Nashville Energy Works (NEW) was formed by Mayor Karl Dean’s Office of Environment and Sustainability and is now administered by Hands On Nashville. NEW connects Davidson County homeowners with easy-to-understand information and the right resources to help you lower your utility bills by making home energy improvements.
These improvements can:
- Help you save money and energy.
- Make your home more comfortable for you and your family.
- Help the environment.
Opportunities listed are provided to Davidson County residents by government agencies, utility companies and nonprofit organizations. NEW makes every attempt to be inclusive of all stakeholders representing these sectors. Please contact NEW@hon.org to suggest additions to this list of opportunities.
A NEW representative will respond to your request within 24 hours between Monday and Friday. Call (615) 298-1108, ext. 404, or email NEW@hon.org to connect with a NEW representative today.
The NEW website is made possible with funding from the Mayor’s Office of Environment and Sustainability, Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance, U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings, and the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act. NEW partners include Tennessee Valley Authority, Nashville Electric Service, The Housing Fund, Go Green Nashville, Piedmont Natural Gas, Mayor’s Office of Neighborhoods and Tennessee Alliance for Progress.