Save on a high-efficiency heat pump and furnace combination
Dual fuel technology combines the efficient heating and cooling performance that you get from a heat pump with the consistent heating capacity of a gas furnace. In summer, the heat pump works like a high-efficiency central air conditioner. In spring, fall and winter it provides cost-effective and efficient heating, while the gas furnace takes over only when needed during the coldest months of the year.
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Rebates and qualifications
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Dual fuel heat pump conversion
Dual fuel heat pump conversion
Trade ally rebates are available, click here for details.
Ensure the home qualifies:
- Must be an existing home, not new construction.
- Manufactured homes do not qualify.
- Evaporative cooling, room air-conditioners, oil, wood heating, and pellet stove conversions do not qualify.
Requirements for dual fuel heat pump electric & gas conversions:
- Dual fuel heat pump with 90 AFUE Gas Furnace must be a minimum 8.5 HSPF/14 SEER.
- Dual fuel heat pump with 80 AFUE Gas Furnace must be a minimum 10 HSPF/16 SEER.
- Work must be completed by a Program-eligible HVAC Contractor listed on the Program-Eligible HVAC Contractor List.
- Dual fuel heat pump must be installed according to the specifications outlined in the Idaho Technical Specifications Manual.
- New dual fuel heat pump must be the current primary heat source and must service at least 80% of the home’s conditioned living space.
- Dual fuel heat pump must be a new, air-source split or packaged unitary heat pump with an AHRI (Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute) Standard Rating Cooling Capacity of 65,000 BTU/hr (5.4 tons) or less.
- Heat pump must be listed on the AHRI Certified Directory.
Additional requirements for gas & propane conversions:
- Dual fuel heat pump minimum:
- 8.5 HSPF/14 SEER/90 AFUE or
- 10 HSPF/16 SEER/80 AFUE
- Previous primary heat source must have been a ducted gas or propane furnace with central air conditioning that served at least 80% of the home’s conditioned living space.
- Furnace and heat pump must be listed on the AHRI Certified Directory.
Additional program rules:
- Submit all documents so they are received within 90 days of the qualifying service completion.
- Homes are eligible for one unit. If a customer is applying for two units or more, please contact the program before applying as additional information is required.
- Dual Fuel Heat Pump Application, completed and signed.
- Itemized receipt or contractor invoice.
- AHRI certificate.
Rebates and qualifications are subject to Idaho Public Utilities and Transportation Commission approval. All rebates are subject to change with 45 days’ notice. Additional terms and conditions may apply.
Residential electric customers residing in the state of Idaho who purchase their electricity from Rocky Mountain Power on rate schedules 1 or 36 qualify. Landlords who own rental properties served by the company in the state of Idaho where the tenant is billed on rate schedules 1 or 36 also qualify for this program. You can locate your rate schedule on your bill or by calling 1-888-221-7070.
Prior to starting a project, find and contact a participating heating and cooling contractor. Note that some rebates require a qualified contractor to install your new equipment. Review the eligibility requirements, rebate qualifications and the list of required documents with your contractor before submitting your rebate application. Equipment and service work may be inspected for compliance.
Please include the following with your online application:
- Your Rocky Mountain Power account number. Digital image of your itemized receipt or contractor’s invoice.
- Complete and submit your online application within 90 days of purchase.
- Your rebate will be issued within 14 business days after we review and approve your application. Missing information may delay processing and delivery.
- Please enter your service address and account number exactly as it’s shown on your bill. You can find this information in the areas indicated below.