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Gas Furnaces

$200-$550 cash incentive

Keep your home warm, comfortable and energy efficient by upgrading to an ENERGY STAR® qualified high-efficiency gas furnace. Your new gas furnace will deliver clean, consistent heat while using less energy overall, so you can enjoy a cozier home, bigger energy savings and lower monthly bills.

Available in Oregon and Washington

Energy Trust only offers incentives for efficient gas furnaces to select homeowners in Oregon and Washington. See the Details tab for more information.

  1. Establish your eligibility.

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    If you live in Oregon, you must heat your home with natural gas provided by NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas, or Avista. Please read requirements listed in the Details tab before installing an upgrade.

    If you live in Washington, you must heat your home with natural gas provided by NW Natural.

  2. Select a contractor and have the work done.

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

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

    In order to complete your application, you’ll need to enter information such as the installation date, equipment serial/model number, and efficiency rating, and include a scan or legible digital photo of your contractor’s invoice. Please gather this information before beginning your application.

    Your contractor may help you complete the application form. Please allow six to eight weeks for incentive processing and payment.

    Download Incentive Application

    Send by Mail

    Energy Trust of Oregon
    Residential
    818 SW 3rd Ave #215
    Portland, OR 97204

    Send by Fax
    1.866.516.7592

State and building type Incentive Requirements
Oregon single-family rental property $550

Gas furnace must be installed in a single-family rental property by an approved Energy Trust trade ally contractor (manufactured homes also qualify).

Home must not be owner occupied.

90% annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) or greater.

Oregon single-family property for income qualified homeowner $550

Income-qualified homeowners in Oregon must be eligible for Savings Within Reach.

90% annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) or greater. Gas furnaces used as backup for high-efficiency heat pumps, also known as hybrid systems, are not eligible.

Washington single-family property $200

95% annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) or greater.

Washington single-family rental property $550

Gas furnace must be installed in a single-family rental property by an approved Energy Trust trade ally contractor (manufactured homes also qualify).

Home must not be owner occupied.

90% annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) or greater.

Washington condo, townhome, duplex, triplex, or fourplex $200

Gas furnace must be installed by an approved Energy Trust trade ally contractor.

90% annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) or higher.

Furnace must be home’s primary heating source.

Washington condo, townhome, duplex, triplex, or fourplex rental property $550

Gas furnace must be installed by an approved Energy Trust trade ally contractor.

90% annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) or higher.

Furnace must be home’s primary heating source.

If you own or manage a single-family rental property, you may qualify for limited-time increased incentives. To qualify, you must hire a participating Instant Incentive Energy Trust trade ally contractor trained to provide services for rental properties. Homes cannot be owner occupied.

To qualify for an incentive, a gas furnace must be used as the home’s primary heat source.

Energy Trust no longer offers incentives for gas furnaces used as backups for high-efficiency heat pumps, also known as hybrid systems.

Incentives are subject to funding availability and may change.

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

Download our heating infographic.

Helpful Tips

  • Ask your contractor about rebates that can help save you money.
  • Your contractor can also help you determine the size of the gas furnace you need so you install the right equipment.
  • Have your ducts tested and sealed to increase efficiency and prevent heat loss.
  • Clean or replace your furnace filters regularly to help your furnace run at peak efficiency.

 

Questions?

Give us a call at 1.866.368.7878.