eScore Residential Energy Efficiency Program
Here’s How It Works:
Step 1 – Homeowner registers online or over the phone. Simply visit www.2eScore.com or call CEMC at 1-800-987-2362 to get started.
Note: Homeowners may have an eScore evaluation performed on the home before upgrades are made for a non-refundable fee of $75. Sign up for an eScore evaluation by visiting www.2eScore.com or calling CEMC at 1-800-987-2362.
For additional information and program details and restrictions, please visit www.2eScore.com, or call CEMC at 1-800-987-2362
Choosing a Contractor
When it comes to efficiency, the installation is most important for your comfort and the efficient operation of any measure installed. That’s the reason behind the Quality Contractor Network (QCN) and the energy right ® program. QCN members have the skill and knowledge to install the right system for your home, service your equipment in the future and even coordinate financing.
1. Find out if he or she is a member of the Quality Contractor Network. (Current QCN List)
2. Ask the QCN contractor for references to find out if other customers were satisfied.
3. Get bids for the job from several QCN members.
Heat Pump & Weatherization Loans
It’s by far the largest energy user in your home – heating and air conditioning. So when you’re faced with choosing a heat-and-air unit for your home, it will affect your budget for years to come. Fortunately, CEMC is here to help. Your cooperative can help you finance a new energy efficient heat pump. To qualify for CEMC’s Heat Pump Program, applicants must be the owner(s) of the home and property where the heat pump is to be located and pass an independent credit review. Loans are also available to finance weatherization efforts, such as insulation, air sealing and more.
The customer contacts CEMC Member Services Department to fill out an application. If approved for the loan, the customer will select a vendor from CEMC’s list of approved heating and air contractors members of the TVA/CEMC
For more information, contact the CEMC Member Services Department at (800) 987-CEMC. Upon completion of the job, the CEMC Energy Programs Inspector will inspect the heat pump installation for proper performance, then the customer will complete paperwork for the loan.