Outsmart Energy Waste with our Rebates, Incentives and Loan Programs
Our rebates, incentives and low-interest loan programs help you make energy-efficient home improvements that can reduce your electricity bill—which also helps us reduce the amount of power we need to buy. Using only the energy required is more cost-effective for all of us, so we’re happy to guide you through your options.
Some energy efficiency upgrades may be eligible for federal tax credits in addition to rebates provided by Clark Public Utilities. Additional information can be found on the Energy Star website. For questions on how or if any tax credits may apply to you, please refer to a licensed tax professional.
We loan homeowners 100 percent of the cost of installing your heat pump, up to $20,000. We also have many incentives available which can be credited against your loan amount when documents are signed. Replacing an older heating system with an energy-efficient heat pump will improve the comfort in your home and conserve energy. All electrically heated homes, including manufactured homes, are eligible for our heat pump financing program.
Homeowners who currently heat their home with cable ceiling heat, baseboard or wall heaters, or an electric furnace can receive a $1,000 rebate to help pay for an upgrade, as well as 4.99 percent financing. We’re helping qualified customers upgrade to a ductless heating and cooling system that uses a fraction of the electricity and provides more comfort than outdated systems.
Installing a smart thermostat can reduce energy waste, while still keeping your home comfortable. If you’re a Clark Public Utilities customer currently heating your home with an electric furnace or heat pump, you may qualify for the $50 smart thermostat rebate. If your home is heated with a natural gas furnace, you also may qualify for the rebate through the Energy Trust.
We provide homeowners with loans of up to $15,000 at 4.99 percent interest for windows, attic insulation, wall insulation, air sealing, duct sealing (if applicable) and more. Electrically heated homes and manufactured homes are eligible for the program. Financing is available and is subject to credit approval.
We offer loans to help homeowners invest in solar technology for their home, including rooftop solar systems and solar water heaters. In addition to providing technical assistance and a list of contractors participating in our Contractor Network, we’ll review and approve the installation contract and process your loan application. The contractor you select will secure the necessary building permits and install your solar system.
Clark Public Utilities offers a variety of weatherization rebates for owners of multifamily buildings (5 or more units) in Clark County that are electrically heated. Multifamily structures with four or fewer units that are weatherized to program standards should apply for the utilities’ single family home weatherization rebates.
The New Homes Performance program offers incentives to builders who increase the energy efficiency of newly built homes above state energy code standards. The NEEM manufactured homes program is a collaborative effort between home builders, retailers and utilities to produce the most energy efficient manufactured homes ever built and offers an incentive to buyers of these homes.
Clark Public Utilities is offering qualifying customers a variety of rebates and grants for electric vehicles. Electric vehicles emit no tailpipe emissions and cost less per mile to operate. As electric vehicle technology has improved, ranges have extended and there are more charging options and locations now than ever before.
We’re Here to Help
Our energy counselors can help with tips to reduce wasted energy and improve comfort in your home.
Building a new home?
If you’re building, or buying a newly built home, consider choosing a home built to the energy efficiency standards of Clark Public Utilities New Homes Performance program. Read More ›
Shopping for Appliances?
When choosing new appliances and LEDs, be sure to look for the Energy Star logo, or compare appliance energy usage levels using the yellow Energy Guide label. Read More ›