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Alaska-based Energy Saving Programs

Chugach residential members may be eligible to participate in the following energy efficiency programs:

Home Energy Rebate Program  

Homeowners may receive up to $10,000 for making energy-efficient improvements. Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.

 

Weatherization Program

Individuals who meet income limits may apply for energy efficiency program services at no cost.  Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.

 

New Home Program

Newly constructed homes may receive up to a $10,000 rebate if the home achieves a high energy rating.  Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.

 

Second Mortgage for Energy Conservation

Homeowners may obtain financing to make energy improvements on owner-occupied properties. Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.

 

Energy Efficiency Rate Reduction

Interest rate reductions when financing new or existing energy efficient homes or when homeowners purchase and make energy improvements to an existing home.  Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.

 

Energy Efficiency Tax Credits for Consumer (Federal)

List of energy efficiency and renewable energy products that qualify for a federal tax credit. Program administered the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

 

 

Chugach private business members may be eligible to participate in the following energy efficiency programs:

Commercial Building Energy Audit Program  (CBEA)

The CBEA program will reimburse up to the full cost of energy audits performed on privately owned commercial buildings. Program administered by the Alaska Energy Authority.

 

Alternative Energy Conservation Loan Fund

Loans may be made to purchase, construct and install alternative energy systems or energy conservation improvements in commercial buildings. Program administered by the Alaska Division of Economic Development.

 

Industrial Energy Audits of Seafood Processing Plants

An industrial energy audit program that helps the seafood industry invest in energy efficiency and understand the importance of making changes. Program administered by the Alaska Energy Authority.

 

Sustainable Energy Transmission and Supply Development Fund              

Provides low interest funding for qualified energy efficiency projects. Program administered by the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority.

 

Chugach members who own public buildings may be eligible to participate in the following energy efficiency programs:

 

Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund (AEERLP)

Provides financing for permanent energy-efficient improvements for public buildings. Administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.

 

A Guide to Managing Energy Use in Public and Commercial Facilities

Provides information on how to address energy use in existing buildings and recognizing energy efficiency as an energy resource.

 

Click here to find an interactive map of residential, commercial and public energy efficiency projects throughout Alaska. 

 

 

National Energy Saving Programs

ENERGY STAR is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy helping us all save money and protect the environment through energy efficient products and practices.

TopTen USA is a nonprofit organization that identifies and publicizes the most energy-efficient products on the market.

U.S. Department of Energy - Energy Savers Program offers information and resources to help consumers save money by saving energy.

Chugach residential members may be eligible to participate in the following energy efficiency programs:

Home Energy Rebate Program  

  • Homeowners may receive up to $10,000 for making energy-efficient improvements. Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.

Weatherization Program

  • Individuals who meet income limits may apply for energy efficiency program services at no cost.  Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.

New Home Program

  • Newly constructed homes may receive up to a $10,000 rebate if the home achieves a high energy rating.  Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.

Second Mortgage for Energy Conservation

  • Homeowners may obtain financing to make energy improvements on owner-occupied properties. Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.

Energy Efficiency Rate Reduction

  • Interest rate reductions when financing new or existing energy efficient homes or when homeowners purchase and make energy improvements to an existing home.  Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.

Tax Credits for Consumer Energy Efficiency (Federal)

  • List of energy efficiency and renewable energy products that qualify for a federal tax credit. Program administered the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Chugach residential members may be eligible to participate in the following energy efficiency programs:

  • Home Energy Rebate Program  
    • Homeowners may receive up to $10,000 for making energy-efficient improvements. Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.
    • Weatherization Program
      • Individuals who meet income limits may apply for energy efficiency program services at no cost.  Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.
      • New Home Program
        • Newly constructed homes may receive up to a $10,000 rebate if the home achieves a high energy rating.  Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.
        • Second Mortgage for Energy Conservation
          • Homeowners may obtain financing to make energy improvements on owner-occupied properties. Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.
          • Energy Efficiency Rate Reduction
            • Interest rate reductions when financing new or existing energy efficient homes or when homeowners purchase and make energy improvements to an existing home.  Program administered by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.
            • Tax Credits for Consumer Energy Efficiency (Federal)
              • List of energy efficiency and renewable energy products that qualify for a federal tax credit. Program administered the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Questions? Need more information? Contact an Energy Specialist.

Call 762-4323, or send an e-mail to smartpower@chugachelectric.com.