The Weatherization Assistance Program is available for low-income households in all 50 states and is funded by the US Department of Energy. Comprehensive services are provided by a network of Community Action Agencies that serve all areas of New Hampshire. Details about the program can be found at bit.ly/NH-program-details. If you work with one of the local agencies, check “NH Weatherization Assistance Program Auditor I Certification” to see if a full member of the Residential Energy Performance Association works there and request that person for the audit.
The New Hampshire Electric Cooperative has a number of rebates and incentives to help NHEC customers improve the efficiency of their homes or incentives to help meet Energy Star® Program requirements. Information can be found at bit.ly/NHEC-solutions.
NHEC also offers zero interest loans that can be paid back through the monthly electric bill. See bit.ly/NHEC-zero-interest.
NHSaves is a collaborative effort utilities in New Hampshire, NHSaves provides important information on improving the efficiency of your home and provides rebates and incentives to reduce your costs. www.nhsaves.com.