Energy Efficiency Consultation

Energy Efficiency

 

Improving the energy efficiency of your House of Worship, Religious Institution of Household is a win-win!
 

  • Electricity, Heating and Cooling make up about 48% of the NYS Greenhouse gas inventory (NYSERDA,2015).
     

  • Energy efficiency can lead to a 10%-30% reduction in annual energy bills.  Allowing financial resources to be used on other things.
     

  • Energy efficiency improvements are often linked to additional health, comfort, safety and maintenance benefits
     

To get support and connect with resources to help with improving the Energy Efficiency of your Home or House of Worship please email us   

For Houses of Worship (HoW) or Institutions

Conducting and energy audit is a great first step.

A special program available to provide low cost energy audits for small commercial and not-for profit establishments (like Houses of Worship) through NYSERDA 

Additional rebates or incentives may be available from your utility, the State or Federal Government for:

In addition when it comes to financing there are 

Feel free to Contact us for more information or support.

For households

To get started with residential home efficiency simply fill out this online form for the 

Heat Smart Monroe program

  • Get a no-cost Energy Assessment

  • Access to heat pump systems incentives 

  • Access to other incentives including: 

RG&E Residential Rebates

  • Rebates on qualifying furnaces, water heaters, wifi thermostats 

RG&E Appliance buy back-

  • Free pickup of your old unit(s)

  • $50* check for each qualifying refrigerator or freezer

  • $10 for a working room air conditioner picked up with your refrigerator or freezer

If you missed it, view the recent webinar on the RAICA Household Energy Efficiency 2020/21 Challenge 

 

What can be done to improve energy efficiency

You can save money and energy, improve comfort and contribute to a cleaner community by making a few simple changes

  1. Get an energy audit from a NYSERDA approved contractor
     

  2. Air sealing, insulate and effectively heat and cool your space
     

  3. Use energy efficient appliances and lighting 
     

  4. Shift to the use of electricity to take advantage of NYSs green electricity goals (especially if you are due to replace an old boiler or furnace).