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Submit Multifamily Heat Pump Projects and Custom Solutions

Understand the Incentives

Here’s how much you can qualify for:

Service

Category

System Description

Incentive Basis

Customer Incentives

Contractor incentives

Space Heating

1

ccASHP - Partial load (Mini-Splits Only)

$/outdoor Condenser

$500

$250/Outdoor Unit

Space Heating

2

ccASHP - Full Load

$/10,000 BTUH of Max Heating Capacity at NEEP 5 dF

$2,000

$1000/Project

Space Heating

3

GSHP - Full Load

$/10,000 BTUH at Full-Load Heating Capacity defined by AHRI

$5,000

$500/Project

Space Heating

4

Custom Incentive

$/MMBTU of Annual Energy Savings

$200

$1000/Project

Space Heating

4A

Heat Pump plus Envelope

$/MMBTU of Annual Energy Savings

$400

$1000/Project

Water Heating

5

Air Soure HPWH (<120 Gal)

$/Unit

$1,000

N/A

Water Heating

6

Commercial Air Source HPWH (>120 Gal)

$/MMBTU of Annual Energy Savings

$200

N/A

Water Heating

7

GSHP Desuperheater

$/Unit

$150

N/A

Water Heating

8

Ground-Source HPWH

$/Unit

$1,000

N/A

Combined

9

Combo ASHP + Air-Source HWHP

Additional Bonus per Combination Installation

$250

$250/Project

Site Eligibility

To be eligible, customers must own or manage a residential multifamily building with 5+ residential units and have an eligible Con Edison electric account.

Project Eligibility

  • The site must be occupied year-round. For new construction, the site owners must plan to have the site occupied year-round.
  • For new construction, the baseline heating fuel for space heating and domestic hot water will be determined on a case-by-case basis, based on contemporary construction practice in the area.
  • Heat pumps must be designed to provide domestic and service hot water heating and/or both space heating and cooling. Heat pumps that are used primarily for space cooling are ineligible for incentives under the NYS Clean Heat Program.
  • Heat pump projects are eligible for incentives no matter which heating fuel (e.g., fuel oil, natural gas, propane, biomass, district steam, or electricity) they are either transitioning from in the case of retrofits, or declining to include in the case of new construction.

Have a project ready to go?

Here’s how to apply:

  1. Read the Program Manual to understand project requirements.
  2. Fill out the Multifamily Clean Heat Program Application.
  3. Email us to submit your application.

Please note: You must work with a participating contractor in the New York State Clean Heat Program to apply.

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Have a custom heat pump solution?

You may qualify for $150 per MMbtu of energy savings if your project includes VRFs, cold climate air source heat pumps, large capacity ground source heat pumps, or other systems. Read the Multifamily Clean Heat Program Guide to learn about project requirements or reach out to us with your questions.

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*Defined by the Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute.