Keep your home comfortable throughout the year and reduce energy waste by installing insulation, sealing air leaks, and upgrading to high-performance windows. Use our rebates or zero-percent interest loans to help with the cost.
If you are a customer and have electric heat as your primary heating system, you may be eligible for the program. A primary heating system serves more than 50 percent of the conditioned area of the home.
Loans and rebates cannot be combined.
Rebate: $0.80 per square foot of insulation (not to exceed 50 percent of the job cost), and $40 for insulated entry doors
Rebate: $4/sq ft square foot of high-performance windows (U-factor ≤.22, or glass patio doors with U-factor ≤.25)
Some energy efficiency upgrades may be eligible for federal tax credits in addition to rebates provided by EWEB. Additional information can be found on the ENERGY STAR website.
For questions on how or if any tax credits may apply to you, please refer to a licensed tax professional.
Apply online here. Once we receive and process your application, we will send you a confirmation email. If you are also applying for a loan, check 'Yes' in the application and you will be guided through the required questions.
EWEB Customer Solutions
500 E 4th Ave
Eugene, OR 97401
Applications can be emailed to email@example.com
Select a contractor to do the work. Here is a list of contractors who have recently participated in EWEB programs. You are welcome to use contractors who are not listed.
However, 'Do-it-yourself' installations must be approved by an EWEB project manager first.
After installation and all required contractor documents have been received, EWEB will verify the documents for program compliance. Rebate payments will be mailed to either the participant or the contractor approximately four to six weeks from the date EWEB approves the installation. Loan payments will be mailed approximately four to six weeks after the homeowner returns the signed loan contracts to EWEB.
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