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1 COMMERCIAL Oregon Incentives SEE WHAT SAVING ENERGY AND MONEY CAN DO FOR YOUR BUSINESS. EXISTING BUILDINGS STANDARD INCENTIVES FOR OREGON BUSINESS CUSTOMERS EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2018

2 Contents 1 Standard Incentives 2 LODGING AND FOODSERVICE 5 GROCERY 8 COMPUTER 9 HVAC, WATER HEATING AND ROOFTOP UNITS 11 INSULATION: GAS AND ELECTRIC HEAT 12 COMPRESSED AIR 13 EMERGENCY GENERATOR BLOCK HEATERS 13 WELDERS 13 FORKLIFT BATTERY CHARGER 14 Lighting Incentives 14 Custom Incentives 14 Solar Incentives ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES i

3 Standard Incentives Staying competitive means businesses of all sizes need to look for ways to stretch every dollar. Improving the energy efficiency of your facility can lower operating costs and save money, while enhancing employee and customer comfort. Energy Trust of Oregon offers incentives to help reduce your upfront costs and make energy-efficiency upgrades more affordable. Savings from energy-efficient upgrades often pay for the improvements in just a few years, so you may achieve a faster return on investment. Are You Eligible? Energy Trust Existing Buildings incentives are available for qualifying energy-efficiency upgrades and retrofits to commercial, municipal, educational and institutional customers served by Energy Trust. To qualify, you must typically: Have a project site in Oregon served by and on a qualifying rate schedule for Portland General Electric or Pacific Power for electric-saving incentives. Have a project site in Oregon served by and on a qualifying rate schedule for NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas or Avista for gas-saving incentives. Be improving an existing structure. Pay the public purpose charge; check your bill or contact Energy Trust if you have questions. Additional eligibility requirements may apply, depending on your project. Incentives are subject to funding availability and may change. See final page for resources to help you confirm equipment qualification for incentives. Energy savings estimates are based on annual averages. Your actual savings may vary. Easy Steps to Savings 1. Find a contractor. Check our list of licensed and insured trade ally contractors or use your own contractor. 2. Install. Purchase and install the qualified equipment. 3. Submit application, W-9 and spec sheet. Submit within 90 days of installation. Your trade ally contractor or supplier can help. 4. Get your incentive. And keep on saving through reduced energy costs. A post-installation verification may be required. With You All the Way Energy Trust will work with you to see your upgrade through. We can help you select an energy-efficient solution for your business by connecting you with Energy Trust trade allies (suppliers or contractors) who are familiar with the latest energy-efficiency standards and equipment and know what qualifies for Energy Trust incentives. Your trade ally can even help you with your Energy Trust incentive application. Bring Us In Learn more about Energy Trust incentives and how they can help you build energy efficiency into your business. Call , or visit 1 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES

4 LODGING AND FOODSERVICE Packaged Terminal Heat Pump Guest Room Occupancy Controls for Packaged Terminal Units Must replace electric resistance heat Must be AHRI certified Eligible only for hotels and motels Device must detect occupancy through use of keycard or infrared and motion sensing, and turns off room equipment when room is unoccupied for a period of time 1,160 kwh $200 each 150 kwh $50 each Showerhead GPM or less Gas water heating: 8 kwh, 7.7 therms $10 each Minimum of 10 purchased per site Electric water heating: 178 kwh Showerwand GPM or less Gas water heating: 8 kwh, 7.7 therms $10 each Minimum of 10 purchased per site Electric water heating: 178 kwh Bathroom Faucet Aerator 0.5 GPM or less Gas water heating: 25 kwh, 19.1 therms $3 each Minimum of 15 purchased per site Electric water heating: 420 kwh Kitchen Faucet Aerator 1.5 GPM or less Gas water heating: 10 kwh, 7.9 therms $5 each Minimum of 15 purchased per site Electric water heating: 183 kwh Commercial Laundry Washer (Site that receives electricity and gas from participating utilities) ENERGY STAR Front load washer MEF > 2.2 Electric or gas water heating: 460 kwh, 26 therms $200 each Commercial Laundry Washer (Site that receives electricity only from a ENERGY STAR Front load washer MEF > 2.2 Electric water heating: 1,027 kwh $200 each Commercial Laundry Washer (Site that receives gas only from a ENERGY STAR Front load washer MEF > 2.2 Gas water heating: 32 therms $65 each Gas Griddle ENERGY STAR 147 therms $500 each Electric Griddle ENERGY STAR 1,860 kwh $400 each Gas Combination Oven ENERGY STAR 290 therms $750 each Electric Combination Oven ENERGY STAR 6,139 kwh $750 each Gas Convection Oven (Full Size) ENERGY STAR 302 therms $600 each Electric Convection Oven (Full Size) ENERGY STAR 1,853 kwh $600 each Electric Convection Oven (Half Size) ENERGY STAR 1,961 kwh $600 each 1 Showerheads and showerwands purchased at retail stores currently participating in Energy Trust s retail buydown are not eligible. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 2

