SPECIAL REBATES FOR MODERATE INCOME HOMEOWNERS
Want to improve the energy efficiency of your home but your budget is a bit tight?
Wish you could increase your comfort and decrease your energy bills?
The Community Energy Challenge is offering additional financial incentives to homeowners who qualify as moderate income for completing energy efficiency projects through the program. You may be eligible for exclusive rebates for weatherization and heating upgrades, in addition to any utility rebates! Moderate income homeowners can receive incentives averaging 45% of the cost of a weatherization project (air sealing, duct sealing, insulation). The Community Energy Challenge provides up to a $2000 incentive for upgrading to a ductless heat pump. (Incentives are subject to availability and may change at any time.) All incentives in the moderate income component require a Community Energy Challenge energy audit—provided at a discount—and income pre-qualification. Call the Community Energy Challenge today to learn more about this opportunity.
You may qualify if:
• Your gross (before taxes) household income is no higher than the maximum income specified in the table below
• Your home was built prior to 1990
• The energy efficiency project is coordinated through the Community Energy Challenge
Moderate Income Guidelines 2023- 2024
90% AMI (Annual Median Income) – Maximum Annual Gross Income
Households with low gross annual incomes can call 360-734-5121 ext 1020 (Whatcom and San Juan Counties), 360-428-1959 (Skagit County), or 800-317-5427 (Island County) to inquire about eligibility for additional resources.
Contact the Community Energy Challenge for more information!
360-676-6099 ext 1185
The Community Energy Challenge is a joint project between Sustainable Connections and the Opportunity Council