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1 COMMERCIAL Oregon Incentives SAVE MONEY NOW. SAVE ENERGY AND MONEY FOR YEARS TO COME. EXISTING BUILDINGS STANDARD INCENTIVES FOR OREGON BUSINESS CUSTOMERS EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2015 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES ii

2 Contents 2 Standard Incentives Common energy-efficiency measures and retrofits with pre-determined incentives and estimated energy savings. Standard incentive projects do not require additional energy analysis or pre-qualification. Some of these incentives may have specific eligibility requirements. 14 Lighting Incentives All lighting projects must be pre-qualified for Energy Trust incentives before purchase and installation. 15 Custom Incentives Energy-efficiency equipment not included on the standard incentives list may be eligible for custom incentives. Custom incentives require an energy analysis or other technical assistance in the project design process, plus pre-qualification before purchase and installation. 16 Solar Incentives Energy Trust offers incentives for solar electric systems that produce electricity for use in your building. Specific eligibility requirements apply.

3 Standard Incentives Staying competitive means businesses of all sizes need to look for ways to stretch every dollar. Improving the energy efficiency of your facility and operations is one important way you can lower operating costs and save money, while enhancing employee and customer comfort. Energy Trust of Oregon offers incentives to reduce your upfront costs and make energy-efficiency upgrades more affordable. And because energy savings often pay for the improvements in just a few years, you get a high return on your investment. Plus, by installing upgrades that reduce energy use, you can continue to save energy and money down the road. Are You Eligible? Energy Trust Existing Buildings incentives are available for qualifying energy-efficiency upgrades and retrofits to commercial, municipal, educational and institutional customers served by Energy Trust. To qualify, you must typically: Have a project site in Oregon served by and on a qualifying rate schedule for Portland General Electric or Pacific Power for electric-saving incentives. Have a project site in Oregon served by and on a qualifying rate schedule for NW Natural or Cascade Natural Gas for gas-saving incentives. Be improving an existing structure. Pay the public purpose charge; check your bill or contact Energy Trust if you have questions. Additional eligibility requirements may apply, depending on your project. Incentives are subject to funding availability and may change. Easy Steps to Savings Purchase and install the qualified equipment. Submit a signed application within 90 days of installation. Include with your application: Itemized invoice and any specification sheets you have. Copy of your utility bill. Completed W-9 form. A post-installation verification may be required. With You All the Way Energy Trust will work with you to see your upgrade through. We can help you purchase the most energy-efficient equipment for your facility. We have a list of licensed and insured trade ally contractors who are familiar with the latest energy-efficiency standards and equipment. They can even help you with your Energy Trust incentive application. Bring Us In Learn more about Energy Trust incentives and how they can help you build energy efficiency into your business. Call , or visit 2 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES

4 LODGING AND FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED Package Terminal Heat Pump Guest Room Occupancy Controls for Packaged Terminal Units Must replace electric resistance heat; must be AHRI certified; in hotels and motels Device that detects occupancy through use of keycard or infrared and motion sensing, and turns off room equipment when room is unoccupied for a period of time 623 kwh $150 each 150 kwh $50 each Showerhead* 2.0 GPM or less 2.0 GPM: Gas water heater: 7.9 kwh, 7.8 therms Electric water heater: kwh 1.75 GPM: Gas water heater: 11.8 kwh, 11.9 therms Electric water heater: kwh 1.5 GPM: Gas water heater: 15.7 kwh, 16.2 therms Electric water heater: kwh Showerwand 1.5 GPM or less Gas water heater: 15.7 kwh, 16.2 therms Electric water heater: kwh Bathroom Faucet Aerator 0.5 GPM or less Gas water heater: 24 kwh, 17.9 therms Electric water heater: 394 kwh Kitchen Faucet Aerator 1.5 GPM or less Gas water heater: 10 kwh, 7.4 therms Electric water heater: 172 kwh Commercial Laundry Washer - Gas Water Heater Commercial Laundry Washer - Electric Water Heater $10 each (10 unit minimum) $10 each $5 each (15 unit minimum) $5 each (15 unit minimum) ENERGY STAR 94 kwh, 38.7 therms $200 each ENERGY STAR kwh $300 each Gas Griddle ENERGY STAR 147 therms $500 each Electric Griddle ENERGY STAR 1,860 kwh $400 each Gas Combination Oven ENERGY STAR 290 therms $750 each Electric Combination Oven ENERGY STAR 6,139 kwh $750 each Gas Convection Oven (Full Size) ENERGY STAR 302 therms $500 each Electric Convection Oven (Full Size) Electric Convection Oven (Half Size) ENERGY STAR 1,853 kwh 1,961 kwh $500 each Gas Fryer ENERGY STAR 569 therms/vat $800/vat Electric Fryer ENERGY STAR 2,249 kwh/vat $400/vat *Showerheads purchased at retail stores currently participating in Energy Trust s retail buydown are not eligible. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 3

