Benefits of an Energy Advocate

Benefits of an Energy Advocate

    

(Marty and Natalie, Residential Energy Advocates; Sheila, Commercial EA with Minh Tran of 99 Fast Food)

Ever have an experience when the task of talking to a state agency seems daunting? Here at PUSH Green, we talk a lot about working with NYSERDA (New York State Energy Research and Development Agency) and we know that it can make people feel uneasy about applying for grants to get energy efficiency work done.

That’s why we have two dedicated Residential Energy Advocates and a Commercial Energy Advocates on staff to help you navigate the process with ease and confidence. Our EA’s are on hand to help you from the earliest phase through completion, advocating for the homeowner or business owner with state agencies, financial entities, and contractors, making sure that your project is as streamlined as possible.

Their BPI (Building Performance Institute) certification means that they’re qualified to also access building structures and confirm necessary work done suggested by our high road contractors. They meet regularly with contractors to determine where in the process a home is and keep projected completion dates on track.

Not sure which document is needed to get funding? Ask your energy advocate.

Concerns about your contractor? Call your energy advocate.

Receive a letter that you’re confused about? Talk to your energy advocate.

Energy advocates are readily available to talk about all your options, review any issues you may have, and walk you through the process.

They’re here to connect you to energy and power

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