Find Energy-Efficiency Incentives in Seconds, Compare Your Energy Bills to Your Neighbors’

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Want to know what energy-efficiency rebates and incentives are available to you without having to tediously search through numerous hard-to-read sites? I’m sure some of you do. A cool new web tool from a Silicon Valley startup, Ennovationz, can do that for you (and quite a bit more).

On the Ennovationz website, you just type in your zip code and it will list all of your local energy efficiency rebates. You can check out how it works for yourself here:

Ennovations has a database of over 8000 incentives, including tax credits, utility rebates, subsidized financing, and much more. The incentives offered come from 750 providers nationwide.

In addition to the tool above, another cool feature I really like allows you to compare your energy bills to those of similar homes in your area. FUN (for people like me, I guess,.. but hopefully for a few normal folks as well). Check it out & make use of it!

Image: Screenshot of Ennovations

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