Energy Star Insulation House with side view of three story house and locations where insulation may be located on each floor and location of common air leaks.

To qualify for Wahkiakum PUD rebates all projects must obtain pre-approval before installing any energy efficiency measures. 

Wahkiakum PUD is helping its customers reduce their monthly electric bills and make their homes and businesses more comfortable through our weatherization program. According to ENERGY STAR, sealing and insulating the “envelope” or “shell” of your building— its outer walls, ceiling, windows, doors, and floors — can often be a cost effective way to improve energy efficiency and comfort. Under its Weatherization Program Wahkiakum PUD may be able to pay a portion of the cost to insulate your electrically-heated residence or commercial business.


Pre-qualification from Wahkiakum PUD is required to be eligible for all utility rebate programs. View our Residential Insulation Pre-Approval Application or Non-Residential Insulation Pre-Approval Application for step-by-step program guidelines and current rebate rates.

Before installing any residential weatherization measure customers should view BPA’s Weatherization Best Practices Field Guide which contains the qualifying residential requirements but also provides step-by-step instructions for common practices. Utility weatherization program requirements are included and highlighted in blue text. By reading this document, you will learn how to insulate, perform air sealing, and replace windows on a home.

Installation contractor must be licensed, insured and bonded to work in Washington State (self-install does not qualify for rebate); visit WA State Department of Labor & Industries or contact Wahkiakum PUD to confirm contractor eligibility.  Contact Wahkiakum PUD for more information.