COVID-19 Update:

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

Healthy Homes Vermont 2019

Many Vermonters in low-income households are at a greater risk of health problems due in part to the buildings in which they live. The nexus between building energy efficiency and better health is now the target for improving housing conditions for vulnerable populations.

The combination of home weatherization-plus-healthy-home repair measures and in-home patient education on energy and self-managed care practices is expected to reduce symptoms and acute exacerbation events for low-income COPD and asthma patients, reduce fall incidence and improve patient quality of life.

Three pilots were designed to test how a collaboration among health care providers, weatherization programs, community service providers, and Efficiency Vermont can deliver an energy-plus-health service approach aimed at improving housing quality, indoor air quality, and customer health. Collectively the pilots are testing innovative energy-plus-health collaborations and whether these models may be scaled to a cost-effective component of energy efficiency programs statewide, and serve as a template for other jurisdictions.

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