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1 COMMERCIAL Washington Incentives SEE WHAT SAVING ENERGY AND MONEY CAN DO FOR YOUR BUSINESS. COMMERCIAL GAS STANDARD INCENTIVES FOR BUSINESS CUSTOMERS OF NW NATURAL IN WASHINGTON EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2018 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES i

2 Contents 1 Commercial Gas Standard Incentives 2 Existing Buildings 6 New Buildings 10 Existing Multifamily Buildings 14 New Multifamily Buildings 16 Greenhouses 18 Commercial Custom Incentives

3 Commercial Gas 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. If you are a commercial customer of NW Natural in Washington, you may be eligible for incentives from Energy Trust of Oregon when you install qualifying natural gas upgrades. Incentives help reduce your upfront costs and make energy-efficiency improvements 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. Standard incentives are applied to common upgrades and additions like insulation, HVAC systems and gas restaurant equipment. Energy Trust also offers incentives for custom commercial projects. Are You Eligible? Commercial customers of NW Natural in Washington can get incentives for qualifying gas-saving, energy-efficient upgrades and retrofits. To qualify, you must: Have a project site in Washington served by NW Natural on a qualifying commercial rate schedule. Incentives are available for commercial firm and interruptible sales customers served on rate schedules 1, 3, 41 and 42. Projects at new construction sites (non-envelope) served on a commercial rate schedule listed above may also be eligible. 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 supplier or contractor can help. 4. Get your incentive. And keep on saving through reduced energy costs. A post-installation verification may be required. Talk to Us Before purchasing any equipment, contact Energy Trust to discuss your rate schedule, necessary pre-approval and purchase orders. With You All the Way Your trade ally (supplier or contractor) can help you select and install energy-efficient equipment for your business. If you need help finding a qualified contractor, Energy Trust can provide you with a list of Washington-licensed and insured trade allies who are familiar with the latest energy-efficiency standards and equipment that qualify for Energy Trust incentives. They can even help you with the 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 COMMERCIAL GAS STANDARD INCENTIVES

4 Existing Buildings No matter the size or type of your business, Energy Trust offers a variety of incentives for qualifying natural gas upgrades. Incentives may help lower your upfront costs and make energy-efficient improvements more affordable. These upgrades can deliver long-term energy savings, lower operating costs and improve employee and customer comfort. Want to stretch every dollar? Bring us in. Incentives are available for commercial firm and interruptible sales customers served on rate schedules 1, 3, 41 and 42. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 2

5 EXISTING BUILDINGS EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED AVERAGE SAVINGS UNIT INCENTIVE HVAC, Water Heating and Rooftop Units New Rooftop Unit (RTU) with Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) HVAC Unit Heater Radiant Heater, Non-Modulating Radiant Heater, Modulating Commercial Tank Water Heater New RTU must: Have manufacturer-installed advanced controls Have economizer Serve spaces not required by code to have DCV 1 Serve gas-heated areas only Indoor use only High-efficiency with condensing unit heater Minimum 92% thermal efficiency Infrared natural gas-fired, low intensity, non-condensing and positive pressure 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 Infrared natural gas-fired, low intensity, non-condensing and positive pressure 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 Gas-condensing Minimum 91% thermal efficiency 21 therms/ton $29/ton 1.05 therms/kbtu/h $3/kBtu/h 4.3 therms/kbtu/h $6.50/kBtu/h 11.2 therms/kbtu/h $10/kBtu/h 1.37 therms/kbtu/h $4/kBtu/h Commercial Tankless Water Heater/Boiler Gas-condensing with electronic ignition Only for coin-operated laundry (COL), foodservice (FS) and lodging (L) COL: 2.58 therms/kbtu/h FS: 0.57 therm/kbtu/h $2/kBtu/h Minimum 94% thermal efficiency L: 1.11 therms/kbtu/h Minimum 200 kbtu/h High-Efficiency Condensing Boiler All units must meet minimum efficiencies at AHRI test conditions Minimum efficiencies based on boiler capacity: < 300 kbtu/h : 94% AFUE 2.85 therms/kbtu/h $10/kBtu/h > 300, < 2,500 kbtu/h : 94% thermal efficiency 2.85 therms/kbtu/h $9/kBtu/h > 2,500 kbtu/h : 94% combustion efficiency 2.85 therms/kbtu/h $8/kBtu/h Modulating Boiler Burner 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 0.80 therm/kbtu/h $2/kBtu/h 1 Contact Energy Trust for eligible space types. 3 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON EXISTING BUILDINGS

