In search of tax credits & rebates you can apply to a new heating & cooling system? We have you covered. Find your utility company from the ones provided below and click the company name to expand and show details. Avista, Inland Power, Modern Electric, and Kootenai Electric are the major providers in the Spokane & Coeur d’Alene area.

You may be required to download and fill out forms to utilize the tax credits / rebates. Be sure to read carefully. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

Tax Credits & Utility Rebates
Avista

Avista: Rebates Page

These rebates are good as of May 1st, 2018. Rebates/Tax Credits are subject to change. Please refer to Avista’s website before making a final purchase.

Also, a nice little tool to check out is Avista’s Fuel Cost Comparison Calculator. You can plug in your home size, state of residence, energy efficiency, preferred thermostat setting, etc.  and the tool calculates out how much money you can save annually by switching to natural gas.

To apply for the following rebates, download this form:
Washington Residential Rebates
Or apply on Avista’s website.
WeatherizationIncentiveEligibility and Guidelines
Windows$1.50/sfMore information
Storm Windows$1.00/sfMore information
High Efficiency EquipmentIncentiveEligibility and Guidelines
Natural Gas Furnace/Boiler$300More information
Variable Speed Motor$80More information
Natural Gas Tankless Water Heater (.82 or greater)$200More information
Heat Pump Water Heater (0-54 gal of 1.8 EF or greater)$200More information
Smart Thermostat (Contractor Install)$75More Information
Smart Thermostat (Self Install)$60More Information
Heat Conversion RebatesIncentiveEligibility and Guidelines
Electric to Ductless Heat Pump (9.0 HSPF or greater)$500More information
Electric to Central Ducted Heat Pump$700More information
Electric to Natural Gas Furnace$1,500More information
Electric to natural gas furnace and water heat combo$2,250More information
Conversion from Electric to Natural Gas Direct Vent Wall Heat$1,300More information
Other rebate programs:
ENERGY STAR® Homes IncentiveAvailable for new construction homes using Avista electric or Avista electric and natural gas that meet the ENERGY STAR Homes criteria and are verified as an ENERGY STAR Home.
Avista LEAP Program (Natural Gas) 

If you’re a Washington homeowner converting to natural gas, Avista has a program that may help you pay for the cost of purchasing and installing new natural as equipment — no matter what fuel you’re currently using to heat your home. You don’t even have to be an Avista customer. See additional available rebates here (PDF).

To apply for commercial rebates:
For more information on what is offered for commercial rebates, visit the following links. Washington Commercial Rebate DetailsIdaho Commercial Rebate Details.

Find information on Avista tax credits here.

Kootenai Electric

Kootenai Electric: Rebates Page

These rebates are good as of May 1st, 2018. Rebates/Tax Credits are subject to change. Please refer to Kootenai Electric’s website before making a final purchase.

Residential Heating and Cooling Rebates:

Ducted Heat Pumps

Ductless Heat Pumps

Geothermal Heat Pumps

Certified Contractors

To qualify, you must be a current KEC member. Other conditions may apply. See rebate forms for details. Complete the form and return to KEC with all required paperwork. Requests must be received within 90 days of purchase. Please allow four weeks for processing. These programs are subject to change without notice. For more information please call (208) 765-1200 or email rebates@kec.com.

Commercial Heating & Cooling Rebates:

Incentive of $100 per ton for heat pump upgrades to premium efficiency heat pumps and $250 per ton for the conversion of electric resistance heating systems. The incentive is available for commercial buildings that are 50,000 square feet or less. 

Commercial Ductless Heat Pumps:

Incentive of $250 per ton of installed outdoor unit heating capacity for each Ductless Heat Pump unit.

To qualify for the incentive the Ductless unit must be replacing electric resistance heat. The Incentive is available for small commercial applications up to 20,000 square feet.

Modern Electric Water Company

Modern Electric Water Company: Rebates Page

These rebates are good as of May 1st, 2018. Rebates/Tax Credits are subject to change. Please refer to Modern Electric’s website before making a final purchase.

Find out additional rebate information here.

Residential Heating and Cooling Rebates:
Download Form (HVAC with PTCS)
Download Form (Ductless Heat Pump)

Heat Pump Water Heater Rebate:
Download Form

Commercial Ductless Heat Pump Rebate:
Download Form

Inland Power & Light Company

Inland Power & Light Company: Rebates Page

These rebates are good as of May 1st, 2018. Rebates/Tax Credits are subject to change. Please refer to Inland Power’s website before making a final purchase.

Residential Heating and Cooling Rebates:
-Basic Ducted Heat Pump (HSPF 8.2/SEER 14): $300
-High Efficiency/Variable Speed Ducted Heat Pump (HSPF 9+/SEER14+):
-New Construction/Replacement/Upgrade: $500
-Adding to Electric Forced Air Furnace: $1,000
-Ground Source Heat Pump: $2,500
-Ductless Heat Pump replacing zonal heat: $800
-Ductless Heat Pump replacing an electric forced air furnace: $1,000

Residential Heat Pump Water Heater Rebates:
– 50-75 gallons: $300
– 75+ gallons: $500

Residential New Construction (EnergyStar) Rebates:
Visit the website