Cool Down Energy Use through Energy Trust of Oregon
Cascade Natural Gas is pleased to offer incentives to our Oregon commercial and residential customers through Energy Trust of Oregon. Energy Trust offers services and incentives that can help you reduce your impact on the environment while increasing the energy efficiency of your home or business.
Note: When applying for a rebate, allow eight to twelve weeks for us to process your Washington residential incentive applications.
An energy-efficient home can save you money season after season. Cascade Natural Gas can help with four easy steps to rebates for energy-efficient gas improvements, an easy online application, and a list of qualified contractors in your area.
Income-qualified customers may be eligible for Low Income Weatherization Assistance or Bill Assistance in partnership with Cascade Natural Gas and your local Community Action Agency.
Step one: Eligibility
- Homeowners must be on residential rate schedule 503
- For heating and weatherization rebates, homeowners must use natural gas as your primary heat source (not a back-up for an electric heat pump); or
- For water heating rebates, homeowners must use natural gas as your primary water heat source
Step two: Select your Project Type
For eligibility information pertaining to high efficiency combination domestic hot water and space heating rebates, view our Energy Efficiency Flow Chart. Pre-approval required for combination systems.
Step three: Find a Qualified Trade Ally Contractor
And remember it’s a good idea to always get 3 bids for any project you’d like to engage in.
Step four: Submitting paperwork
Taking a little extra time to ensure your paperwork is complete and accurate helps the rebate process move forward and helps you get your rebate even faster. For further assistance call us at 866-626-4479. Be sure to read through the eligibility requirements on the second page of the incentive list to see if your project qualifies and for full Terms and Conditions.