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Rebates and Incentive Programs

Energy Use & Savings Calculators

Tax Incentive Information 

Regional Energy Efficiency Information

  • Efficiency Works!
    A service of Northwest Energy Coalitions providing engaging energy efficiency research and information for businesses and civic leaders
  • Home Performance Washington
    An association of businesses offering whole house energy efficiency efficiency, comfort, and indoor air quality solutions
  • Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
    A non-profit working with stakeholders to accelerate the market adoption of energy-efficient products, technologies and practices within homes, business and industry
  • Building Performance Center
    A division of the Opportunity Council providing weatherization services to low-income households in Whatcom, San Juan, and Island Counties.

National Energy Efficiency Information

  • Department of Energy
    The US Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
  • Energy STAR
    A joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Dept of Energy facilitating increased energy efficiency through energy efficient products and practices
  • Alliance to Save Energy
    A non-profit coalition of business, government, environmental and consumer leaders undertaking research, educational programs, advocacy and partnership-building to advance energy efficiency

About the Community Energy Challenge

Program Replication Tools

  • The Commercial Conservation Services Program
    This paper outlines in detail the process of developing the commercial services side of the CEC, from identifying opportunities to fulfill needs in the community, to the specifics of program implementation.
  • The Residential One Stop Energy Shop
    This paper describes the steps that went into creating the residential CEC program, including addressing barriers to implementation, driving demand through social change, and developing incentives to make the program available to homes at different income levels.
  • Focus Group Results
    This focus group was conducted to learn about participants’ familiarity with home energy efficiency terminology, response to a variety of messaging approaches, and expectations about the audit experience.
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