EEUP for Weatherization

NWCPUD’s Traditional Energy Efficiency Upgrade Program (EEUP) for Weatherization is 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 or in-person Rebate Eligibility Assessment (REA) to assess the insulation levels in the attic, walls, floors, and crawlspace, and also confirm the type and condition of your doors, windows, and HVAC ductwork.

After the eligibility assessment is complete, we will provide recommendations based on the highest possible energy savings and a list of rebates eligible for completed measures in the form of an REA Report.

Any weatherization measures completed by the Contractor or Homeowner prior to a completed REA will not be considered for rebates. Thank you for your consideration.

Step 1

Request and complete an in-person or virtual REA to determine eligibility

An online application option is available and is located at the bottom of this page.

If you would like to fill out our paper application, please view the EEUP Rebate Eligibility Assessment (REA) Application (PDF) download, print, and submit your application to the PUD office:

You can also download and complete this application and send it to Energy Management Email.

Step 2

Install energy efficiency upgrades at your home or residential property

Required Installation Codes & Procedures

Step 3

Submit all required documents and request an in-person NWCPUD rebate inspection

Please return all rebate project documents, project information forms, and invoices to:

  • NWCPUD Energy Management Department, 2345 River Rd., The Dalles, OR 97058 or Email

Step 4

EEUP rebate checks will be mailed out 4-6 weeks after a successful rebate inspection and all required documentation has been received.

  • Only existing electrically heated homes qualify for NWCPUD’s EEUP for Weatherization rebates.
    • 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 Rebate Eligibility Assessment (REA) do not qualify for a rebate.
  • To be eligible for weatherization rebates, receipts or invoices must show the purchase date or installation date within 90 days of the rebate inspection request.
  • Rebate amounts will not exceed 80% of the cost to purchase and install an upgraded unit or measure (unless noted).

All programs are subject to funding availability.

EEUP Rebate Eligibility Assessment (REA) Application

This form is to be filled out by NWCPUD customers who heat their homes with electricity and would like to have an assessment performed in order to be considered for energy efficiency rebates. Once your form is submitted, the NWCPUD will call you to schedule a Rebate Eligibility Assessment (REA) at your convenience.

  • The fuel source for the heating system that conditions a majority of your home by square footage is:
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.