5 LODGING AND FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT continued EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED Electric Hot Food Cabinet (Full Size: > 15 ft 3 ) Electric Hot Food Cabinet (Half Size: < 15 ft 3 ) ENERGY STAR 5,184 kwh $1,000 each ENERGY STAR 2,592 kwh $500 each Gas Steam Cooker ENERGY STAR 1,308 therms $2,000 each Electric Steam Cooker ENERGY STAR 2,652 kwh $1,300 each Residential Refrigerator ENERGY STAR 84 kwh $75 each Residential Freezer ENERGY STAR 80 kwh $35 each Residential Dishwasher In Office Setting Commercial Vent Hood with Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) ENERGY STAR Variable speed drives installed on vent hood fan motor and makeup air fan motor Must be a customer of Portland General Electric or Pacific Power and heat the building with an Energy Trust participating utility Vent hood fan motor horsepower and makeup air fan motor horsepower must total at least 5 horsepower to qualify Gas water heater: 165 kwh, 2.2 therms Electric water heater: 212 kwh Electric heated: 2,973 kwh Gas heated: 1,309 kwh and 71 therms Dishwasher, High Temp Undercounter ENERGY STAR Electric water heater: 7,369 kwh Gas water heater: 2,680 kwh and 217 therms $35 each $750/horsepower $900 each Dishwasher, High Temp (HT)/ Low Temp (LT) Single Tank Door/ Upright Dishwasher, Conveyor, High/Low Temp Turbo Pot with Lid > 18 quart LED Bathroom Night Lights ENERGY STAR ENERGY STAR Available only for gas customers with a gas range Wall-mounted light switch with built-in occupancy sensor and an LED night light HT electric water heater: 13,950 kwh LT electric water heater: 11,969 kwh HT gas water heater: 5,197 kwh and 405 therms LT gas water heater: 554 therms HT electric water heater: 18,972 kwh LT electric water heater: 11,228 kwh HT gas water heater: 7,998 kwh and 508 therms LT gas water heater: 520 therms $900 each $900 each 108 therms $40 each 148 kwh $25 each 4 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES

6 ICE MACHINES (AIR COOLED ONLY) AND ICE HARVEST RATE Self-Contained Unit < 175 Self-Contained Unit > 175 Ice-Making Head < 450 Ice-Making Head > 450 Remote Condensing Unit < 1,000 Remote Condensing Unit > 1,000 ESTIMATED FOR CEE TIER 1 OR ENERGY STAR FOR CEE TIER 1 OR ENERGY STAR ESTIMATED FOR CEE TIER 2 FOR CEE TIER kwh $200 each 650 kwh $300 each 444 kwh $200 each 965 kwh $300 each 707 kwh $200 each 1,071 kwh $300 each 1,515 kwh $300 each 2,157 kwh $400 each 1,145 kwh $200 each 1,777 kwh $300 each 1,950 kwh $400 each 2,491 kwh $500 each Lodging and foodservice equipment savings estimates are based on annual averages. Your actual savings may vary. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 5