6 EXISTING BUILDINGS continued EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED AVERAGE SAVINGS UNIT INCENTIVE HVAC, Water Heating and Rooftop Units continued Steam Traps Lodging and Foodservice Showerhead 1 Showerwand 1 Bathroom Faucet Aerator Kitchen Faucet Aerator Commercial Laundry Washers Steam system traps Repair/replace failed-open steam traps K 12 schools only 1.5 GPM or less Minimum 10 purchased per site 1.5 GPM or less Minimum 10 purchased per site 0.5 GPM or less Minimum 15 purchased per site 1.5 GPM or less Minimum 15 purchased per site Front load washer MEF > therms/trap $250/trap 7.7 therms $10 each 7.7 therms $10 each 19.1 therms $3 each 7.9 therms $5 each 32 therms $65 each Gas Griddle 147 therms $500 each Gas Convection Oven (Full Size) 302 therms $600 each Gas Combination Oven 290 therms $750 each Gas Fryer 569 therms/vat $800/vat Gas Steam Cooker 1,308 therms $2,600 each Undercounter High temp (HT) 217 therms $600 each Single Tank, Door/Upright HT or low temp (LT) HT: 405 therms LT: 554 therms $900 each Single Tank, Conveyor HT or LT HT: 508 therms LT: 520 therms $900 each 1 Showerheads and showerwands purchased at retail stores currently participating in Energy Trust s retail buydown are not eligible. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON EXISTING BUILDINGS 4

7 EXISTING BUILDINGS continued EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED AVERAGE SAVINGS UNIT INCENTIVE Insulation Attic Insulation Roof Insulation Roof Insulation Wall Insulation Pipe Insulation No existing insulation Minimum R-19 efficiency rating For gas-heated areas only Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify 1 No existing insulation Minimum R-11 efficiency rating For gas-heated areas only Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify 1 Existing insulation R-5 efficiency rating or less Minimum R-20 efficiency rating For gas-heated areas only Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify 1 No existing insulation Minimum R-11 efficiency rating For gas-heated areas only Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify 1 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 2 Low-Pressure Steam 2 (< 15 psig) Med-Pressure Steam 2 ( psig) therms/ft $4/ft therms/ft $6/ft Grocery Add Doors to Open Refrigerated Cases New Refrigerated Cases with Doors in Convenience Stores/ Small Grocery New Refrigerated Cases with Doors in Medium Grocery New Refrigerated Cases with Doors in Large Grocery New doors installed on open medium temp or low temp cases Gas-heated spaces only New refrigerated medium temp display cases with doors 3 Convenience stores/small grocery: < 14,000 sq ft Gas-heated spaces only New refrigerated medium temp display cases with doors 3 Medium grocery: > 14,000 and < 75,000 sq ft Gas-heated spaces only New refrigerated medium temp display cases with doors 3 Large grocery: > 75,000 sq ft Gas-heated spaces only 45 therms/linear ft of door $100/linear ft of door 18.9 therms/linear ft of door $35/linear ft of door 36.8 therms/linear ft of door $35/linear ft of door 33.7 therms/linear ft of door $35/linear ft of door 1 Custom incentives may be available for buildings over 50,000 sq ft. Contact Energy Trust for more information and pre-qualification. 2 To be eligible, pipe insulation must be part of a system using natural gas. 3 Self-contained condensing unit display cases are not eligible. Refurbished cases are not eligible. 5 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON EXISTING BUILDINGS

8 New Buildings Investing in energy efficiency from the design phase may help bring down the cost of operating your facility. Energy Trust s New Buildings incentives can make energy-efficient, non-envelope projects in educational facilities, offices, restaurants, hotels or public buildings more affordable. When you install energy-efficient equipment from the start, you ll see savings that can help your building stand out in a competitive market, and contribute to tenant comfort and lower energy bills. Want to design with savings? Bring us in. Incentives are available for commercial firm and interruptible sales customers served on rate schedules 1, 3, 41 and 42. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 6

