Wood Stove Change-Out

  •  As of March 17, 2017, no further funds are available for the Wood Stove Change-Out incentive.

The incentive is available to customers via Participating Retailers for select EPA-qualified cord wood and pellet stoves that replace old, in-use non EPA-qualified wood stoves.

Applications

Here are the links to download the incentive reservation forms. You should submit the form as soon as you are committed to install a system. Incentives are reserved on a first-come first-served basis. For more information on system and customer eligibility, please review each technology’s SSREIP Terms, Conditions, and Requirements (found under Application Documents).

Incentive Program Steps

  1. Customer & Reserving Company Sign Contract and Design System
  2. Apply for Incentive Reservation and Appropriate Permitting
    • As of March 17, 2017, no further funds are available for the Wood Stove Change-Out incentive.
  3. Incentive Reservation Approved
  4. Procure System and Install
  5. Submit Final Project Documentation for Review
  6. Incentive Check Sent to Reserving Company

Further Documentation

Participating Retailers

The incentive is available to customers via Participating Retailers.

Download the Participating Retailers List

Eligibility

For full Small Scale Renewable Energy Incentive Program (SSREIP) policies and procedures, please see the SSREIP Terms, Conditions, and Requirements found here.

  • Offered via Participating Retailers for select EPA-qualified cordwood and pellet stoves that replace old, in-use non EPA-qualified wood stoves.
  • Pre-existing stove Manufacturer and Model Number must not be certified by the EPA.
  • New Stove Manufacturer and Model Number must have a particulate emissions limit of ≤ 3.0 grams per hour as listed by the EPA for cord wood stoves or ≤ 2.0 grams per hour for pellet stoves.
  • The pre-existing stove must be in-use and photos of the pre-existing stove must be submitted with the reservation application.
  • The pre-existing stove must be properly recycled or disposed of at a solid waste district, licensed salvage yard or certified recycling facility. These stoves cannot be reused or resold for intended use as a wood boiler of any kind.