7 GROCERY EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED Anti-Sweat Controls Medium temperature case (between 1 F and 35 F) Anti-Sweat Controls Low temperature case (below 0 F) Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM) Replace shaded pole or permanent split capacitor to ECM Evaporator Fan Controls Install controls on shaded pole or permanent split capacitor Add Doors to Open Refrigerated Cases Reduce refrigeration and heating load by retrofitting open coolers or refrigerated cases with doors Strip Curtains Low temperature: supermarket (S) or restaurant (R) Strip Curtains Medium temperature: supermarket (S) or warehouse (W) VFD on Condensers Adds a central VFD to control an air (AIR) or evaporatively (EVAP) cooled condenser Standalone installation Oversized Condenser w/vfd Oversizes the condenser and adds a VFD for an air or evaporatively cooled condenser Standalone Floating Head Pressure Controls (FHPC) Adds FHPC to the compressor rack control system Floating Head Pressure Controls (FHPC) Adds FHPC to single compressor system: condensing unit (C)/remote condensers (R) Floating Suction Pressure Controls (FSPC) Adds FSPC to the compressor rack control system FHPC and FSPC Concurrently Adds both FHPC and FSPC to the compressor rack control system Walk-in, reach-in, coffin (Does not apply to no-heat doors) Walk-in, reach-in, coffin (Does not apply to no-heat doors) 324 kwh/linear ft $40/linear ft 434 kwh/linear ft $50/linear ft ECM 466 kwh/unit $45/motor replaced Fan controls 451 kwh/unit $25/fan control New doors installed on coolers and refrigerated cases Walk-in freezer Must install where no infiltration barriers exist Walk-in cooler Must install where no infiltration barriers exist Must be installed on inverter duty motors Minimum 18 F temp difference for evaporation Oversizing limited to 150% of required evaporation load Replace fixed head pressure control valve with adjustable head pressure control valve Replace fixed head pressure control valve with adjustable head pressure control valve Install controls to allow suction pressure to increase when possible FHPC: Replace fixed head pressure control valve with adjustable head pressure control valve FSPC: Install controls to allow suction pressure to increase when possible 1,017 kwh/linear ft 45 therms/linear ft, if gas heat S: 443 kwh/sq ft R: 134 kwh/sq ft S: 103 kwh/sq ft W: 350 kwh/sq ft AIR: 1,882 kwh/horsepower EVAP: 2,155 kwh/ horsepower AIR: 718 kwh/ton EVAP: 499 kwh/ton AIR: 447 kwh/horsepower EVAP: 222 kwh/horsepower C: 805 kwh/horsepower R: 576 kwh/horsepower AIR: 130 kwh/horsepower EVAP: 124 kwh/horsepower AIR: 555 kwh/horsepower EVAP: 339 kwh/horsepower $300/linear ft $5/sq ft $5/sq ft $100/fan motor horsepower $60/condenser ton $40/compressor horsepower C: $100/ horsepower R: $60/horsepower $15/compressor horsepower $55/compressor horsepower 6 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES

