Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
Utilities’ Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
If you’re the type of person who likes to get their info right from the source, click the link to your utility below. New Hampshire electric and natural gas utility customers can take advantage of their company’s energy efficiency products and services*. Items eligible for rebates can include home heating systems, lighting, and appliances. See each utility’s site for more detailed information:
*These programs are funded by the energy efficiency portion of the System Benefits Charge (SBC) that appears on customers’ electric bills. For more information, go to the Public Utilities Commission and see Orders 23,574; 23,850; and 23,982.
If you prefer to have your information aggregated in one place, visit the NHSaves web site to see what types of incentives you might be eligible for: http://www.nhsaves.com/
NH Saves is a collaboration of New Hampshire's electric utilities working with the NH Public Utilities Commission and other interested parties to provide NH residents with information, programs and support designed to reduce energy use, save money and protect our environment. NH Saves compiles information related to rebates on:
University of NH Cooperative Extension Energy Answers
Still have questions? Try UNH’s toll-free Energy Answers hotline, staffed with volunteers from 9am-2pm to help you understand the energy efficiency choices and make the decision that’s right for you: http://extension.unh.edu/Energy/Energy.html
Additionally, if you do decide to move ahead with an efficiency project, UNH’s Energy Project Connector can help you find a contractor to do the work, and double-check that you’ve considered all available incentives: http://myenergyplan.net/energyConnector/
Even if you aren’t eligible for any of the available incentives, you can still save money in your existing home by changing a few simple behaviors! See the great tips compiled by UNH (http://extension.unh.edu/Energy/EE_Inside.htm) along with those available on the OEP’s web site (http://www.nh.gov/oep/programs/energy/energy_conservation_tips.htm).