Heat Pump Water Heater

Consumers Power is now offering incentives for new construction or switching from an electric storage water heater to a new heat pump water heater.

Heat pump water heaters use the energy efficiency technology of a heat pump to reduce the overall energy usage for your everyday hot water needs.

Along with completing the rebate form, please submit any invoices and/or purchase receipts (must contain model number of tank) for both the installation and purchase of the tank to be eligible for the rebate. Homes converting from gas water heater do not qualify for this rebate. Limit of one rebate per home.

Rebate Amount:

Tier 1 $300
Tier 2 and above $600

Special Limited Time Program – Savings on Heat Pump Water Heaters!

Save now with a $600 rebate instantly through this special online offer. The prices have already been reduced to reflect the rebate so there’s no paperwork for you to fill out. PLUS, free curbside delivery to your home is included (and these water heaters qualify for a $300 federal tax credit)! Visit https://www.gpconservation.com/cpi/ for more information.

This rebate program is based on the availability of funds and subject to change at any time without notice.

How do heat pump water heaters work?

Heat pump water heaters work like a refrigerator, but in reverse – while a refrigerator pushes heat from inside the unit out to the air around it, a heat pump water heaters pull warmth from the surrounding air and transfers it to water held in the storage tank. Heat pump water heaters also retain the same ability to heat with elements just as standard water heaters do and are often referred to as “Hybrid” water heaters.

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Where can I install a heat pump water heater?

Heat pump water heaters can be installed in a variety of heated and unheated locations such as a garage, basement or utility room.

Take Advantage Of An Existing Location

Many heat pump water heaters can be installed in the same spot as current standard electric water heaters and take advantage of existing connections (cold water supply, hot water outlet, electrical connection, temperature/pressure relief valve, and drain).

Things To Consider

Sound – Heat pump water heaters generate sounds similar to a small electric fan, this is simply the sound of energy-efficient hot water.

Cold air – While in operation, heat pump water heaters release cool, dry air into the surrounding space. This air can be ducted out of the installation area if desired.

Size/height – Heat pump water heaters are slightly larger than standard electric water heaters.

Rebate amounts and program requirements are subject to change without notice. All homes or businesses are subject to inspection and usage data analyzed by participating in energy efficiency programs. Any rebates will be applied to past due amounts owed CPI before payment is issued.