To order your kits, follow this link then enter your utility and zip code, select the kits you would like to receive, enter your mailing information, and wait for your new Energy and Water Savings Kits to arrive in the mail!
If you have any questions please contact Joey Currie, Residential Energy Analyst, at 360-417-4715, or by email.
Our community's energy needs are growing, so it's more important than ever that we use our power and water wisely. Conservation is the most cost-effective way to meet our future needs. The City of Port Angeles, in cooperation with the Bonneville Power Administration, offers many opportunities to save both energy and money in your home or business. Options for residential customers range from price reduction on home improvements like a new ductless heat pump, to rebates for new energy- efficient appliances. For no-cost / low-cost energy saving tips that you can use in your home today, visit our Energy Efficiency for Residents page.
When businesses invest now in energy efficiency measures and conservation programs, it's an easy way to reduce operating expenses, add money directly to the bottom line, and reduce their environmental impact. There are opportunities to save energy in almost every business, and we’re here to help you find them. Our Weatherwise staff at the City is here to help you determine the best way for your business to save. Our commercial industrial conservation program offers cost-cutting incentives like price reduction on lighting projects for your business, and rebates on industrial appliances. Please visit our Energy Efficiency for Businesses page for more information.
The City of Port Angeles has partnered with local authorized contractors who are available for the installation of home improvement measures, and some commercial measures. These independent licensed, bonded, and insured contractors have signed an agreement with the City covering installation of qualified energy efficiency measures, such as new windows or heat pumps. Under the terms of the agreement, the contractor agrees to install the measures according to the City's Material and Installation Specifications , and the City pays the rebate directly to the contractor, reducing your upfront cost for the energy efficiency improvement.
Start conserving today, save tomorrow!