Talk to Our ENERGY EXPERTS to Save Energy & Money This Winter!

When temperatures drop, heating appliances, such as heat pumps, furnaces, and water heaters, use more energy to heat the air or water to your preferred temperature. Even if you leave your thermostat set to 70 degrees year round, your heating system must work longer and harder during winter months to keep the temperature consistent.

While there are changes you can make to lessen winter's effect on your bill (see our Energy Saving Tips below), the biggest savings come from upgrading to an efficient heating system and/or water heater.

EPUD offers programs aimed at helping you improve the efficiency and comfort of your home. Our energy advisors are available to answer questions about managing your usage. They'll also tell you about rebates and incentives to help you upgrade your system and see long-term savings on your bill.

Rebates and Incentives

Heat Pump Water Heater
UPGRADE & SAVE! Get an $800 rebate when you upgrade to new heat pump water heater. For a limited time, finance your purchase with a zero-interest loan. Eligibility requirements apply. Contact us to learn more!

(Eligibility requirements apply.)

  • Heat Pump Water Heaters
    Incentives: $800 cash rebate AND zero-interest loan up to $1,200
  • Ductless Heating and Cooling System
    Incentives: Up to $2,000 rebate AND zero-interest loan up to $10,000
  • Heat Pump Upgrade or Conversion
    Incentives: Up to $2,000 rebate AND zero-interest loan up to $10,000
  • Insulation Upgrade
    Incentives: $1/sf not to exceed 50% of cost OR zero-interest loan up to $5,000
  • Window Upgrade
    Incentives: $6/sf not to exceed 50% of cost OR zero-interest loan up to $5,000
  • Door Upgrade
    Incentives: $40/unit not to exceed 70% of cost
  • Smart Thermostat
    Incentives: $100 Rebate per qualifying thermostat; limit 2 per household
  • ENERGY STAR® Certified Clothes Washers & Dryers
    Incentives: $50 Rebate for purchase of a qualified product

Contact our ENERGY EXPERTS at 541-746-1583 or EnergyServices@epud.org.