Commercial SW Washington

New Existing Buildings incentives


Packaged vegetables and veggies at a street fair.Energy Trust will launch several new incentive offerings for Existing Buildings customers soon. The On-Demand Overwrapper incentive, outlined below, is offered for equipment purchased on or after July 1, 2019. The Automatic Conveyer Broiler incentives are offered for equipment purchased on or after April 14, 2019 for Oregon customers and July 1, 2019 for Washington customers.

What is an On-Demand Overwrapper?
An energy smart, on-demand overwrapper is a hand-wrap machine for packaging foods and other perishable products in grocery and convenience stores. Unlike a traditional overwrapper, the seal plate of an on-demand overwrapper only takes seconds to reach seal temperature. An on-demand overwrapper also consumes less power than a traditional model through the use of a timer-controlled heated seal plate and a thermistor-controlled circuit that engages as residual heat increases in the seal plate.

What is an Automatic Conveyor Broiler?
An automatic conveyor broiler contains one to four belts on which food is placed, either directly on the belt, or in pans that travel on the belt. Automatic conveyor broilers combine the principles of over-fired and under-fired broilers using a stainless-steel belt to convey and consistently cook large quantities of food. Automatic conveyor broilers can bake, broil, heat and melt a wide variety of food items in a shorter period of time, and with less labor, than other broiler types.

EquipmentRequirementsEstimated Average SavingsUnit Incentive
On-Demand Overwrapper (Oregon)• Use either a mechanical or optical control system to detect product1,584 kWh$275 each
Automatic Conveyor Broiler with
< 22” wide belt
(Oregon)
• Automatic conveyor with catalyst

• Total combined conveyor belt width to be < 22”

• Input rate < 80 kBtu/h or dual stage or modulating gas valve with a capability of throttling the input rate below 80 kBtu/h

• Installed under a Type I Vent Hood (used for appliances that produce grease and smoke)

• Gas fueled broiler for site that either receives both electricity and gas or only gas from a participating utility

• Gas fueled or alternate fueled source broiler for site that receives only electricity from a participating utility
1,145 therms and 7,144 kWh (savings applied where applicable)$2,015 each
Automatic Conveyor Broiler with 22” to 28” wide belt (Oregon)• Automatic conveyor with catalyst

• Total combined conveyor belt width to be between 22” and 28”

• Input rate < 80 kBtu/h or dual stage or modulating gas valve with a capability of throttling the input rate below 80 kBtu/h

• Installed under a Type I Vent Hood (used for appliances that produce grease and smoke)

• Gas fueled broiler for site that either receives both electricity and gas or only gas from a participating utility

• Gas fueled or alternate fueled source broiler for site that receives only electricity from a participating utility
1,933 therms and 6,403 kWh (savings applied where applicable)$2,515 each
Automatic Conveyor Broiler with
> 28” wide belt (Oregon)
• Automatic conveyor with catalyst

• Total combined conveyor belt width to be > 28”

• Input rate < 80 kBtu/h or dual stage or modulating gas valve with a capability of throttling the input rate below 80 kBtu/h

• Installed under a Type I Vent Hood (used for appliances that produce grease and smoke)

• Gas fueled broiler for site that either receives both electricity and gas or only gas from a participating utility

• Gas fueled or alternate fueled source broiler for site that receives only electricity from a participating utility
3,161 therms and 23,849 kWh (savings applied where applicable)$2,925 each
Automatic Conveyor Broiler with
< 22” wide belt (Washington - Existing Buildings, New Buildings, Multifamily, New Multifamily)
• Automatic conveyor with catalyst

• Total combined conveyor belt width to be < 22”

• Input rate < 80 kBtu/h or dual stage or modulating gas valve with a capability of throttling the input rate below 80 kBtu/h

• Installed under a Type I Vent Hood (used for appliances that produce grease and smoke)

• Gas fueled broiler
1,145 therms$2,015 each
Automatic Conveyor Broiler with 22” to 28” wide belt (Washington - Existing Buildings, New Buildings, Multifamily, New Multifamily)• Automatic conveyor with catalyst

• Total combined conveyor belt width to be between 22” and 28”

• Input rate < 80 kBtu/h or dual stage or modulating gas valve with a capability of throttling the input rate below 80 kBtu/h

• Installed under a Type I Vent Hood (used for appliances that produce grease and smoke)

• Gas fueled broiler
1,933 therms$2,515 each
Automatic Conveyor Broiler with
> 28” wide belt (Washington - Existing Buildings, New Buildings, Multifamily, New Multifamily)
• Automatic conveyor with catalyst

• Total combined conveyor belt width to be > 28”

• Input rate < 80 kBtu/h or dual stage or modulating gas valve with a capability of throttling the input rate below 80 kBtu/h

• Installed under a Type I Vent Hood (used for appliances that produce grease and smoke)

• Gas fueled broiler
3,161 therms$2,925 each