Residential Renovations and Additions Incentives

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Whether or not you are eligible for an incentive depends on if the home meets the minimum energy savings requirements. 

Incentives are determined by the amount of electric savings, fuel savings (i.e. oil, natural gas, propane) and the overall performance of your home compared to the program’s baseline.

The process usually works like this:

Pre-Construction Home

During an initial visit to the home, the team will calculate how much energy your home currently uses and what you have done in the past to ensure a more energy-efficient environment in your home.

Baseline Home

Using advanced software, the team will calculate the potential energy savings for both the renovated portion of the home and any new additions that have been added to the home through construction.

Post-Construction Home

The team will calculate how much energy your updated home currently uses. If your renovation or home addition includes energy efficiency upgrades, you may qualify for incentives.

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