Creation Care — New Hampshire
New Hampshire Energy Efficiency Resources
For residents and businesses
Energy audits, rebates, weatherization programs, and advice on how to save energy and reduce your carbon footprint.
For low-income residents
There are free programs to weatherize your home, whether you rent or own. These can help you save energy by lowering your bills, increase safety and comfort, increase the value of your home, and lower your emissions and energy use — which helps everyone. Read a description of the program
Benefits are given through your local Community Action Agencies — find a list here
The department provides all kinds of energy information. It also has a variety of links on rebates, and energy programs. Find those here
Remember there are federal incentives for Electric Vehicles (EV) as well as state incentives. Federal incentives
If you are a house of worship or parsonage:
- You have an active National Interfaith Power and Light group who has funding to help houses of worship or parsonages get grants towards energy audits and grants towards efficiency/weatherization projects that will lower your bills, keep you more comfortable, lower emissions, and save the earth. Go to:
- CDFA Community Development Finance Authority — Help for non-profits on up to 75% of their clean energy goals.
If you are retired clergy:
The Preachers' Aid Society of New England allows you to draw up to $15,000, over ten years in very low interests loans to help you make your retirement home more efficient. Many things from window shades to heat pumps and solar qualify. Learn more