|Wisconsin provides a minor incentive with the Renewable Energy Sales Tax Exemption. Exempts biomass sold as fuel for residential use from 100% of state sales and use tax. Biomass is defined as wood, energy crops, biological wastes, biomass residues, and landfill gas.|
Incentive specifics available here:
Wisconsin Public Service Corporation (WPSC)and the American Lung Association of the upper Midwest (ALAUM) have recently launched the Wood Stove Exchange Program. Financing is available for residents who want to replace their inefficient wood stoves with an EPA certified wood stove, wood stove insert, or furnace. The program provides an income qualified rebate and a general residential rebate until March 7, 2016. General residential rebates for stoves/inserts range from 1,000-4,000 (depending on the system). The income qualified residential rebate ranges from $3,000-6,000.