TECH Clean California Rebates

REBATES UP TO $1,000 to replace your existing gas Furnace

*HPWH Portion of TECH rebate ended February 5, 2024, funds are depleted*

In 2024 there are multiple strict customer steps that customers, not Bellows, must do in order to process your rebate. Read below for instructions. If these steps are not completed at time of sale, we cannot proceed with your rebate processing. 

TECH Clean California is a statewide initiative to accelerate the adoption of clean space and water heating technology across California homes in order to help California meet its goal of being carbon-neutral by 2045. The initiative provides market incentives and workforce education and training to make it easier for distributors and contractors to stock, sell, and install low-emissions heat pump technology for residential replacement projects.

It was designed to support both existing programs through matched incentive funding, and to extend incentives statewide with an emphasis on access for low-income and disadvantaged communities.

Heat Pump HVAC – Contracts signed after April 25, 2023

Single family incentives of $1,000 for new heat pump and dual fuel HVAC systems, with up to two incentivized systems per home for a total of $2,000. 

  1. Must be a TECH-enrolled contractor
  2. Project must be a non-heat pump to heat pump installation
  3. No new construction, retrofits only.
  4. Equipment must be AHRI matched systems.
  5. Equipment must meet Title 24 code minimum standards.

Visit catechincentives.com to learn more about all that is required for Bellows to process a HVAC TECH rebate on your behalf. The rebates are complex and complicated, we need customer patience and support to get these rebates processed on your behalf.

Heat Pump Water Heaters (HPWH) – Contracts and T&C Forms signed after October 31, 2023

*As of Feb 5, 2024 HPWH funds are depleted, the below is no longer relevant*

Single family incentives of $3,100 (less than 55 gallons) -$3,800 (55 gallons and larger) for new heat pump water heating (HPWH) systems *If steps 5, 6 and 7 are not completed by the customer, Bellows cannot process the rebate, will not provide a refund of processing fee and the rebate will not be paid out. 

  1. Must be a TECH-enrolled contractor
  2. Project must be a non-heat pump water heater to heat pump installation
  3. No new construction, retrofits only.
  4. Equipment must meet Title 24 code minimum standards.
  5. Customer must sign TECH T&C and include their electricity provider, electric meter number, electric account number.
  6. Customer must enroll in their utility’s demand response program.
  7. Customer must enroll in and set up their utility’s preferred time of use (TOU) plan.

Visit catechincentives.com to learn more about all that is required for Bellows to process a Heat Pump Water Heater TECH rebate on your behalf. The rebates are complex and complicated, we need customer patience and support to get these rebates processed on your behalf.

 
 

 

*Customers cannot apply themselves, it must be done though your contractor. Bellows will charge a fee for rebate processing.