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Rebates & Financing

It’s no secret that you can save money and energy by insulating and air sealing your home. But did you know you can get rebates and loans to help cover the upfront costs, too? Efficiency Vermont and its utility partners provide cash back on DIY projects, weatherization, heat pumps, and more. Income eligible households can also take advantage of the state’s free weatherization program or apply for a low-interest energy loan to break the project up into monthly payments.

Available Rebates

Back on Project Materials

Complete three qualifying DIY projects like weather-stripping, windows, insulation, and air sealing to get cash back, offsetting the cost of project materials.

75% Off
Comprehensive Weatherization Projects

Save up to $9,500, depending on household income. Additionally, VGS customers can receive up to $5,000 for single family homes and $7,500 for multifamily buildings.

Weatherization Services

Vermont’s Weatherization Agencies offer services including energy audits, insulation and air sealing. Eligibility is based on income and determined by your regional weatherization agency.

Up to $450 Off 
Ductless Heat Pumps

Work with a contractor to get an instant discount on qualifying models, plus an income-eligible bonus and utility rebates.


Many banks offer lower rates on loans designed to finance efficiency upgrades, helping customers pay for associated project costs. One such financing option is the Weatherization Repayment Assistance Program (WRAP). In addition to an affordable interest rate, WRAP offers customers the convenience of making loan payments right through their utility bill.


The WRAP program allows you to pay off financed efficiency upgrades through your monthly electric or natural gas bills.

0% Interest
Home Energy Loans

Finance 100% of your project – up to $20,000. Low- and moderate-income Vermonters borrow interest-free with scheduled repayment in 5 years or less.

Income-Qualified Assistance

You may be eligible for free weatherization from the state to cover the cost of buttoning up your home.

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