Submitted by Puget Sound Energy
In the midst of the current pandemic and economic crisis, Puget Sound Energy has launched Efficiency Boost, a new energy efficiency program that will bring customers additional energy and cost-saving opportunities.
The new program offers increased rebate amounts for income-qualified customers, so they can work on improving their home before winter arrives without breaking the bank. Whether customers are hoping to insulate their home, update windows, or replace a water heater or heating system, sliding scale rebates of up to $2,000 are available for those who qualify. Efficiency Boost income guidelines allow a four-person household with an annual gross income between $58,000 and $78,000 (before taxes) to qualify for the rebates.
The process is simple: Customers start by contacting a PSE Energy Advisor to confirm their income eligibility. Once they receive confirmation, the Energy Advisor can also provide a referral for a Recommended Energy Professional (REP), who would complete the work in their home and provide an instant rebate.
To learn more about Efficiency Boost visit the Puget Sound Energy website.
Customers who fall below the minimum income range for Efficiency Boost rebates may be eligible for our no-cost Weatherization Assistance Program administered through our local community agency partners. Information about this program is available at Puget Sound Energy website.
PSE also offers everyday incentives for energy-efficient improvements to all PSE customers without income qualification requirements. To learn more and see if you qualify, visit the Puget Sound Energy rebates page.