Energy Incentives & Programs
Potomac Edison customers can get their home reviewed quickly for energy saving opportunities. The contractor will install free CFLs, faucet aerators and other energy saving devices on the spot.
Potomac Edison customers can get their HVAC tuned up for $100, or get up to $500 for installing an energy-efficient HVAC system.
Groundswell’s mission is to unlock communities’ shared economic power to grow sustainability and expand prosperity on the local level.
Organize your community — whether it’s your neighborhood, your congregation or group — to make home energy efficiency improvements together. Coordination can lead to group discounts!
Montgomery County homeowners who are income qualified may be eligible for low or no-cost weatherization services from Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County.
Get a loan of up to $30,000 at a 6.99% interest rate for home energy efficiency improvements.
Get rebates on new ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators, room air conditioners, clothes washers and dryers, dishwashers, programmable thermostats, water heaters, CFLs and more.
Have your home reviewed for energy-efficient solutions and get some of them installed right away for free; for Potomac Edison customers.
Potomac Edison offers customers a subsidized home energy audit ($100) and rebates on home energy efficiency improvements.
Recycle your old refrigerator, freezer or room air conditioner for free and get a rebate up to $50. Rebates of $25 for room air conditioners. No new appliance purchase required. Free pick-up at your convenience.
Get your quick home energy check-up for free when you allow the BGE check-up professional to install your choice of five energy-saving products, also for free.
BGE’s Limited Income Energy Efficiency Program provides income-qualified homeowners who are BGE customers a variety of energy-saving services and quality home improvements at no additional cost.
Get a free programmable thermostat installed — a $290 value — and an incentive for allowing BGE to cycle your air conditioner.
Receive a rebate on the purchase of ENERGY STAR qualified CFLs, fixtures, refrigerators, room air conditioners and clothes washers.
Get a rebate on a home energy audit and rebates on suggested improvements.
Rebates up to $1,150 on duct sealing, new equipment, and HVAC tune-ups for single-family homes.
Save $1.50 on single ENERGY STAR qualified CFLs and $3.00 on multipacks at participating retailers.
Receive a rebate for a HVAC tune-up or money towards a new HVAC system.
The EmPOWER Low Income Energy Efficiency Program, administered by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, helps low income households with installation of energy conservation materials in their homes at no charge.
Get rebates of $25–$350 on new ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators, room air conditioners and water heaters.
Get 75% savings on a home energy audit plus rebates up to $2,000 per home when you choose to make recommended improvements.
Get your quick home energy check-up for free when you allow the Pepco-qualified surveyor to install your choice of five energy-saving products, also for free.
Enroll in a peak energy cycling program and receive a free programmable thermostat.
Caulking, weatherstripping and other home insulation services for income-qualified residents. Program applies to both renters and homeowners.
Residents and businesses can become a certified solar facility and receive a credit for every kilowatt-hour of electricity produced. This program is designed to satisfy the demand for renewable energy in Maryland’s Renewable Energy Portfolio.
Financial assistance for residents who install solar photovoltaic, solar water heating, geothermal heat pump and wind turbine systems.
Federal Income Tax Credits up to $500 for improving home energy efficiency by installing biomass stoves, HVAC, insulation, windows and doors, water heaters and roofs. Expires at the end of December 31, 2013.
Federal Income Tax Credits up to 30% with no upper limit for installing geothermal heat pumps, solar water heaters, solar photovoltaic panels, small wind turbine systems. Applies to existing homes and new construction, principal residences and second homes. Expires December 31, 2016.
Buildings can qualify for tax credits by meeting certain Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) criteria.