Energy Conservation Programs
Enjoy the Rewards of Energy Efficiency
Delmarva is committed to helping our customers conserve energy and choose energy efficient products. To learn more about available programs please click on the links below.
- The Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy website, brought to you by the U.S. Department of Energy describes some of the clean and renewable energy systems that you can acquire for your home or business.
- Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency is a comprehensive source of information on state, local, utility, and federal incentives that promote renewable energy and energy efficiency.
- The Alliance to Save Energy offers an interactive Home Energy Checkup that provides instant feedback, and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) also offer interactive web tools. With these resources, you can save money and increase comfort in your home while reducing energy use and pollution at the same time! You can select from among 14 kinds of energy efficiency choices, see how much money and pollution you can save, find out where to get energy efficient products, and get tips on how to act on your choices. Click to start your home energy audit now!
- The Delaware Energy Office in the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control administers the Green Energy Program, which is available only to customers of Delmarva Power. This program offers grants to reduce the cost of purchasing qualified clean energy equipment for your home or business. Funds are limited, so act fast to reserve your grant! To get started, or for more information, visit the website or call the Delaware Energy Office at (302) 739-1530.
- The Delaware Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) installs energy efficiency improvements in the homes of low-income persons and households to reduce their energy burden, lower their energy costs and improve their health and safety in the home. The Division of State Services (DSSC) administers the program under contracts with Neighborhood House, Inc., which operates weatherization projects in New Castle County, and First State Community Action Agency, which operate projects in Kent and Sussex Counties.
- The Maryland Energy Administration programs provide benefits through increasing energy efficiency, decreasing harmful environmental impacts and helping to secure our energy future. Several state programs and laws offer Maryland residents an opportunity to save energy (and money!).
- The Maryland Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) provides home weatherization services such as weather stripping, caulking, plastic window covering, etc. to help make your home or apartment more fuel efficient and comfortable at no cost to eligible families.
- Get Energy Active is sponsored but the Edison Electric Institute (EEI). Organized in 1933, EEI is the association of U.S. shareholder-owned electric companies. Today the nation’s demand for electricity is at an all-time high – and is projected to grow at least 40 percent within the next 25 years. America’s electric companies are taking smart steps now to plan for the future. Through getenergyactive.org you can read EEI’s latest newsletter, watch their videos or visit the discussion board to learn why a smart electric future benefits us all.