Energy from the sun can heat and cool your home, replacing dirty and expensive oil or propane. A typical homeowner can save hundreds of dollars each year with solar heat, and enjoy clean energy air conditioning in the summer, too!
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In Vermont, your utility will pay you to switch to heat pumps.
|If you’re a customer of this utility…||You’ll receive up to this amount of money as a rebate for switching to heat pumps|
|Burlington Electric Department (BED)||$750 – $1,000 (post purchase rebate)|
|Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC)||$300|
|Washington Electric Cooperative (WEC)||$250|
|Green Mountain Power (GMP)||$500|
|Barton Village, Inc.*||$300|
|Village of Enosburg Falls Inc.*||$300|
|Town of Hardwick Electric Department*||$300|
|Village of Hyde Park, Inc.*||$300|
|Village of Jacksonville*||$300|
|Village of Johnson, Inc.*||$300|
|Village of Ludlow Electric Light Department*||$300|
|Village of Lyndonville Electric Department*||$300|
|Village of Morrisville Water & Light Department*||$300|
|Town of Northfield Electric Department*||$300|
|Incorporated Village of Orleans*||$300|
|Swanton Village, Inc.*||$300|
*Available through the Vermont Public Power Supply Authority (VPPSA)
There may be additional incentives available through Efficiency Vermont.
Powering heat pumps with solar power is the least expensive way to heat your home through the winter – and cool during the summer.
*Based on data from the VT Dept of Public Service. Solar energy cost determined by using the cost and energy output of most common system design and financing package.
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Mitsubishi cold-climate heat pumps offer:
- Air filtration
The outside unit sits on the ground or mounts to the side of your house. The size of the outdoor unit varies based on the number and size of the indoor units it powers.
Solar heating and cooling is quiet and comfortable. This smart technology can keep your home consistently warm and cozy through the winter — and dry and cool all summer long. Allergens and dust are filtered out as the heated or cooled air is circulated in the house. The installation is easy and takes typically just one day.
Tired of dirty fuel heating your home? Solar systems produce more power than a home needs during the summer, spinning the utility meter backwards and building up a big electricity credit. You can use that credit at night and during the shorter days of winter to run your ultra-efficient heating and cooling unit.
Fuel pricing studies have shown that solar heat is the big winner. Most of us still heat our homes with fuel oil or propane. But now we can save big with solar at a fraction of the cost of heating fuel! (Your added bonus is guilt-free cooling!)
Lastly, what does a heat pump sound like? Check out the video!