Home Energy Retrofit Program

The Holland Home Energy Retrofit Program is a financial partnership between Holland Energy Fund and homeowners. The program helps homeowners in the City of Holland make energy efficiency improvements.

City of Holland homeowners who invest at least $10,000 to increase the energy efficiency of their homes are eligible to receive a 20% rebate grant from Holland Energy Fund through June 30, 2021. The Holland Energy Fund was created as a nonprofit corporation to facilitate and finance aspects of the City of Holland’s comprehensive, long-range Community Energy Plan. One of these programs is the Home Energy Retrofit Program and the other is the Holland On-Bill Loan Program.

How Do I Qualify?

  1. Be a homeowner in the City of Holland
  2. Schedule a free whole-house energy assessment and implement an energy efficiency improvement plan using an authorized BPI Certified contractor. 
  3. Spend at least $10,000 on improvements listed in the Michigan Energy Measures Database (MEMD).

Qualifications to meet by June 30, 2021 to receive the 20% rebate grant:

  • Free Energy Audit Complete
  • Financing secured
  • Project minimum $10,000
  • Project work is scheduled with contractor

Benefits of the Holland Home Energy Retrofit Program Include:

  • Financial Grant Rewards
  • Optional On-Bill Financing
  • Lower Utility Bills
  • Increase Energy Efficiency
  • Simple to Qualify
  • Support from the City of Holland Residential Energy Advisor and Authorized Contractors
  • Variety of improvements qualify based on the Michigan Energy Measures Database (MEMD)

For more information about this program, please visit hollandenergyfund.com or call Dan Broersma at 616-355-1364 or send him an email at d.broersma@cityofholland.com.