Geothermal qualifies for energy tax credits
FACT: ClimateMaster geothermal systems qualify for an unlimited federal tax credit of 30% of the installed cost.

Qualify for Geothermal Residential Energy Credits

ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems qualify for a recently implemented federal tax credit allowing homeowners to deduct 30% of the total geothermal system installed cost from their tax liability or tax due. The Residential Energy Efficient Property Tax Credits (Section 1122) program is part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. This nonrefundable federal residential energy credit helps homeowners pay for qualified residential alternative energy equipment, such as geothermal heat pumps.

Click on our brochure to the right that explains the residential energy credits and how much you can save on the installation of a new ClimateMaster geothermal system.

Download the forms needed to file for your ClimateMaster geothermal residential energy tax credit:


Additional State and Local Geothermal Energy Tax Incentives Available

Your state and local governments may also offer incentives for installing a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system. Visit the DSIRE Website shown below to find out if there are state and local residential energy tax credits available in your area..

Simply select “Geothermal Heat Pumps” from the “Technology” drop down menu and then click on your state to view all the programs or energy credits available for geothermal heat pumps in your state.




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