5 LODGING AND FOODSERVICE continued Gas Fryer ENERGY STAR 569 therms/vat $800/vat Electric Fryer ENERGY STAR 2,249 kwh/vat $400/vat Electric Hot Food Cabinet (Full size: > 15 ft 3 ) Electric Hot Food Cabinet (Half size: < 15 ft 3 ) ENERGY STAR 5,184 kwh $1,000 each ENERGY STAR 2,592 kwh $500 each Gas Steam Cooker ENERGY STAR 1,308 therms $2,600 each Electric Steam Cooker ENERGY STAR 2,652 kwh $1,300 each Commercial Vent Hood with Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) (Site that receives electricity from a Variable speed drives installed on vent hood fan motor and make-up air unit fan motor Vent hood fan motor horsepower and make-up air unit horsepower must total at least 5 horsepower Electric heated: 2,973 kwh/horsepower 1,309 kwh, 71 therms/horsepower $750/horsepower Gas heated sites must receive gas from a participating utility Dishwasher, Undercounter High temp (HT) Electric water heating: 7,369 kwh $600 each ENERGY STAR Gas water heating: 2,680 kwh, 217 therms Dishwasher, Single Tank, Door/Upright HT or low temp (LT) ENERGY STAR HT electric water heating: 13,950 kwh LT electric water heating: 11,969 kwh $900 each HT gas water heating: 5,197 kwh, 405 therms LT gas water heating: 554 therms Dishwasher, Single Tank, Conveyor HT or LT HT electric water heating: 18,972 kwh $900 each ENERGY STAR LT electric water heating: 11,228 kwh HT gas water heating: 7,998 kwh, 508 therms LT gas water heating: 520 therms 3 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES

6 LODGING AND FOODSERVICE continued Ice Machine, Self-Contained Unit 2 < 175 Ice Harvest Rate (IHR) Ice Machine, Self-Contained Unit 2 > 175 IHR Ice Machine, Ice-Making Head 2 < 450 IHR Ice Machine, Ice-Making Head 2 > 450 IHR Ice Machine, Remote Condensing Unit 2 < 1,000 IHR Ice Machine, Remote Condensing Unit 2 > 1,000 IHR CEE Tier 1 or ENERGY STAR 311 kwh $200 each CEE Tier kwh $300 each CEE Tier 1 or ENERGY STAR 444 kwh $200 each CEE Tier kwh $300 each CEE Tier 1 or ENERGY STAR 707 kwh $200 each CEE Tier 2 1,071 kwh $300 each CEE Tier 1 or ENERGY STAR 1,515 kwh $300 each CEE Tier 2 2,157 kwh $400 each CEE Tier 1 or ENERGY STAR 1,145 kwh $200 each CEE Tier 2 1,777 kwh $300 each CEE Tier 1 or ENERGY STAR 1,950 kwh $400 each CEE Tier 2 2,491 kwh $500 each 2 Air-cooled, cubed ice machines. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 4