8 EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED Motion Sensor 1 On LED cases, side bar (single) Motion Sensor 1 On LED cases, mullion (double) LED Case Lighting 2 New Cases Side bar (single) Mullion (double) LED Case Lighting 2 Retrofit T8 to LED, side bar (single) T8 to LED, mullion (double) LED Case Lighting 2 Retrofit T12 to LED, side bar (single) T12 to LED, mullion (double) Reach-in or open cooler/freezer Reach-in or open cooler/freezer Reach-in or open cooler/freezer Reach-in or open cooler/freezer Reach-in or open cooler/freezer 14 kwh/linear ft $2/linear ft of fixture 27 kwh/linear ft $2/linear ft of fixture 104 kwh/linear ft 59 kwh/linear ft 104 kwh/linear ft 59 kwh/linear ft 154 kwh/linear ft 105 kwh/linear ft $10/linear ft of fixture $20/linear ft of fixture $20/linear ft of fixture Grocery equipment savings are based on annual average estimates only. Your actual savings may vary. 1 Motion Sensors LED Case Lighting Requirements: Incentives paid are based on linear feet of LED fixture controlled by the motion sensor. Must install a motion sensor controlling permanently installed LED lighting in refrigerated reach-in case(s). Motion sensor must reduce the lighting load to 20% or less when it senses no activity for more than one minute. Measure is applicable to LED lighting retrofits or existing LED case lighting without a motion sensor installed. Incentive and energy savings values vary based on the controlled LED luminaire power (low or high): a low power luminaire is defined as one that uses < 4 W/ft of fixture (side bar); a high power luminaire is defined as one using 4 to 7.5 W/ft of fixture (mullion). 2 LED Case Lighting Requirements: Incentives paid are based on linear feet of installed LED fixture. For new case lighting, must install an LED lighting system in lieu of a fluorescent lighting system in a new reach-in or open refrigerated display case. LED lighting system must be a permanently installed luminaire. Fluorescent magnetic ballasts cannot be used to power the LED system. LED lamps that install into fluorescent lamp sockets are not eligible for incentives. LED lighting system Color Rendering Index, a quantitative assessment of the lighting system s ability to reproduce colors as viewed in natural light, must be equal to or greater than 75 (out of 100). LEDs must maintain no less than 70% of initial lumen output at 50,000 hours of operation. Manufacturer s warranty must be a minimum of three years and must include luminaires, mounting hardware, power supply and light source (i.e., LED). New measures are required to provide manufacturer s cut sheet and warranty information to the program. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 7

9 PREMIUM GAS HVAC AND WATER HEATING EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED HVAC Unit Heater High-efficiency condensing unit heater Warm-Air Furnace < 225 kbtuh Input High-efficiency condensing furnace Minimum 92% thermal efficiency 1.05 therms/kbtuh input $3/kBtuh input Minimum 91% AFUE therm/kbtuh input $3/kBtuh input Radiant Heater, Non-Modulating Infrared natural gas-fired radiant heater: low intensity, non-condensing, non-vacuum New install or must replace non-radiant heating system, indoor use only, 5,000 20,000 sq ft 4.3 therms and 2.8 kwh/ kbtuh input $6.50/kBtuh input Radiant Heater, Modulating Infrared natural gas-fired radiant heater: low intensity, non-condensing, non-vacuum New install or must replace non-radiant heating system, indoor use only, 5,000 20,000 sq ft 11.2 therms and 6.5 kwh/ kbtuh input $10/kBtuh input Domestic Tank Water Heaters Minimum 91% thermal efficiency 1.37 therms/kbtuh input $4/kBtuh input Domestic Tankless/ Instantaneous Water Heaters Boiler High-efficiency condensing boiler with electronic ignition Minimum Energy Factor with electronic ignition Office buildings do not qualify Minimum 90% thermal efficiency 1.42 therms/kbtuh input $2/kBtuh input Boiler < 300 kbtuh input/ 2.21 therms Boiler > 300, < 2,500 kbtuh input/2.19 therms Boiler > 2,500 kbtuh input/2.17 therms $6/kBtuh input Boiler Vent Damper Minimum 1,000 kbtuh input 270 therms/vent $1,000/vent damper Steam Traps Steam system traps Replace/repair failed-open steam traps Laundry services and K-12 schools only Premium gas HVAC and water heating savings are based on annual averages. Your actual savings may vary. 112 therms/trap $200/trap 8 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES

