Residential Conservation and Rebates

Are you looking for ways to save energy and water, lower your utility bill, and improve your home’s comfort? The City of Port Angeles offers rebates for your home or rental that can lower the upfront cost on energy-saving home improvements, including the installation of energy-efficient windows, heat pump conversions, thermal insulation, and water heater upgrades. Learn more about the residential rebates we offer by clicking the links below. 

Authorized City Contractors

The City of Port Angeles has partnered with local contractors who are available for the installation of home improvement measures and some commercial measures. These independently licensed, bonded, and insured contractors have signed an agreement with the City covering installation of qualified energy efficiency measures such as new windows or heat pumps. Under the terms of the agreement, the contractor agrees to install the measures according to the City's Material and Installation Specifications, and the City pays the rebate directly to the contractor, reducing your upfront cost for the energy efficiency improvement.

City-Authorized Contractors can help you choose the product that is right for you and get the rebate process started. To learn more and view a complete list City-Authorized Contractors, please click here.

Other Ways to Conserve Energy in the Home

The average City of Port Angeles household uses 1440 kWh per month; the largest energy use in these homes is space heating. Making a few changes in the way you heat and use appliances in your home can make a difference in your monthly utility costs. Visit the links below to learn more. 

"Home Energy Yardstick" Free Assessment Tool

To compare your home's energy performance with other U.S. households and see an even more detailed look at how you can save in your home, check out the Energy Star Home Energy Yardstick. To get the most accurate information from this free assessment tool, you will need to have your household's past twelve months of energy consumption available. If you are a city resident, you can easily access this information by contacting our Utility Operations Division

Energy Innovation 

The City of Port Angeles is dedicated to fostering sustainability through forward-thinking solutions. Learn more about opportunities and projects that support a more sustainable future. 

Recycling Mercury-Containing Lights

If you're changing out old lighting, you may be wondering what to do with old mercury-containing lights. The good news is as of January 1, 2015, Washington state residents can recycle these lights at no charge through the LightRecycle Washington Program. Click here to learn more.  Recycling Mercury-Containing Lights Recycling Mercury-Containing Lights

Contact Us

We are here to help. If you aren’t sure where to start, or if you have questions about our conservation programs, contact us! Our Energy Analyst can be reached via email at conservation@cityofpa.us, or by calling our Conservation Message Line at (360) 417-4713.