Special limited-time, low-interest funding for geothermal heat pumps
The idea of owning a more efficient home -- and paying lower utility bills -- has widespread appeal, but finding ways to fund needed energy-efficiency improvements can be difficult during hard economic times.
Fortunately, Homeward, Inc. offers low-interest loans for geothermal heat pumps installed in homes of members served by participating co-ops.
Eligible co-op members can borrow up to $14,000 at 2.99% interest for 7 years. Download an application form here.
Contact Deb Prehm at 515-532-6477 or firstname.lastname@example.org to apply for a loan.
This is a limited-time offer for goethermal heat pumps installed in existing or new homes served by these co-ops: Butler County REC, Calhoun County REC, Franklin REC, Grundy County REC, Heartland Power Cooperative, Midland Power Cooperative, Prairie Energy Cooperative, and Raccoon Valley Electric Cooperative.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Homeowners considering geothermal heat pumps should discuss their options with a professional before making a decision. Energy advisors at your electric co-op are here to help and can answer questions about co-op rebates and incentives. Information about federal tax credits is available online at www.energystar.gov/taxcredits.