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9611 SE 36th Street
Mercer Island, WA 98040
Phone: 206.275.7605
Fax: 206.275.7726
Email: midsg@mercergov.or. . .
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Open to the public:
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
on Mon, Tue, Thu, & Fri

10:30 AM - 5:00 PM on Wed


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Building Green Incentives & Rebates

The following links to incentives and rebates may still be available for your project:

 

Built Green and LEED Grants

The King County GreenTools program may have funds available for projects that meet their criteria for resource conservation and help educate the public about the importance of green building. Grants between $2,500 - $30,000 for single family and multifamily residential projects seeking Built Green or LEED certification may qualify for a grant award based on the performance level achieved. This is funded through the Department of Natural Resources and Parks.

 

For more information contact:

King County Green Tools Program

www.greentools.us

 

 

Federal Energy Policy Tax Credits

Federal tax credits may be available for energy efficiency measures on home improvement and new residential construction projects, and for renewable energy systems .

  • Up to $500 tax credit for home improvements including insulation, replacement windows and doors, roofing, and high efficiency water heaters and HVAC equipment.
  • $2,000 tax credit for builders of new energy efficient homes that achieve a 50% increase in efficiency over the 2004 International Energy Conservation code.
  • Up to $2,000 tax credit for solar thermal water heating and up to 30% of the total cost of photovoltaic systems and fuel cells.
  • Up to $4,000 tax credit for small wind energy systems.

For more information, assistance and IRS forms contact:

Tax Incentives Assistance Project

www.energytaxincentives.org

 

 

Energy Conservation Incentives

Puget Sound Energy rebates and incentives may be available for energy conservation measures within residential projects.

 

Single Family

  • $20 rebate per fixture for ENERGY STAR® qualified pin-based compact fluorescent light (CFL) fixtures.
  • $200- $350 rebate for each high-efficiency air-source electric heat pump.
  • $350 rebate for each ENERGY STAR qualified natural gas furnace.
  • $350 rebate for duct sealing associated with natural gas furnace performance testing.
  • $3 rebate per bulb for ENERGY STAR qualified compact fluorescent light bulbs.
  • $50- $100 rebate for ENERGY STAR qualified clothes washer.
  • $150 incentive for each natural gas tankless water heater.
  • $40 incentive for each high-efficiency natural gas water heater.
  • $20 incentive for each ENERGY STAR qualified dishwasher.

 

Multi-Family

  • Rebates for efficient lighting and lighting controls.
  • Rebates for HVAC equipment upgrades and services.
  • Rebates for high efficiency commercial clothes washer, refrigerators and freezers, and commercial kitchen equipment.
  • Customized grant incentives up to 100% of the incremental cost for improvements for energy efficiency measures.
  • Grants from $0.60 to $1.80/sq. ft. for 10% to 30% energy efficiency improvements to the whole building compared to the energy code.
  • Prescriptive whole building grants based on a selected standardized measure package estimated to save at least 10% more energy than if the facility was built to the energy code. The amount per square foot incentive is based on the number of measures, the main measure and building and heating type.

For more information and eligibility contact:

Energy Advisors

Puget Sound Energy

800-562-1482

www.pse.com

 

 

Renewable Energy Incentives

PSE customers may be eligible for State-sponsored incentives with net-metering of qualifying renewable energy systems ( solar photovoltaic (PV), wind turbine or anaerobic digesters to generate electricity on their own property). PSE helps administer these state incentives and may not charge interconnection fees for production metering.

 

$0.12 to $0.54 per economic development kilowatt-hour (kWh), up to $2,000.00 annually.

 

For more information contact:

Jake Wade

Puget Sound Energy

Customer Renewable Energy Programs

425-462-3459 or Jake.wade@pse.com

 

 

GreenTags

The Northwest Solar Cooperative may offer to purchase the rights tothe environmental attributes or “Green Tags” derived from grid-connected photovoltaic (PV) or wind energy.

 

$0.02 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) for systems up to 50 kW.

 

For more information contact:

Doug Boleyn

Cascade Solar Consulting

503-655-1617 or doug@cascadesolar.com

www.cascadesolar.com

 

 

Water Conservation Incentives

Click here for ways to reduce water use from Seattle Public Utilities.

 



 

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