Important! Pacific Power's planned changes to the energy efficiency program will become effective January 1, 2019. Changes include an increase to the heat pump clothes dryer incentive and other changes to update qualifications to align with market conditions. For questions or additional clarification, please email [email protected].

Heat Pump Water Heaters

A hot deal on heat pump water heaters

Save big when you upgrade to a high-performance heat pump water heater. Earn cash back on your purchase and watch your water heating costs drop. Qualified models can save the average household up to $300 a year on electric bills.

Multifamily Insulation

Don’t hesitate. Insulate.

Upgrade the insulation in your multifamily property and earn cash back for every square foot. Along with the upfront savings, new insulation will boost the property’s value and appeal with lower heating and cooling costs and improved year-round comfort for your tenants.

Room Air Conditioners

Keep cool and save with efficient room AC

Participating retailers offer discount pricing on qualified room air conditioners. ENERGY STAR rated models use far less energy than standard units so you can beat the heat while keeping your costs down. They also stand out by offering quiet operation, smart timer capabilities, and superior comfort.

Heat Pumps

Save big on a high-efficiency heat pump conversion

Score serious cash back when you convert to an energy-efficient heat pump. Program-qualified models are up to 20 percent more efficient than older systems. With proper selection, installation and maintenance, you can gain big savings on your heating and cooling costs. Cash incentives are available for heat pump conversions, upgrades and optimization.

Evaporative Coolers

Cool down your home and your energy bill

Receive big cash back savings on evaporative coolers. Qualified permanent models use up to 75 percent less energy than central AC to cool the same amount of space. Plus, they can cost about half as much to purchase as a comparable central AC system.

We also offer cash back on portable evaporative coolers that provide a versatile, economical solution to home cooling. These high-efficiency units are easy to move from room to room and consume up to 75 percent less energy than air conditioners.

Ductless Heat Pumps

Go ductless and find your comfort zone

Make the move to a ductless heat pump and earn $1,000 cash back on your purchase. It’s a simple upgrade that’s far more efficient than baseboards and wall heaters. Enjoy savings of up to 50 percent on your heating and cooling costs, and with no invasive ductwork, installation is easy and affordable.

Duct Sealing and Duct Insulation

Don’t let energy slip through the cracks

Be wattsmart and save on duct sealing and duct insulation. When energy is lost through duct surfaces, heating and cooling equipment has to work harder to make up for the loss. As a result, you could be spending too much money to maintain comfort. Duct sealing and duct insulation can cut those heating and cooling costs by 30 percent.

Central Air Conditioners

Get ready for summer savings

Beat the summer heat and save with efficient central air conditioning. Earn cash back on central AC systems designed to keep you and your energy bill in a comfortable place. Program-qualified systems are approximately 15 percent more efficient than standard central AC solutions.

Refrigerators

Open up to a fridge that saves

Be wattsmart and cool your food for less. Make the switch to a qualified high-efficiency refrigerator and earn $75 cash back. These high-efficiency fridges deliver energy savings of up to 20 percent over conventional models, allowing you to reduce your electricity costs without sacrificing performance or features.

Freezers

Earn cold hard cash when you buy a qualified freezer

Save on a high-efficiency freezer and put your energy bill on ice. Qualified freezers lower your electricity costs without sacrificing performance or features. Replace a freezer made before 1993, for instance, and you can save an extra $35 on your annual bills. If you bought your freezer in the 80’s, the savings climb to $70 a year.

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