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Gas Fireplaces

$150—$250 cash incentive

Safe and easy to operate, high-efficiency direct-vent gas fireplaces provide heat directly to the interior spaces where they are installed. Direct-vent units are also easier to operate than traditional wood-burning fireplaces and offer better indoor air quality. Contact a local retailer or trade ally contractor to see what type of fireplace is best for your home.

  1. Establish your eligibility.

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    You must live in Oregon and be a customer of NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas or Avista. If you live in Washington, you must be a customer of NW Natural.

  2. Purchase a qualifying model from your contractor or a local retailer.

    View a list of qualifying models to ensure eligibility.

  3. Select a contractor and have the work completed.

    To receive an Energy Trust cash incentive, contact a qualified, energy-efficiency-trained Energy Trust trade ally contractor or any contractor with a current Oregon Construction Contractors Board license or current Washington contractor’s license.

  4. Submit your incentive application within 60 days of installation.

    Often, your contractor will help you complete your incentive application. Please allow six to eight weeks for incentive processing and payment.

    Download Oregon Application Download Washington Application

    Send by Mail

    Energy Trust of Oregon
    Existing Homes
    818 SW 3rd Ave.
    Portland, OR 97204

    Send by Fax
    1.866.516.7592

Incentive Requirements
High-efficiency direct-vent gas fireplace $250

75.0+ FE with electronic pilot ignition

High-efficiency direct-vent gas fireplace $150

70.0-74.9 FE with electronic pilot ignition

To qualify for this incentive, your direct-vent gas fireplace must:

  • Meet Energy Trust’s fireplace efficiency, FE, standards
  • Be equipped with an electronic pilot ignition system
  • Be vented to the outside with sealed combustion

Contact a qualified Energy Trust trade ally to see if your project is eligible for Instant Incentives.

Incentives are subject to funding availability and may change.

Incentives are not intended to influence consumer decisions on fuel sources.

Tax Credits

Oregon residential energy tax credit: An Oregon tax credit may be available. State energy tax credits expire December 31, 2017. View availability and requirements. Ask your tax professional for complete details.

Federal energy tax credit: A federal tax credit may be available. View availability and requirements. Ask your tax professional for complete details.

Questions?

Give us a call at 1.866.368.7878.