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Go Electric

​Go Electric is a comprehensive offering that helps save you money and reduces your overall energy usage by replacing fossil fueled appliances and heating and cooling systems with electric appliances and systems, at little or no cost to you.


  • Save money on your energy bills. Go Electric can help eliminate your natural gas or propane bill.  
  • Reduce energy usage with new, efficient electric equipment and upgrades.  
  • Enhance the comfort of your home. 
  • All-electric living promotes less air pollution and a healthier tomorrow for future generations.


You can reduce energy usage by receiving the following improvements for FREE*: 

  • Air source heat pump: provides highly efficient electric heating and cooling by transferring heat from the surrounding environment, rather than generating it. To heat a home, heat pumps pull heat from the outside environment and move it indoors, and to cool a home, heat pumps transfer heat from the indoor air to the outside environment.  
  • Heat pump water heater: efficiently heats water using electricity to pull heat from the surrounding air and transferring it to the water enclosed in the storage tank. Use less energy and reduce emissions to heat your water. Traditional ENERGY STAR® electric water heaters are also available. 
  • Induction cooking range: uses electromagnetism to heat pots and pans. Get faster cooking times and less wasted heat.  
  • Heat pump clothes dryer: recycle air through an evaporator to remove moisture without losing heat. These units create zero gas emissions in your home, use less energy, and are easy to install since they do not require ventilation. Traditional ENERGY STAR® electric clothes dryers are also available. 
  • Weatherization: protect your home or building from the elements and enhance comfort by sealing air leaks and insulating your attic and walls.  
  • Receive more all-electric products!

*There is no cost for single-family customers to participate.  Income-eligible and public housing multi-family building owners (not tenants) may have a co-pay for certain measures.


Single Family 

ComEd customers living in single-family homes must meet additional criteria, including but not limited to household income eligibility requirements.  

Property Owners 

Public Housing Authorities and owners of multi-family buildings (3 units or more) located in an income eligible census tract based on density of population with household incomes at or below 80% Area Median Income (AMI) may be eligible.  If properties are not in an income eligible census tract, they may qualify through secondary qualification criteria.  A program representative can help determine eligibility for the offering.    

Income Eligibility

To qualify, total household income must be at or below 80% Area Median Income (AMI).

The chart below describes the maximum qualifying household income for most of the Chicago metropolitan area. For building owners, a portion of tenants in your property would need to fall within these guidelines as defined by the eligible census tract or secondary qualification criteria.

Number of People in Household
Max Household Income
10 $123,400 

Call us at 855-433-2700 and we'll help determine if you qualify.

Certain eligibility restrictions may apply. Customers who do not meet the requirements for this offering may be eligible for alternative offerings.

Call Today to See If You Qualify

For more information on Go Electric call 855-433-2700. After completing the screening process, you may be scheduled for an assessment to be evaluated for energy efficiency improvements. 

Check out our Go Electric FAQ page for more information and offering details.

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