Government & Non-Profit Incentives
Utility Incentives


energy resourcesMy Green Montgomery Green Projects: Energy: Every step you take to improve your home’s energy efficiency reduces greenhouse gases and dependence on fossil fuels, and helps save you money. This page allows viewers to compare difficulty, cost, and green impact for various green projects. It also provides links to resources, incentives, and frequently asked questions about completing each project.

Montgomery County Energy-Wise Homes: This site is a resource page for residents to reduce energy usage at home, decrease environmental impact, and save money.

Maryland Clean Energy Center: The Maryland Clean Energy Center encourages the transformation of the energy economy with programs that catalyze the growth of businesses, increase related “green collar” jobs, and make clean energy technologies, products, and services affordable, accessible, and easy to implement for Maryland residents.

Maryland Energy Administration: The Maryland Energy Administration promotes affordable, reliable, clean energy programs and policies, and provides information and resources for residents and businesses.

Sprout LightbulbMaryland Home Performance: Sponsored by Energy Star, this page is a resource to help you find a certified Maryland contractor for your home’s energy, comfort, health & safety needs.

Energy Saver, U.S. Department of Energy: Tips and tricks on saving energy, from small changes to big projects, are provided. Topics include home weatherization, reducing electricity usage, and saving on home heating and cooling costs.

Energy Star: A joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy helps us all save money and protect the environment through energy efficient products and practices.

Home Energy Saver: The energy saver calculator allows consumers to identify the best ways to save energy in their homes, and helps them find the resources to make it happen.


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Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection Financial Incentives: Viewers are provided with a list of incentives and tax credits available for residents and small businesses in Montgomery County.

emPower Maryland Low Income Energy Efficiency Program: Helps low income households with installation of energy conservation materials in their homes free of charge.

Residential Clean Energy Grant Program: Formerly the Maryland Solar Energy Grant Program, this state-run incentive program helps homeowners invest in clean energy by providing grants for solar voltaic systems, solar water heaters, geothermal heating and cooling, and wind turbine systems.

Maryland Energy Administration – Residential: The Maryland Energy Administration’s goal is to help residents save money and energy through incentives, energy efficiency projects, and access to information and resources.

Maryland Energy Administration – Business: The Maryland Energy Administration coordinates with industrial projects, farms, and small businesses throughout the state to recommend energy saving practices and identify affordable ways businesses can install renewable energy systems. The page includes links to incentives and further information and resources.

Piggy bankMaryland Clean Energy Center – Programs and Incentives: Information about the Maryland Clean Energy Center and other programs’ incentives.

All Maryland Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency: This site provides a database with all available incentives for small businesses, corporations, and individuals to invest in renewable energy and efficiency programs.

Maryland Home Energy Loan Program: Get a loan of up to $30,000 at a 6.99% interest rate for home energy efficiency improvements.

Habitat for Humanity Weatherization Services: Montgomery County homeowners who are income qualified may be eligible for low or no-cost weatherization services from Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County.

Common Cents Solar: An organization that helps to facilitate solar energy projects to benefit the local community and the planet.

Groundswell: Groundswell works with mission-based organizations to help them use their collective buying power to purchase clean energy at a reduced rate.


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BGE Home Energy Checkup: Get your quick home energy checkup for free when you allow the BGE check-up professional to install your choice of five energy-saving products, also for free.

BGE Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Audit: Get a rebate on a home energy audit and rebates on suggested improvements.

BGE Lighting & Appliance Rebates: Receive a rebate on the purchase of ENERGY STAR qualified CFLs, fixtures, refrigerators, room air conditioners, and washing machines.

BGE Limited Income Energy Efficiency Program: Income-qualified homeowners are provided with a variety of energy saving services, and quality home improvements at no additional cost.

BGE Peak Rewards – Programmable Thermostat: Get a free programmable thermostat installed and an incentive for allowing BGE to cycle your air conditioner.

BGE Smart Energy Savers Program: Heating & Cooling: Rebates offer up to $1,150 on duct sealing, new equipment, and HVAC tune-ups for single-family homes.

Pepco Quick Home Energy Checkup: Get your quick home energy checkup for free when you allow the Pepco qualified surveyor to install your choice of five energy-saving products, also for free.

Pepco Appliance Rebates: Get rebates between $25 and $300 on new ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators, room air conditioners, and water heaters.

pig-under-pvPepco Energy Wise Rewards: Programmable Thermostat: Enroll in a peak energy cycling program and receive a free programmable thermostat.

Pepco Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Audit: Get 75% savings on a home energy audit plus rebates up to $2,000 per home when you choose to make recommended improvements.

Pepco HVAC Efficiency Program: Receive a rebate for an HVAC tune-up or money towards a new HVAC system.

Pepco Lighting Program: Save $1.50 on single ENERGY STAR qualified CFLs and $3.00 on multi-packs at participating retailers.

Potomac Edison Energy Efficient Products Program: Get rebates on new ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators, room air conditioners, washing machines and dryers, dishwashers, programmable thermostats, water heaters, CFLs, and more.

Potomac Edison Home Performance with ENERGY STAR: Homeowners are offered subsidized home energy audits and rebates on home energy efficiency improvements.

Potomac Edison Low Income Customer Program: Have your home reviewed for energy-efficient solutions and get some of them installed right away for free.

Potomac Edison Quick Home Energy Checkup: Potomac Edison quick home energy checkups are designed to help customers make simple, energy-efficient changes to their homes at no additional cost.

Potomac Edison Residential HVAC Program: Customers can get their HVAC tuned up for $100, or get up to $500 for installing an energy-efficient HVAC system.


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Avalon Energy Services, LLC: Avalon Energy Services provides services as a residential energy auditor, commercial energy auditor and licensed energy broker, and energy consulting.

CMC Energy Services: CMC’s home energy audit will show you what energy upgrades you need, what they will cost, and how you can pay for the upgrades from your energy savings.

Pepco’s Trade Ally Network: A list of experienced energy efficiency contractors, distributors, and other professionals is provided. All Trade Allies listed on the site are required to go through an approval process prior to being listed.

Solar Energy Services, Inc.: This company provides solar energy services, including solar electric, solar water heating, and solar pool heating for residential and commercial applications.

Sunnovations: Sunnovations is a company that provides solar hot water heaters and smart solar hot water monitoring systems for homes.

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