The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program provides energy-saving offerings specially designed for income eligible customers to easily improve home and building energy efficiency.
Some offerings allow customers to take control of their own energy costs at home while others are designed for property owners, managers and developers. Either way, eligible customers can reduce energy use and start saving.
Homeowners may qualify to receive free weatherization improvements and free installation of ENERGY STAR® certified LEDs, programmable thermostats, advanced power strips, faucet aerators, showerheads, pipe insulation and more. ComEd has partnered with the Chicago Bungalow Association, the Illinois Home Weatherization Assistance Program (IHWAP) and community action agencies to help customers take advantage of these energy-saving services.
at or below 80% Area Median Income (AMI). AMI varies, depending on where you live within the ComEd service territory. The chart below describes the maximum qualifying household income for most of the Chicago metropolitan area:
Getting started is simple. Contact a program service provider below—they’ll determine if you qualify and help you take your first easy step to energy savings.
ComEd customers may qualify to get home energy upgrades with the Illinois Home Weatherization Assistance Program (IHWAP). Contact your
local community action agency to get started.
If you own and occupy a vintage, single-family home built at least 50 years ago, and your home is located in the City of Chicago, the Chicago Bungalow Association can quickly get you on your way to home energy upgrades. Call
1-312-675-0300 Ext. 14 for details.
Community action agencies help customers become more energy efficient by delivering kits to qualifying customers (view chart above). Kits include products such as energy-saving LEDs, advanced power strip, faucet aerators and more, plus important educational information on energy-saving actions customers can take to reduce their energy bills. Contact your
local community action agency for a kit.
Customers can save money and energy with expanded instant discounts on ENERGY STAR® certified LEDs at their
More than 630 food banks affiliated with Feeding America use their local food pantries to distribute free ENERGY STAR® certified LEDs provided by ComEd.
Building owners and managers whose buildings are designated as income eligible may qualify for comprehensive energy efficiency retrofits in common areas and tenant spaces. Improvements may include free weatherization, ENERGY STAR certified LEDs, programmable thermostats, advanced power strips, boiler tune-ups, and more.
Tenants who live in multi-family residences are encouraged to let their landlord or property manager know about the multi-family energy savings opportunities offered by ComEd.
Property owners and managers can contact Elevate Energy at 1-855-993-0940 to get details on eligibility and next steps.
Public Housing Authorities can receive technical and financial assistance to make energy improvements to their properties. Services include energy assessments and direct installation of high efficiency products such as lighting and thermostats, plus deeper savings measures with HVAC and weatherization. Eligibility is limited to the state of Illinois designated Public Housing Authorities in the ComEd service territory.
Public Housing Authorities can contact Elevate Energy at
1-855-993-0940 for more information.
Affordable housing developers can receive technical guidance and incentives for single-family and multi-family new construction and major renovation projects that increase the energy efficiency for income-eligible households. Education about energy efficiency best practices is an integral part of the program. Incorporation of specific whole-building energy efficiency measures is required.
1-855-433-2700 for details.
Affordable Housing New Construction Application (pdf) Affordable Housing New Construction Overview (pdf) ComEd Multi-Family Standard (pdf)
1-855-433-2700 for more information on the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program
Certain program restrictions apply. Program details are subject to change or cancellation due to funding limits. The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded in compliance with state law.