ComEd relies on trade professionals, including installing contractors, new home builders and HERS raters to help raise awareness of ComEd residential energy efficiency offerings. These professionals are referred to as trade allies. Trade allies work with homeowners to identify and implement energy efficiency improvements and apply for available rebates. If you’re in the business of helping homeowners save energy, you should become a ComEd Energy Efficiency trade ally.
To offer heating and cooling rebates to ComEd residential delivery service customers, enroll in the ComEd Energy Efficiency trade ally network by submitting the completed
Trade Ally Application (pdf) and meet with a program associate.
To offer weatherization rebates for air sealing, insulation, duct sealing and attic sealing, a contractor must become an approved weatherization contractor, which requires an additional agreement with the program and meeting certain requirements. Approved weatherization contractors must maintain certification by the Building Performance Institute (BPI) for both Building Analyst and Building Envelope. They must re-certify every three years and take a minimum of 12 hours of continuing education training each year to maintain current certification.
As a ComEd energy efficiency trade ally, you must comply with all ComEd Energy Efficiency Program terms and conditions, maintain good customer service ratings and represent the program accurately. View the
Heating & Cooling Rebates FAQ and the
Weatherization Rebates FAQ for more info.
Heating & Cooling Rebates Menu (pdf) for a list of rebates available. Review the requirements in the
Rebates Eligibility Catalog (pdf).
Use the online
Heating and Cooling Rebates Application to complete the rebate process for each project that qualifies for a rebate. You can check status and history online of all rebate applications you have submitted.
If preferred, you can download and complete a printable copy of the
Heating and Cooling Rebates Application (pdf) and submit via mail or