The DOE Home Improvement Expert Program—Have You Taken Advantage, Yet?

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Last year, we encouraged you to take advantage of the Department of Energy's new Home Improvement Expert program, a valuable—and largely underutilized—resource for contractors. With extenuating circumstances gripping the country and impacting many business owners, now is a better time than ever to familiarize yourself with the benefits of the program and how it can serve your needs. In this video Energy Circle Founder and CEO Peter Troast explains the program's benefits and uses, and how it can be leveraged to further your business growth and success.

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