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Maryland Energy Rebates: Pepco, BGE & Potomac Edison
If you make energy efficient improvements, you will not only improve comfort within your home, but you can save money in the process. This is because Maryland utility companies offer rebate programs. By taking advantage of these, you can save 75% or up to $7500. We can help you do this. The entire process starts with an energy audit, which starts at $100 for most homes under 3000 square feet.
Home Energy Saving Solutions is a participating contractor with Maryland’s Home Performance with Energy Star program. We work with the PEPCO, BGE and Potomac Edison rebate programs.
Choose your utility company to review the Maryland energy rebate offers available.
Get up to $7500 in rebates when you increase efficiency and reduce the cost of heating and cooling in your home.
Energy Wise Decisions Can Save You Money
When you make smart choices concerning energy efficiency, you can save as much as 40% on your energy bill. Comfort is increased by reducing conditions such as: drafts, cold floors, dry or humid air, excessive dust, and more. Home Energy Saving Solutions provides services that allow you to participate in rebate programs.
You can explore these services by reading the Energy Audit and Weatherization sections of our website.
Maryland Home Energy Loan Program (MHELP)
The Maryland Clean Energy Center (MCEC) and Mariner Finance offer loans to homeowners within Maryland for the purpose of home energy improvement projects. The goal of these loans is to allow homeowners to make home improvements to their home which will improve comfort, boost property value and reduce energy bills and environmental impact.
Homeowners may be eligible for one of two interest rates. When you get a home energy audit and make the suggested improvements, you qualify for a better rate.
A rate of 6.99% is available to those who complete a home energy audit and suggested improvements. A rate of 9.99% is available to those who only wish to complete equipment upgrades without having an energy audit completed first.