Home Performance With ENERGY STAR® Program
Would you like to save on your energy costs and increase the comfort of your home? You can do both—and receive rebates up to $7,500**—by participating in the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Program.
Through this program, a specially trained Participating Contractor will come to your home and:
- Perform a comprehensive Home Energy Assessment, typically valued at $400, for only $100.***
- Install several simple measures at no additional cost to help you to start saving energy immediately. This may include LED bulbs, water heater pipe wrap(s), ShowerStart™ showerhead adapters, efficient-flow showerheads, faucet aerators and power strips.
- Recommend improvements and available rebates to make your home more energy-efficient, comfortable, healthy and safe.
- Provide you with a detailed report on the potential energy savings you can enjoy by making the recommended improvements.
To get started, find a specially trained Participating Contractor in your area.
Your Energy Coach: A Resource You Can Rely On
If you have questions after getting your assessment, a third-party Energy Coach can explain your options at no cost. This trained energy expert can take you through recommended upgrades from top to bottom, providing a helpful outside perspective and valuable assistance navigating the rebate process.
If you are a contractor, set your business apart from the competition! Learn how to become a Participating Contractor.
Pepco is proud to be a local sponsor of Home Performance with ENERGY STAR, a national program from the U.S. Department of Energy. Learn more about Home Performance with ENERGY STAR.
*Eligible customers must have an active residential Pepco electric account and reside in a single-family residence that is not a condominium or apartment (no separately metered units above or below your residence).
**Rebate amount based on energy savings achieved at completion of job.
***The $100 offer is valid for homes up to 3,000 square feet with a single combustion appliance zone. Audits of larger homes or ones with multiple combustion appliance zones may cost more. Customers should discuss the cost with their selected participating contractor.