The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) is a free program provided to low-income Long Islanders, especially the elderly and disabled, to make their homes more energy efficient. An energy audit is conducted by a building analyst, using a variety of tests and tools, to determine the most cost-effective means of reducing energy consumption in the dwelling.
The Long Island Green Homes initiative is helping Long Islanders improve their homes and use energy more wisely in their everyday lives. Via one-on-one support from an experienced Energy Navigator, Long Island homeowners are connected with government funds and local, certified contractors to receive money saving and energy efficient improvements to their homes. Regardless of income or the municipality in which you live, everyone on Long Island qualifies.
The Clean Energy Communities (CEC) program allows local governments in New York State to implement clean energy actions, save energy costs, create jobs, and improve the environment. In addition to providing tools, resources, and technical assistance, the program recognizes and rewards leadership for the completion of clean energy projects.
The CDCLI Home Maintenance Training Program is a 7 week “hands-on” home repair course.
Helps homeowners living on Long Island resources to make repairs and improvements to their home. CDCLI offers both deferred grants and loans to assist homeowners with home improvement needs. Whether you need to make basic repairs, upgrade an electrical system, have an emergency repair or remodel your kitchen, we have a program for you!