Rebates

 

Ductless Heat Pump Rebates

A ductless heat pump is a highly efficient and easily installed primary heating and cooling system for electrically heated homes.  Ductless systems are ideal for replacing or supplementing less efficient electric baseboard or wall heaters, and window air conditioners in the Summer.  A qualified local installer can provide you with an estimate for your home.  You may be eligible for an $800.00 or $1000.00 rebate.  Please contact your Energy Service office for further details at (509) 422-8428.

 Ductless Heat Pump Program Brochure

Ductless Heat Pump Homeowner Participation Form

NEEM Certified Manufactured Home Rebates

The Energy Services Department also offers Manufactured Home Rebates for the purchase of a New NEEM Certified Manufactured Home.

Download and print a form to receive a $1000 rebate for yourself and a $200 rebate for your salesperson on qualifying purchased and installed manufactured homes.

NEEM Certified Manufactured Home Form

 

Insulation Rebates

Okanogan County PUD offers an insulation rebate program to customers of the PUD. If you are in need of additional insulation in your home now is a great time to do just that. The amount of the rebate is dependent on several factors. Please contact an insulation contractor and the Okanogan PUD Energy Services Department for a preliminary inspection. Once that is completed, we can then determine the rebate amount. Insulation is one of the fastest and most cost-effective ways to reduce energy usage.

 

Window Rebates

We also offer rebates for windows. If your home has single pane windows with or without storm windows with any type of frame (wood or metal) or double pane metal frame windows with or without storm windows and you replace them with energy efficient windows you are eligible to receive a $3.00 per square foot of glass rebate.

New windows must be Energy Star rated and have a U Factor of at least 0.30 or lower. The lower the U Factor the more efficient the window.  Check out the NFRC window label below for an example of the label attached to all new windows detailing important window efficiency information.

 

Completed forms should be returned to the Okanogan County PUD Conservation Department at 1331 2nd Ave N. in Okanogan, or mailed to PO Box 912, Okanogan, WA 98840.