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Heat Pump Replacement

Today’s heat pumps are much more energy efficient than they were just 10 years ago. Replacing a 12- to 15-year-old unit with a new high-efficiency heat pump could save you up to 30 percent on your energy bill.

Duke Energy will pay up to $800 when you upgrade your old heat pump or heat strip. Before work begins, you must have a free Home Energy Check with a qualifying recommendation performed (within the past 24 month) to qualify for this incentive.

Rebates for high-efficiency heat pumps

Heat pump manufacturers use two rating systems to measure how effectively a unit heats or cools – the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER) and Heating Season Performance Factor (HSPF). The higher the numbers, the better the unit will perform.

Duke Energy offers the following rebates when you install a new high-efficiency heat pump:

Incentives for single family homes:

  • Existing strip heat to a minimum 15 SEER 8.2 HSPF system $375
  • Less efficient heat pump to a minimum 15 SEER 8.2 HSPF heat pump $200
  • Existing strip heat to a minimum 17 SEER 9.0 HSPF system $800
  • Less efficient heat pump to a minimum 17 SEER 9.0 HSPF heat pump $600

Incentives for manufactured homes:

  • Existing strip heat to a minimum 15 SEER 8.2 HSPF system $375
  • Less efficient heat pump to a minimum 15 SEER 8.2 HSPF heat pump $200

This offer is for single-family homes. Click here to learn more about the Multi-Family Energy Improvement Program.