Become a Tacoma Power Trade Ally

Trade Ally applications are accepted in March and September each year.
Complete a Tacoma Power Conversation Trade Ally Application

You’ll need to include all of the required documents for your application to be considered complete.

Once you’ve submitted your application with all of the required documents, we will review it. Upon approval, we will send you an agreement for an authorized representative from your company to sign. If we need additional information, we will contact you.

Once the agreement is signed, we will invite you to an orientation session. At orientation, you will learn details about our programs, forms and processes. Upon completion of the above mentioned steps, you are then an approved Tacoma Power Participating Contractor. You will also receive periodic email updates from us so you can stay current on our programs and offerings.

If you wish to speak with us about any part of this process, or if you wish to inquire about the Trade Ally process for commercial conservation projects, contact us at 253-502-8363 or email . We’re happy to help.

For Residential & Multifamily Projects

Tacoma Power trade allies are valuable in helping us promote power conservation and energy savings within our communities. Our programs help customers save money and energy while helping you grow your business.

As a Tacoma Power trade ally, you will benefit from:

  • The ability to offer valuable incentives to your customers to motivate their purchase.
  • The consumer confidence in the Tacoma Power brand.
  • Tacoma Power’s program marketing.
  • An opportunity to be part of our published contractor list.
  • Ongoing training opportunities.
  • A dedicated Tacoma Power contact to help you navigate the process.

Learn more about our programs by visiting the Residential Forms & Information page.

Thank you for your interest in working with us and our customers. We appreciate your work to help connect customers to our programs.


HVAC Contractors:

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  • To install Ductless Heat Pumps, you must be trained and certified on the brand and model of the equipment being installed.