Become an Efficiency Works Business service provider


Efficiency Works provides funding to help businesses conserve energy and water, reducing costs when upgrading to more efficient equipment and often increasing profits.

Becoming a service provider offers several benefits, including:

  • Be listed on the service provider search list
  • Be the first to know about new program offerings
  • Potential referrals and project leads
  • Attend local trainings and events
  • Get access to service provider training grants
  • Get access to efficiency experts and resources

There are three easy steps to become a listed Efficiency
Works Business service provider:

  1. Complete an online application
  2. Attend an Efficiency Works training
  3. Complete an efficiency project

Service provider

Training and events


Efficiency Works Business provides technical training events on a wide range of topics focused on program offerings.

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Service Provider Training Grant


Efficiency Works Business offers financial assistance for service providers to complete trainings relevant to program offerings or technologies referenced within the programs. This grant may also be used for Efficiency Works branded marketing collateral your company develops. Participants in the grant program may be reimbursed up to $2,500 per year from Efficiency Works for program related marketing or training costs.

To receive training grant funds, a service provider must do the following:

  • Be a listed service provider for Efficiency Works Business
  • Identify a relevant training opportunity and complete a grant application
  • Receive pre-approval for training reimbursement and complete training
  • Submit final invoice and application to be reimbursed

Grants are limited and are based on a first come, first serve basis. To get pre-approved, complete a Service Provider Training Grant application and submit it to Business@EfficiencyWorks.org.

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Program guide

Detailed program specifications and incentive requirements can be found in the Efficiency Works Business Program Guide.