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Consumer Energy Efficiency

Is there a tax credit for ductless central air conditioners (sometimes called mini splits) or ductless air source heat pumps?

Yes, ductless air conditioners and heat pumps (sometimes called mini-splits) can qualify for a tax credit.

How much:

30% of the cost (including installation/labor costs), up to $1,500

Timing:

Tax credit in effect in 2009 and 2010. Must be installed in your principal residence between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2010.

Details:

Ductless Air Conditioners: SEER >= 16 & EER >=13 (What is SEER/EER?)

Ductless Heat Pumps: SEER >= 15 & EER >= 12.5 & HSPF >= 8.5

The new air conditioner does not have to be replacing an old one to qualify.

 

Find qualified models:

Currently, no single-speed ductless products qualify for the tax credit, but some variable-speed systems do qualify. To find the list of variable-speed ductless air conditioners and heat pumps that qualify for the tax credit:

1. Go to the CEE-AHRI directory at: http://www.ceedirectory.org/

2. Click on either "Find Variable-Speed Mini-Split and Multi-Split Air Conditioners" or "Find Variable-Speed Mini-Split and Multi-Split Heat Pumps"

3. Compare the performance of the products listed with the criteria above for qualifying models.

How to apply:

File Tax Form 5695 with your tax return.

You must have a Manufacturer's Certification Statement to qualify.



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