Heat Pump Water Heater Rebates

Overview

Water heaters are typically the second highest source of energy use in your home behind heating and cooling systems. If you currently have a standard electric water heater, you can reduce your hot water costs by up to 60% by installing a heat pump water heater (HPWH). That means greater energy efficiency and big savings on your utility bill. HPWHs have similar tank sizes compared with standard electric water heaters and feature the same range of temperature adjustments.

To help you decide whether switching to a HPWH is right for your home, here is an easy-to-use interactive tool.

Heat Pump Water Heater Rebate Details*

We offer eligible property owners a $500 rebate towards the purchase and installation of a qualifying HPWH in a home or rental property up to four units. There is a limit of one rebate per HPWH or a maximum of two rebates per home or living unit. Additional rebates may also be available from product manufacturers, so talk with a licensed contractor for details.

Rebate Requirements

If you are installing the HPWH yourself, in addition to the above requirements:

  • You must submit copies of product receipts or invoices
  • Rebate applies only to materials, not labor costs
  • Rebate cannot exceed the cost of materials

Not Eligible:

  • Rental properties and condominiums with five or more units per building

How to Apply

Simply fill out the relevant application below, check the box next to the rebate you want to claim and submit it to us.

Additional Documents and Checklists

Owner-Occupied Documents Checklist

Rental Property Documents Checklist (up to 4 units)

To learn more, see our Rebates page and our Rebate FAQs.

*Program requirements and rebate amounts are subject to change without notice. Check with Tacoma Power for current information. Energy and heating savings are estimates only. Actual savings may vary. Tacoma Power does not make any representations, promises or warranties with respect to actual cost savings from any of the products. Tacoma Power does not endorse any particular contractor, manufacturer or product.

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