Resources & FAQ's

Q: What if my business is larger than 50 employees?
A: Businesses that employ over 50 employees should contact Clean Air Cool Planet at www.cleanair-coolplanet.org to find out how CA-CP can help your medium or large business achieve greenhouse gas emissions reductions.

Q: What if I am looking for Household Residential help?
A: Individuals interested in reducing emissions, energy consumption and saving money at home should go to the New Hampshire Carbon Challenge website at http://carbonchallenge.sr.unh.edu The New Hampshire Carbon challenge is driven by a dedicated crew of New Hampshire residents who firmly believe that climate stabilization requires changes from all of us: as residents, homeowners, consumers, and citizens.

Resources

Tax Breaks/Assistance

Burlington 10% Challenge
www.10percentchallenge.org

Carbon Coalition
www.carboncoalition.org

Alliance To Save Energy
www.ase.org

Energy Star
www.energystar.gov

NHDES
Making Your Business Greener Workbook

The recently passed Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 (P.L. 110-343) included, extended and/or amended many offered for businesses, utilities, and government originally introduced in the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPACT). The bill also included tax incentives for consumers. For a complete summary of the tax incentives included in the bill, download the summary of Energy Tax Incentives in The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008.

Public Service of New Hampshire
PSNH Homepage
PSNH NH Saves
New Equipment and Construction Program
Energy Efficiency Incentive/Rebate Programs
Small Business Retrofit Program

New Hampshire Saves
www.nhsaves.com

CVTC - Contoocook Valley Transportation Company - Sustainable Transportation Solutions for employers
www.cvtc-nh.org