We recognize current efforts to protect public health are affecting your company's normal operations and practices, and want to assure you we are committed to helping Michigan's small businesses - now more than ever.
The Consumers Energy Insulation and Windows (INWIN) Program is designed to improve the energy performance and durability of existing residential housing in Consumers Energy service territories. The program offers financial incentives to participating homeowners for the installation of qualifying insulation and windows measures in eligible single- and multifamily dwellings (fewer than four units).
The objective of the program is to increase the demand for energy-efficient improvements for insulation and windows to produce long-term electric and natural gas energy savings to Consumers Energy residential customers. The rebates help offset the cost difference between choosing a standard product and an energy-efficient one.
Become a Participating Contractor
As a participating contractor in the Consumers Energy INWIN Program, you can expand your business and provide customers with more comfortable, safe and durable homes. You can help reduce their energy use by offering incentives for installing:
- Roof (Attic) Insulation
- Above-Grade Wall Insulation
- Basement Wall Insulation
- Crawlspace Insulation
- Rim Joist Insulation
- Patio Doors
You'll be able to effectively address many of the problems homeowners often experience, such as:
- High energy use
- Rooms that don't heat or cool properly
- Moisture issues
Consumers Energy helps generate valuable leads by promoting the program to our customers.
For more information on becoming a Consumers Energy Insulation and Windows Trade Ally, please visit the Join Us page.
Register to attend one of the following seminars to become a preferred contractor in Consumer Energy's Insulation and Window Program:
There are no seminars currently scheduled. Please contact your account manager to schedule one-on-one training.
For expedited same-day enrollment, please bring a copy of:
- A completed Form W-9. Click here for the form.
- Your maintenance and alterations or builder's license(s).
- Your certificate of insurance. Click here for a sample.
Your insurance company may submit the certificate of insurance. The certificate holder is to be named as additional insured and is Consumers Energy. It should read as shown below:
Consumers Energy Insulation and Windows Preferred Contractor Program c/o ICF
Attn: Insulation and Windows Program
165 W. Michigan Ave.
Jackson, MI 49201
Small Business Resources and Online Trainings
An Important Message From Consumers Energy Regarding COVID-19 and Energy Efficiency Programs
Our safety culture extends beyond our walls to protect the customers and communities we serve, including our participating contractors. We want to make sure you are aware of the guidance issued by the State of Michigan and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention in keeping yourselves, your employees and your customers safe and healthy at this time.
Federal Tax Credits Extended For Energy Efficiency Projects
We'd like to share some exciting information about the renewal of Federal Income Tax Credits For Energy Efficiency. These Federal Tax Credits are good through Dec. 31, 2020 and can help your customers offset the cost of upgrades even further. Tax credits are available for HVAC products, water heaters, insulation, and windows, doors and skylights. Make sure to inform your customers that they should speak to their tax advisor about any tax credits they plan to claim.
New Preferred Contractor Marketing Kit for Consumers Energy Trade Allies
Consumers Energy is excited to announce the launch of the Preferred Contractor Marketing Kit for 2020.
2020 INWIN Program Continuation and Updated Collateral Documents
Consumers Energy is pleased to announce the continuation of the Insulation and Windows (INWIN) program in 2020. Effective January 1, 2020, the INWIN program will be distributing new documents.