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Heat Pump Rebates

southeastern electric heat pump rebates

Install a high-efficiency electric-heating system and receive incentives from Southeastern. See some examples below:

  • Ground Source Heat Pump - $800 
  • Air to Air Heat Pump - $600 

Requirements For Receiving Rebates And Special Rate.

Electric Heat must be the primary heating source and each structure is limited to one rebate. All necessary equipment must be installed and in operating condition before a rebate can be issued. Only one rebate per an account can be applied for in a 10 year period. Contact the Member Services Dept. for more information. 

Special Note: Modular homes and or Trailer houses must be on permanent foundations or have basements in order to qualify for any said rebates. Visual inspection is needed before any rebates are issued.


Congress passed and the president has signed the Fiscal Year 18 stopgap funding bill and included in the package is a provision which will extend federal tax credits for residential and commercial installations of geothermal heat pumps.  The tax credits are retroactive to January 1, 2017, and were extended through the end of 2021.

The credit for geothermal is as follows:

26% tax credit if system installed between Jan. 1, 2020 – Dec. 31, 2020

22% tax credit if system installed between Jan. 1, 2021 – Dec. 31, 2021

Rebate form is also available in a PDF version to print. Click here.

Heat Pump Rebate Registration Form

Equipment Information

Contractor Information


An invoice from the installer is required to receive rebate.

NOTE: All rebates are subject to change. There is a minimum of 2 ton, Heat Meter must be installed (Member cost) outside of home to record all usages. Rebates can only be given every 10 years from prior rebate. 5% Loans are available to qualifying members.