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Electric and Gas Industry Association
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The Electric & Gas Industries Association (EGIA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions through the home improvement and renewable energy industries.

EGIA serves a rapidly-growing nationwide network of contractors, regional distributors, product manufacturers and other trade allies delivering energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions to millions of homes and businesses. EGIA is also a recognized leader in delivering sponsored demand management and resource efficiency services on behalf of electric, gas, water utilities and municipalities. EGIA services include financing, rebate program administration and rebate processing; contractor network management, training and certification; and sales channel development and support.
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http://www.egia.org
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http://twitter.com/EGIA
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At 9:32pm on January 9, 2012, Diane Chojnowski said…

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