Zero Energy Now provides an easy, customized, and comprehensive way to cut your fossil fuel use up to 100% and switch to renewable energy.

Move forward with confidence towards a more comfortable and healthy home free from the price volatility and environmental impact of burning fossil fuels.

• One call connects you with a certified energy contractor (CEC) who coordinates all aspects of your energy makeover.
• We start with a detailed home energy analysis before offering options that combine:

  1. efficiency upgrades (including air sealing, insulation and heat pumps),
  2. renewable heating sources (such as replacing an oil furnace with a wood/pellet system), and
  3. solar power.

Reduce your carbon footprint and help build a stronger community for future generations.

Available throughout Vermont.
Act now. Bonus incentives available for a limited time.
Call (802) 477-5249 or email info@ZeroEnergyNowVt.com

Why Work With Zero Energy Now?

• We keep up on the latest cash incentives and will help with any paperwork you need to get prompt rebates.
• We work with lenders across the state that offer special low-cost financing for energy saving projects. Even at today’s fuel prices, paying back these loans will often cost less than your energy payments today.
• We guarantee energy savings and quality.
•  All our contractors are certified by the Building Performance Institute (BPI), are National Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Partners, and members of the Building Performance Professionals Association of Vermont (BPPA-VT).
• Our streamlined approach maximizes efficiency.

WDEV’s Equal Time Talks With Zero Energy Now

Paul Zabriskie from Capstone Community Action talks about Zero Energy Now with Equal Time Radio host Anthony Iarrapino. Paul was a recent guest on the WDEV show.listen-now-button-200x391

Tackling climate change means making significant investments in energy efficiency and rewewable energy, and this program is the latest example of how Vermont's innovation is leading the nation in addressing this challenge.

Peter Welch, United States Congress