HOW TO GET YOUR CLEANair FURNACE REBATE
Replace your existing gas furnace with an AHRI Certified all electric heat pump system. See the qualified AHRI Heat Pump Directory.
Complete the online rebate application and upload supporting information.
Once the rebate is approved, you will receive an email confirmation.
Upon receipt of the approval confirmation, allow 4-6 weeks for rebate check to be received.
Are You Eligible for a CLEANair Furnace Rebate?
Starting October 1st, 2021 the CLEANair Furnace Rebate Program is accepting applications for traditional all-electric heat pump systems. The all-electric heat pump system must be on the qualified products list and installed on/or after October 1st, 2021 . It must be installed in an eligible zip code and it must replace a gas furnace.
Approximately 150,000 natural-gas-fired furnaces are installed each year throughout the South Coast Air Quality Management District (South Coast AQMD) region. These furnaces emit nitrogen oxides (NOx), an air pollutant that contributes to the formation of smog and particulate matter. Rule 1111 sets emission limits for these furnaces in an effort to reduce the NOx emissions from these devices.
South Coast AQMD continuously strives to improve the quality of the air you breathe and is sponsoring a program that provides a rebate to residents who purchase and install a furnace or full electric heat pump that meets the eligibility requirements. When you replace your gas furnace with a South Coast AQMD Qualified full electric heat pump, you will be an essential part of reducing emissions and meet the goal of improved air quality within the South Coast AQMD jurisdiction.Twenty-five percent of the funds will be reserved for installations in disadvantaged and low-income areas until those funds are exhausted.
Rebate Amount: $1500 for Full Electric Heat Pump System with Ducted Air Handler
(up to 5.5 tons)
Excludes a dual fuel system which is an electric heat pump system with a gas furnace with a ducted air handler
Clean the air we breathe by taking advantage of this opportunity to offset your cost on an all electric ducted heat pump and air handler split system.
TECH Clean California: Single- and Multi-Family HVAC Incentive
California’s new equitable building decarbonization program, established by Senate Bill 1477 (Stern) in 2018 has now been brought to life by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and organizations including Energy Solutions, the Association for Energy Affordability, Building Decarbonization Coalition, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation, and other partners.
TECH Clean California is a $120 million initiative designed to kickstart the market for clean and efficient electric space and water heating technologies in alignment with the state’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction goals. With equity in mind, the initiative will distribute at least 40 percent of program benefits to Californians from low-income and disadvantaged communities.
With various programs launching in 2021 and 2022 that range from single- and multi-family incentive programs to contractor- and public-facing outreach on electric appliances, TECH represents a milestone in California’s efforts to decarbonize the building sector and combat climate change.
California customers can learn more about TECH on The Switch Is On website and can work with a TECH-participating contractor in their area to take advantage of TECH’s midstream electrification incentives. Incentives are available only to enrolled contractors. To find out more information or sign up, please go to energy-solution.com/tech.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
Fill out this online enrollment form and be sure to select “yes” for “Would you like to apply for TECH Clean California?”. You will then be contacted by program staff to complete enrollment. Once enrolled, you’ll receive a username and password to the incentive application submission portal at catechincentives.com.
Contractor enrollment requirements include 1) active California contractor license in good standing, 2) adherence to the requirements outlined in the Trade Professional Participation Agreement including insurance coverage, and 3) brief program training completion.