No Money Down and Save Program

The main barrier to efficiency upgrades is cost. We can show you how you don’t have to pay a penny up front!
Substantial local, state and federal rebates are available. The rebates combined with the 0.00%-2.99% financing will allow you to save money right away!

Here’s How it Works:

Use the 0.00% – 2.99% financing to pay for the energy-efficiency upgrades, then use the monthly savings gained from the upgrades to offset the cost of your loan—potentially resulting in no out-of-pocket costs. Once the loan is paid off, all savings from the energy upgrades remain in your pocket. In addition, you will have increased the value of your home and it will appraise higher.
This is an unprecedented time in history but it may not last long, we encourage you to take advantage of these generous rebates and incentives while they are still available! Learn more.

CT Energy Facts:

FACT: CT pays the highest in electricity second only to Hawaii.
FACT: CT’s average annual household electricity usage and cost are increasing.
FACT: Compared to the rest of New England, CT homeowners use 25% more electricity.
FACT: Efficiency measures are cheaper by two-thirds than paying for renewable energy or raising capital for new power plants for the New England Area.

We need to act now—before the cost of oil, gas and electricity become unaffordable

“There is little mystery involved in retrofitting homes for energy efficiency. The building science is long proven. At an annual cost to consumers of $400 billion, the energy used in U.S. buildings accounts for nearly 40 percent of total U.S. energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions: more than transportation or industry. Buildings are also grossly energy inefficient. Common fixes—better caulking, insulation, more efficient lighting, heating, cooling, and other measures could cost-effectively cut building energy use in half, with the value of lifetime energy savings exceeding the cost of materials installation and maintenance. Along with gains to consumers and climate, this would raise buildings’ values and increase the comfort and productivity of buildings inhabitants. Retrofits also generate significant employment, most of which, by necessity, is local. In addition, home owners will have a real leverage against the almost certain rising costs of electricity (CT ranks 2nd in electricity cost in the country) along with oil and gas prices.”

— Green Jobs/Green Homes Policy Proposal– Center for Working Families

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