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 Puget Sound EnergyPuget Sound Energy Incentives

Re-Energize your home or business with energy-saving rebates from Puget Sound Energy (PSE). On top of offering customers cost-saving energy efficiency programs and a nationally recognized Green Power Program, PSE is the largest utility owner of wind and solar generating facilities in the Pacific Northwest.To learn more, call a PSE Energy Advisor at 1-800-562-1482. (M - F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

Must be located within PSE's service area. All are tariffed services and subject to change or termination without prior notice. Additional qualifications apply.

PSE Renewable Energy Incentives

Puget Sound Energy Net-Metering is available to customers who install approved and inspected solar photovoltaic (PV), wind turbine or anaerobic digesters to generate electricity on their own property are eligible for state-sponsored production incentives when these systems are net-metered. PSE helps administer these state incentives and does not charge interconnection fees for production metering.

For more information contact: Jake Wade, Puget Sound Energy at 425-462-3459 or Jake.wade@pse.com.

 Puget Sound EnergyCascade Natural Gas Incentives

Cascade Natural Gas (CNG) helps homeowners implement energy efficiency improvements by providing cash rebates on qualified upgrades to space and water heating equipment insulation, duct sealing, fireplace hearths, and/or clothes washers. The following incentives are available to approved residential participants who reside within the CNG territory and use CNG for their primary home heat-source. For further details contact Tim Clark at 425-877-9796 or stimonthy.i.clark@lmco.com.

Community EnergyCommunity Energy Challenge

The Community Energy Challenge makes achieving energy efficiency as easy as possible from start to finish. The program provides each participating household and business with quality information, a full energy assessment, a customized energy action plan detailing cost-effective measures, assistance with utility and tax rebates, attractive and accessible financing opportunities, reliable contractors, and quality assurance.

For a full list of incentives and additional details on how to sign up your home or business, please contact: Wendy Henerlau at 360-676-6099 or communityenergychallenge@oppco.org.

Federal Energy Policy Tax Credits

**Consult a qualified tax accountant for details

The following federal tax credits are available for energy efficiency measures on home improvement and new residential construction projects in 2011, and for renewable energy systems placed into service between 2008 -2016:

International Energy Conservation Code

For more information, assistance and IRS forms contact: Tax Incentives Assistance Project www.energytaxincentives.org.

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