Income Qualified Energy Efficiency Upgrade Programs (IQEEUP)

NWCPUD Energy Management Department will be performing most 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. 

Through funds provided from Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) and NWCPUD Energy Management Department, an Income Qualified Energy Efficiency Upgrade Program (IQEEUP) can provide verified participants the necessary energy efficiency upgrades to their homes including the attic, floor, and wall insulation, high-efficiency heating and cooling systems, heat pump water heaters, windows and more!

NWCPUD’s IQEEUP for Homeowners is for single-family homeowners living in electrically heated homes that qualify as eligible for free services following state-level median household income requirements.

NWCPUD’s IQEEUP for Tenants & Landlords is for qualifying tenants living in electrically heated single-family homes and some small multi-family complexes (four dwellings or less) that qualify the owner or landlord of the property for double our current rebates at the time of project completion.

The household income requirements are the same for tenants and homeowners. In buildings with four or less dwellings, at least 50% of the occupant dwellings within the building must meet state-level median household income requirements.

To determine if your household meets IQEEUP requirements for either program, please click the secure link below to be directed to the new income verification portal via Efficiency Services Group:

VERIFICATION PORTAL TEMPORARILY CLOSED

IQEEUP for Homeowners and Tenants Income Verification Portal

IQEEUP: El enlace al sitio de verificación de ingresos para propietarios e inquilinos

Special arrangements will be made for any customer requiring an in-person visit during the VRI or VREA processes.

Questions or Comments?

Email: energy-management@nwascopud.org

Melinda Evans: 541-506-3816

Cesar Garcia: 458-800-1231