Port Angeles Public Works & Utilities - Solar Energy System Rebate (Washington)

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Financial Incentive Program

Place Washington

Name Port Angeles Public Works & Utilities - Solar Energy System Rebate
Incentive Type Utility Rebate Program
Applicable Sector Commercial, Residential
Active Incentive No

Equipment Requirements Solar water heating must replace an electric water heater and follow guidelines established by the Bonneville Power Administration, including SRCC standards</br>

PV must be installed according to the City's net metering regulations

Incentive Amount SWH: 500 for a 31 sq. ft. collector; 1,000 for a 60 sq. ft. collector.</br>

PV: 500 per kilowatt installed

Installation Requirements SWH must be installed by a city authorized contractor

Website https://www.cityofpa.us/pwConserv.htm#SolarW

References DSIRE[1]

Incentive Contact

Contact Name Weatherwise Service
Department Port Angeles Public Works and Utilities
Address PO Box 1150
Place Port Angeles, Washington
Zip/Postal Code 98362
Phone (360) 417-4713
Phone 2 (360) 417-4718
Email conservation@cityofpa.us
Website http://www.cityofpa.us/

Port Angeles Public Works & Utilities customers with electric water heating are eligible for a solar water heating system rebates of $500 for each 31 square feet of collector area. The program is funded through the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA).

Systems must meet the general and technical specifications established by the BPA's Bright Way to Heat Water Solar Water Heater Program. In order for installations to be eligible for the discount, customers must select a City Authorized Contractor. The City must inspect completed systems.

The utility also offers a $500 rebate for each kilowatt of PV installed. To be eligible for the rebate, the system must be designed to be compatible with the utility net metering regulations.


  1. DSIRE Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency accessed 2009-12-08