On April 18, 2018

Win money for home efficiency

Need help affording home efficiency upgrades? Efficiency Vermont is giving away $5,000 toward weatherizing a home through a video contest. Interested participants are asked to submit a quick video 60 second (or less) and submit it to Efficiency Vermont to enter. The video with the most votes, will win a more comfortable, energy-efficient home. The contest ends on Earth Day, April 22.

The contest is open to legal residents of Vermont 18 years of age or older who own an eligible property.

How to enter:

1) Create a 60 second (or less) video explaining/showing/singing why your home needs to be weatherized and enter at efficiencyvermont.com/vacation).

2) Share the link with friends and family and ask them to vote.


Grand Prize: One household will receive a Home Performance with Energy Star project of up to $5,000 with an Efficiency Excellence Network (EEN) contractor of their choice, a free Nest thermostat and installation, and up to 12 ENERGY STAR LEDs and installation.

Second Prize: Three households will receive a home energy audit with an EEN contractor of their choice and up to 12 ENERGY STAR LEDs.

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