And Options…And Options…
If your home doesn’t qualify for Clean Energy Works Oregon, no problem. There are alternative paths to home energy savings so you’re bound to find the perfect match for you and your home.
Energy Trust of Oregon has offerings that may be right for you:
Your Home Doesn’t Qualify?
If your home doesn’t qualify, no sweat. Energy Trust also offers a whole-house approach. Certified Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Contractors identify improvements that boost your home’s performance while lowering energy usage. Cash incentives from Energy Trust offset the cost, and state and federal tax credits may be available. Customers of Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural or Cascade Natural Gas are eligible. Energy Trust also provides tips for renters and assistance for condo owners. Energy Trust Residential Incentives >>
Prefer to Take it One Step at a Time?
Energy Trust offers cash incentives for energy-saving upgrades, including sealing air and duct leaks, insulation, equipment and windows. For the do-it-yourselfer, self-installed attic and floor insulation and electric water heaters are eligible. Energy Trust Residential Incentives >>
Not Sure You Can Afford It?
Savings Within Reach from Energy Trust makes it easy for moderate-income households to make energy-efficient upgrades. By working with a participating contractor for qualifying improvements, cash incentives can be deducted from the invoice, reducing your out-of-pocket expenses. Savings Within Reach >>
Qualified for Low Income Weatherization?
If you qualify as low-income, you may be better served by Oregon’s Weatherization Assistance Program, administered by Oregon Housing and Community Services. Weatherization and energy-conservation services are available to low-income households through services delivered by Community Action Agencies statewide. Low Income Weatherization Assistance >>