Reduce Energy Costs, Improve Safety, Comfort & Productivity
Your rural small-business may be eligible for a low-cost energy audit to help you save money and improve energy efficiency.
The Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) is now accepting applications from Agricultural Producers & Rural Small Businesses throughout New Hampshire interested in low-cost energy audits for their facility.
Eligible participants will receive a comprehensive energy audit of an existing building, which will identify energy efficiency and renewable energy projects that can reduce operating costs and increase productivity, occupant comfort and safety. The audit will estimate implementation costs, potential energy and financial savings, as well as a return-on-investment.
CDFA, Director of Clean Energy Finance
About the Clean Energy Fund
CDFA’s Clean Energy Fund provides technical and financial resources for economically-justified projects that increase efficiency and reduce costs in the generation and utilization of energy. Clean Energy Fund resources are designed to help municipalities, non-profits and businesses in New Hampshire better control their long-term energy costs by improving the energy efficiency of their buildings and adding renewable energy technologies when economically appropriate. For more information visit http://www.nhcdfa.org/energy