Voluntary Home Energy Score Services
Heating and cooling homes can be costly.
With so much information out there about home energy, though, understanding what you can do to reduce your energy use and save money can be confusing.
Assessing your home's energy with a Home Energy Score (HES) can give you the information you need to save money, help our climate and maybe even increase the value of your home. It can also give homebuyers valuable information they need to make informed decisions about their purchase.
Scroll down to learn more about Eugene's voluntary Home Energy Score program.
What is a Home Energy Score?
Eugene's Voluntary Home Energy Score Program
Home Energy Scores and Eugene's Climate Goals
How do I schedule my HES Inspection?
Renter and low-income EWEB customer assessments
The University of Oregon is home to the SCORE program, an offering that works to help Eugene residents better understand the energy consumption in their homes. Property owners and tenants use this information to make upgrades or start practices that increase energy efficiency, lower carbon emissions, and, likely, lower monthly utility bills. Trained student employees conduct free home energy assessments on rental properties and for low income EWEB customers. Our team uses a nationally-recognized tool to conduct these audits.
More information about the program and eligibility can be found at the University of Oregon's SCORE program website.
*Please note that the SCORE program is currently on hiatus through at least Winter 2021