Cowlitz PUD's Commercial Energy Efficiency Program (CEEP) has helped hundreds of local businesses, school districts, municipalities, and industries
to reduce their energy consumption. Since Washington State voters passed I-937 back in 2006, the energy savings from these program
participants is used towards meeting I-937 energy saving targets.
In 2014, the PUD provided incentives of over $800,000 with energy savings in excess of 5,000,000 kWh, which is equivalent to powering more than
300 homes for a year.
CEEP provides incentives for the installation of energy efficient lighting, heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) equipment, windows,
and appliances. Almost 80% of the projects in 2014 went towards lighting upgrades.
2014 Project Highlight: LED Street Lights for the City of Longview – over 2,000,000 kWh and almost $150,000 per year saved.
Currently we offer incentives to improve inefficient lighting systems. Review our CEEP Lighting Offer for more information and to on how we may help you
save money and energy. For a link to currently available per-fixture incentives, click here. A simple agreement between the customer/business and Cowlitz PUD must
be signed BEFORE starting on the project in order to qualify for available incentives. In addition, complete and include the spreadsheet
tool which is required for each project agreement.
For additional questions on the Lighting Incentives Program, contact Rob Salberg at (360) 501-9555 or Energy Efficiency Services
We also offer funding for custom (non-lighting) energy efficiency improvement projects for commercial businesses. For more details on our CEEP
"Custom Projects," please review our brochure. A simple agreement
between the customer/business and Cowlitz PUD must be signed BEFORE starting on the project in order to qualify for available incentives.
Download blank (MS Word) Custom Project Completion Report Template.
View completed Sample Completion Report for hypothetical project.
Download a blank (MS Excel) Custom Project Proposal Form.
For additional questions on the on customer commercial projects, contact Doug Swier at (360) 501-9544 or
Energy Efficiency Services at
Cowlitz PUD and the Northwest Energy Efficiency Council invite to building managers or facility mangers working in Cowlitz County to attend the 2016 BOC Technical Webinar series at NO COST. Registrations
are limited and will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
|FEBRUARY 10, 2016
|BUILDING TOOL DIAGNOSTICS #1:
|TEMPERATURE AND CO2 LOGGERS
|MARCH 16, 2016
|BUILDING TOOL DIAGNOSTICS #2:
|MANAGING YOUR PLUC LOADS
|APRIL 26, 2016
|BUILDING TOOL DIAGNOSTICS #3:
|OCCUPANCY AND LIGHTING DATA LOGGERS
|MAY 18, 2016
|BUILDING TOOL DIAGNOSTICS #4:
To register for the BOC Technical Webinar series,
Efficiency Services at 360-501-9514.