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The Green Madison Residential Program ramp-down timelines have been finalized. The deadline for potential new customers entering into the program in order to be eligible for incentives through Green Madison grant funds will be June 15, 2013.

Date Deadline
June 15, 2013 Lead cutoff date for residential home assessments
August 30, 2013 Installation/post-test end date
September 30, 2013 WECC-EECBG contract end date

Green Madison offers residents and businesses a list of participating contractors to complete your energy-efficiency projects.

Interested in becoming a Green Madison Participating Contractor?

The Green Madison program offers two different tracks for residential contractors to follow depending on the services the Participating Contractor chooses to offer. The Consultant-led track allows contractors to offer their services to a homeowner after the Consultant completes the pre-assessment. Homeowners are provided with the list of Participating Contractors to choose from to complete the project once the pre-assessment is complete. The Contractor-led track is a program for Building Shell (insulation) contractors who are certified to perform the pre- and post-assessment or subcontract with an Participating Consultant to perform the assessment. Participating Contractors may apply to participate in only one or both programs.

Contact for more information on either of these programs.

Please note that the Green Madison program (including WECC and the City of Madison) does not endorse or guarantee the work or services of any particular consultant or contractor, but maintains a directory of consultants and contractors who have applied and been determined to be eligible to participate in the program. Participating contractors are independent contractors who have agreed to meet specified program requirements. Participating consultants are independent consultants who have been accredited and certified by the Building Performance Institution. You will be entering into a direct, independent relationship with the consultant or contractor of your choice, and it is important that you review their credentials, qualifications, and references to make an informed decision before retaining them. Consultants and contractors who participate in the program warrant their own work and may charge different fees for services. It is generally good practice to contact several contractors before selecting one. (Please see the full program disclaimer on the directory of consultants and contractors.)