EEUP and IQEEUP for Weatherization
As a part of ‘The New Normal’, we will be performing all inspections and assessments remotely or ‘virtually’ until further notice. Customers and/or tech-savvy friends and family members will be asked to utilize their cell phones and/or computers to assist PUD Energy Management personnel in creating or updating your resident workbook via pictures and/or video.
Special arrangements can and will be made for any customer needing technological or technical assistance during the VRI or VREA processes.
Our traditional Energy Efficiency Upgrade Program (EEUP), Income-Qualified Energy Efficiency Upgrade Program (IQEEUP) and our IQEEUP for Tenants and Landlords are for single family and multi-family residential customers living in electrically heated homes.
At the homeowner or landlord’s request, we will perform a Virtual Rebate Eligibility Assessment (VREA) to assess the insulation levels in the attic, walls, floors, and crawlspace, and the condition of your doors, windows and HVAC ductwork. After the assessment is complete, we will provide recommendations based on the highest possible energy savings and a list of rebates eligible for completed measures.
If you would like to fill out our paper application, please click the link below to download, print, and submit your application to the PUD office:
You can also download and complete this application with your computer’s .pdf reader software, attach it to an email, and send it to: email@example.com.
An additional application option is located at the bottom of this page to submit your assessment request via our online form.
Please click to view the infographic below to learn more about your household energy burden and how you can reduce the inefficiencies in your home by participating in one of our EEUPs!
Questions or Comments?
Travis Hardy: 541-298-3311
Cesar Garcia: 458-800-1231
* Only existing electrically heated homes qualify for our rebate programs. If you are adding rooms, gutting and remodeling, or planning new construction, these rebates DO NOT cover these activities. Any weatherization measures completed prior to the initial audit DO NOT qualify for a rebate. Rebate amounts will not exceed 80% of the cost to purchase and install upgraded unit or measure (unless noted). All programs subject to funding availability.