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States - New Hampshire

Updated: January 2019
Financial Incentive: Rebate Program
Type: Residential
Incentive amount: 40%, maximum $10,000
Summary:
  • Eligible Technologies: Furnaces, Boilers
  • Eligible System size: Must provide at least 75% of the home heating load needs
  • Equipment requirements: System must be new, with minimum efficiency rating of 80%. System must be bulk-fuel fed and meet specified air-quality standards.
  • Installation Requirements: system must be installed at applicant’s primary residence by authorized installer.
  • Offers rebates of 40% of the installed cost of qualifying new residential bulk-fed, wood-pellet central heating boilers or furnaces.
  • The maximum rebate amount is $10,000.
  • To qualify, systems must (1) become operational on or after May 1, 2012; (2) be at least 80% efficient; (3) meet certain air quality standards; (4) provide at least 75% of a home heating-load needs; and (5) be installed by a qualified installer or a licensed plumber with wood-pellet central boiler system training.
  • Additional system requirements are specified in the program application. Modifications to existing systems are not eligible to receive funding under this program..
Contact Info: Barbara Bernstein
New Hampshire Public Utilities Commision
21 South Fruit Street, Suite 10 Concord, NH 03301-2429
Phone: (603) 271-6011
Email: barbara.bernstein@puc.nh.gov
Link: https://www.puc.nh.gov/Sustainable%20Energy/RenewableEnergyRebates-WP.html

1. Property Tax Exemption. Some New Hampshire towns and municipalities offer property tax exemptions based on the amount of the assessed value of a renewable-energy system used on the property. Some but not all include exemptions for wood-fired central heating systems. There were 77 cities and towns offering renewable energy incentives as of 2008 and 28 of those included wood burning systems. New Hampshire state capitol

Incentive specifics available here:
*http://www.nh.gov/oep/energy/saving-energy/incentives.htm

 
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