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1 MULTIFAMILY Standard Incentives EXISTING MULTIFAMILY OREGON CASH INCENTIVES SAVE MONEY AND ENERGY NOW AND FOR YEARS TO COME. EFFECTIVE JUNE 2018 INCENTIVES ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY AND MAY CHANGE. Energy Trust of Oregon offers cash incentives for the installation of qualified energyefficient equipment at multifamily properties that can help lower energy use and reduce operating costs. Contact Energy Trust today to get started. Call , or visit

2 Are You Eligible? Energy Trust of Oregon offers cash incentives for the installation of qualified energyefficient upgrades at the following Oregon multifamily building types: Attached residences, such as duplexes, triplexes, and fourplexes Side-by-side units with no residences above or below, such as a townhome Stacked structures with five or more dwelling units, such as an apartment or condominium building with two or more stories Campus living, such as dormitories and sorority and fraternity housing Assisted living properties Common areas managed by homeowner associations, such as clubhouses and neighborhood lighting To qualify, you must typically: Have a multifamily project site located in Oregon served by a participating utility: Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas or Avista. Be improving an existing structure. Pay the public purpose charge. Check your bill or call us at if you have questions. Additional eligibility requirements may apply, depending on your project. Incentives are subject to funding availability and may change. 1 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON 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 per incentive requirements. An Energy Trust walkthrough survey is required before beginning window projects. 3. Submit incentive application. Submit within 90 days of installation. Use the Incentive Application for Weatherization Form 320W and the Incentive Application for Standard Equipment Form 320P. Your trade ally contractor can help. For all incentive upgrades, a postinstallation verification may be required.

3 CASH INCENTIVES Heating Requirements Properties applying for cash incentives for weatherization or heating must have space heating provided by a participating utility and properties applying for incentives for water heaters or clothes washers must have water heating provided by a participating utility. Weatherization Projects A walkthrough survey or pre-installation verification is required before starting a windows project. Projects must be installed in accordance with the specifications outlined in the Existing Multifamily Weatherization Specifications Manual at To schedule a walkthrough survey or pre-installation verification, contact an energy advisor at WINDOWS AND SLIDING GLASS PATIO DOORS FOR SIDE-BY-SIDE OR DUPLEX, TRIPLEX, FOURPLEX PROPERTIES ONLY Windows - Electric or gas heated buildings, U-value 0.28 to Windows - Electric or gas heated buildings, U-value 0.27 or lower. FOR STACKED STRUCTURES WITH 5 OR MORE UNITS ONLY Windows - Electric-heated building, U-value 0.30 or lower, replacing single-pane or storm windows. $1.75 per sq. ft. of window $4.00 per sq. ft. of window $3.00 per sq. ft of window INSULATION EQUIPMENT AND EFFICIENCY TYPE EXISTING CONDITION RETROFIT REQUIREMENTS Attic/Ceiling Insulation R-18 or less Electric or gas heated building. R-49 or fill attic space. $0.25 per installed sq. ft. Flat Roof Insulation - Buildings up to 3 stories R-5 or less Electric or gas heated building. R-20 or greater. $0.30 per installed sq. ft. FOR SIDE-BY-SIDE OR DUPLEX, TRIPLEX, FOURPLEX PROPERTIES ONLY Floor Insulation R-11 or less Electric or gas heated building. R-30 or fill cavity. $0.30 per installed sq. ft. Wall Insulation R-4 or less Electric or gas heated building. R-11 or fill cavity. All heated exterior wall surfaces must be insulated. $0.30 per installed sq. ft. Knee Wall Insulation R-4 or less Electric or gas heated building. R-15 or greater for 2x4 cavities. R-21 or greater for 2x6 cavities. Must have vapor-permeable air barrier. $0.30 per installed sq. ft. Rim Joist Insulation R-4 or less Electric or gas heated building. R-15 or greater. $0.30 per installed sq. ft. FOR STACKED STRUCTURES WITH 5 OR MORE UNITS ONLY Floor Insulation R-11 or less Electric-heated building. R-30 or fill cavity. $0.30 per installed sq. ft. STANDARD INCENTIVES 2

