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PSE launches new energy efficiency program

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Published:2020-10-27 Business
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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




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