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Energy Efficient MD
The 2008 EmPOWER Maryland Act set an ambitious goal to reduce Maryland's energy consumption 15% by 2015. To help achieve this goal, the state's five utility companies offer their customers a suite of programs to improve the energy efficiency of their homes and businesses. The utilities offer a number of resources, many of which do not require a major financial investment and result in significant energy and cost savings over time.
Programs include lighting and appliance rebates for homeowners, home energy check-ups and audits, low-income energy efficiency assistance, commercial lighting rebates, energy efficiency services for industrial facilities, and "whole home" performance improvement rebates. Find the programs offered by your utility company by clicking the links below.
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