Attention Property Owners or Property Management Companies:
The PUD's Multi-Family Conservation Program offers financial incentives for the installation of approved energy-saving measures in eligible multi-family residential buildings.
Who is eligible and what type of buildings qualify?
If you own or manage a multi-family residential property in Snohomish County PUD’s service territory, your building may be eligible.
Multi-unit or condominium buildings with five or more attached units and up to three stories in height may be eligible. Buildings over three stories will be considered on a case-by-case basis. All structures must be on a PUD residential electric rate and have an active residential account(s) with the PUD. (Buildings with fewer than five attached units may qualify for our Weatherization and/or Heating programs for single-family residences.)
Two Incentive Paths
You now have a choice of two paths for participation: “Weatherization Only” and “Weatherization Plus.” The new “Plus” option provides higher incentives to those who do multiple measures at once, such as shell measures plus in-unit or common area lighting measures. See the brochure (to the right) for details.
What conservation measures may qualify?
Shell Measures (only for electrically heated buildings)
- Attic insulation
- Wall insulation
- Floor insulation
- Windows and sliding glass doors
- Showerheads and faucet aerators (only for buildings with electrically heated water)
- LED lighting upgrades
- Advanced power strips
Common area lighting
Click here to view requirements for each conservation measure