Tax-Credits & Incentives

States - Maine

Updated: November 2016

Efficiency Maine offers a $500 rebate for non-catalytic wood stoves that emit no more than 3.5 grams and hour and for pellet and catalytic stoves that emit no more than 2.5 grams an hour. Check for appliance eligibility here.

Maine is also offering a $5,000 rebate for automated pellet boilers that are 70% efficient of greater. The 70% efficiency requirement appears to only exclude 3 pellet boilers from the list of EPA certified pellet boilers. For more information on the rebate, click here
Efficiency Maine also provides financing solutions to help pay for energy upgrades, including wood and pellet stoves and boilers. Financing includes regular loans and potentially PACE loans that are paid by on your property tax bill.

Maine also provides heating system repair and replacement services to low-income households. Priority is given to households that have no heat.CHIP is administered by a network of local community action agencies, the same agencies that administer the Low income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). The maximum grant for a heating system repair or replacement is $5,000 for owner-occupied homes. For more details on the low-income program, click here.
Maine state capitol

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