Energy Trust updates incentives on January 1 of each year to ensure we offer cost-effective savings. The following changes will be effective January 1, 2021, and only apply to qualifying multifamily properties. Any incentives not listed below will remain at the current 2020 levels.
|Measure||Primary Heating Fuel||Details||2020 Incentive||2021 Incentive|
|Ducted heat pumps||Electric||Ducted heat pump upgrades must replace electric forced air furnaces and can no longer be stacked with heat pump advanced control incentive. The incentive amount will increase to $950 for installations completed between January 1 and March 31, 2021. Incentive will return to $700 for installations after April 1, 2021. This incentive is available for duplexes, triplexes, fourplexes and side-by-side multifamily properties.||$700||$950 through 3/31/2021
$700 after 4/1/2021
|Ducted heat pumps and advanced controls||Electric||Can no longer be combined with other heat pump incentives such as ducted heat pumps, heat pump controls or smart thermostats. This incentive is now only available as an addition to a new or existing heat pump where the thermostat is added to control the auxiliary or back-up electric furnace. The heat pump must be the home’s primary heat source and the thermostat must be set to 35°F lockout. Visit www.energytrust.org/heatpumpcontrols for eligible models and more information. This incentive is eligible for duplexes, triplex, fourplex and side-by-side multifamily properties.||$250||$250 (new requirements)|
|Extended capacity heat pumps||Electric||New heat pumps must now replace electric forced air furnaces. This incentive is available for duplexes, triplexes, fourplexes and side-by-side multifamily properties.||$1,350||$1,350 (new requirements)|
|New RTU with Variable Speed Supply Fan||Electric||Maximum cooling capacity 65,000 Btu/h. Must have both demand control ventilation (DCV) and an economizer. All existing multifamily properties are eligible for this incentive.||$100 per ton||$100 per ton (new requirements)|