Monday, December 20, 2010

New Jersey Clean Energy Program® Announces 2011 Incentives

BrightHome Energy Solutions - Offers Energy Solutions to Meet Guidelines

RIDGEWOOD, N.J.--New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program® just released its annual program update. Participating contractors such as BrightHome Energy Solutions may offer their customers incentives for 2011 that include rebates up to $4,000 and 0% financing up to $10,000.

“This new program will allow homeowners in New Jersey to make affordable changes in their homes that will increase comfort and create life-long home energy savings,” said Ed Schwartz, general manager of BrightHome New Jersey.

BrightHome’s services such as energy efficient air-sealing, insulation, direct hot water heaters and heating and cooling solutions are eligible for rebates and financing under the new program. BrightHome Energy Consultants use state-of-the-art technology to assess a home’s energy usage. BrightHome then creates a custom plan within your budget to help homeowners achieve energy savings and eligibility for the New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program® incentives.

“Using our diagnostic equipment and analytical tools we are able to model your home’s energy usage, and the savings you can expect from each of our recommendations. In most cases our plan for your home pays for itself from day one!” stated Ed Schwartz.

Money Back & Zero Interest Financing

Program details are based on projected energy savings:

* $4,000 cash rebate and 0% interest financing up to $10,000 on energy savings greater than 25%.
* $3,000 cash rebate and 0% interest financing up to $10,000 on total energy savings between 20-25%.
* $1,000 cash rebate on energy savings between 10-20%.

Rebates and 0% financing begin Jan. 3, 2011. For more information on the New Jersey Clean Energy Program® and its customer incentives, contact Ed Schwartz at 201-447-8898.

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