Rebates and loans for your home
If you have a non-electric heated home, you may be eligible for EWEB rebates and loans.
If you made energy efficiency improvements to your owner-occupied home,
you may be eligible for tax credits.
Please note a rental property is classified as a business and may be eligible for business energy tax credits.
Consult a tax professional if you have further questions about your eligibility.
Take advantage of EWEB's programs to help lower your bills, reduce energy
waste and increase the value of your home or rental property.
New for 2015 – EWEB is now offering heat pump rebates to non-electrically
heated homes. Work with EWEB's energy management specialists to make an informed decision about the most cost-effective
and sustainable fuel source for your home.
Learn about ducted heat pumps and EWEB's available rebates and loans.
Determine if a ductless heat pump is right for your home and read about EWEB's incentives.
EWEB offers heat pump water heater rebates.
Learn more about the technology and efficiency requirements.
Read about EWEB's free service that helps developers, architects, designers, home buyers and
contractors design and build new energy-efficient homes.
Weatherize your home or rental property by adding insulation and upgrading to high-performance windows.
Please note: As of August 31, 2015, EWEB's incentive
program for windows will change. High performance windows with U=0.22 or lower will be eligible for a rebate of $4 per square foot of glass.
Projects must be completed and submitted to EWEB no later than Monday, August 31, 2015 to be eligible for
EWEB's current rebate of $5 per square foot of glass.
Help increase the value of your rental property, attract and retain tenants, and decrease tenants' electric bills by improving the energy efficiency of your rental property.
Contact the Housing and Community Services Agency of Lane County (HACSA) to learn
about available energy services.