9 NEW BUILDINGS EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS HVAC, Water Heating and Rooftop Units ESTIMATED AVERAGE SAVINGS UNIT INCENTIVE New Rooftop Unit (RTU) with Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) HVAC Unit Heater Radiant Heater, Non-Modulating Radiant Heater, Modulating Commercial Tank Water Heater New RTU must: Have manufacturer-installed advanced controls Have economizers Serve spaces not required by code to have DCV 1 Serve gas-heated areas only Indoor use only High-efficiency with condensing unit heater Minimum 92% thermal efficiency Infrared natural gas-fired, low intensity, non-condensing and positive pressure 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 Infrared natural gas-fired, low intensity, non-condensing and positive pressure 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 Gas-condensing Minimum 91% thermal efficiency 21 therms/ton $29/ton 1.05 therms/kbtu/h $3/kBtu/h 4.3 therms/kbtu/h $6.50/kBtu/h 11.2 therms/kbtu/h $10/kBtu/h 1.37 therms/kbtu/h $4/kBtu/h 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 COL: 2.58 therms/kbtu/h FS: 0.57 therm/kbtu/h L: 1.11 therms/kbtu/h $2/kBtu/h High-Efficiency Condensing Boiler All units must meet minimum efficiencies at AHRI test conditions Minimum efficiencies based on boiler capacity: < 300 kbtu/h : 94% AFUE > 300, < 2,500 kbtu/h : 94% thermal efficiency > 2,500 kbtu/h : 94% combustion efficiency 2.85 therms/kbtu/h 2.85 therms/kbtu/h 2.85 therms/kbtu/h $10/kBtu/h $9/kBtu/h $8/kBtu/h Lodging and Foodservice Commercial Laundry Washers Front load washer MEF > therms $65 each 1 Contact Energy Trust for eligible space types. 7 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON NEW BUILDINGS

10 NEW BUILDINGS continued EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED AVERAGE SAVINGS UNIT INCENTIVE Lodging and Foodservice continued Gas Griddle 147 therms $500 each Gas Convection Oven (Full Size) Gas Combination Oven 302 therms $600 each 290 therms $750 each Gas Fryer 569 therms/vat $800/vat Gas Steam Cooker 1,308 therms $2,600 each Undercounter High temp (HT) 217 therms $600 each Single Tank, Door/Upright HT or low temp (LT) HT: 405 therms LT: 554 therms $900 each Single Tank, Conveyor HT or LT HT: 508 therms LT: 520 therms $900 each Grocery Add Doors to Open Refrigerated Cases New Refrigerated Cases with Doors in Convenience Stores/Small Grocery New Refrigerated Cases with Doors in Medium Grocery New Refrigerated Cases with Doors in Large Grocery New doors installed on open medium temp or low temp cases Gas-heated spaces only New refrigerated medium temp display cases with doors 1 Convenience stores/small grocery: < 14,000 sq ft Gas-heated spaces only New refrigerated medium temp display cases with doors 1 Medium grocery: > 14,000 and < 75,000 sq ft Gas-heated spaces only New refrigerated medium temp display cases with doors 1 Large grocery: > 75,000 sq ft Gas-heated spaces only 45 therms/linear ft of door $100/linear ft of door 18.9 therms/linear ft of door $35/linear ft of door 36.8 therms/linear ft of door $35/linear ft of door 33.7 therms/linear ft of door $35/linear ft of door 1 Self-contained condensing unit display cases are not eligible. Refurbished cases are not eligible. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON NEW BUILDINGS 8

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12 Existing Multifamily Buildings Increasing energy efficiency in multifamily properties can reduce operating expenses, raise tenant satisfaction and improve building marketability. Energy Trust offers incentives for energy-efficient equipment and retrofits at existing multifamily properties with two or more units. When you install energy-efficient equipment, you ll see savings that can help your building stand out in a competitive market, and contribute to tenant comfort and lower energy bills. Want your energy savings to stand out? Bring us in. Incentives are available for commercial firm and interruptible sales customers served on rate schedules 1, 3, 41 and 42. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 10

