The eScore program is designed to give you an easy pathway to an energy efficient home. An eScore Energy Advisor will visit your home to perform an energy assessment at no cost to identify and score key areas of your home based on a 0-10 energy efficiency scale. A score of 10 means you’ve reached max efficiency!
Scores are combined into a report (your eScore™) and if needed, upgrade recommendations are incorporated to increase your home’s energy efficiency until a max score of 10 is received.
Once your energy advisor reviews your upgrade recommendations, you will need to contact a Quality Contractor Network (QCN) member to begin the work you want done. Click here
for list of QCN members in West Virginia. Any rebate-eligible improvements must be performed by a QCN member, who must also submit the rebate on your behalf. Don't see your contractor listed? Click here
to find out how to have a contractor added to our QCN.