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    • Omaha and Lincoln Residents Save With reEnergize Program

      Omaha and Lincoln Residents Save With reEnergize Program

      Apr, 2 2013 02:04

      Funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy’s BetterBuildings Program, the reEnergize Program is a collaborative effort between the cities of Omaha and Lincoln to build energy smart communities. Our plan is to work with highly qualified contractors to provide professional energy evaluations on a total of 180 commercial and nonprofit buildings and complete whole-home performance energy upgrades on 2,100 residences between January 2011 and May 2013. Over the three-year span of the grant, we intend to grow the reEnergize Program to allow owners of all building types access to a streamlined process, financing opportunities, and a qualified workforce for energy-efficiency services. With this opportunity, the reEnergize Program will serve as a catalyst, intending to build consumer demand and contractor supply for energy-saving building improvements and to reduce energy use in local buildings.

    • Financing Opportunities Through reEnergize Program

      Financing Opportunities Through reEnergize Program

      Apr, 2 2013 02:04

      Our goal is to make it affordable and simple for you to upgrade your home and we understand that the up front cost is a big consideration. In addition to financial incentives tied to the amount of energy savings your achieve, the program has negotiated several low-interest financing opportunities for your benefit.

    • Energy Saving Opportunities for Commercial + Non-Profit Building Owners

      Energy Saving Opportunities for Commercial + Non-Profit Building Owners

      Apr, 2 2013 02:04

      Commercial and nonprofit building owners with in the City Limits of Omaha and Lincoln are eligible for an energy evaluation of current facilities. Each participant will receive a list of recommended energy conservation measures based on the specific needs of the building and assistance in developing a strategic plan for executing energy-saving improvements that save money, increase value, and improve the comfort of the building.