The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), in partnership with National Grid, last week announced the launch of the Home Energy Savings Program, an innovative Pay-for-Performance pilot program designed to transform the way the state invests in energy efficiency. The Home Energy Savings Program will deliver energy efficiency solutions to homeowners in Onondaga, Oneida, and Oswego counties with the goal of helping residents improve home comfort, save on energy costs, and reduce their carbon footprint. This public-private collaboration will support New York State's Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act goal to reduce onsite energy consumption by 185 trillion BTU by 2025.
As part of this pilot, eligible homeowners can work with ICF, who will help guide a customer through the decision-making process for energy efficiency and clean energy solutions for their homes. ICF, in combination with their subcontractors, will offer financial incentives, financing options, and installation services to customers.
Full details can be found here.