Rebate Requirements for New and Existing Multi-family Property Programs

We offer a variety of rebates for owners of electrically heated multi-family buildings (five or more dwelling units) in Clark County. Buildings must also have dwelling units that are stacked, meaning the units share floor and ceiling areas. If your structure has four or fewer dwelling units or if more than four and only share walls, e.g., townhomes, please see our single-family home rebates.

Low-rise multi-family is defined as having three or fewer stories. Mid-, high-rise multi-family is defined as having four or more stories.

All multi-family building projects require pre-approval and in some cases field inspections. Also, the weatherization work must be completed by a contractor in the Clark Public Utilities Contractor Network to be eligible for rebates. Learn more about how to get pre-approved for your project by speaking to one of our energy counselors at 360-992-3355.

MeasureIncentives
Low-rise multi-family:
Windows with U-factor < or = 0.30*
Windows with U-factor < or = 0.22*
Patio doors with a U-factor < or = 0.30*
Mid-/high-rise multi-family:
Windows with U-factor < or = to 0.30*
Pre-condition: single—any frame; double —metal frame
Post-condition: U-factor < or = 0.30, < or = 0.22—any frame

$12 per square foot
$16 per square foot
$16 per square foot

$6 per square foot
Floor Insulation (low-rise multi-family only)
Pre-condition: existing insulation of R-11 or less
Post-condition: insulation installed up to R-19, R-25, or R-30
$0.75 per square foot
Attic Insulation (low-rise multi-family only)
Pre-condition: existing insulation of R-19 or less
Post-condition: insulation installed up to R-38 or R-49
$0.75 per square foot
Wall Insulation (low-/mid-/high-rise multifamily)
Pre-condition: not previously performed, existing insulation = R-0
Post-condition: insulation installed up to R-11
$1.20 per square foot
Packaged Terminal Heat Pump - new construction

Packaged Terminal Heat pump - retrofit
Retrofit existing heat type: PTAC or zonal electric-resistance
$125 per packaged terminal heat pump
$200 per packaged terminal heat pump
Ductless Heat Pump - retrofit

Existing heat type: zonal electric-resistance
$800 per outdoor unit
Multi-family New Construction Program

Developments must exceed WA State Energy Code by at least 10% to qualify. Third party certification is required. Please contact us for a current list of qualified third party certification programs. Click here to find a third party participating Rater Verifier. Energy Code version is based on the code that was in place when the building permit was approved.

Only available for all-electric dwelling units. Pre-approval is required; please contact the Energy Services department at (360)992-3355.
$350 per dwelling unit

*“U-factor” is an efficiency measurement: the lower the number, the more energy-efficient the window will be. Windows must be installed in a conditioned space.

Also, the building’s existing windows must be single pane with/without storms, and may have any frame type (e.g., metal, wood, vinyl), or double pane, and may have metal frames only.

Please note that rebates may be withdrawn at any time, and additional rebates or promotional offers may be added during the year. Call us at 360-992-3355 for more information.

Your energy savings and project costs will vary. Program requirements and rebate amounts are subject to change without notice. We do not endorse any particular contractor, manufacturer or product. We make no express or implied warranties of these products or installations. There are limits to rebates and grants.