More Households Become Eligible For Rebates Thanks To Updated Income Levels in Vermont

A recent press release from Efficiency Vermont highlights how more households than ever are eligible for rebates in Vermont, thanks to updated income levels that expand eligibility.

Efficiency Vermont offers rebates on the purchase and installation of ductless heat pumps and heat pump water heaters. With these expanded income levels, more households will be able to apply income-based bonuses. These bonuses can result in hundreds or thousands of dollars in savings across the rebate offerings. As Efficiency Vermont explains: “Many Efficiency Vermont programs are designed around median household income, with additional savings available for households considered low- or moderate-income. Updated income levels for 2024 mean a family of four earning $142,700 in Chittenden County now qualifies as moderate-income. In Washington County, a 4-person household earning $126,500 also qualifies as moderate-income. The updates mean more households now qualify for Efficiency Vermont’s low- and moderate-income (LMI) offers.”

Bourne’s Energy is a longstanding Efficiency Excellence Network Member with Efficiency Vermont, and is here to assist you with the purchase and installation of ductless mini split heat pumps, heat pump water heaters, and more. Visit our equipment page to learn more about our offerings, contact us to discuss your needs, and learn how to take advantage of the new income levels here in Vermont. There’s no better time to invest in energy-efficient equipment for your home or business, and Bourne’s Energy is here to make the process easy. Call 800-326-8763 to get started.