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A renewable energy incentive program for citizens and businesses of Washington passed the Washington State Legislature and was signed into law by the Governor. Washington State University (WSU) Energy Program oversees implementation of the program. To learn more including how to participate and obtain necessary applications visit WSU Renewable Energy System Incentive Program.
ENERGY STAR is a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) voluntary program to identify and promote energy–efficient products and buildings in order to reduce energy consumption, improve energy security, and reduce pollution through voluntary labeling of or other forms of communication about products and buildings that meet the highest energy efficiency standards. Looking for some home assessment tools, some home improvement resources or tax credit information? Visit www.energystar.gov to learn more.
Check out tips for saving energy and money by visiting these energy saver topics on appliances, heating and cooling, lights and more. Here you can find tips on saving energy during vacation, summer energy saving tips, suggestions on detecting air leaks, saving electricity through energy-efficient computer use, how to estimate appliance and home electronic energy use and more; visit http://energy.gov to learn more.
Washington Public Utility Districts Association (WPUDA) was formed in 1936. It represents 27 nonprofit, community-owned utilities that provide electricity, water and wastewater services, and wholesale telecommunications to almost one-million residential, business, and industrial customers in communities across the State of Washington. The mission of WPUDA is to support, protect and enhance members’ ability to conserve power and water resources of the state and to provide not-for-profit, locally-controlled utility services for the people of Washington. Visit www.wpuda.org to learn more.
Considering doing some energy efficiency improvements around your home and need to confirm if your contractor or tradespeople is licensed? Visit their website at https://secure.lni.wa.gov/verify/ and search by name, city or county, license or UBI number to look up a business or individual to be sure they’ve met all legal requirements for operating in Washington.
Wahkiakum PUD is a member of joint operating agency Energy Northwest (ENW). ENW owns and operates four electricity generating facilities in the northwest: White Bluffs Solar Station, Packwood Lake Hydroelectric Project, Nine Canyon Wind Project and Columbia Generating Station. Wahkiakum PUD has a one percent ownership in the Packwood Lake Hydroelectric Project. Visit www.energy-northwest.com to learn more about Energy Northwest.