County emPower Program Contractor Receives Statewide Recognition from SoCalGas for Local Home Energy Efficiency Services

Representatives from Progressive Insulation & Windows accept a 2018 Energy Upgrade California Award from SoCalGas (Sales Consultant Kevin Downey and Program Administrator Yadira Ponce)


The County’s emPower program is pleased to kick off a new year by congratulating one of its participating local contractors, Progressive Insulation & Windows.  On Jan. 16 Progressive Insulation & Windows received statewide recognition and a 2018 Energy Upgrade California Award from SoCalGas. Progressive is also recipient of a past emPower Contractor Appreciation Award for its dedication to assisting Central Coast residents in making energy efficient upgrades to their homes.


SoCalGas awarded Progressive its Highest Energy Efficiency Savings 2017 Award at the 2018 Energy Upgrade California Annual Kickoff event Jan. 16 held at the SoCalGas Energy Resource Center in Downey.


“Progressive continues to exemplify emPower’s dedication to increasing the comfort and safety of our residents and preserve the environment through home energy efficiency upgrades,” said Leigh Walker, emPower Program Specialist. “It’s a pleasure to work with Progressive and the many other talented, emPower participating contractors in the community.”


Progressive has been an emPower participating contractor since 2014. Founded in 1978 in Chatsworth, Progressive is dedicated to remaining customer centered and offering exceptional service in windows, insulation and more.


emPower teams with many qualified contractors to assist interested homeowners in completing projects that will make their homes more comfortable, energy efficient and safer, such as insulation and furnace installation.


The emPower program offers voluntary incentives, financing and other services to help single-family homeowners in Santa Barbara, Ventura and San Luis Obispo Counties make home energy upgrades easier and more affordable. emPower was established by the County of Santa Barbara to help the community preserve the environment by helping to lower energy consumption and stimulate the economy by creating jobs through innovative, voluntary solutions to support a sustainable building performance market.

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