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Be Part of the Energy Solution
 

Contractors and energy professionals all around the State of Connecticut are helping residents and businesses become energy smart. Find out how you can best help your customers be more energy efficient and invest in renewable energy solutions.

Why Be Listed

Unlock attractive rebates, incentives and financing for your customers by being listed on EnergizeCT.com. Find out about program enhancements and stay current on the latest technologies by attending exciting trainings and conferences. Some trainings also offer the opportunity to earn CEUs. 

Thousands of consumers visit EnergizeCT.com weekly.

Be among the hundreds of contractors and energy professionals listed on Find a Contractor/Professional.

Who and What is Listed on the Find a Contractor/Professional list?

Contractors and energy professionals are listed on the Find a Contractor/Professional list according to the programs they participate in. See below for details about each program.

Company, address, phone and website information along with services offered by program are searchable based on geograhic area and service type. Services listed are restricted to only those qualifying services offered through the particular program.

Some programs require additional training and certifications. Visit the Training Calendar for upcoming trainings.

Neither Energize CT nor any of its partners endorse, guarantee, represent, or assume liability for any work proposed or carried out by any entity listed.

Become a Home Energy Solutions Vendor

Help residential customers save energy, save money and improve their home comfort. 

Home Energy Solutions (HES ) is an open market program that accepts vendors to deliver residential energy efficiency and weatherization services on a rolling basis. A Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is conducted annually to accept new vendors into the program for the upcoming calendar year. You may be required to pre-register in both the Eversource and United Illuminating purchasing systems to expedite the RFQ process. Visit Open RFQs for more information.

Contractors must meet certain minimum qualifications and insurance levels as described in the RFQ. 

To find out how to become part of the growing network of vendors contact 1-877-WISE-USE.

Become a Home Energy Solutions - Income Eligible Vendor

The Home Energy Solutions-Income Eligible (HES-IE) program has helped income restricted residential customers save energy, save money and improve their home comfort for many years.

HES-IE accepts vendors through a competitive bid process to deliver residential energy efficiency and weatherization services to customers meeting 60% of State Median Income (SMI) levels. A Request for Proposals (RFP) is conducted once every two years to accept new vendors into the program for the upcoming two-year calendar period. The next RFP is planned for release in Fall 2017.

Contractors must meet certain minimum qualifications and insurance levels as described in the RFP. 

To find out how to become part of the growing network of vendors contact 1-877-WISE-USE.

Be Listed as a Ductless Split Heat Pump Contractor

To be listed as a DPUC approved Ductless Split Heat Pump contractor, you must be a licensed contractor that is certified by the manufacturer of the product being installed AND have attended an Energize CT Ductless Split Heat Pump training seminar in the service territory of the participating electric utility where you will be installing the equipment.

Hundreds of businesses have completed the qualified training to be listed. Check the Training Calendar to see when the next class is scheduled.

Be Listed as a Home Energy Rater (HER)

HERS ratings are determined by trained Home Energy Raters who are certified by the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET), a national, non-profit organization that oversees the standards for Rater certification, quality assurance and the calculation of home energy ratings.

Certified HERS Raters use energy modeling software to determine the home’s HERS Index. The energy models use information collected by the Rater from on-site inspections of the home during construction, from testing the air-sealing of the building and its duct systems, from building plans and from independent reports of the efficiency of the installed heating, cooling, water heating, ventilation and on-site generation systems.

To learn more about HERS visit the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET).

If you are a certified RESNET HERS rater, please contact the appropriate Residential New Construction program administrator to find out how to be listed.

UI CustomersEversource Customers
Program AdministratorProgram Administrator
Jennifer ParsonsNicholas Jones
(203) 499-5935(860) 665-5825
jennifer.parsons@uinet.comnicholas.jones@eversource.com 
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