If the answer is Yes, consider a membership in the Electric & Gas Industries Association (EGIA).
EGIA has been delivering valued contractor programs for decades and gives member contractors the competitive edge they need to increase market share and profitability, while also staying abreast of state and national programs and market trends impacting the industry.
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EGIA Contractor University is one of the most comprehensive and systematic ways to develop your business skills and develop your team to drive revenue, increase profits and create the business you’ve been dreaming about. With an accomplished team of educators assembled, and a comprehensive blend of online and classroom programs, EGIA Contractor University is among the most premier solutions for contractor education available in the industry.
EGIA Contractor University’s programs deliver proven roadmaps to success. Click here to learn more.
The most successful contractors throughout the country all have one major thing in common: They offer financing options with every sale. With that said, it can be confusing when weaving your way through all the financing solutions in the marketplace and costly to pick the wrong one for your company and customers.
Through the GEOSmart Financing Clearinghouse, EGIA will clear the way and help you pick the right program for your business. They’ve done the research, vetted the leading finance service offerings, and leveraged their national buying power to secure the best financing solutions for EGIA members. Click here to learn more.
The EGIA Contractor Marketplace is a contracting industry buying group, delivering discounts and rebates. The Contractor Marketplace delivers group buying power with "best in class" providers of products and services that are needed to efficiently, effectively and profitably manage a traditional contracting business. Click here to learn more.
As more and more people seek out career-oriented employment, the general public will beneﬁt by gaining an increased understanding of the potential for a viable career in the home services trades.
EGIA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit tax-exempt corporation. Through career development, scholarship programs and other initiatives, EGIA Foundation is committed to expanding the benefits the general public receives from the home services industry.
The EGIA Foundation works toward solving both problems in order to expand the benefits the general public receives from the home services industry and uplift the industry itself. On the industry side, they undertake research to deﬁne and articulate career paths that are available in home-services and actively promote them to the general public. On the public side, they identify a motivated and ambitious potential workforce and help develop their industry-specific skills through a scholarship program and collaboration with trainers, likeminded organizations, education programs, trade schools, colleges and universities. Click here to learn more.
An EGIA membership offers contractors the tools they need to run or grow a successful contracting business, while freeing up your time and money and giving you your life back.
About the EGIA
The EGIA is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions through the home improvement and renewable energy industries.
They serve a rapidly-growing nationwide network of contractors, regional distributors, product manufacturers and other trade allies who deliver energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions.
They are a recognized leader in delivering sponsored demand management and resource efficiency services on behalf of electric, gas, water utilities and municipalities.
Their services include Financing, Rebate Program Administration and Rebate Processing; Contractor Network Management, Training and Certification; and Sales Channel Development and Support.
They have facilitated the financing of over 250,000 residential and business projects valued in excess of $2.5 billion.
They’ve administered over $1 billion in rebate payments.