Pepco MD and Washington DC - Other Resources

Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency®:
A robust search engine to assist you in finding local, state, and federal rebates, incentives, and tax credits.

MotorMaster+ Tool:
The MotorMaster+ software tool allows you to diagnose the energy use of your motor-driven system and identify ways to improve its energy efficiency. Learn more about the software here and download it here.

U.S. Department of Energy:
The U.S. Department of Energy provides an abundance of resources and information on energy efficiency, energy source, clean energy, and more. Included is data and resources for Maryland and Washington DC.

Maryland Energy Administration:
The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) has a mission to promote affordable, reliable and cleaner energy that benefit all Marylanders. MEA’s website includes FAQs, information, and resources on energy.

EmPOWER Maryland:
Under the "EmPOWER Maryland" initiative, the State has worked to reduce energy consumption by 15 percent. Programs include lighting and appliance rebates for homeowners, Home Performance with ENERGY STAR (including home energy assessments and 50% rebates for energy improvements like insulation and air sealing), commercial lighting rebates, and energy efficiency services for industrial facilities.

Jane E. Lawton Conservation Loan Program (JELLP):
JELLP provides eligible borrowers with loans that typically range from $50,000 - $500,000 to identify and install energy conservation measures and improvements in their facilities. Borrowers can then use the cost savings generated by added improvements as the primary source of revenue for repaying the loans.

ENERGY STAR tools and resources help businesses determine cost-effective approaches to managing energy use in their buildings and plants—enabling the private sector to save energy, increase profits, and strengthen their competitiveness.

District of Columbia Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU)
The District of Columbia Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU) helps DC residents and businesses use less energy and save money. Since 2011, the DCSEU has delivered financial incentives, technical assistance, and information to tens of thousands of District residents and businesses, helping them to save millions of dollars on their energy costs.

Commercial Energy Incentives and Resources from the Department of Environmental Protection, Montgomery County, MD :
The resources on this page can help commercial property owners gain a better understanding of energy use in their buildings and learn about available incentives to improve the economics of energy efficiency and renewable energy upgrades.

EmPOWER Maryland programs are funded by a charge on your energy bill. EmPOWER programs can help you reduce your energy consumption and save you money. To learn more about EmPOWER and how you can participate, go to