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To protect the health of our staff and our customers, Efficiency Vermont offices are closed to the public. We have cautiously begun scheduling project related site visits when required. You can find more information on our safety protocols here.
We know that you need support in reducing energy costs now more than ever, and we will continue to launch new offers and programs over the course of the summer. In the mean time, our customer support team is available to help you remotely. Contact us at (888) 921-5990 or email@example.com.
Top gift ideas for the energy saver in your life
Whether you're in the market for small and easy energy saving gifts or once in a lifetime efficient upgrades, here are our picks for great holiday gifts this season.
Live off the grid, if only for an afternoon. Portable and lightweight, these solar chargers are perfect for the outdoor enthusiasts with gear to keep the adventure on track.
Price range: $25 and up. Shop now.
For that artificial intelligence (AI) fanatic in your home! This smart outlet uses AI to identify energy usage patterns and suggest changes that can help you save.
Price range: Around $60. Shop now.
A smart thermostat is one piece of tech that can pay for itself. How? It learns from your usage, then self-programs to save you energy. We offer rebates on Nest and more.
Price range: $100-$250. Rebate: Up to $100. Shop now.
Just when you think your home is as smart as it’s going to get, along come Smart Vents to adjust airﬂow from rooms that don’t need it and redirect it to the rooms that do.
Price range: $70-$300 (starter kit). Shop now.
Control the Philips Hue wireless LED lighting system via remote app, from anywhere. Turn off lights you left on, set automated timers, and make it look like you're home when you're not.
Price range: $150-$250 (starter kit). Shop now.
Sense Home Energy Monitor is one cool, energy-saving gadget. Sense can track your usage in real time, tell you exactly what—or who—is using energy and help you make changes to lower your bill.
Price range: Around $300. Rebate: Up to $199. Shop now.
Wood and pellet stoves are charming, versatile, and a very cost-effective way to heat areas of the home. New EPA certified models burn cleaner and more efficiently.
Price range: $2,000-$4,000. Rebate: Up to $750. Shop now.
Electric cars increase our energy independence and contribute to healthier air and lower carbon emissions. And purchase incentives are available to help reduce the cost of your EV.
Price range: $25,000 and up. Tax credits and incentives: Up to $7,500. Shop now.
These homes are designed to eliminate the use of fossil fuels by producing as much electricity as they use. The result is zero energy costs for you, and a comfortable, affordable, healthy home.
Price range: $120,000+. Income based incentives available. Shop now.
Happy holidays from Efficiency Vermont!
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