Efficiency Vermont goingdoor-to-door for area businessesSTAFF REPORT | July 14,2014Rutland-area businesses may be visited over the next few weeks by representatives from Efficiency Vermont.
The energy efficiency utility is conducting research in an effort to update and improve their services for southern Vermont commercial customers.
Efficiency Vermont offers technical assistance, rebates, and special financing to all Vermont businesses.
Businesses can work with Efficiency Vermont on just about any project that requires energy: from lighting (indoor and outdoor) to heating, ventilating, and air conditioning, to commercial equipment replacement and more.
To learn more or request a visit for your business, contact Amelia Fontein, business outreach intern at 540-7721 or email@example.comMORE IN National / World BusinessWASHINGTON — The government is underestimating the threat of a chemical attack on America’s... Full Story
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