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Weatherization & Home Efficiency Incentives

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HG&E's Home Efficiency Incentive Program

The Home Efficiency Incentive Program is designed to assist the customer with the cost of installation for the most cost effective measures recommended in a home energy audit. This program applies to weatherization projects on or after January 1, 2020 and include the following:

Weatherization Incentives

2020 Incentives

Blower Door Test & Air Sealing  50%, up to $500*
Insulation 50%, up to $1,000*
Duct Sealing 50%, up to $500*

*Energy audit required

How to apply:

  1. Schedule an energy audit
  2. Have work performed
  3. Work with your contractor to submit the Post-Installation form to HG&E (see online form below or dowload pdf)
  4. Schedule a post installation inspection (see application form for additional details)
  5. Submit a completed application form along with a signed inspection form and invoice(s) to Helps Home Efficiency Incentive

Please note: You must be a current HG&E residential customer in order to receive rebates. One Home Efficiency Incentive rebate of each type available per year for any home (including multi-family home with single owner). The work that a rebate is being submitted for must be installed by a licensed contractor. Invoice must match name on application. Please see additional terms and conditions on application form. 

Post-Installation Form

 Weatherization Assistance Program

In addition to HG&E's program, customers may be eligible for the Low Income Weatherization Assistance Program which provides eligible households with full-scale home energy efficiency services. The program is funded by an annual grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, and administered by a network of local agencies, in many areas the same agency that administers the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP or Fuel Assistance) program.

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