We’re committed to helping families and communities recover from today’s economic challenges. Federal & State Assistance is now available to assist eligible customers pay past-due bills through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (until May 31st). Learn more about LIHEAP and other programs.
ComEd relies on its partnerships with commercial contractors, engineers and design firms to guide customer understanding of and participation in the ComEd® Energy Efficiency Program offerings. Members of our Energy Efficiency Service Provider Network are trained to work with business and public-sector customers to identify and implement energy efficiency improvements in their buildings.
If you’re in the business of helping businesses save energy, you should be a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider!
Funds are limited and will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.
Prior to any incentive or rebate payout, the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is responsible for verifying that an Energy Efficiency Service Provider or installing contractor is certified, and recertified by the ICC by June 1st each year, for the installation of applicable measures. This does not apply to customers who choose to self-install the applicable measure(s). Information concerning ICC certification and recertification requirements, instructions and rules can be found at: ICC EE Installer Certification.
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded in compliance with state law.
Offers are subject to change.
Determine whether or not you/your company may need to become certified. Learn more
Find out how to join the Energy Efficiency Service Provider Network. Learn more
Apply to become an Energy Efficiency Service Provider. Learn more
Learn what it means to be a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider. Learn more