7 GROCERY Anti-Sweat Controls Medium temp case (between 1 F and 35 F) Anti-Sweat Controls Low temp case (below 0 F) Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM) Must replace shaded pole Evaporator Fan Controls Install controls on shaded pole in walk-in Add Doors to Open Refrigerated Cases (Site that receives electricity and gas from participating utilities) Add Doors to Open Refrigerated Cases (Site that receives gas only from a Convenience Stores/Small Grocery (Site that receives electricity only from a Medium Grocery (Site that receives electricity only from a Large Grocery (Site that receives electricity only from a Convenience Stores/Small Grocery (Site that receives electricity and gas from participating utilities) Medium Grocery (Site that receives electricity and gas from participating utilities) Large Grocery (Site that receives electricity and gas from participating utilities) Convenience Stores/Small Grocery (Site that receives gas only from a Medium Grocery (Site that receives gas only from a Reach-in, walk-in, coffin No-heat doors do not qualify Reach-in, walk-in, coffin No-heat doors do not qualify 324 kwh/linear ft of door $40/linear ft of door 434 kwh/linear ft of door $50/linear ft of door Retrofit reach-in 683 kwh/motor replaced $80/motor replaced Retrofit walk-in 1,245 kwh/motor replaced $120/motor replaced Fan controls for walk-in 451 kwh/fan controlled $100/fan controlled New doors installed on open medium temp or low temp cases New doors installed on open medium temp or low temp cases Convenience stores/small grocery: < 14,000 sq ft Medium grocery: > 14,000 and < 75,000 sq ft Large grocery: > 75,000 sq ft Convenience stores/small grocery: < 14,000 sq ft Medium grocery: > 14,000 and < 75,000 sq ft Large grocery: > 75,000 sq ft Convenience stores/small grocery: < 14,000 sq ft Medium grocery: > 14,000 and < 75,000 sq ft Electric heated: 1,017 kwh/linear ft of door 1,017 kwh, 45 therms/linear ft of door 45 therms/linear ft of door Electric heated: 412 kwh/linear ft of door Electric heated: 458 kwh/linear ft of door Electric heated: 733 kwh/linear ft of door 277 kwh, 18.9 therms/linear ft of door 196 kwh, 36.8 therms/linear ft of door 494 kwh, 33.7 therms/linear ft of door 18.9 therms/linear ft of door 36.8 therms/linear ft of door $200/linear ft of door $100/linear ft of door $70/linear ft of door $70/linear ft of door $70/linear ft of door $70/linear ft of door $70/linear ft of door $70/linear ft of door $35/linear ft of door $35/linear ft of door 5 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES

