Heat Pump Rebate

A low SEER — Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio — from your home’s heating and cooling system indicates you’re not as efficient as you could be. Raising your SEER means lowering your energy costs, and you can do that by upgrading to a high-efficiency air-source, dual-fuel or geothermal heat pump. Baldwin EMC can make your purchase of a high-efficiency heat pump easier by offering rebates* to single-family homeowners — saving you money in energy costs now and in the future.

*Effective June 20, 2018:

1. Baldwin EMC will no longer offer rebates for air source and geothermal heat pumps for single-family site-built homes.
2. Baldwin EMC will continue to offer rebates for dual fuel and mini split heat pumps following these specifications:






COMING SOON! Baldwin EMC will soon announce a revamped rebate program targeting manufactured housing. More information about these rebates and incentives will be available to you in the near future.


Check out your possible savings (through June 20, 2018) from the chart below:


How can you take advantage of the Heat Pump Rebate Program?
Baldwin EMC encourages any members interested in replacing an old or inefficient air conditioning and heating unit in single-family dwellings to take advantage of our Heat Pump Rebate Program. The process is simple:

  1. Have a licensed air conditioning and heating contractor come to your home and perform a Manual J load calculation.
  2. Choose the new unit* that’s right for your home and have your air conditioning and heating contractor install it. (*Note: The entire unit must be replaced to be eligible for a heat pump rebate.)
  3. Call Baldwin EMC and speak to one of our energy marketing specialists to arrange an inspection. You will also need to provide the Manual J load calculation results.
  4. Get approval from Baldwin EMC and receive your rebate. (Approval is based upon inspection and Manual J load calculation, which must be provided before a rebate can be issued. A Manual J load calculation is the industry standard developed by the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) to determine the heating and cooling needs of an individual home.)

For more information, call Baldwin EMC at (251) 989-6247 and ask to speak to one of our energy marketing specialists. To learn more about heat pumps, take a look at the link below.

Heat Pumps