Energy Efficiency

INCENTIVES AVAILABLE

  • Direct Install Program– Canby Utility will replace only incandescent light bulbs in the home with CFL lights, CFL’s for recessed lighting fixtures and candelabra base lighting.   Replace showerheads with high efficiency showerheads for home that have electric heating.  NO COST TO CUSTOMERS.  CALL  888-883-9879 to schedule an appointment today!
  • Residential Energy Star Qualified Lighting Rebate-  CFL fixture Hard-wired, Energy Star qualified.  LED Lamp Directional. 2020 lumens Energy Star qualified.  Rebates will not exceed 75% of purchase price.   Go to Rebate forms and applications for full details.

Program Eligibility

  • Single-family and multi-family residences must have permanently installed electric heat capable of heating the entire dwelling. Your utility will pay weatherization rebates only when electric heat is the primary heat source.
  • A home energy audit must be performed before you apply for a rebate. If you start weatherization work before the audit, the work will not qualify for a rebate.
  • Canby Utility reserves the right to inspect completed work. Rebates will be paid only on inspected work that meets Canby Utility’s specifications (aka: Regional Technical Forum (RTF) Residential Weatherization Specifications).

Qualifying Energy Efficiency Improvements

The following energy efficiency improvements qualify for a rebate if they are recommended on the utility-approved audit:

  • Insulation (Attic, wall, and floor)
  • Energy efficient replacement windows
  • House/Duct sealing

Incentives

(Rebates – Subject to Availability of Funds)

  • Refer to your audit report for the estimated rebate amounts.
  • Insulation (contractor installed): approximately 30% of average cost of installation.
  • Blower Door Guided Air Sealing: amounts vary depending upon leakage reduction.
  • Window rebates: U-factor of 0.30 or lower — $3.00 per square foot of window opening (Existing single pane or double pane with metal frame windows only qualify. Existing double pane wood or vinyl frames are not eligible for a rebate).
  • For owner-installed insulation, rebates are limited to 100% of the cost of materials only.

NOTE: Rebate amounts may change at any time.

Project Completion

  • Projects must be completed with 90 days of the utility’s approval of your rebate request. Canby Utility cannot guarantee availability of incentives if project extends beyond 90 days from approval.
  • After the project is completed, all final invoices and receipts must be submitted to Canby Utility upon completion.
  • Rebate funds are not released until all invoices/receipts for the project are submitted to the utility.

Program Eligibility

Single-family and multi-family residences must have permanently installed electric heat capable of heating the entire dwelling. Your utility will pay weatherization rebates only when electric heat is the primary heat source.
A home energy audit must be performed before you apply for a rebate. If you start weatherization work before the audit, the work will not qualify for a rebate.
Canby Utility reserves the right to inspect completed work. Rebates will be paid only on inspected work that meets Canby Utility’s specifications (aka: Regional Technical Forum (RTF) Residential Weatherization Specifications).

Qualifying Energy Efficiency Improvements

The following energy efficiency improvements qualify for a rebate if they are recommended on the utility-approved audit:
Insulation (Attic, wall, and floor)
Energy efficient replacement windows
House/Duct sealing

Incentives

Rebates – Subject to Availability of Funds
Refer to your audit report for the estimated rebate amounts.
Insulation (contractor installed): approximately 30% of average cost of installation.
Blower Door Guided Air Sealing: amounts vary depending upon leakage reduction.
Window rebates: U-factor of 0.30 or lower — $3.00 per square foot of window opening (Existing single pane or double pane with metal frame windows only qualify. Existing double pane wood or vinyl frames are not eligible for a rebate).
For owner-installed insulation, rebates are limited to 100% of the cost of materials only.
NOTE: Rebate amounts may change at any time.

Project Completion

Projects must be completed with 90 days of the utility’s approval of your rebate request. Canby Utility cannot guarantee availability of incentives if project extends beyond 90 days from approval.
After the project is completed, all final invoices and receipts must be submitted to Canby Utility upon completion.
Rebate funds are not released until all invoices/receipts for the project are submitted to the utility.

Questions? Call 503.266.1156