Eastside communities work together to provide heat pumps to residents

Energy Smart Eastside is one of many organizations connecting residents to rebates, incentives and low or no-cost heating and cooling systems.

BELLEVUE, Wash. — While the Seattle area has seen just a handful of 80 degree days this year, experts say now might be the time to think about upgrading your cooling systems. 

As part of the state’s climate initiative, many local communities have offered incentives, rebates and even no-cost installation of heat pumps.

“People are looking for a way to lower their carbon footprint, to do something positive for the environment. The beauty of the heat pump is it has heating aspects and

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