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A Heat Pump Water Heater Is The Energy Saving Equivalent Of 7 Solar Panels & Costs ⅙ The Price

By Joe Wachunas, CleanTechnica

Water heating accounts for 25% of a home’s energy use, and thus offers an opportunity for big reductions in both pollution and cost. I’ve installed 3 heat pump water heaters (in my house, an accessory dwelling unit, and in a rental property), sung their praises for the last few years, and recently started a new job working on a national, non-profit led program called the Advanced Water Heating Initiative which seeks to make every new water heater use heat pump technology by 2030. Read more here.

Advanced Water Heating Initiative Resources

Links to Information About Available Rebates 

Other Nebraska utilities offer their customers rebates for installing heat pump water heaters. Check your local utility company’s website or contact them to inquire about incentives and any additional information.