Hot water and energy savings

Switch to natural gas with a water heater and get up to $900 back.

Heating water is a home's second largest energy expense, and a natural gas water heater can help lower your energy bills and provide hot water right when you need it! New NW Natural customers in Oregon and Washington that bring natural gas to their home for the first time can take advantage of the following incentive:


Oregon

Get $500 back when you bring natural gas to your home for the first time and a NW Natural Preferred Contractor installs a qualifying natural gas tank or tankless water heater.*

Washington

Get up to $900 back when you bring natural gas to your home for the first time and a NW Natural Preferred Contractor installs a qualifying natural gas tankless water heater.

Incentives for Washington include:

  • $500 rebate when a NW Natural Preferred Contractor installs the new natural gas tank or tankless water heater*
  • $200 cash incentive from Energy Trust for a natural gas tankless water heater with an energy factor of 0.82 or greater*
  • or $400 cash incentive from Energy Trust for a natural gas tankless water heater with an energy factor of 0.96 or greater*
*Water heater offer applicable to specific models. Offer expires December 31, 2022.Additional incentives may be available if a NW Natural Preferred Contractor purchases and installs a qualifying Rinnai natural gas tankless water heater. Click here for details.Please call NW Natural at 877-427-4636 for more information.
All offer amounts above include a NW Natural rebate of $500. New NW Natural customers who install more than one piece of qualifying equipment from other offers and appliances can only receive one $500 NW Natural rebate. All other incentives and rebates still apply for each offer based on eligibility requirements. Open to new NW Natural customers only. NW Natural and Energy Trust incentives listed here are only available for homeowners of existing homes (no new construction) or eligible owners of single family rental properties.