ComEd offers technical assistance and incentives to developers of affordable housing to help them exceed Illinois Energy Conservation Code.
As a developer of affordable housing, you may be eligible for incentives through the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program. Maximize your opportunity to leverage no-cost energy efficiency expertise and receive incentives by applying early in the design process!
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program affordable housing new construction (AHNC) offering provides technical guidance and incentives for developers of single-family and multi-family new construction and major renovation projects to improve comfort and reduce energy use for income eligible households. This offering continues the affordable housing new construction program previously administered by the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO).
Design and construction of all living space within participant buildings must meet or exceed the ComEd Multi-Family Standard. The standard includes an integrated bundle of energy cost reduction measures (ECMs) designed to deliver significant energy savings over the current Illinois Energy Conservation Code baseline.
The standard includes 13 energy efficiency measures, addressing:
Implement an integrated bundle of energy cost reduction measures designed to deliver significant energy savings to residents of newly built or renovated single-family or multi-family affordable housing.
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Email us at BusinessEE@ComEd.com or PublicSectorEE@ComEd.com
Call us at 1-855-433-2700 during normal business hours to speak with a ComEd Energy Efficiency Program representative.
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded in compliance with state law.