4 PIPE INSULATION Boiler Pipe Insulation - Gas Low-Pressure Steam only (<15 psig) Domestic Hot Water Pipe Insulation - Central gas-fired recirculation systems only *Batt insulation does not qualify for an incentive. 1.5" pipe diameter, 1.5" minimum insulation thickness > 1.5" pipe diameter, 2" minimum insulation thickness 1.5" pipe diameter, 1.5" minimum insulation thickness > 1.5" pipe diameter, 2" minimum insulation thickness $4 per linear foot* $4 per linear foot* HEATING AND VENTILATION Smart Thermostat - Must be a web enabled thermostat. See qualifying models at energytrust.org/smartthermostat. $50 per unit Ductless Heat Pump (DHP) - Replace electric resistance heat (electric furnace, electric baseboard or in-wall unit) with $800 per outdoor unit installation of inverter-driven model and HSPF 9.0 or greater. DHP must have a 5-year minimum compressor warranty. Packaged Terminal Heat Pump (PTHP) - Replace electric resistance heat (electric furnace, electric baseboard, in-wall $200 per unit unit or internal heater of PTAC). Unit must provide both heat pump heating and cooling. Must be on the AHRI PTHP list at New Rooftop Units with Manufacturer-Installed Advanced Controls- Incentives are available for Economizers, DCV $29/ton - $100/ton and VFD. Visit energytrust.org/mfrooftopunits for requirements. Gas High-Efficiency Condensing Boiler with < 300 kbtu/h, Min. 94% AFUE $10 per kbtu/h Electronic Ignition 300 kbtu/h to 2500 kbtu/h, Min. 94% Thermal Efficiency $9 per kbtu/h > 2500 kbtu/h, Min. 94% Combustion Efficiency $8 per kbtu/h Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRVs) - Gas central hydronic or steam systems only. Replace manual, nonthermostatically $100 per TRV controlled valves at dwelling unit radiators. Steam Traps - Low pressure < 15 psig systems only. Repair/replace failed open steam traps. $100 per trap High-Efficiency Bath Fan without a light - New bath fan without a light must have an efficacy of 5.3 CFM/W (cubic ft per minute per watt) or higher and be ENERGY STAR approved. Must replace inefficient bath fan that has a light. High-Efficiency Bath Fan with a light - Must meet same requirements as above and have a CFL with GU-24 socket or LED light 26W. FOR SIDE-BY-SIDE OR DUPLEX, TRIPLEX, FOURPLEX PROPERTIES ONLY Ducted Heat Pump - Must replace electric resistance heat (electric furnace, electric baseboard or in-wall unit) 8.5 HSPF or greater. Heat Pump Advanced Controls (contractor installed)- Add qualifying thermostat to an existing or new ducted heat pump with electric auxiliary heat. Contractor installed thermostat must be either web-enabled or utilize an outdoor temperature sensor and be programmed with a 35 degree lockout. Cannot be combined with the Smart Thermostat incentive. See qualifying models at energytrust.org/heatpumpcontrols. Gas Furnace - 90% AFUE or greater. Only for furnaces used as primary heat source, not as backup heat source. Gas High-Efficiency Direct-Vent Fireplace - Must be 70% Fireplace Efficiency (FE) or greater, have an intermittent pilot ignition, be vented to the outside with sealed combustion, and be on Energy Trust s qualified models list. See qualifying models at energytrust.org/gasfireplaces. $20 per unit without light $50 per unit with light $700 $250 $300 per unit 70-74% FE $150 per unit 75.0% FE or greater FOR STACKED STRUCTURES WITH 5 OR MORE UNITS ONLY Condensing Gas Furnace - Natural gas furnace of less than 225,000 Btu/h input capacity that must serve Min 91% TE multiple units or a common area. Offices are not considered common areas. Qualification based on Thermal Min 95% TE Efficiency (TE). If TE is not provided, AFUE may be used. Min 98% TE $250 per unit $1.50 per kbtu/h $2.00 per kbtu/h $3.00 per kbtu/h 3 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON

