Contractor Participation Agreement
Revised 5-10-2019 Page 1
The Program Sponsor listed below is offering an Energy Loan program available to eligible
Homeowners through Energy Finance Solutions (EFS), a service offered by Wisconsin Energy
Conservation Corp. To become eligible to offer the Energy Loan program to your customers,
contractors must meet the requirements specified in this Agreement.
1. CONTRACTOR must abide and conform to all applicable laws and maintain all applicable
licenses required by the federal, state or local authority where the work is to be completed.
In addition, CONTRACTOR agrees to abide by all applicable regulations, rulings,
proclamations, statutes, and building codes of all government bodies having jurisdiction.
2. a. CONTRACTOR must have insurance coverage in the following amounts:
Comprehensive general liability for bodily injury and property damage with minimum
limits of $1,000,000.
Worker’s compensation liability coverage established by state law.
b. CONTRACTOR must have his/her insurance company provide EFS with an insurance
certificate prior to the commencement of work to ensure that the above-stipulated
coverage is in effect.
3. CONTRACTOR will provide any and all labor, resources, and quantity (ies) of materials and
products necessary to complete the job as specified in CONTRACTORS’ bid, at no
additional cost to the Homeowner. CONTRACTOR is responsible for the costs of any and all
indemnification, staffing, resources, products, and materials that are incurred by the
Homeowner as a result of the work performed under this contract and are not specifically
itemized in the bid and/or change order(s).
4. CONTRACTOR will visit the site and warrant that all work, materials, and products provided
have been performed as specified given the existing conditions of the site. This warranty
will be provided in writing to the Homeowner and will provide that all work performed under
this contract will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1)
year from the date of payment authorization and to also assign all longer contractor and
material warranties to the homeowner.
5. All products and materials will be installed in accordance with manufacturer
recommendations and instructions. Any manufacturer warranties for workmanship and/or
materials that are compromised and/or voided as a result of work performed by
CONTRACTOR will become the responsibility of CONTRACTOR.
6. CONTRACTOR will assign only trained, qualified, and licensed (where applicable) personnel
to perform work financed with an Energy Loan. The work will be completed in a timely and
professional manner that meets or exceeds currently accepted performance standards of
7. No subcontractors, without the prior written approval of EFS, will perform any of the
proposed work unless they are explicitly specified in the original bid. If any subcontracting
is planned, a brief description of work experience (e.g., number of years, full time or part-
time) must be provided to EFS for each proposed subcontractor. Insurance certificates
must also be provided for subcontractors prior to the commencement of work. Contractor
shall ensure that any subcontractor also complies with all provisions of this Agreement.