13 EXISTING MULTIFAMILY BUILDINGS EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED AVERAGE SAVINGS UNIT INCENTIVE New Rooftop Unit (RTU) with Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) Undercounter New RTU must: Have manufacturer-installed advanced controls Have economizers Serve spaces not required by code to have DCV 1 Serve gas-heated areas only High temp (HT) 21 therms/ton $29/ton 217 therms $600 each Single Tank, Door/Upright HT or low temp (LT) HT: 405 therms LT: 554 therms $900 each Single Tank, Conveyor HT or LT HT: 508 therms LT: 520 therms $900 each Multifamily Commercial Tank Water Heater Gas-condensing Minimum 91% thermal efficiency 2.21 therms/ kbtu/h $2.50/kBtu/h Multifamily Tankless Water Heater Multifamily Steam Traps Multifamily Thermostatic Radiator Valves Multifamily Commercial Clothes Washer, Common Areas Gas-condensing Multifamily stacked structures (two stories or more) with central water heating Minimum energy factor 0.94 or greater Input of 199 kbtu/h or less per water heater No additional hot water storage tanks allowed Low-pressure (< 15 psig) systems only Repair/replace failed-open steam traps Central hydronic or steam systems only Replace manual, non-thermostatically controlled valves at dwelling unit radiators Front load washer MEF > therms $300 each 99 therms/trap $100/trap 55 therms $100 each 24 therms $65 each 1 Contact Energy Trust for eligible space types. 11 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON EXISTING MULTIFAMILY BUILDINGS

14 EXISTING MULTIFAMILY BUILDINGS continued EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED AVERAGE SAVINGS UNIT INCENTIVE High-Efficiency Condensing Boiler All units must meet minimum efficiencies at AHRI test conditions Minimum efficiencies based on boiler capacity: < 300 kbtu/h : 94% AFUE 4.1 therms/kbtu/h $10/kBtu/h > 300, < 2,500 kbtu/h : 94% thermal efficiency 4.1 therms/kbtu/h $9/kBtu/h > 2,500 kbtu/h : 94% combustion efficiency 4.1 therms/kbtu/h $8/kBtu/h Multifamily Showerhead 1 Multifamily Showerwand 1 Multifamily Bathroom Faucet Aerator Multifamily Kitchen Faucet Aerator 1.5 GPM or less Minimum 10 purchased per site 1.5 GPM or less Minimum 10 purchased per site 1.0 GPM or less Minimum 15 purchased per site 1.5 GPM or less Minimum 15 purchased per site 13.1 therms $10 each 5.5 therms $10 each 8.08 therms $3 each 6.76 therms $5 each 1 Showerheads and showerwands purchased at retail stores currently participating in Energy Trust s retail buydown are not eligible. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON EXISTING MULTIFAMILY BUILDINGS 12

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16 New Multifamily Buildings Energy Trust has incentives for energy-efficient projects in your new multifamily building. Energy-saving equipment may reduce operating costs, increase property value and create a more comfortable environment for tenants. You ll make your property more appealing to prospective renters and set your building apart in a competitive market. Want to get comfortable with savings? Bring us in. Incentives are available for commercial firm and interruptible sales customers served on rate schedules 1, 3, 41 and 42. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON NEW MULTIFAMILY INCENTIVES 14

17 NEW MULTIFAMILY BUILDINGS EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED AVERAGE SAVINGS UNIT INCENTIVE New Rooftop Unit (RTU) with Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) Undercounter New RTU must: Have manufacturer-installed advanced controls Have economizers Serve spaces not required by code to have DCV 1 Serve gas-heated areas only High temp (HT) 21 therms/ton $29/ton 217 therms $600 each Single Tank, Door/Upright HT or low temp (LT) HT: 405 therms LT: 554 therms $900 each Single Tank, Conveyor HT or LT HT: 508 therms LT: 520 therms $900 each Multifamily Commercial Tank Water Heater Multifamily Tankless Water Heater Multifamily Commercial Clothes Washer, Common Areas Gas-condensing Minimum 91% thermal efficiency Gas-condensing Multifamily stacked structures (two stories or more) with central water heating Minimum energy factor 0.94 or greater Input of 199 kbtu/h or less per water heater No additional hot water storage tanks allowed Front load washer MEF > therms/kbtu/h $2.50/kBtu/h 82 therms $300 each 24 therms $65 each High-Efficiency Condensing Boiler All units must meet minimum efficiencies at AHRI test conditions Minimum efficiencies based on boiler capacity: < 300 kbtu/h : 94% AFUE 4.1 therms/kbtu/h $10/kBtu/h > 300, < 2,500 kbtu/h : 94% thermal efficiency 4.1 therms/kbtu/h $9/kBtu/h > 2,500 kbtu/h : 94% combustion efficiency 4.1 therms/kbtu/h $8/kBtu/h Multifamily Bathroom Faucet Aerator Multifamily Kitchen Faucet Aerator 1.0 GPM or less Minimum 15 purchased per site 1.5 GPM or less Minimum 15 purchased per site 5.57 therms $3 each 3.25 therms $5 each 1 Contact Energy Trust for eligible space types. 15 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON NEW MULTIFAMILY BUILDINGS

