Rebates are Available Through Wright-Hennepin

Contractor working at job site

Wright-Hennepin rebates are available for members who participate in energy-saving programs and who meet certain criteria. Rebates are for new installations only. 

Become a Certified Contractor to Qualify for an Air Conditioner or Air Source Heat Pump Rebate

It is important to note, that in order for members to receive an air conditioner or air source heat pump rebate, the installation contractor must be a Great River Energy certified contractor or NATE Service or installation-certified. Become a certified contractor, or if you're a certified contractor and need to order more rebate forms, visit http://hvacreducation.net/gre/registration/. Other educational information is available at www.hvacreducation.net to help you through the testing and certification process.

WH Energy Savings Rebate Program

Ground Source Heat Pump

Peak Shave Water Heating

Quick Cash Air Source Heat Pump or Air Conditioner

Quick Cash Water Heating

2016 Conservation Improvement Program Rebates

(rebate dollars are limited, and will be paid on a first-come, first-served basis)

Duel Fuel Program

Ductless Air Source Heat Pump

Electric Thermal Storage (ETS)

Ground Source Heat Pump

HVAC Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM) 

Quick Cash Water Heating Program

The forms for air conditioners and air source heat pump rebates are provided by your contractor. In order to receive a rebate for air conditioners (15 or 16 SEER only) or air source heat pumps you must participate in our Energy-Saving air conditioning program. Here is a list of qualified contractors.

Air conditioner/Air Source Heat Pump rebate information

As of June 1, 2007, all air conditioning and air source heat pump systems must be installed by certified contractors to be eligible for rebates from Wright-Hennepin. Participation in the Energy-Saving air conditioning program is required to receive this rebate.