OPALCO offers rebates when available through the Energy Efficiency Program from Bonneville Power Administration (BPA). Pay close attention to the rebate requirements, as most rebates are for homes heated with electricity only. Please contact us for a complete list of our current residential rebates for OPALCO members. Download a snapshot of 2019 rebates HERE.
Please note that rebates are subject to change, and available funding.
To get a rebate, follow the directions on the rebate form.
As always, contact us with any questions. We’re here to help!
Heat pumps are recognized as the most efficient way to heat (and cool) your home in moderate climates like ours. We offer rebates for high-efficiency ducted heat pumps and ductless heat pumps (also called mini-splits). Heat pumps must be installed by a certified professional. Find more about heat pump rebates.
Getting rid of your old propane furnace? Need to move up from your wood stove and are investing in an energy efficient Ductless Heat Pump? OPALCO may be offering an additional incentive to switch away from dirtier, inefficient heat sources. If you are planning to decommission a non-electric heat source to replace it with an efficient Ductless Heat Pump, check out our rebate for fuel-switching.
OPALCO offers lighting, heat pump, and window upgrade rebates for commercial members. Other commercial rebates are dependent of availability of funds. Contact us to talk about your business energy upgrade ideas.
One of the best ways to save money on your bill is by taking advantage of all the energy you heat and cool with. Make sure you have good insulation where you need it! It will help keep your home warm during the winter and cool during the summer. Windows and doors are also typically the weakest point of energy loss in your home.
Have an EV? Want to charge it at home? OPALCO is offering a rebate to place a Level 2 Charging Station at your home – up to $500! Apart from heating your home, your car’s internal combustion engine uses more energy than anything else you use. Why not replace it with an EV that fuels up at a fraction of the cost and has a significantly reduced environmental impact?
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