With all of the new technologies and financial incentives available to help your electric, heating, and transportation needs, our Energy Services Team is here to answer your questions and help you understand your options.
MINIMUM HOUSING CODE WEATHERIZATION ORDINANCE
Burlington, Vermont’s new Minimum Housing Code is designed to ensure that rental properties are also properly weatherized to keep tenants warm in the winter, cool in summer, and reduce costs, while helping the city achieve its net zero energy goals.
The best way to start on your path to Net Zero Energy is to understand how your home is currently using electricity. Usage Tracker can show you how your usage varies from month to month, day to day, and even in 15-minute increments so you can figure out the best way to start saving.
Heating and cooling costs are typically the largest energy-related expense in the home. Stay comfy and save money with these recommendations.
Weatherization for Tenants
Weatherization activities primarily focus on insulation and air sealing of the thermal envelope and can offer strong electricity and heating fuel savings.
If your home feels cold in the winter, check out this list for potential causes and suggested maintenance solutions.
Additional Rebates from Efficiency Vermont
In addition to our own rebates, Burlington Electric Department has contracted with Efficiency Vermont to administer some of the rebates available to our customers. If you are interested in more information about rebates and other ways to save, Contact Energy Services.
Speak With Your Property Manager
- Ask your property manager what plans they have to make your building more efficient
- Ask your property manager about adding electric and alternative transportation infrastructure
- Discuss desired building upgrades with your property manager