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Learn how you may qualify for an additional $250 off a Clean Energy Works project, if you apply by February 28, 2014 at www.cewo.org/pdx

 

The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability has partnered with a local non-profit organization,Clean Energy Works Oregon, to help Oregonians make their homes more comfortable and energy efficient.  Clean Energy Works makes a home energy remodel easy with a free energy assessment, instant rebates, approved contractors and no-money-down financing.

How it Works

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Carefully selected contractors who specialize in energy efficiency conduct a free home energy assessment to identify energy waste. Based on the results, multiple improvements can be bundled into a one-time home 

energy upgrade project to improve the energy efficiency of your home.  Possible upgrades include high efficiency windows, insulation, and advanced heating and cooling systems.  No-money-down financing is available to get your project completed with no upfront costs. Once the work is complete, Clean Energy Works Oregon inspects the upgrades to ensure everything performs as promised.  The result is a home that's transformed into a more comfortable and energy efficient living space for you and your family.

Join thousands of Oregonians who have already transformed their homes:

  1. APPLY at www.cewo.org. Or, call toll-free at 1-855-870-0049.
  2. ASSESS means no guesswork with a FREE Home Energy Assessment (worth $500) that pinpoints your home’s energy waste.
  3. FINANCE with no upfront costs and optional no-money-down financing through our local lending partners.
  4. TRANSFORM your home to a comfortable, energy-efficient retreat.

 

Learn more about the history of Clean Energy Works Oregon and the pilot project Clean Energy Works Portland that got it all started.

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