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Efficiency First CA: Clean Energy Connection Connects CA Homeowners to Contractors



The Clean Energy Connection directory connects homeowners and contractors to help complete energy projects in homes.

The Clean Energy Connection was developed by Efficiency First California (EFCA), a non-profit organization that supports energy efficiency and clean energy contractors throughout the state. EFCA both runs and funds the Clean Energy Connection. EFCA helps support California’s transition to clean, carbon-free energy through the contractor directory by making it simpler for homeowners to connect with local, trusted clean energy contractors.


The directory includes only the highest quality, experienced, and well-reviewed contractors to help homeowners complete clean energy projects in their homes. Contractors and homeowners must work together to meet California’s energy goals, and while clean energy projects will help us reach those goals, they also make our homes and indoor spaces healthier and more comfortable in the process!



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