10 INSULATION GAS AND ELECTRIC HEAT EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED For Electric Customers 1 Attic Insulation No existing insulation Minimum R-19 efficiency rating Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify 5.79 kwh/sq ft (Electric Resistance) 2.32 kwh/sq ft (Heat Pump) $0.60/sq ft Roof Insulation No existing insulation Minimum R-11 efficiency rating Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify 5.96 kwh/sq ft (Electric Resistance) 2.38 kwh/sq ft (Heat Pump) $0.60/sq ft Roof Insulation Existing insulation R-5 or less R-5 or less upgraded to at least R-20 Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify 2.1 kwh/sq ft (Electric Resistance) 0.84 kwh/sq ft (Heat Pump) $0.30/sq ft Wall Insulation No existing insulation Minimum R-11 efficiency rating Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify 3.72 kwh/sq ft (Electric Resistance) 1.49 kwh/sq ft (Heat Pump) $0.60/sq ft For Gas Customers 2 Attic Insulation No existing insulation Roof Insulation No existing insulation Roof Insulation Existing insulation R-5 or less Wall Insulation No existing insulation Pipe Insulation Domestic Hot Water/ Heating Hot Water Minimum R-19 efficiency rating Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify Minimum R-11 efficiency rating Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify R-5 or less upgraded to at least R-20 Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify Minimum R-11 efficiency rating Buildings less than 50,000 sq ft qualify Pipe Diameter < 1.5 > 1.5 Minimum Required Insulation Thickness 0.25 therm/sq ft $0.60/sq ft 0.25 therm/sq ft $0.60/sq ft 0.09 therm/sq ft $0.30/sq ft 0.16 therm/sq ft $0.60/sq ft therms/ft $2/ft Low-Pressure Steam (< 15 psig) therms/ft $4/ft Med-Pressure Steam ( psig) therms/ft $6/ft Insulation savings estimates for gas and electric heating are based on annual averages/square foot. Your actual savings may vary. Custom incentives may be available for buildings more than 50,000 square feet. Contact Energy Trust for more information and pre-qualification. 1 Eligible projects for Portland General Electric and Pacific Power customers with electric resistance heat or heat pumps. 2 Eligible projects for NW Natural and Cascade Natural Gas customers with natural gas heat. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 9

11 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED Server Virtualization PC Power Management Load Sensing Plug Strip Occupancy Sensor Plug Strip Minimum of 10 servers must be decommissioned and recycled Proof of recycling is required to ensure that the servers marked for consolidation on the Capacity Planner report have been removed from service and have been decommissioned, destroyed or will be destroyed Minimum of 20 desktop computers must be licensed and configured to run approved power management software Participate in post-installation verification when required Minimum 10 plug strips purchased Minimum 4 controlled outlets Must be installed in an office setting Additional training can be provided upon request Minimum 10 plug strips purchased Minimum 4 controlled outlets Must be installed in an office setting Additional training can be provided upon request 2,309 kwh/server $350/server decommissioned 200 kwh/end point $10/license 101 kwh $10 each 122 kwh $15 each Computer equipment savings estimates are based on annual averages. Your actual savings may vary. Other energy-saving options for computer equipment may be eligible for custom incentives. Server virtualization incentive process Submit your application and required supporting materials plus the following: Server inventory report (Capacity Planner or equivalent) Proof of recycling (or equivalent) Visit energytrust.org/commercial/incentives/equipmentupgrades-remodels/software/it-power/ for forms, tips and info on applying for the Server Virtualization incentive. Work with your software vendor or IT consultant to complete the application. PC power management incentive process Submit your application and required supporting materials plus the following: If multiple sites are involved, please attach a spreadsheet listing the address, electric utility account number and number of end points served at each location Computer inventory report that shows: - Which end points will be controlled by the software - What the power settings will be - Where they are physically located - Number of computers known to be labeled ENERGY STAR Go to energytrust.org/commercial/incentives/equipmentupgrades-remodels/software/it-power for a list of approved products. 10 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES

12 COMPRESSED AIR EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ESTIMATED Zero-Loss Condensate Drains Cycling Refrigerated Dryers Additional Receiver Capacity Low Pressure-Drop Filters Drain is designed to operate with zero air loss Rated capacity of dryer is 500 standard cubic feet per minute (scfm) or less Dryer operates exclusively in cycling mode; dryer is not equipped with the ability to select between cycling and noncycling modes Refrigeration compressor in dryer cycles off during periods of reduced demand Either the drain integral to the dryer is of the zero-loss type or a zero-loss drain must accompany the sale of the dryer Incentive applies only to receiver capacity in excess of 2 gallons/scfm of trim compressor capacity, with a maximum of 10 gallons/scfm Only available for systems in which the trim compressor uses either: (1) load/ unload control without inlet modulation; or (2) on/off control; systems with a VFD or using variable displacement control on the trim compressor are not eligible Filter is of deep-bed mist eliminator style, with element life of at least five years Rated capacity of filter is 500 scfm or less Pressure loss at rated flow < 1 psi when new, < 3 psi at element change Rated at 100% particle filtration at > 3.0 microns, 99.98% at 0.1 to 3.0 microns, < 5 ppm liquid carryover 386 kwh $100 each 9.2 kwh $1.50/scfm rated capacity 9.4 kwh $2.50/gallon (above 2 gal/scfm) 5.2 kwh $2/scfm rated capacity Compressed air savings estimates are based on annual averages. Your actual savings may vary. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 11

