The following resources related to Federal, State and/or local energy incentives and rebate programs might be helpful as you plan your heating system installation or upgrade.
A hydronic heating system uses small pumps to circulate the water. You might want to consider a small solar panel system to supply power to the boiler and to these pumps. Doing so could make your system more resilient in the event of a power outage. Therefore, information related to solar energy incentives is included in the list below.
- Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency® – DSIRE
- Financing and Incentives: US Dept of Energy
- Energy Incentives for Individuals: Residential Property Updated Questions and Answers | Internal Revenue Service (irs.gov)
- Energy Efficient Home Improvement Credit | Internal Revenue Service (irs.gov)
- State Renewable Energy Resources | US EPA
- Solar Incentives by State in 2023 | Solar.com
- Solar Rebates and Incentives | EnergySage
Note: Alternate Heating Systems is not responsible for the content or accuracy of the information on the listed websites.