8 GROCERY continued Large Grocery (Site that receives gas only from a Large grocery: > 75,000 sq ft 33.7 therms/linear ft of door $35/linear ft of door Strip Curtains (Low temp) Supermarket (S) or restaurant (R) Walk-in freezer Must install where no infiltration barriers exist S: 534 kwh/sq ft R: 129 kwh/sq ft $6/sq ft Strip Curtains (Medium temp) Supermarket (S) or warehouse (W) Walk-in cooler Must install where no infiltration barriers exist S: 123 kwh/sq ft W: 350 kwh/sq ft $6/sq ft Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) on Condensers Add a central VFD to control an air (AIR) or evaporatively (EVAP) cooled condenser Standalone installation Must be installed in inverter duty motors AIR: 1,882 kwh/fan motor horsepower EVAP: 2,155 kwh/fan motor horsepower $300/fan motor horsepower Oversized Condenser with VFD Oversize the condenser and add a VFD for an AIR or EVAP cooled condenser Standalone installation Minimum 18 F temp difference for evaporation Oversizing limited to 150% of required evaporation load AIR: 718 kwh/ condenser ton EVAP: 499 kwh/ condenser ton $120/condenser ton Floating Head Pressure Controls (FHPC), Compressor Rack Add FHPC to the compressor rack control system Replace fixed head pressure control valve with adjustable head pressure control valve AIR: 447 kwh/horsepower EVAP: 222 kwh/horsepower $45/horsepower FHPC, Single Compressor (Low temp) Add FHPC to single compressor system: condensing unit (C)/remote condensers (R) Replace fixed head pressure control valve with adjustable head pressure control valve C: 856 kwh/horsepower R: 688 kwh/horsepower C: $100/horsepower R: $60/horsepower FHPC, Single Compressor (Medium temp) Add FHPC to single compressor system: condensing unit (C)/remote condensers (R) Replace fixed head pressure control valve with adjustable head pressure control valve C: 755 kwh/horsepower R: 465 kwh/horsepower C: $100/horsepower R: $60/horsepower Floating Suction Pressure Controls (FSPC) Add FSPC to the compressor rack control system Install controls to allow suction pressure to increase when possible AIR: 130 kwh/horsepower EVAP: 124 kwh/horsepower $20/horsepower FHPC and FSPC Concurrently Add both FHPC and FSPC to the compressor rack control system FHPC: Replace fixed head pressure control valve with adjustable head pressure control valve FSPC: Install controls to allow suction pressure to increase when possible AIR: 555 kwh/ horsepower EVAP: 339 kwh/ horsepower $80/horsepower LED Display Case Lighting Motion Sensor, on Low Power LED 2 Motion Sensor, on High Power LED 2 On LED cases, side bar (single); reach-in or open display cases On LED cases, mullion (double); reach-in or open display cases 10 kwh/linear ft of fixture $2/linear ft of fixture 18 kwh/linear ft of fixture $4/linear ft of fixture 1 Self-contained condensing unit display cases are not eligible. Refurbished cases are not eligible. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 6

9 GROCERY continued LED Display Case Lighting continued Single Row T8 Low power LED 3 Medium temp case Single Row T12 Low power LED 3 Medium temp case Double Row T8 High power LED 3 Medium temp case Double Row T12 High power LED 3 Medium temp case Single Row T8 Low power LED 3 Medium temp or low temp case Single Row T12 Low power LED 3 Medium temp or low temp case Double Row T8 High power LED 3 Medium temp or low temp case Double Row T12 High power LED 3 Medium temp or low temp case Single Row T8 Low power LED 3 Low temp case Single Row T12 Low power LED 3 Low temp case Double Row T8 High power LED 3 Low temp case Double Row T12 High power LED 3 Low temp case Replace T8 with LED side bar (single); inside reach-in or open display cases Replace T12 with LED side bar (single); inside reach-in or open display cases Replace T8 with LED mullion (double); inside reach-in or open display cases Replace T12 with LED mullion (double); inside reach-in or open display cases Replace T8 with LED side bar (single); on the canopy or lip of open display cases Replace T12 with LED side bar (single); on the canopy or lip of open display cases Replace T8 with LED mullion (double); on the canopy or lip of open display cases Replace T12 with LED mullion (double); on the canopy or lip of open display cases Replace T8 with LED side bar (single); inside reach-in or open display cases Replace T12 with LED side bar (single); inside reach-in or open display cases Replace T8 with LED mullion (double); inside reach-in or open display cases Replace T12 with LED mullion (double); inside reach-in or open display cases 49 kwh/linear ft of fixture $10/linear ft of fixture 83 kwh/linear ft of fixture $10/linear ft of fixture 110 kwh/linear ft of fixture $20/linear ft of fixture 177 kwh/linear ft of fixture $20/linear ft of fixture 36 kwh/linear ft of fixture $10/linear ft of fixture 61 kwh/linear ft of fixture $10/linear ft of fixture 81 kwh/linear ft of fixture $20/linear ft of fixture 130 kwh/linear ft of fixture $20/linear ft of fixture 68 kwh/linear ft of fixture $10/linear ft of fixture 115 kwh/linear ft of fixture $10/linear ft of fixture 152 kwh/linear ft of fixture $20/linear ft of fixture 245 kwh/linear ft of fixture $20/linear ft of fixture 2 Motion Sensors LED Case Lighting Requirements: Incentives paid are based on linear feet of LED fixture controlled by the motion sensor. Must install a motion sensor controlling permanently installed LED lighting in refrigerated reach-in case(s). Motion sensor must reduce the lighting load to 20 percent or less when it senses no activity for more than one minute. Measure is applicable to LED lighting retrofits or existing LED case lighting without a motion sensor installed. Incentive and energy savings values vary based on the controlled LED luminaire power (low or high): a low power luminaire is defined as one that uses < 4.5W/ft of fixture (single); a high power luminaire is defined as one using > 4.5W to < 8.5W/ft of fixture (double). 3 LED Case Lighting Requirements: Incentives paid are based on linear feet of installed LED fixture. LED fixtures must be on the Design Lights Consortium product list in refrigerated categories. 7 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES

