Cool Smart Rebate Changes for 2015

Cool Smart Rebates – Changes Announced for 2015

As a result of recent technological advancements, and DOE Regional Standards governing the HVAC industry, revisions to the list of qualifying equipment was necessary for 2015.

Note that EER ratings have been removed from the Ducted Air Source Heat Pump and Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump eligibility requirements.

You should also note that there are potential rebate changes coming in June on Heat Pump Water Heater models with greater than 55 gallon storage volume (see the chart in the HPWH Rebate Application).

Cool Smart Rebate Applications

There are three rebate applications listed below and all are fillable PDF files.  You can also visit to complete your forms online.

2015 Residential Central AC/Ducted Air Source Heat Pump Rebate Application

2015 Residential Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump Rebate Application

2015 Heat Pump Water Heater Rebate Application

TJ’s Keeps You Informed

As soon as we get additional information for the 2015 rebates, we will publish them on our website and social media.  If you have any questions or want TJ’s to quote a new air conditioning system for you, please Contact Us!  Whether you want a conventional system, high-velocity, or a mini-split system; we can help!

Cool Smart Rebate Changes for 2015

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