Rebates and programs for your home
Take advantage of EWEB's programs to help lower your bills, reduce energy
waste and increase the value of your home or rental property.
Energy efficient appliances help you save energy, which reduces your monthly utility bill and protects the environment.
Heating and cooling can account for nearly half of your total electric bill. Learn about how to
increase home comfort, while also saving energy and lowering your monthly bill.
Switching to energy-efficient lighting and fixtures is one of the simplest and most
cost-effective ways to save energy at home and reduce your monthly electric bill.
Read about EWEB's free service that helps developers, architects, designers, home buyers and
contractors design and build new energy-efficient homes.
Water heating typically accounts for 25% to 35% of home energy costs. A solar water heater
can reduce these costs substantially by using sunshine to provide hot water.
Weatherize your home or rental property by testing and sealing air leaks, or by adding insulation and energy-efficient windows.
Contact the Housing and Community Services Agency of Lane County (HACSA) to learn
about available energy services.
Based on completed projects and customer applications approved as of March, we have committed all
available funds for 2013 energy efficiency incentives.
EWEB will honor all approved residential program applications for upcoming work for a period
of 90 days from March 21, 2013. This date must be reflected on your application form and sales receipt.
We are still taking applications from customers who might be interested in getting a loan or
rebate once these programs are re-started, either later this year or in early 2014.
or call 541-685-7000 for an application.
Throughout the year, we continue to
offer everything from energy audits of your home, to contractor lists and tax
Read more about EWEB's current and future
energy conservation products and services