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Oregon Housing and Community Services. Oregon State LIHEAP Weatherization Program. NASCSP Annual Conference and DOE WAP State Managers’ Meeting September 2012. LIHEAP Weatherization Funding Categories. Fifteen percent set-aside for weatherization

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oregon housing and community services

Oregon Housing and Community Services

Oregon State LIHEAP Weatherization Program

NASCSP Annual Conference and DOE WAP State Managers’ Meeting September 2012

liheap weatherization funding categories
LIHEAP Weatherization Funding Categories
  • Fifteen percent set-aside for weatherization
    • Includes but not limited to installation of insulation, reduction of infiltration, windows and doors, heating system (retrofit, repair, replacement), and baseload measures
    • Weatherization-related home repairs, including those necessary for worker and occupant health and safety
  • Up to five percent for energy/consumer education
    • May be used to provide energy education and energy-based incentives to LIHEAP-eligible households or groups
  • Up to five percent for training and technical assistance
    • May be used at subgrantee level for training and workshops necessary to maintain or improve technical skills
how is oregon s liheap program different from other efficiency programs
How is Oregon’s LIHEAP Program different from other efficiency programs?
  • Individual efficiency measures do not have to meet the SIR of one or greater threshold
  • $6,000 per unit expenditure average
  • Health and safety measures can be completed independent of major energy efficiency measures
  • No per unit health and safety expenditure limit
  • Windows and doors can be completed as an efficiency or health and safety measure
why is oregon s liheap program different than other efficiency programs
Why is Oregon’s LIHEAP Program different than other efficiency programs?
  • Allows flexibility when blending LIHEAP funds with DOE or Public Purpose on individual projects
  • Allows health and safety issues to be addressed in absence of efficiency measures
  • Allows replacement or repair of heating equipment as a health and safety activity when not cost-effective
  • Increases overall health and safety budget and allows for activities outside the scope of DOE program
  • Helps reduce the number of deferrals
allowable health and safety incidental repair activities
Allowable Health and Safety/Incidental Repair Activities
  • Repair/replacement of nonfunctioning or unsafe gas ranges
  • Repair/replacement of water heating equipment
  • Plumbing and/or electrical repair
  • Heating equipment repair/replacement
  • Floor and/or drywall repair
  • Minor roof repairs
  • Window and door repair/replacement
  • Indoor air quality/mechanical ventilation
  • Combustion safety repairs
  • Lead safe weatherization
contact information
Contact Information

Tim Zimmer

Energy Policy and Program Analyst

Oregon Housing and Community Services

(503)986-2067

tim.zimmer@state.or.us