New Hampshire has a number of programs to help homeowners and businesses increase the efficiency of their buildings, saving energy and money and reducing environmental pollution.
Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Utilities' Residential Energy Efficiency Programs ("CORE")
The New Hampshire electric and natural gas utilities, in consultation with the NH Public Utilities Commission and other interested parties, offer a variety of energy efficiency rebates. Detailed program information can be found on the NHSaves website. You may also contact your utility directly for more information on program offerings:
Business (Commercial and Industrial) Energy Efficiency Programs
CORE Business Energy Efficiency Program
New Hampshire electric and natural gas utility business customers can take advantage of their company's energy efficiency products and services. Offerings range from rebates for new lighting and control systems to assistance financing larger upgrades. See each utility's site for more detailed information:
Community Development Finance Authority Clean Energy Fund
CDFA will help businesses, towns and non-profits navigate the energy investment financing process.
DOE Better Buildings Financing Navigator
A web-based financing navigator to help private and public sector organizations discover financing solutions that meet their unique needs.
Industrial Energy Efficiency Program
The federally-sponsored Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) at the University of Massachusetts provides eligible manufacturers with a no-cost efficiency analysis of their plant and process operations, with the goal of reducing energy and waste costs by increasing manufacturing productivity.
Municipal and Non-profit Energy Efficiency Programs
- The New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA's) Municipal Energy Reduction Fund assists municipalities with efficiency upgrades.
- The CORE programs offered by the electric and natural gas utilities include a municipality-specific program; see the NHSaves website for details.
- Finally the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority Clean Energy Fund could offer opportunities for energy efficiency financing for New Hampshire Businesses, towns and non-profits.
- Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency (DSIRE) is the most comprehensive source of information on incentives and policies that support renewables and energy efficiency in the United States. Established in 1995, DSIRE is currently operated by the N.C. Solar Center at N.C. State University, with support from the Interstate Renewable Energy Council, Inc. DSIRE is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy.