Compressed Air

Compressed air is an important part of many business processes. Energy Trust offers cash incentives for optimizing the energy efficiency of your compressed air system. Want to save money? Bring us in.

Project Examples

Existing Buildings: Compressed Air

Auto Body Shop

Project Type: Additional Receiver Capacity
Project Cost: $700
Incentive: $300
Annual Savings: 1,128 kWh

  1. Check your eligibility.

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    Energy Trust provides cash incentives to businesses for energy-efficiency and renewable power projects. To qualify, you must:

    • Have a project site in Oregon served by Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural or Cascade Natural Gas and contribute to the public purpose charge. Check your bill or contact Energy Trust if you have questions.
    • Be improving an existing structure.
  2. Find a trade ally contractor.

    We can help you get started.

  3. Have equipment installed.

  4. Submit documentation.

  5. Get your incentive.

    Note: A post-installation verification may apply.

Equipment Incentive
Zero-Loss Condensate Drains $100 each
Cycling Refrigerated Dryers $2 per scfm rated capacity
Additional Receiver Capacity $2.50 per gallon
Low-Pressure Drop Filter $1.50/scfm rated capacity

Projects that feature non-custom equipment with easy installation can be eligible for standard incentives. Eligible participants can receive up to $500,000 per site, per year for qualifying projects. It’s easy to qualify for standard incentives, and your trade ally contractor may be able to complete the forms for you. Get more details >

Custom Incentives

Energy Trust offers custom incentives for projects that typically are larger and more complex. Learn more about custom incentives >

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