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There are several low-cost projects that you can get started on this weekend!
If your property uses natural gas, request a home energy assessment from Dominion Energy. A home energy auditor will come to your place and evaluate which upgrades are best, and which incentives are available from Dominion Energy. Sign up here. Dominion Energy’s energy efficiency program is called “Thermwise”.
You can also request a virtual home energy assessment and get instant rebates from Rocky Mountain Power. Sign up here. Rocky Mountain Power’s energy efficiency program is called “Wattsmart”.
Do you own a commercial property? Rocky Mountain Power’s Find and Fix program is for you. Find out more information here. Call 1-888-805-7231 to get going. In addition, here is a list of rebates available from Dominion.
In general, folks tend to be eager to install solar panels, but investing in energy efficiency is where you can often find the biggest bang for your buck. Right now you can save thousands of dollars on energy efficiency projects.
Both Rocky Mountain Power and Dominion Energy partner with local contractors to get rebates and incentives in the hands of homeowners and renters. Consider using Rocky Mountain Power’s Trade Ally and Dominion Energy’s Authorized Contractor lists to find contractors, and make sure to ask any professionals you work with to help you apply for incentives and rebates.
Some top upgrades we recommend:
Upgrade to a heat pump. You can get up to $2000 per year by installing heat pumps. Contrary to a common myth, they DO work very well in cold climates. Read more here.
You can get up to $0.65/sf from Rocky Mountain Power or up to $800 from Dominion Energy for added insulation. You can also claim a tax credit for adding insulation on your federal tax return. Income qualified homeowners and renters should check out the Weatherization Assistance Program for potential low and no-cost insulation upgrades.
New windows. $1200 per year tax credit, $2.50/sf incentive from Dominion, PLUS $3.00/sf from Rocky Mountain Power.
ThermWise for natural gas users (Dominion Energy)
Wattsmart for electricity users (Rocky Mountain Power)
Federal tax credits for heating & cooling, water heating, insulation, windows, clean energy, and more. You can even claim a tax credit for upgrading your electric panel which helps make your home ready for electric appliances.
The Utah State’s Department of Environmental Quality offers an incentive to cover up to 50% of EV charging equipment installation at commercial properties.
Additional incentives may be available from Rocky Mountain Power, contact Leaders for Clean Air today.
Installing a level 2 charger at your home? Rocky Mountain Power has an incentive for residential charger installations.
Incentives to swap your turf for more water wise landscaping are available now:
Utah Water Savers and Weber Basin Water Conservancy District list many of the water conservation incentives that are available throughout the State.
Utah Clean Energy has created a great site for Utah homes.
Income qualified homeowners and renters should check out the Weatherization Assistance Program for potential low and no-cost insulation upgrades.In addition, this resource from The White House can help you figure out which incentives are for you.For commercial properties, the Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency® (DSIRE) website is a regularly updated clearinghouse of all available incentives for energy efficiency and renewables.Summit County and Park City are two of several Utah communities to enable Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE). Developers and building owners pursuing new construction and renovation projects can consider utilizing C-PACE to advance energy improvements in commercial, industrial, and qualifying multifamily buildings. C-PACE is a voluntary innovative financing mechanism for building improvements that result in enhanced energy performance over the lifetime of a building. Eligible improvements include efficient mechanical systems, installation of renewable energy systems, electric vehicle charging infrastructure, water conservation projects and more. To learn more about C-PACE visit: utahcpace.com
Slow the Flow is a great resource for all you can do to save water in Utah.
Utah Water Savers and Weber Basin Water Conservancy District list many of the incentives that are available throughout the State.
Learn more about Localscapes and planting for Utah’s unique climate.
The Office of Consumer Services and other state agencies have information available on programs such as the Home Energy Assistance Target Program (HEAT), the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP), and more. For Summit County and Park City, you will work through the Mountainland Association of Governments (MAG) to access utility assistance programs.