Energy Rebates for Business Owners in Washington
Enjoy savings when you improve the energy efficiency of your business.
You can receive incentives for improving the energy efficiency of your business. Many projects not only save electricity and natural gas, but other resources, as well. Be sure you meet program eligibility and guidelines for the rebate you are interested in.
Find your rebate2022 Annual Update (PDF)
To apply for the following rebates, download the form (PDF).
|Convection oven (natural gas)||$700/each||View qualifying equipment|
|Convection oven (electric)||$200/each||View qualifying equipment|
|Combination oven (natural gas)||$1,000/each||View qualifying equipment|
|Combination oven (electric)||$1,000/each||View qualifying equipment|
|Griddle (natural gas)||$250/each||View qualifying equipment|
|Griddle (electric)||$250/each||View qualifying equipment|
|Rack oven (natural gas)||$2,000/each single oven||View qualifying equipment
|Dishwasher||$200-$750/each||View qualifying equipment|
|Energy Star ice machine||$200/each||View qualifying equipment|
|Fryer (natural gas)||$1,000/each||View qualifying equipment|
|Fryer large vat only (electric)||$175/each||View qualifying equipment|
|Hot food holding cart
||$80-$200/each||View qualifying equipment
||$1,300-$2,488/each||View qualifying equipment|
|Pre-rinse sprayer||$50/each||The new sprayer valve must have a flow of .81 to 1.0 gallons per minute.|
|Overwrapper||$300||On demand machine with a mechanical or optical sensor|
||View 2022 rebate form (PDF)|
|Site specific lighting||View custom worksheet (PDF)|
Locate products that qualify for our lighting incentives:
- 2022 Annual Update (PDF) - October 1, 2021
- 2022 Interior Commercial Lighting Updates (PDF)
- 2022 Exterior Commercial Lighting Updates (PDF
To apply for the following rebate, download the form (PDF).
|90%-94.9% AFUE NG single stage furnace ‹225||$5.00/kBtu|
|95% AFUE or greater NG single stage furnace ‹225||$11.00/kBtu|
|90%-94.9% AFUE or greater NG multi stage furnace ‹225||$11.00/kBtu|
|95% AFUE or greater NG multi stage furnace ‹225||$13.00/kBtu|
|85%-89.9% AFUE NG boiler ‹300||$5.00/kBtu|
|90% AFUE or greater NG boiler ‹300||$9.00/kBtu|
|92% AFUE NG unit heater ‹300||$6.00/kBtu|
|HVAC variable frequency drive retrofit||$200/each||View rebate form (PDF)|
To apply for the following rebate, download the form (PDF).
|Wall insulation||$0.60/SQft||Less than or equal to R4 installing at least R11-R18.|
|Wall insulation||$0.65/SQft||Less than or equal to R4 installing at least R19 or greater.|
|Attic insulation||$0.75/SQft||Less than or equal to R11 installing at least R30-R44.|
|Attic insulation||$0.85/SQft||Less than or equal to R11 installing at least R45 or greater.|
|Roof insulation||$0.60/SQft||Less than or equal to R11 installing at least R30 or greater.|
Looking to save money while keeping your fleet heated and ready to start? The TwinStat™ heater cord is the answer to your fleet readiness need. The TwinStat™ cord combines an engine-mounted remote thermostat with an ambient temperature thermostat to maximize energy efficiency. Learn more.
The green motors initiative ensures quality rewinding that results in the motor maintaining its original efficiency, which is commonly called a "green rewind."
The Green Motors Practices Group (GMPG) is a non-profit organization that identifies, promotes, and verifies only excellent member motor service centers. These companies are committed to consistently producing repair/rewinds that retain or improve reliability and efficiency, and provide on-site motor driven systems assistance.
Incentives of $1 per horsepower are available for Green Rewinds of NEMA rated motors from 15 hp - 500 hp. Incentives are paid as an instant rebate on your invoice from a participating service center.
For more information, visit The Green Motors Practices Group or contact your account executive.
Do you have rotary screw compressors, 15 horsepower or more, that are not turned off daily? If so, we can save you money and energy with programmable line isolation. Installing programmable line isolation devices on your compressors can eliminate demand caused by leaks and timer drains. At no cost to you, you can have a licensed contractor install a programmable line isolation device on your compressor(s) and complete pre- and post-logs of your energy use.
Incentives are available to commercial customers that perform a preliminary acoustic imaging detection audit, fix leaks and follow up with a final audit to verify repaired leaks. Incentives are paid on savings.
To apply for the Commercial Compressed Air Program, please download the form (PDF).
Site-specific (custom) incentives are available for many energy efficiency projects that fall outside the parameters of our other prescriptive programs which result in verifiable energy savings. Incentives do not apply to behavioral modifications. The incentive is based on the first year energy savings (either in kilowatt-hours or therms).
Avista offers incentives for projects with measure lives of ten years or greater based upon the simple payback of the individual project, relative to the current energy code or industry practice that is applicable to the project. Simple payback is defined as the incremental capital cost associated with the energy efficiency of the project divided by the energy savings per year. Energy savings are calculated using the current retail energy rates.
The incentives shall be as follows:
|Simple payback period
||Incentive level (cents per first year kWh saved) - Minimum measure life of 10 years
| Under 15 years
| Over 15 years
|Measures||Simple payback period
||Incentive level (dollars per first year therm saved) - Minimum measure life of 10 years
|Natural gas efficiency
||Under 15 years
|Over 15 years
Incentives will be capped at 70% percent of the incremental project cost for all projects with simple paybacks less than 15 years.
To be eligible for incentives, you need to contact Avista prior to purchasing any equipment or services. Site specific Incentives will not be paid on projects that are already under construction or that are being developed without Avista's involvement.