Existing Homes

Existing Multifamily incentive changes effective January 1, 2017

January 09, 2017

Energy Trust updates incentive amounts and measure requirements on January 1 of each year. The following changes apply to Existing Multifamily projects.

Existing Multifamily incentive changes effective January 1, 2017:

MeasurePrimary heating fuel2016 Details2017 Details2016 Incentive2017 Incentive
Ductless heat pumpElectricIncentive differed with property typeSame incentive for all property types$600 for 5+ attached units,
$800 for 2-4 attached units
$800 for all property types
Heat pump water heater, Tier 3Electric55 gallon size restriction, Replacing electric water heaterNo size restriction,
Replacing electric water heater
$500$500
High-efficiency gas water heaterGas or electricOnly 2-4 unit properties eligible2-4 unit and side-by-side unit properties eligible$100$100
High-efficiency direct-vent gas fireplaceGasOnly side-by-side units eligible2-4 unit and side-by-side unit properties eligible$150 for 70-74% FE

$250 for 75% or more FE
$150 for 70-74% FE

$250 for 75% or more FE
Floor, wall, knee wall and rim joist insulationGas or electricOnly available for properties heated with electricityAvailable for gas- and electric-heated properties. For gas customers, floor and wall insulation must be accompanied by attic insulation of R-19 or greater, and has a cap of $150$0.30 per square foot$0.30 per square foot
(New) Flat roof insulationGas or electricN/AFor all building types up to 3 stories. If the existing condition is R-5 or less, building must be retrofitted to R-20 or greaterN/A$0.30 per square foot

As of January 1, 2017, find revised forms here.

For more information about incentive changes and effective dates, contact Nate Collins, trade ally coordinator, at 503.278.3075.

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