13 ENERGY-EFFICIENT A/C UNITS STANDALONE EQUIPMENT SIZE 6 Tons 72 kbtuh 7.5 Tons 90 kbtuh 8.5 Tons 102 kbtuh 10 Tons 120 kbtuh 12.5 Tons 150 kbtuh 15 Tons 180 kbtuh 17.5 Tons 210 kbtuh 20 Tons 240 kbtuh 25 Tons 300 kbtuh Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) 1 REQUIREMENTS Integrated Energy Efficiency Ratio (IEER) 1 ESTIMATED 11.7 EER 13 IEER 645 kwh $180 each 11.7 EER 13 IEER 806 kwh $225 each 11.7 EER 13 IEER 914 kwh $255 each 11.7 EER 13 IEER 1,075 kwh $300 each 11.7 EER 12.5 IEER 1,157 kwh $375 each 11.7 EER 12.5 IEER 1,388 kwh $450 each 11.7 EER 12.5 IEER 1,573 kwh $510 each 10.5 EER 11.3 IEER 2,104 kwh $600 each 10.5 EER 11.3 IEER 2,630 kwh $750 each Energy-efficient A/C unit savings are based on average estimates only. Your actual savings may vary. 1 EER/IEER assumes a heating section type of electric resistance or no heat. Deduct 0.2 EER/0.2 IEER from efficiency requirement for gas heating types. 12 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES

14 ENERGY-EFFICIENT HEAT PUMPS EQUIPMENT SIZE (TONS) Air to Air Heat Pumps Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER)/ EER/IEER 1 REQUIREMENTS Coefficient of Performance (COP)/ Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) ESTIMATED SEER/12.0 EER 8.5 HSPF 568 kwh $150 each EER/12.3 IEER 3.4 COP 732 kwh $180 each EER/12.3 IEER 3.4 COP 915 kwh $225 each EER/12.3 IEER 3.4 COP 1,037 kwh $255 each EER/12.3 IEER 3.4 COP 1,220 kwh $300 each EQUIPMENT SIZE (TONS) REQUIREMENTS 2 Water Source Heat Pump and Ground Source Heat Pumps EER COP ESTIMATED 2 14 EER 4.6 COP 441 kwh $120 each EER 4.6 COP 551 kwh $150 each 3 14 EER 4.6 COP 661 kwh $180 each EER 4.6 COP 772 kwh $210 each 4 14 EER 4.6 COP 882 kwh $240 each 5 14 EER 4.6 COP 1,102 kwh $300 each Energy-efficient heat pump savings are based on average estimates only. Your actual savings may vary. Estimated savings are based on incremental savings from higher efficiency heat pumps. 1 EER/IEER requirement for air to air heat pumps assumes a heating section type of electric resistance or no heat. Deduct 0.2 EER/0.2 IEER from efficiency requirement for all other heating section types. 2 Water source heat pump and ground source heat pump efficiency ratings are based on 86 F entering water temperature for cooling mode, and 68 F entering water temperature for heating mode. ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON STANDARD INCENTIVES 13