10 COMPUTER Load-Sensing Plug Strip Occupancy Sensor Plug Strip Server/Telecom Room Mini-Split Air Conditioner Minimum 10 purchased per site Minimum 4 controlled outlets Must be installed in an office setting Additional training can be provided upon request Minimum 10 purchased per site Minimum 4 controlled outlets Must be installed in an office setting Additional training can be provided upon request SEER 18 or greater 4 ton maximum (1 ton=12,000 Btu/h) No more than 2 condensing units per server or telecommunication closet Must be located in spaces used exclusively for servers or other data equipment 101 kwh $20 each 122 kwh $20 each 1,123 kwh/ton $200/ton ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 8

11 HVAC, WATER HEATING AND ROOFTOP UNITS HVAC Unit Heater Indoor use only High-efficiency with condensing unit heater Minimum 92% thermal efficiency 1.05 therms/kbtu/h input $3/kBtu/h input Radiant Heater, Non-Modulating Infrared natural gas-fired, low intensity, non-condensing and positive pressure 4.3 therms, 2.8 kwh/ kbtu/h input $6.50/kBtu/h input Minimum 80% efficiency Must replace non-radiant heating system or new installation with no existing heat Indoor use only, 5,000 20,000 sq ft Radiant Heater, Modulating Infrared natural gas-fired, low intensity, non-condensing and positive pressure 11.2 therms, 6.5 kwh/ kbtu/h input $10/kBtu/h input Minimum 82% efficiency Must replace non-radiant heating system or new installation with no existing heat Indoor use only, 5,000 20,000 sq ft Commercial Tank Water Heater Gas-condensing Minimum 91% thermal efficiency 1.37 therms/kbtu/h input $4/kBtu/h input Commercial Tankless Water Heater/Boiler Gas-condensing with electronic ignition Only for coin-operated laundry (COL), foodservice (FS) and lodging (L) Minimum 94% thermal efficiency Minimum 200 kbtu/h input COL: 2.58 therms/kbtu/h input FS: 0.57 therm/kbtu/h input L: 1.11 therms/kbtu/h input $2/kBtu/h input High-Efficiency Condensing Boiler All units must meet minimum efficiencies at AHRI test conditions Minimum efficiencies based on boiler capacity: < 300 kbtu/h input: 94% AFUE 2.85 therms/kbtu/h input $10/kBtu/h input Modulating Boiler Burner Steam Traps > 300, < 2,500 kbtu/h input: 94% thermal efficiency > 2,500 kbtu/h input: 94% combustion efficiency Installed on hot water boiler (condensing or non-condensing type) or on steam boiler Replacement of dual-stage burner with 5:1 turndown ratio or higher; OR replacement of an on-off burner with 5:1 turndown ratio or higher Steam system traps Repair/replace failed-open steam traps K 12 schools only 2.85 therms/kbtu/h input $9/kBtu/h input 2.85 therms/kbtu/h input $8/kBtu/h input 0.80 therm/kbtu/h input $2/kBtu/h input 112 therms/trap $250/trap 9 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES

