Energy efficiency rebate & incentive program updates – what you need to know   

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Planning energy efficiency updates at your home? Find a rebate
If you are planning on making energy efficiency improvements around your home or are wrapping up a project, make sure to check our online rebate and incentive information for updates on program changes and for new forms.
Below are a few highlights of what you’ll find:

• Customers in Washington and Idaho can find rebates and incentives for making qualifying electric energy efficiency improvements.
• As of Nov. 1, 2012, natural gas rebates and incentives are not available in Idaho.
• Rebates and incentives for natural gas customers in Washington are currently available but are being reviewed by the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission. The outcome of the review may guide natural gas program changes due to continuing low wholesale natural gas prices. Because of the low prices, our natural gas energy efficiency programs are no longer cost effective. It now costs more to provide natural gas energy efficiency rebates and incentives than it costs for the natural gas that customers use.
• Natural gas rebates and incentives are available in Oregon too.
• Submit your forms online for quick turn around on your energy efficiency rebate and incentive payment.
You can visit us here at the Avista Blog in December for information on any additional program changes that may be taking place for 2013.
Posted by  System Account  on  11/5/2012
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