Nashville Energy Works
Nashville Energy Works (NEW) connects Davidson County homeowners with a variety of resources that help them make affordable home energy improvements. Everyone can do something to make a difference, and NEW makes it easier than ever. Through NEW, homeowners can learn about programs and financial incentives available to them, and get free information on resources and do-it-yourself projects. NEW also connects individuals with trained representatives who can suggest energy improvements to fit your home and budget. Visit www.NashvilleEnergyWorks.org to learn how you can save money and lower your energy bills today.
Nashville Energy Works was created by Mayor Karl Dean's Office of Environment and Sustainability with leadership investments from Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance, U.S. Department of Energy's Better Building, and American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. NEW is administered by Hands On Nashville in partnership with government agencies, utility providers, and nonprofit organizations.
Questions? Contact Hands On Nashville at NEW@hon.org or (615) 298-1108 ext. 404 or Laurel Creech at email@example.com.