Accelera® 300 heat pump water heaters installed between January 1 and December 31, 2013 qualify for a federal Energy Star tax credit of $300. New construction and rental properties do not qualify.
To claim your tax credit, you need our Manufacturer's Certification Statement. You can download the PDF here:
» Accelera® 300 Heat Pump Water Heater Manufacturer's Certification Statement
Massachusetts and Rhode Island residents who replace their electric tank water heater with a Stiebel Eltron Accelera® 300 Heat Pump Water Heater, or install one in new construction are eligible for $750 rebates. This is an exceptional opportunity to save money now, in addition to capturing long-lasting savings by reducing electric usage with a state-of-the-art energy-saving heat pump water heater. Program details are different in each state.
Customers of the following electric utilities are eligible for the program in Massachusetts: National Grid, Unitil, Western Massachusetts Electric, Cape Light Compact, and NSTAR Electric. Complete details of the Massachusetts program are on the Mass Save website, or on the 2013 rebate form.
For Accelera® 300 units installed from January 1, 2012–December 31, 2012 please use the 2012 rebate form.
In Rhode Island, National Grid customers are eligible for the rebate. Rhode Islanders must confirm funding is available and reserve funding prior to equipment installation at this website.
Major federal tax credits are available for the installation of residential and commercial solar thermal installations for domestic hot water. Our line of flat plate collectors and other solar thermal products fall into this category. Installation of our solar thermal products may also qualify for Federal tax credits for energy savings on the heating and cooling of commercial buildings. Regional incentives for solar thermal may also be available, for example MassSave's 7-year 0% financing for solar thermal. The US Department of Energy's Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency website, DSIRE, has up-to-date details at:
» Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE)
Massachusetts residential customers can apply for 0% loans up to $25,000 with terms up to seven years to help with the cost of energy-efficient improvements in homes or rental properties. Qualified eligible improvements include installation of high efficiency heating and domestic hot water equipment, including solar hot water systems; and qualified replacement windows and weatherization measures. Residential Program details are available here.
» Mass Save Residential Loan Info
Massachusetts business customers, including non-profits and multi-family complexes with five or more dwelling units, can apply for interest-free loans up to $100,000 with terms up to seven years to assist with installation of qualified energy-efficient improvements. Program details are available here.
» Mass Save Business Loan Info