If you're spending too much on your energy bills, receiving an energy audit, insulation, or air sealing to your home can help reduce costs and increase efficiency for your home. Once you have an audit completed, we will identify if you qualify for a rebate.
After the work is finished, we will complete the submission of the paperwork to the utility program manager, and you'll receive your check about 8-10 weeks from the utility.
In addition to performing your energy audit with state-of-the-art equipment, creating a computer analysis, and proposing energy upgrades to improve your efficiency and comfort, we will also assist you in completing any paperwork that is required for you to receive rebate or incentive money.
The State of Maryland is offering rebates on energy audits and improvement work through EmPOWER MD. With these incentives, you'll pay just $100 for a full energy audit and receive 50% back on all energy efficiency improvements, up to $2,000. In addition, ESG can secure low-interest financing that makes it cost-effective to retrofit your home to improve its efficiency and comfort. Learn more.
|Eligible Measure||Home Performance with Energy Star Improvement||Incentive|
|Air sealing &|
|Achieve 20% reduction in air leakage to make home breathe in a more efficient and healthy manner|| |
50% of cost
|Attic insulation||Increase existing insulation to R49.|
(original insulation must be below R20)
any eligible energy efficient measure
|Examples include but are not limited to:|
attic slope and/or wall insulation, rim joist insulation, insulation of cantilevered exterior walls
|*Eligibility for rebates requires that a home energy audit is performed prior to the work and the energy saving measures implemented are those described in the post-audit Beacon Report.|
Our utility rebate programs throughout the state of Maryland help ensure you're able to maintain a comfortable home environment without breaking your budget. There are incentives and tax credits available for most energy efficient home improvements, including an attic or home insulation.
The utility companies participating in this program are: