Rural Energy Intake Form
The Rural Energy Development for Washington Program works with rural communities to support renewable energy and efficiency updates. If you are interested in a project for your farm or business, please let us know by completing the intake form below. The information you provide will help us identify next steps for your project and to determine which grants and incentives your project may be eligible to receive. Once we review this information, we will follow up with next steps.
First & Last Name
Physical address of project site
Who is your electric utility company?
Who is your natural gas utility company?
Is propane or other fuels used on property?
Tell us which energy technologies you are interested in (check all that apply):
Solar hot water
Solar air heating
Have you received a site assessment and quote from a contractor yet?
These questions don't necessarily influence eligibility, but may impact the economic viability of the project or the availability of incentives.
What entities are located on the property? (Check all that apply):
Do you own the property or lease?
Does the project owner intend to pay for the project with cash or a loan, or mix?
Mix of both
These questions don't influence eligibility, but may impact the competitiveness of applications submitted to renewable energy and energy efficiency grant programs.
Veteran owned business: Owned by a veteran, including but not limited to individuals as sole proprietors, members, partners, stakeholders, etc., of not less than 20 percent.
Socially-disadvantaged owned business: Owned by a member of a socially-disadvantaged group, which are groups whose members have been subjected to racial, ethnic, or gender prejudice because of their identity as members of a group without regard to their individual qualities.
Is the business owned by a veteran? (i.e. person having served in the military or armed forces)
Is the business owned by a member of a socially-disadvantaged group?
How did you hear about this program?
Questions/Comments/Other Info we should know:
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