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ComEd relies on partnerships with residential contractors to help raise awareness and guide customer understanding of ComEd Energy Efficiency Program residential offerings. These professionals are referred to as ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Providers. Our ComEd Service Provider Network is educated and trained to work with homeowners to identify and implement energy efficiency improvements and provide customer guidance on available ComEd Energy Efficiency Rebates.
If you’re in the business of helping homeowners save energy, you should become a ComEd Service Provider.
To offer ComEd Heating and Cooling rebates to ComEd residential delivery service customers, you must enroll in the ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider Network which requires you to: submit an online
Service Provider Application,
complete all ComEd Service Provider certification and documentation requirements, agree to a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider Agreement for the Heating and Cooling offering and meet with a ComEd program associate (by phone, email or in person).
Contractors looking to join the ComEd Service Provider Network must be actively certified as an Energy Efficiency Installer by the Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) and trained on the ComEd Heating and Cooling Rebate program to provide energy efficient options to customers. Additionally, contractors looking to offer ComEd geothermal heat pump rebates, must also be GAOI-certified to install geothermal heat pump systems.
ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Providers have access to a separate online application through the
Service Provider Portal, designed specifically for contractors. The application is for instant rebate applications only.
The Service Provider portal may be used to submit and track instant rebate applications, track rebate submission performance, access educational and marketing materials provided by ComEd and contact the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program team.
Service Provider enrollment for the Residential Heating and Cooling rebate offering today.
HeatingCoolingRebates@ComEd.com for additional support.
To offer weatherization rebates for air sealing, insulation, duct sealing and attic sealing to ComEd residential delivery service customers, contractors must become a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider for the ComEd residential weatherization rebates offering. Service Providers will be required to meet specific program and certification requirements and agree to a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider Agreement. Approved weatherization contractors must maintain certification by the Building Performance Institute (BPI) for both Building Analyst and Building Envelope. Service Providers must re-certify every three years and take a minimum of 12 hours of continuing education training each year to maintain current certification.
Additionally, ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Providers offering weatherization rebates must:
Begin your Service Provider enrollment for the Weatherization rebate offering today.
WeatherizationRebates@ComEd.com for additional support.
As a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider, you must comply with all ComEd Energy Efficiency Program terms and conditions, meet all Service Provider eligibility requirements, maintain good customer service ratings and represent the program accurately.
Residential contractors may view the
Heating & Cooling Rebates FAQ and the
Weatherization Rebates FAQ for more information.
Certain program restrictions apply. Program details are subject to change or cancellation due to funding limits.
Effective January 1, 2018, the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is responsible for verifying that an Energy Efficiency Service Provider
or installing contractor is certified by the ICC for the installation of applicable measures prior to any incentive or rebate payout.
Effective June 1, 2019, ComEd will verify that certified Energy Efficiency Service Providers or installing contractors are recertified
with the ICC. Payment will be withheld if the installing contractor is not recertified by June 1st each year. For more information
concerning the 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.