Energy & Sustainability
Energy & Sustainability Coordinator
Phone: (631) 702-1753
Green Homes In Southampton
The Town of Southampton’s Office of Energy and Sustainability administers the Southampton Green Homes Program as part of the larger Long Island Green Homes Consortium. Southampton Green Homes is a local program designed to promote home and building energy efficiency in the Town of Southampton. This program, through funding from the Department of Energy and cooperative agreements with Community Development Corporation of Long Island (CDCLI) and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), helps Southampton residents save money, reduce carbon emissions and increase the health, safety and comfort of their homes and buildings. Southampton residents now have access to energy audits, installation services, low-cost financing and pathways to training for various green collar careers through the Green Jobs Green New York (GJGNY) program. Also known as Home Performance with Energy Star
Carbon emissions can be reduced by increasing the energy efficiency of existing homes and buildings across the country. Improving the energy efficiency of homes can save homeowners up to $700 dollars each year.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE:
Apply for a free (or reduced cost) energy audit with a Building Performance Institute (BPI) Certified Contractor
There are 3 ways:
1) online Energy Audit Application (you’ll need to upload information)
2) print your application here (and mail it)
- OR - 3) fill out this quick form request for application and we’ll mail you the application.
Select a participating BPI Accredited Home Performance Contractor
Evaluate the energy saving measures recommended, without obligation to do anything further.
If you choose, you may take advantage of low-interest rate loans, homeowner financing for energy efficiency improvements and additional cash-back incentives through Assisted Home Performance Eligibility.
Need more information?
Contact Southampton’s Office of Energy and Sustainability