15 Lighting Incentives Lighting in commercial buildings can account for nearly 35 percent of electric use, which can have a big effect on your bottom line. Upgrading lighting with new energy-efficient light sources, fixtures and controls can save energy and improve lighting quality. Lighting improvements can even pay for themselves in energy savings in a few years. Energy Trust makes incentives available for energy-efficient lighting upgrades. T12 Fluorescent Fixture, T12 to High Performance T8 and Electronic Ballast T8 Fluorescent to Reduced Wattage T8 T12 or T8 Fluorescent to Reduced Wattage T8 Kit or Fixture Exit Sign Upgrades to LED Incandescent Upgrades to CFL, Cold Cathode or LED Additional or Upgraded Lighting Controls Fluorescent Fixture Upgrades to LED Fixture or Retrofit Kit Exterior and Parking Garage HID Lighting to LED Fixtures or Retrofit Kits Additional requirements apply. All lighting projects must be reviewed and pre-qualified by a program representative to be eligible for Energy Trust incentives. Energy Trust s Performance+ helps commercial customers find even deeper energy savings by taking a whole-building look at existing lighting. Performance+ projects go beyond Illuminating Engineering Society, IES, recommended light levels and can receive additional incentives based on how far they exceed lighting power density recommendations from IES. Performance+ projects take an integrated approach to lighting design that makes greater use of controls and building resources. Additional product information and criteria are available on the Lighting Program Information Sheet (PI 190L). Equipment not listed on the PI 190L may be eligible under the custom lighting offer. Each custom lighting measure (including controls) must also be reviewed and pre-qualified by Energy Trust. An Existing Buildings representative can help you pre-qualify your project for incentive eligibility before you purchase or install your equipment. For more information, call , or visit 14 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON LIGHTING INCENTIVES

16 Custom Incentives Energy-efficient equipment not featured in this brochure may still be eligible for custom incentives. Projects eligible for custom incentives typically require additional energy analysis or other technical assistance in the project design process. All equipment purchases must be pre-qualified by Energy Trust. In addition, a post-installation verification may be required. Energy savings through a custom project typically include the following steps: 1. Analysis. A technical analysis is obtained on the potential energy-saving upgrades at the site and the analysis is provided to Energy Trust. 2. Review. Energy Trust technical staff reviews the analysis to ensure that savings estimates appear reasonable and potential upgrades meet cost-effectiveness criteria. 3. Offer. Energy Trust provides a cash incentive offer for qualifying upgrades to be paid upon completion. 4. Installation. Your contractor installs the upgrades and provides final paid invoices and other documentation that Energy Trust will review to verify that the project is complete. 5. Payment. Energy Trust reviews the documentation and, if it is complete and acceptable, provides your custom project incentive check. In some cases, a post-installation verification may be required. To learn more, call , or visit ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON CUSTOM INCENTIVES 15

17 Solar Incentives Energy Trust offers incentives for solar electric systems that produce electricity for use in your building. Businesses must work with an approved Energy Trust solar trade ally contractor to qualify for incentives. The solar trade ally will handle all the paperwork, including submission of the Energy Trust application. 1. Assess. Request a preliminary solar assessment from one or more solar trade ally contractors to determine the size, savings, incentives and financial return for the project. 2. Commit. Select a trade ally to design and install the system. The contractor will submit an incentive application to Energy Trust before starting construction on the solar equipment. 3. Review. Energy Trust staff review the application and project design. 4. Offer. Energy Trust provides an incentive offer for qualified projects. 5. Installation. The solar trade ally installs the system and coordinates a post-installation verification by Energy Trust. 6. Payment. After successful verification, Energy Trust sends the incentive check. For a solar trade ally referral or other information, call , or visit 16 ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON SOLAR INCENTIVES

18 + Get more from your energy. To learn more, visit or call Energy Trust provides technical assistance and financial incentives for energy systems or equipment that meet its program criteria, but does not install energy systems or equipment nor does it guarantee any specific energy savings through its assistance or programs. Installation work is done by independent businesses that are solely responsible for the quality and performance of their installations. Energy Trust of Oregon 421 SW Oak St., Suite 300, Portland, OR fax energytrust.org Energy Trust of Oregon is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping utility customers benefit from saving energy and tapping renewable resources. Our services, cash incentives and energy solutions have helped participating customers of Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural and Cascade Natural Gas save on energy costs. Our work helps keep energy costs as low as possible, creates jobs and builds a sustainable energy future. Printed with vegetable-based inks on paper that contains 100% post-consumer waste. Effective January 2015.

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