EWEB - New Facilities Energy Efficiency Rebate Program

June 13, 2022

Summary

Eugene Water and Electric Board (EWEB) provides incentives for cost-effective custom projects for new construction and retrofits that fall outside of our standard rebate programs and standard rebates for qualifying electrically heated new construction multi-family housing projects. In addition, EWEB offers low-interest loans to help finance energy projects. Custom incentives are based on verified electric energy savings and are subject to a cost cap. Interested customers should contact EWEB for more specific information before starting projects. More information and rebate applications are available on the program website listed above.

Program Overview

Implementing Sector: Utility
Category: Financial Incentive
State: Oregon
Incentive Type: Rebate Program
Web Site: http://www.eweb.org/business-customers/rebates-loans-and-conservation/new-construction-and-custom-projects
Administrator: Eugene Water & Electric Board
Start Date:
Eligible Renewable/Other Technologies:
  • Custom/Others pending approval
  • Other EE
Incentive Amount: Custom Incentive Program
Incentives: Subject to a 70% of Incremental Measure Cost (IMC) cap
Whole Building: calculate IMC based on a percent of the whole building cost
Projects over 200,000 kWh in savings may receive a fraction of the total estimated incentive
Equipment Requirements: Project must have a benefit to cost ratio of greater than one
Installation Requirements: See website for details

Incentives

This program has 1 incentives
Technologies: Custom/Others pending approval
Sectors: Commercial, Federal Government
Parameters: The incentive is 70.00 % of cost

Contact

Name: Rebate Program
Organization: Eugene Water & Electric Board
Address:
OR
Phone: (541) 685-7318
Email: ems.loans@eweb.org

This information is sourced from DSIRE; the most comprehensive source of information on incentives and policies that support renewables and energy efficiency in the United States. Established in 1995, DSIRE is operated by the N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center at N.C. State University.