central air conditioners that achieve 14 SEER and 12 EER
Split system electric heat pumps that achieve 8.5 HSPF, 12.5 EER, and
15 SEER
Packaged electric heat pumps that achieve 8.0 HSPF, 12.0 EER, and
14 SEER

$50

Advanced Main
Air Circulating
Fan

A fan used in a natural gas, propane, or oil furnace with an annual
electricity use of no more than 2 percent of the total energy use of the
furnace

No Cap

Geothermal (Closed Loop)

EER ≥ 14.1 / COP ≥ 3.3

No Cap

Geothermal (Open Loop)

EER ≥ 16.2 / COP ≥ 3.6

 

2013 State Tax Credits Available for Qualifying Residential Systems

Many tax credits changed at the end of 2012 – please consult your personal tax professional to determine your current eligibility.

Many of the credits have detailed requirements that could not be listed here in their entirety. Please see http://www.oregon.gov/ENERGY/RESIDENTIAL/residential_energy_tax_credits.shtml for detailed requirements.

Maximum Tax Credit Available

Product Type

Efficiency Requirements

$246

Tankless water heaters

82% AFUE

$645

Split system heat pump

Rebate tiered based on HSPF efficiencies between 9 and 10, and EER efficiencies between 12 and 13

$352 - 95%-96.9%

$492 - 97% or greater

Gas furnace

95% AFUE, ECM fan motor and ducted outdoor combustion air

$1,500

Ductless heat pump

Inverter technology compressor, installation by factory trained technician, rebate tiered based on HSPF and unit capacity

$900

Geothermal (Closed Loop)

Rebate tiered based on unit capacity, 3.3 COP

$0

Geothermal (Open Loop)**

Does not qualify