Become a CEIP Qualified Contractor

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Electricians, plumbers, HVAC technicians, energy auditors, window, insulation, and solar installers are invited to apply.

Service Organizations, Energy Auditors and subcontractors who also install or otherwise provide a product or service for an upgrade must become a CEIP Qualified Contractor and be listed on the Contractor Directory.

We will support you so you can provide customers with the right information as they move through their application process.

Only CEIP Qualified Contractors are eligible to work on Clean Energy Improvement Program projects.

Application process

  1. Apply Complete the Qualified Contractor Application Form. Your application will be reviewed within 5 business days.
  2. Onboarding Once your application is assessed, you are required to complete a short onboarding session to understand your role as a CEIP Qualified Contractor and how your customers will navigate through the program.
  3. Directory When onboarding is complete, your business information will be included in our Qualified Contractor Directory.

If any changes are required, or we have questions about your application, you will be notified by email.

Application Form

The Qualified Contractor Application Form will take about 10 minutes to complete. Prior to starting an application form, please review the Qualified Contractor Terms and Conditions, Qualified Contractor Code of Conduct and Issue Escalation Framework, and Marketing Guidelines.

Useful definitions

You’ll be asked to identify your business as a Parent Company, Branch or Satellite, Independent, or Franchise. Here is what we mean:

Parent Company

A Parent Company that controls and oversees another company or companies (branch, satellite or franchise) and can directly influence that business’ operations.

Branch or Satellite

A branch or satellite location is part of a Parent Company but is physically separated from the main office.


A franchise has access to a franchisor’s proprietary business knowledge, processes and trademarks, thus allowing the franchisee to sell a product or service under the franchisor’s business name (in this application called Parent Company).