To receive the rebate, a licensed contractor must install the ductless heat pump.

Rebate pre-approval is required prior to the installation. After pre-approval, rebate funds will be reserved for your project for six (6) months. If the work is not completed within six months, the customer or contractor must reapply for the rebate. There is no guarantee that funds will be available after the six-month approval or that the incentive rebate amounts will remain the same.

Current Rebate Amounts

Minimum Installation Requirements

  • Your home’s existing heat must be an Electric Forced Air Furnace or Electric Zonal Heat (baseboards, wall units, ceiling cables, electric hydronic, etc.)
  • The new Ductless Heat Pump may be single-head or multi-head
  • Only one Ductless Heat Pump rebate can be claimed per household

Rebate Amount


*Site Built Homes include homes with four (4) units or less


Please note:
Hood River Electric & Internet Co-op (HR Co-op) reserves the right to release billing and usage information for the account listed below to BPA or its agent. BPA can request billing information for up to two years pre-installation and two years post-installation. HR Co-op is released from any and all liability arising from or connected with the information provided on this form. Please contact our energy efficiency department at (888) 883-9879 or to confirm program requirements before equipment is ordered or installed, or if assistance is needed with this application.


Please allow 8 to 10 weeks after receipt of all required documentation for rebate checks to be issued and mailed.

Rebate Terms & Conditions