12 HVAC, WATER HEATING AND ROOFTOP UNITS continued New Rooftop Unit (RTU) with Economizer (Site that receives electricity from a New RTU must: Have manufacturer-installed advanced controls Have cooling capacities less than 54,000 Btu/h Gas or heat pump heated: 174 kwh/ton $30/ton New RTU with Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) (Site that receives electricity from a New RTU must: Have manufacturer-installed advanced controls Have economizer 21 therms, 16 kwh/ton Heat pump heated: 196 kwh/ton $29/ton Serve spaces not required by code to have DCV 1 Gas heated sites must receive gas from a participating utility New RTU with Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) (Site that receives electricity from a New RTU must: Have manufacturer-installed advanced controls Have both DCV and economizer 587 kwh/ton Heat pump heated: 489 kwh/ton $100/ton Have cooling capacities less than 110,000 Btu/h Have supply fan motors less than 10 horsepower Gas heated sites must receive gas from a participating utility 1 Contact Energy Trust for eligible space types. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 10

13 INSULATION: GAS AND ELECTRIC HEAT For Electric Customers Attic Insulation 1 No existing insulation Minimum R-19 efficiency rating Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify 5.79 kwh/sq ft (Electric Resistance) 2.32 kwh/sq ft (Heat Pump) $0.60/sq ft Roof Insulation 1 No existing insulation Minimum R-11 efficiency rating Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify 5.96 kwh/sq ft (Electric Resistance) 2.38 kwh/sq ft (Heat Pump) $0.60/sq ft Roof Insulation 1 Existing insulation R-5 efficiency rating or less 2.1 kwh/sq ft (Electric Resistance) $0.30/sq ft Minimum R-20 efficiency rating 0.84 kwh/sq ft (Heat Pump) Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify Wall Insulation 1 No existing insulation Minimum R-11 efficiency rating Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify 3.72 kwh/sq ft (Electric Resistance) 1.49 kwh/sq ft (Heat Pump) $0.60/sq ft For Gas Customers Attic Insulation 2 Roof Insulation 2 Roof Insulation 2 Wall Insulation 2 Pipe Insulation No existing insulation Minimum R-19 efficiency rating Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify No existing insulation Minimum R-11 efficiency rating Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify Existing insulation R-5 efficiency rating or less Minimum R-20 efficiency rating Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify No existing insulation Minimum R-11 efficiency rating Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify Pipe Diameter < 1.5 > 1.5 Minimum Required Insulation Thickness 0.25 therm/sq ft $0.60/sq ft 0.25 therm/sq ft $0.60/sq ft 0.09 therm/sq ft $0.30/sq ft 0.16 therm/sq ft $0.60/sq ft Gas Domestic Hot Water/ therms/ft $2/ft Gas Heating Hot Water 3 Low-Pressure Steam 3 (< 15 psig) Med-Pressure Steam 3 ( psig) therms/ft $4/ft therms/ft $6/ft Custom incentives may be available for buildings more than 50,000 sq ft. Contact Energy Trust for more information and pre-qualification. 1 Eligible projects for Portland General Electric and Pacific Power customers with electric resistance heat or heat pumps. 2 Eligible projects for NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas and Avista customers with natural gas heat. 3 To be eligible, pipe insulation must be part of a system using natural gas. 11 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES

14 COMPRESSED AIR Zero-Loss Condensate Drains Cycling Refrigerated Dryers Additional Receiver Capacity Low-Pressure Drop Filters Drain is designed to operate with zero air loss Rated capacity of dryer is 500 standard cubic feet per minute (scfm) or less Dryer operates exclusively in cycling mode; dryer is not equipped with the ability to select between cycling and non-cycling modes Refrigeration compressor in dryer cycles off during periods of reduced demand Either the drain integral to the dryer is of the zero-loss type or a zero-loss drain must accompany the sale of the dryer Incentive applies only to receiver capacity in excess of 2 gallons/scfm of trim compressor capacity, with maximum of 10 gallons/scfm Only available for systems in which the trim compressor uses either: (1) load/unload control without inlet modulation; or (2) on/off controls; systems with a VFD or using variable displacement control on the trim compressor are not eligible Filter is of deep-bed mist eliminator style, with element life of at least 5 years Rated capacity of filter is 500 scfm or less Pressure loss at rated flow < 1 psi when new, < 3 psi at element change Rated at 100% particle filtration at > 3.0 microns, 99.98% at 0.1 to 3.0 microns, < 5 ppm liquid carryover 386 kwh $100 each 9.2 kwh/scfm rated capacity $2/scfm rated capacity 9.4 kwh/gallon $2.50/gallon 5.2 kwh/scfm rated capacity $1.50/scfm rated capacity ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 12

