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This program can be modified or terminated at any time by the energy conservation board.
What is Home energy solutions?
The home energy solutions programs is supported by “The Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund” that provides financial incentives to help you reduce the amount of energy used in your home or business.
These Energy Efficiency Programs, which are funded through a charge on your electric bill, are reviewed by the Energy Conservation Management Board, approved by the Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control, and administered by The Connecticut Light and Power Company and The United Illuminating Company.
All CL&P and UI customers contribute to the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund through the Combined Public Benefits Charge on their electric bill. Customers of Connecticut Natural Gas, Southern Connecticut Gas Company and Yankee Gas Services Company contribute through a conservation charge on gas bills.
What it means for you?
Home Energy Solutions Insulation Rebate
Connecticut homeowners heating their homes by electric or natural gas with a qualifying insulation install between January 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013, can save up to $1.00 per square foot in rebate dollars. Not to exceed 50% of the total installation cost with an HES Energy Audit. www.CTEnergyInfo.com
CL&P Home Services and Rebates
Home Energy Efficiency Improvement Tax Credits
Federal Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency
Consumers who purchase and install specific products, such as insulation in existing homes can receive a tax credit from the federal government for 10% of material costs, up to a maximum of $500.00*, for improvements starting January 1, 2013, through December 31, 2013.
2013 Federal Tax Credits for Consumer Energy Efficiency
What to do next?
To find out all the information you need to take advantage of these programs and more, just give us a call at 860-621-3000 or fill our contact form for a free consultation. We will help you understand your options and make the right choice for your house.
*Consult your tax advisor for the tax credit program.