Home Electrification and Appliance Rebates

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Home Electrification and Appliance Rebates (HEAR) will be launched soon. In the meantime, “here” are a few facts you might want to know.

HEAR rebates help low- and moderate-income households save energy and money toward energy upgrades made to their primary residence. A home assessment is not needed, in most cases, and qualifying equipment will be purchased through your local participating contractor or retailer.

Expected program launch for contractor equipment purchases and installations is Fall 2024, with qualifying products at participating retailers in Winter 2025.


Wisconsin residents living in new, existing- and multi-family homes are welcome to participate if you live in a low- or moderate-income household. A low- or moderate-income household is where the total annual income is less than 150% of the Area Median Income (AMI).

Savings and More

The Electrification and Appliance Rebate Program offers rebates for installing qualifying equipment. A single household cannot receive more than $14,000 total in rebate dollars from this program. High income households (>150% AMI) are not eligible for this program.

Type of Home Energy Project

Households below 80% AMI

Households between 80% and 150% AMI

Households above 150% AMI

Home Electrification Project Qualified Technologies

Only households with an income below 150% AMI are eligible.
100% of project costs up to $14,000 50% of project costs up to $14,000 Not Applicable
ENERGY STAR electric heat pump water heater up to $1,750
ENERGY STAR electric heat pump for space heating up to $8,000
ENERGY STAR electric heat pump clothes dryer up to $840*
ENERGY STAR electric stove, cooktop, range, oven to to $840*
Electrical load service center (electrical panel) up to $4,000
Electrical Wiring up to $2,500
Insulation, air sealing, ventilation up to $1,600

*A household's combined rebate for a qualifying electric stove, range, or oven AND a heat pump clothes dryer cannot exceed $840 in total.

Note: A single household address may not receive a rebate from both the Home Efficiency Rebate and the Home Electrification and Appliance Program for the same upgrade or equipment type. However, projects receiving rebates from either of these programs may also be eligible to receive Focus on Energy rebates.



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