Conservation Consultants, Inc.

Click here to buy your High-Energy Hoe-Down ticket and
receive the Early Bird Discount!


Come to the Grassroots Green Homes Summer
Celebration and discover how to save energy, save money, and increase the
health and comfort of your home!

This community festival will include food,
music, kid-friendly activities, free energy-saving toolkits, and resources for
home efficiency and health.

Saturday, August 27, 11am-3pm at Flagstaff Hill
(across from Phipps)

Grassroots Green Homes is a grant-funded program
that helps residents in the Uptown and Oakland neighborhoods of Pittsburgh
lower their utility bills, weatherize their homes, and increase home health
through neighbor-to-neighbor outreach and education.


"Solving the Regional Home Energy Efficiency Challenge – A RoadMap for the Southwestern Pennsylvania Region" -- Read about the significant opportunity to improve the state of housing stock in Southwestern PA. In this ReEnergize Pittsburgh Coalition white paper.

Download the Whitepaper




We are proud to announce the launch of our new program designed to address health, comfort and safety in the home.

Sign up for a whole home performance assessment offered FREE for a limited time.


85% of families across the country struggle with reduced quality of life due to poor home performance.


Where do you think your family falls?


Energy Auditor using a Blower Door to Measure Building TightnessFind out how CCI can help you improve your comfort and beat high utility bills with an energy audit performed by one of our highly experienced BPI-certified auditors. We'll show you precisely where your home is costing you money and how you can make it more comfortable.

Learn more about energy audits


Utilities offer a variety of programs and services designed to assist low-income customers to better afford their bills. CCI provides an assortment of services designed to meet the needs of public utilities ranging from program administration and marketing to home energy audits and the distribution of conservation kits.


Building as a Teaching Tool is CCI's nationally recognized program that uses the CCI Center as an education instrument. Touring the CCI Center and participating in hands-on demonstrations, students and adults alike learn how we can use energy and resources more efficiently.
The CCI Center

Learn Ways to Save Energy, Reduce Costs and Improve Your Comfort with Conservation Consultants of Pittsburgh

We're Conservation Consultants, leading the way to an energy efficient future since 1978.

Based in Pittsburgh's historic South Side, Conservation Consultants, Inc. (CCI) is a non-profit organization that helps western PA families and businesses to GetEnergySmarter. Our utility and energy audit services show homeowners and businesses how to save money and energy all while improving comfort and safety. Our home, the CCI Center is a living laboratory that explores an energy future where people and buildings work in harmony to use energy wisely and even produce energy from renewable sources. CCI's education programs enlighten students and adults in everything from the simple ways we can all save energy, through renewable energy.

CCI Calenar of Events


Building Science Principles® Class
A Building Science Principles® Class will be taught by Rhett Major at the Ann Jones Gerace Center on April 14th & 15th.
PA Companies Thank Legislators for Act 129 Successes
As Phase II of Act 129 was wrapping up this month, Pennsylvania stakeholders and representatives from the Keystone Energy Efficiency
Alliance visited the PA Public Utilities Commission as well as a dozen legislators on both sides of the aisle to share success stories and
thank them for their continued support of Act 129.  Click here for details on this successful trip to Harrisburg.
PUC Holds Hearings on Revenue Decoupling
As Pennsylvania moves toward a third phase of its Act 129 Energy Efficiency programs, utilities have been examining their rate structures.  In a world where utilities need to help their customers use less energy, the traditional fee-for-use model no longer makes financial sense – for utilities, that is.  The PA Public Utilities Commission heard testimony this month from utilities, energy efficiency advocacy groups, and other stakeholders in their goal to create a fair, effective, and viable utility rate structure for Pennsylvanians.