18 Greenhouses Energy Trust offers incentives to help keep greenhouses operating at peak efficiency throughout the year. Energy-efficient improvements can help lower operating costs, boost profitability and increase yields. Want to grow your energy savings? Bring us in. Incentives are available for commercial firm and interruptible sales customers served on rate schedules 1, 3, 41 and 42. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 16

19 GREENHOUSES EQUIPMENT Thermal Curtains Infrared (IR) Polyethylene Greenhouse Cover Greenhouse Controller Under-Bench Heating REQUIREMENTS Installed on greenhouses above heated space and closed automatically at night Minimum life expectancy of five years Designed primarily to be a heat curtain Energy savings rate of 40% or higher Must be upgrading from a non-ir polyethylene greenhouse cover Minimum life expectancy of four years Must be IR polyethylene plastic with a minimum thickness of 6 mm and with an anti-condensate coating Must use single sensor or an average of multiple sensors Must have a minimum of two temperature stages in a 24-hour period (i.e., allow for night setback) Heating and ventilation appliances must be controlled by the same sensor or same average sensor value if multiple sensors are used Must allow for a dead-band zone of 5 F or greater between heating and ventilation events Must force a delay between heating and ventilation events Must have the ability to temporarily override set program temperatures Must control all active heating devices in the greenhouse, including all fans and automated ventilation systems when applicable Limited to a maximum size of 15,000 sq ft per controller Greenhouse must be heated to at least 50 F for 30 or more days in a year Heating system must use hydronic heat distribution located directly on or under plant bench, on the floor or in the floor Remaining unit heater must be controlled to turn on only as an emergency backup system Must replace unit heaters as the primary heat source ESTIMATED AVERAGE SAVINGS UNIT INCENTIVE 0.41 therm/sq ft $0.30/sq ft 0.23 therm/sq ft $0.32/sq ft 0.28 therm/sq ft $0.10/sq ft 1.25 therms/sq ft $1.05/sq ft Greenhouse Condensing Unit Heater Heater must be installed in a greenhouse with transparent or translucent sides and roof Not appropriate for warehouse or indoor grow applications that have little or no heating requirements 6.29 therms/kbtu/h $5/kBtu/h Must heat to 55 F or greater for at least two months per year Minimum greenhouse size 1,000 sq ft 17 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON GREENHOUSES

20 Commercial Custom Incentives Energy-efficient equipment not featured in this brochure may be eligible for custom incentives. Projects eligible for custom incentives require additional energy analysis in the project design process. To qualify for incentives, custom project equipment purchases must be reviewed and pre-qualified by Energy Trust. In addition, a post-installation verification may be required. Receiving incentives through a custom project includes the following steps: 1. Analysis. A site evaluation or technical analysis of the proposed energy-saving upgrades is performed by a qualified Energy Trust technical representative. 2. Review. Energy Trust verifies the savings estimates and cost-effectiveness of your projects to determine if incentives are available. 3. Offer. Energy Trust provides an incentive offer for qualifying upgrades to be paid upon completion. 4. Commit. Accept offer indicating intent to proceed with installation and reserve your incentive (which will be available for a defined period of time). 5. Install. Purchase and install the qualified equipment. Post-installation verification may be required. 6. Get your incentive. Energy Trust reviews the documentation and provides your incentive check. Contact your Energy Trust account manager or to learn more about custom incentives. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON COMMERCIAL CUSTOM INCENTIVES 18

21 Qualification Resources Before purchasing any equipment, visit these sites to confirm equipment will qualify for incentives. : 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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