15 EMERGENCY GENERATOR BLOCK HEATERS 1 UNIT INCENTIVE Generator Block Heater > 3 kw Generator Block Heater > 3 kw Generator Block Heater < 3 kw Retrofit Forced circulation generator must be stationary and fixed New installation or end-of-life replacement Forced circulation generator must be stationary and fixed New installation or end-of-life replacement Forced circulation generator must be stationary and fixed 14,000 kwh $1,500 each 14,000 kwh $1,500 each 1,000 kwh $200 each 1 For retrofit or end-of-life replacement must replace thermosiphon generator block heater. Unit must be installed by a manufacturer-certified installer. WELDERS 2 UNIT INCENTIVE Welder Inverter duty welder Run time > 2,000 hours/year Welder must be rated to at least 250 Amps and at least 40% duty cycle 250 Amps: 2,688 kwh 300 Amps: 3,225 kwh 350 Amps: 3,763 kwh 400 Amps: 4,300 kwh 450 Amps: 4,838 kwh 500 Amps: 5,375 kwh 550 Amps: 5,913 kwh 600 Amps: 6,450 kwh 650 Amps: 6,988 kwh $1,200 each 2 Retrofit or end-of-life replacement only. FORKLIFT BATTERY CHARGER UNIT INCENTIVE Forklift Battery Charger High-frequency charger with a conversion efficiency of > 89% Maximum of 50 chargers replaced Each charger must replace at least one existing SCR or ferroresonant charger Charger must be 24V to 48V, designed for a pallet jack or forklift battery 3,784 kwh $1,000 each 13 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES

16 Lighting Incentives Lighting in commercial buildings can account for nearly 35 percent of electric use, which can have a big effect on your bottom line. Upgrading lighting with new energy-efficient bulbs, fixtures and controls can save energy and improve lighting quality. All lighting projects must be reviewed and pre-qualified by a program representative prior to any purchase to be eligible for Energy Trust incentives. To learn more, call , or visit Custom Incentives Energy-efficient equipment not featured in this brochure may be eligible for custom incentives. Projects eligible for custom incentives typically require additional energy analysis in the project design process. To learn more, call , or visit Solar Incentives Energy Trust offers incentives for solar electric systems that produce electricity for use in your building. Businesses must work with an approved Energy Trust solar trade ally contractor to qualify for incentives. To request a preliminary solar bid, go to To learn more, call , or visit ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 14

17 Qualification Resources Before purchasing any equipment, visit these sites to confirm equipment will qualify for incentives. ENERGY STAR: CEE: AHRI: You can also contact Energy Trust to discuss your rate schedule, necessary pre-approval and purchase orders. + Visit or call Energy Trust provides technical assistance and financial incentives for energy systems or equipment that meet its program criteria, but does not install energy systems or equipment nor does it guarantee any specific energy savings through its assistance or programs. Installation work is done by independent businesses that are solely responsible for the quality and performance of their installations. Energy Trust of Oregon 421 SW Oak St., Suite 300, Portland, OR energytrust.org Energy Trust of Oregon is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping utility customers benefit from saving energy and generating renewable power. Our services, cash incentives and energy solutions have helped participating customers of Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas and Avista save on energy costs. Our work helps keep energy costs as low as possible, creates jobs and builds a sustainable energy future. Printed on paper that contains post-consumer waste. Effective January 2018.

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