We provide energy
efficiency programs as resources for our builder and inspector customers to
succeed in their businesses whether working on business or residential projects.
To learn more about available programs please select your state below.
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, call the Delaware Energy Office at
To learn more about these systems visit: http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov/energy/services/GreenEnergy/Pages/GEPDelmarva_F.aspx.
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
For more information about the Delaware Weatherization Assistance Program,
please visit http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov/energy/services/otherservices/Pages/WAP-HomeF.aspx.
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
To learn more about this please visit:
The 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.
For more information about the Maryland Weatherization Assistance Program,
please visit http://www.dhr.state.md.us/how/energy/wap.htm.