Construction Incentives Info from PacifiCorp

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From the Weed LTRG Construction Committee is this report from PacifiCorp:

Here is an overview of what we offer:

· New Homes Performance Path – Incentives up to $5,000 per home are available for homes that exceed California’s energy code (Title 24). To be eligible homes must exceed the energy code by a minimum of 15%. Our incentives increase as the homes performance increases beyond the energy code up to the maximum of $5,000 per home. Our incentives are paid to builders and are intended to defray the cost of construction techniques and equipment that make homes more energy efficient. The energy performance of the home needs to be modeled in energy modeling software that is approved by the California Public Utility Commission for use in California.

· New Homes Ductless Heat Pump – We offer a total contractor incentive of $300, and a customer incentive of $1,000 for ductless heat pumps with a seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) of 16 and a heating seasonal performance factor (HSPF) of 9. This is a standalone measure so a customer and/or builder can receive this incentive without going through our New Homes Performance Path.

· New High Performance Manufactured Homes – We offer incentives of $2,000 for high performance manufactured homes which incorporate a high performance envelope (i.e. insulation, sheathing, windows), high efficiency heating/cooling system, water heating, lighting and appliances (the full specification is available upon request). The incentive can be paid to the manufacturer or retailer.

Our team can walk contractors, builders and home owners through our process for receiving incentives. We’re here to help.

Greg Stiles, MBA, CEM

Program Manager Demand Side Management PacifiCorp 825 NE Multnomah St, Suite 600 Portland, Oregon 97232 503.813.5153 greg.stiles@pacificorp.com


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