About this rebate

Offer available to:

  • ✓ Residential Properties

Effective Date: July 10, 2023

Offer available while funding lasts.

  • All work must be completed by an Efficiency Excellence Network Contractor
  • You will not need a blower door test-in to initiate your project. Contractors will assess and recommend improvements based on your needs.
  • If you have received WAP services in the last 15 years and your home’s air sealing or insulation was damaged by flooding:
    • You can receive full WAP services
    • You must re-apply to determine if you are still eligible
    • If eligible, you will be bumped to the top of the wait list
    • If your appliances were damaged by flooding, please continue to enroll in Efficiency Vermont’s Flood Recovery Rebate program when replacing them
  • Hire an Efficiency Excellence Network contractor and plan the scope of your project.
  • Verify household income with Opportunities Credit Union to determine eligibility for enhanced incentives.
  • Work with your contractor to complete the project.
  • Contractor reports completed work to Efficiency Vermont for review.
  • Receive 75% of project cost back, up to $4,000 per project, or $9,500 per project low-income and moderate-income Vermonters.

Secure financing to help pay for energy-saving improvements.

Financing for Homeowners

Home Energy Loan
Flexible financing for homeowners starting at 0% interest.

Home Energy Loan Flood Recovery Accommodations

Eligible fossil fuel heating equipment may be financed

0% interest loans, with loan terms of 5 years or less, are available for all customers recovering from flooding

Borrowing cap: $30,000

The cap of 50% for Health & Safety project costs has increased to having no cap if such repairs are necessary for your project