Incentives for multifamily

Build for efficiency and earn your rewards

Pacific Power offers builders to receive cash incentives for including high-efficiency products and features in new multifamily homes. Stand out and show your commitment to quality with homes that deliver superior comfort, greater durability and lower energy costs.

Multiple Houses Energy Saving

An energy-efficient road map for multifamily properties

Investing in efficiency is a smart move that boosts both the value and the appeal of your property. It all starts with cash incentives for qualifying high-efficiency improvements. These incentives help cover the upfront costs of your investment while setting you up for even greater savings down the road. That’s a win for you and your tenants as they get to experience the benefits of superior efficiency and comfort.

Multifamily properties are eligible for many other incentives in addition to those listed below. Visit the Find Savings page to learn more about qualified products, services and how to apply.


Important Home Energy Savings program changes: (originally posted November 15, 2023, incentive tables with marked changes updated November 21, 2023 to correct an error in Table 5)

Pacific Power will make changes to the Wattsmart Home Energy Savings program in Washington, effective January 1, 2024.

For an in-depth look at these changes, view a summary of changes and incentive tables with marked changes. If you have questions, call toll free 1-855-805-7231 or email us.

Build for efficiency and earn your rewards

To be eligible for these cashback incentives, the customer must also be part of a highly impacted community.  

What is a Highly Impacted Community (HIC)?   
The Washington Department of Health (DOH) defines a highly impacted community as a census tract that meets at least one of the following criteria:

  1. The census tract is covered or partially covered by “Indian Country” as defined and designated bystatute (RCW 19.405.020), or
  2. The census tract ranks a nine or ten on theWashington Tracking Network (WTN)Environmental Health Disparities Map, as designated by the Washington DOH.


Enhanced Incentives for Highly Impacted Communities

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Ductless heat pumps for highly impacted communities

Get $2,000 cash back


Outdoor Heat Pumps

Heat pump conversions for highly impacted communities

Get up to $3,500 cash back.