Hybrid Water Heaters

Did you know water heating accounts for 12% percent of energy use in homes with electric water heating? Hybrid water heaters (otherwise known as heat pump water heaters) are the most efficient water heating option, reducing energy waste and hot water costs by up to 60%. By installing a hybrid water heater, not only may you save a significant amount on your electric bill, but Inland Power also offers a rebate to keep out-of-pocket costs low.

Additional benefits of a hybrid water heater include:

  • User-friendly digital temperature controls with vacation settings and options for operating modes
  • De-humidification of installation area

How Hybrid Water Heaters Work

Hybrid water heaters use electricity to move heat from one place to another instead of generating heat directly, like a refrigerator running in reverse. While a refrigerator pulls heat from its interior and exhausts that heat into the surrounding room, a hybrid water heater pulls heat from the surrounding air and transfers it into the tank to heat the water.

Who is eligible?

  • Hybrid water heaters replacing existing electric tanks 
  • New construction homes

What is the rebate?

  • $400 for 50-75 gallon units
  • $600 for units 75+ gallons

Limit one rebate per home

Looking for a Contractor?

Listed below are suggested hybrid water heater contractors who have achieved Gold Star status with Inland. This means they have completed the hybrid water heater manufacturer's training. Members are not required to use contractor's from Inland's preferred network in order to be eligible for the rebate (DIY installs are acceptable). 

  • Inland Power cannot recommend any one company and recommends doing your due diligence; make sure to get more than one estimate, inform contractor of intent to claim Inland's rebate prior to installation, and ask about warranty details.

For a full listing of program requirements, scroll to the PDF rebate application document at the bottom of the web page. 


  • (509) 276-9955


  • (509) 484-1405


  • (509) 325-4505

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