About EnergyFit Nevada
EnergyFit Nevada is a non-profit organization and sponsor of Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® for the State of Nevada to help residents perform whole-house energy assessments and complete energy efficient home improvements. Through the EnergyFit Nevada program:
- We connect homeowners with approved contractors who have specialized training in building science and are held to the highest standards of quality.
- We provide quality assurance reviews for work performed in the program to ensure that you, the homeowner, are completely satisfied.
- We provide instant rebates and financial incentives to help you afford the cost of improving your home’s energy efficiency.
EnergyFit Nevada is made possible by the support of a number of organizations committed to improving the quality of life of Nevada residents.
EnergyFit Nevada works in partnership with many sponsors, utilities, state and local governments, and other non-profits to reach its mission.
Energy Fit Nevada is funded, in part, through a grant from The Nevada Governor’s Office of Energy (GOE) provided by the United States Department of Energy to promote energy efficiency and conservation. GOE was created to ensure the wise development of the State’s energy resources in harmony with local community economic needs and Nevada’s natural resources to lead the nation in renewable energy production, energy efficiency and conservation, and exportation. www.energy.state.nv.us
Community outreach support for the EnergyFit Nevada program is provided by Green Chips through a network of partners that include some of the state’s largest employers, local governments and utilities. As a non-profit entity, Green Chips has also facilitated the creation of low-interest financing options to help Nevadans take real steps to make their homes more efficient. www.greenchips.org
Other partners include: Clark County and Washoe County and their respective cities; the Nevada System of Higher Education; Nevada State Bank; NV Energy; Southwest Gas; Vegas PBS; Nevada Conservation League; Nevada Energy Star Partners; Green Chips; and private contractors and citizens.
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