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PSE launches new energy efficiency program

Efficiency Boost helps make energy efficiency upgrades for your home more affordable

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Tis the season to plan for snow and ice

Studded tires allowed in Washington from Nov. 1 to March 31; stud-free winter tire alternatives are legal year-round

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Lane, traffic signals added on SR 524 at Yew Way

New traffic signals will turn on at the Yew Way-Maltby Road intersection on State Route 524, just west of SR 522 near Woodinville, early Wednesday, Sept. 9.

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Arrests made in Everett homicide

Since the homicide on August 31st, detectives have investigated the shooting death of a male inside a vehicle at Langus Riverfront Park (411 Smith Island Rd).

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Changes proposed for crude oil movement reporting requirements

Knowing when, where and what kind of oil is transported across Washington state is critically important to first responders when a spill happens.

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Check schedules and expect waits for state ferries over Labor Day weekend

People who plan to travel on a state ferry over the Labor Day weekend should check sailing schedules and plan for long waits if driving a vehicle aboard.

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Published:2020-10-27 Business Print Snohomish Times
PSE launches new energy efficiency program

In the midst of the current pandemic and economic crisis, Puget Sound Energy has launched Efficiency Boost, a new energy efficiency program that will bring customers additional energy and cost-saving opportunities.

The new program offers increased rebate amounts for income-qualified customers, so they can work on improving their home before winter arrives without breaking the bank. Whether customers are hoping to insulate their home, update windows, or replace a water heater or heating system, sliding scale rebates of up to $2,000 are available for those who qualify. Efficiency Boost income guidelines allow a four-person household with an annual gross income between $58,000 and $78,000 (before taxes) to qualify for the rebates.

The process is simple: Customers start by contacting a PSE Energy Advisor to confirm their income eligibility. Once they receive confirmation, the Energy Advisor can also provide a referral for a Recommended Energy Professional (REP), who would complete the work in their home and provide an instant rebate.

To learn more about Efficiency Boost visit pse.com/efficiencyboost.

PROGRAM UPGRADE TYPE WHAT YOU GET
Weatherization Attic Insulation R-11 or less to R-49 75% of cost up to $1,200
Floor Insulation R-0 to R-30 75% of cost up to $400
Wall Insulation R-0 to R-13 75% of cost up to $800
Prescriptive Duct Sealing and Insulation 75% of cost up to $800
Duct sealing only 75% of the cost up to $600
Prescriptive Air Sealing (attic and/or crawl space) 75% of cost up to $200 (per area)
Windows Windows, Single Pane to U30 $200 per window, up to $2,000
Water Heat Heat pump water heater: NEEA Northern Climate Tier 3 approved $600
Natural Gas Tankless Water Heater: ENERGY STAR® qualified $500
Natural Gas Storage Water Heater: ENERGY STAR® qualified $150
Space Heat Natural Gas Boiler: 95% AFUE $600
Natural Gas Furnace: 95% AFUE $600
Electric resistance to ductless heat pump: AHRI Certified; HSPF 9.0 $1,600
Electric forced air furnace to heat pump: AHRI certified; HSPF 8.2 for HP, 8.5 for DHP


PSE launches new energy efficiency program PSE launches new energy efficiency program
2020-10-27
Efficiency Boost helps make energy efficiency upgrades for your home more affordable
Tis the season to plan for snow and ice Tis the season to plan for snow and ice
2020-10-26
Studded tires allowed in Washington from Nov. 1 to March 31; stud-free winter tire alternatives are legal year-round
Lane, traffic signals added on SR 524 at Yew Way Lane, traffic signals added on SR 524 at Yew Way
2020-09-08
New traffic signals will turn on at the Yew Way-Maltby Road intersection on State Route 524, just west of SR 522 near Woodinville, early Wednesday, Sept. 9.
Arrests made in Everett homicide Arrests made in Everett homicide
2020-09-06
Since the homicide on August 31st, detectives have investigated the shooting death of a male inside a vehicle at Langus Riverfront Park (411 Smith Island Rd).
Changes proposed for crude oil movement reporting requirements Changes proposed for crude oil movement reporting requirements
2020-09-03
Knowing when, where and what kind of oil is transported across Washington state is critically important to first responders when a spill happens.
Check schedules and expect waits for state ferries over Labor Day weekend Check schedules and expect waits for state ferries over Labor Day weekend
2020-09-03
People who plan to travel on a state ferry over the Labor Day weekend should check sailing schedules and plan for long waits if driving a vehicle aboard.
Giving on wheels Giving on wheels
2020-09-02
Giving on wheels: Amidst pandemic, Snohomish County Food Drive gathers donations and hope
Allow extra time if traveling this Labor Day weekend Allow extra time if traveling this Labor Day weekend
2020-09-02
Plan ahead, use WSDOT tools to stay in the know before and during trips
Public invited to comment on firefighting foam collection and disposal plan Public invited to comment on firefighting foam collection and disposal plan
2020-09-01
The Washington Department of Ecology proposes to use the states hazardous waste contractor, Clean Harbors, to collect stockpiles of PFAS-containing firefighting foam from fire stations and select state agencies across Washington.
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