5 APPLIANCES Commercial Clothes Washer 1 - Electric or Gas DHW - MEF 2.2 or greater, WF 4.5 or lower; must be front-loading and used in common area only. Leased commercial washers must have a 7-year or longer lease term and be installed in a common area to qualify for an incentive. Residential Clothes Washer - Electric or Gas DHW - IMEF 2.38 or greater, must be front-loading and at least 2.5 cubic feet capacity. ENERGY STAR Refrigerator - Must be 14.3 to 20.5 cubic feet with a top freezer and no through-the-door ice, and must be active on ENERGY STAR certified list available at energytrust.org/qualifyingfridges. $300 each $120 each $35 each WATER HEATING Heat Pump Water Heater Tier 1 - Eligible models must meet Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance s Advanced Water Heater Specification compliance. Tank must be less than 55 gallons. See qualified products list at energytrust.org/ heatpumpwaterheaters. Heat Pump Water Heater Tier 2, Tier 3, Tier 4 or Tier 5- Eligible models must meet Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance s Advanced Water Heater Specification compliance. Tier 2 must be less than 55 gallons. Tier 3, 4 or 5 may be any size. See qualified products list at energytrust.org/heatpumpwaterheaters. Gas Commercial Tank Water Heater - Minimum 91% thermal efficiency. Gas Commercial Condensing Tankless Water Heater - Minimum 94% thermal efficiency, electronic ignition, input of 200 kbtu/h or greater. Gas Recirculation Pump - Install controls to turn the pump off when return temperature reaches 105 F and on when the return temperature falls to 100 F. To qualify, a building must have three or more stories (excluding basement), one primary recirculation loop, no existing recirculation pump controls and gas-heated water. FOR SIDE-BY-SIDE OR DUPLEX, TRIPLEX AND FOURPLEX PROPERTIES ONLY Gas High-Efficiency Water Heater - ENERGY STAR certified. Hybrid and tankless water heaters do not qualify. FOR STACKED STRUCTURES WITH 5 OR MORE UNITS ONLY Gas Condensing Tankless Water Heater - Installation of condensing tankless water heater with EF greater than or equal to Input less than 200 kbtu/h. Must supply hot water to multiple units. $150 each $500 each $4 per kbtu/h $2.75 per kbtu/h $420 per system $100 each $300 each 1 The site must have water heating provided by Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas or Avista, and site s electricity must be provided by Portland General Electric or Pacific Power. STANDARD INCENTIVES 4

6 Free Instant Savings Upgrades Start saving today by contacting an Energy Trust representative who can provide and install free energy-efficient LED bulbs, faucet aerators and showerheads in qualified dwellings. Products will be installed in as little as five minutes and advanced power strips will be left in qualifying dwellings for the resident to connect to their television and entertainment equipment. Call , or visit to learn more. LED bulbs Use up to 85 percent less energy than incandescent bulbs, and can last up to 15 times longer than standard bulbs, depending on daily use. LEDs also produce pleasing, natural-looking light. Energy-efficient showerheads and faucet aerators Use up to 20 percent less water compared to standard fixtures and save energy without impacting water pressure. Advanced power strips Can reduce energy waste by not providing power to secondary devices when the primary device is turned off. Free Walkthrough Survey Energy Trust can provide a free walkthrough survey to identify energy-efficiency opportunities and energy saving potential at your property. Contact an Energy Trust representative to schedule an appointment. To learn more about these and other cash incentives, or to schedule a walkthrough survey, call , or visit 5 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON

7 More Ways to Save Custom Incentives In addition to standard incentives, Energy Trust also offers custom incentives and energy analysis for many cost-effective energy efficiency improvements. Projects eligible for incentives typically require additional energy analysis in the project design process. We can provide a free site evaluation and a personalized energy-savings action plan to recommend energy-efficiency upgrades that may qualify for Energy Trust custom incentives. To learn more, call , or visit Lighting Incentives Lighting in multifamily buildings can account for nearly 35 percent of electricity use, which can have a big effect on your bottom line. Upgrading lighting with new energy-efficient lamps, fixtures and controls can save energy, improve lighting quality and can pay for themselves in energy savings in just a few years. Energy Trust can provide cash incentives for lighting upgrades. Contact Energy Trust to find out whether your project may qualify for Energy Trust s lighting incentives. To learn more, call , or visit Solar Incentives Energy Trust offers incentives for solar electric systems that produce electricity for use in your building. Multifamily property owners or managers must work with an approved Energy Trust solar trade ally contractor to qualify for incentives. To request a preliminary solar assessment, go to For other solar information, call , or visit STANDARD INCENTIVES 6

8 + Get more from your energy. To learn more 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 or 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 recycled paper that contains post-consumer waste. 6/18

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