Rebates

CLARK PUBLIC UTILITIES REBATES AND INFORMATION

DUCTLESS HEAT PUMP REBATES

Effective August 11, 2020

  • $1000 rebate for the installation of a single or multi-head system (9.0 or greater HSPF)
  • $300 rebate for ductless heat pump replacement (11.0 or greater HSPF)

To Qualify for Your Rebate: You must be the homeowner and your home must have cable ceiling heat, baseboard heat, an electric furnace or wall heaters permanently installed.

HEAT PUMP REBATES

Effective August 11, 2020

  • $1,500 rebate for electric forced air furnace conversion to heat pump.
  • $2,000 rebate for electric forced air furnace conversion to variable speed heat pump.
  • $750 rebate for heat pump replacement.
  • $1,000 rebate for heat pump variable speed replacement.
  • $500 rebate for heat pump commission and controls.

The heat pump must be installed to “Performance Tested Comfort Systems” standards to qualify for rebate.


SKAMANIA PUD REBATES AND INFORMATION

DUCTLESS HEAT PUMP REBATES

Effective September 9, 2020

  • $800 rebate (One per residence) for replacing existing forced air electric or existing zonal heat (baseboard, ceiling cable, wall, electric hydronic). Existing Site Built or Existing Manufactured Homes.

HOMEOWNER ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible for incentive payment, the home must have permanently installed electric resistance heat as the primary heating system. Qualifying applications are Single Family & Manufactured Homes with zonal electric heat, Single Family and Manufactured Homes with electric forced air furnaces. A qualifying home cannot be a new construction site built home. A qualifying existing site built or existing manufactured home cannot have an existing Air Source Heat Pump, Geothermal Heat Pump, existing Ductless Heat Pump or Natural Gas Furnace to qualify for the rebate.

SYSTEM ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible for incentive payment, ductless heat pumps installed must be: a split system heat pump employing an inverter-driven, variable speed compressor, a variable speed outdoor fan, and a multi-speed or variable speed indoor blower. The system must meet a Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) requirement of 9.0.

RESIDENTIAL HVAC REBATES

Effective September 9, 2020

  • $1,400 rebate for heat pump conversion from existing forced air electric furnace (only) new heat pump. New HSPF 9.0 and 14 SEER minimum heat pumps.
  • $400 rebate for air source heat pump upgrade OR add to system with non-electric heating system (i.e., gas/oil/propane/wood) OR Upgrade from zonal electric resistance w/out duct seal. New HSPF 9.0 and 14 SEER minimum heat pumps.
  • $300 rebate for heat pump commissioning & controls. New HSPF 7.7 and 13 SEER minimum heat pumps. This measure can not be combined with any other heat pump measure.
  • $250 rebate for PTCS Duct Sealing or Prescriptive Duct Sealing. Existing forced air electric furnace or heat pump. Existing site built homes.
  • $200 rebate for PTCS Duct Sealing or Prescriptive Duct Sealing. Existing forced air electric furnace or heat pump. Existing manufactured homes.

To be eligible for the PTCS Heat Pump or PTCS Duct seal rebate, the application mist be pre-approved by Skamania PUD prior to installation. The heat pump must be installed by a PTCS certified contractor.


AVISTA REBATES AND INFORMATION

DUCTLESS & HEAT PUMP REBATE

Effective January 1, 2020

  • Electric central ducted forced air furnace to air source heat pump – $700 – must be Avista primary heat source with efficiency of 9.0 HSPF or greater
  • Electric baseboard heat to ductless heat pump -$500 – Must be electric as a primary heat source with a 10.00 HSPF or greater

Customer requirements:

  • Pre-qualify for rebate before you have the conversion completed. Call Avista at (509) 495-4728. Annual usage will be reviewed and must demonstrate that at least 8,000 kilowatt-hours of electric and less than 340 therms of natural gas occurred in the last 12 months in order to be eligible. Homeowners are responsible for complying with all applicable codes and regulations.
  • Rebates are paid directly to homeowner or homeowner can authorize payment release to contractors.
  • Allow 8 weeks for processing and payment of rebate.

Energy Trust of Oregon- Gas Furnace Incentive

Effective Sept 1st, 2020- March 31st 2021

Washington single-family property$100095% annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) or greater.Furnace must be home’s primary heating source.
Washington single-family rental property$1000Gas furnace must be installed in a single-family rental property by an approved Energy Trust trade ally contractor (manufactured homes also qualify).Home must not be owner occupied.Furnace must be home’s primary heating source.90% annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) or greater.Your Energy Trust incentive will be paid directly to your trade ally contractor, who will deduct the incentive amount from your invoice, reducing your out-of-pocket expense. Please note that incentive amounts must not exceed the cost of your improvement project, and you are responsible for paying the balance of the invoice.
Washington condo, townhome, duplex, triplex, or fourplex rental property$1000Gas furnace must be installed by an approved Energy Trust trade ally contractor.90% annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) or higher.Furnace must be home’s primary heating source.Your Energy Trust incentive will be paid directly to your trade ally contractor, who will deduct the incentive amount from your invoice, reducing your out-of-pocket expense. Please note that incentive amounts must not exceed the cost of your improvement project, and you are responsible for paying the balance of the invoice.

WOOD STOVE REPLACEMENT PROGRAM

We are proudly partnered and accepting rebate vouchers from the Southwest Clean Air Agency for the wood stove replacement program.

The Southwest Clean Air Agency (SWCAA), in conjunction with the Washington Department of Ecology (DOE), is offering financial incentives in amounts ranging from $350 to $6000 for homeowners within the Urban Growth Areas (UGAs) of Vancouver, Camas, Washougal, Ridgefield, Battle Ground, Yacolt, Chehalis and Centralia who wish to replace or remove an old wood stove or wood-burning fireplace insert which is installed in the home and does not meet the current emission limits set by the State of Washington (Washington Administrative Code, Chapter 173-433-100).

The program is composed of two (2) options:

Simply visit swcleanair.org to learn more about this wood stove replacement or removal rebate program to see if you qualify.

The program is active at this time and will expire on June 30, 2021, or when grant funding is exhausted, whichever occurs first.