Enhance tenant comfort and improve your bottom line with FREE energy-saving products and incentives for common areas and tenant units.
An energy advisor will assess your property’s energy use and recommend ways you and your tenants can save money and energy.
FREE Energy Saving Products
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"It’s been a great experience. Just to be able to see and feel the difference in the building – that was amazing. The upgrades and the boiler system all worked to control temperatures and keep the building more comfortable."
- Marcia E., Property Owner and Manager
"The energy saving upgrades have been tremendous for our income eligible tenants. The improved insulation, appliances, lighting and heating systems have gone a long way to making our apartments more comfortable and affordable. The savings on utility bills have really helped during these times."
-Tonia H., Property Manager, North Lake Farms
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded in compliance with state law.
Offers are subject to change.
Planning a larger project? Save with incentives on energy-saving improvements that will help lower costs in the long-term. Incentives may be available for the following measures:
If you choose to implement a large project recommended from your assessment, our team will help you select cost-effective solutions and manage bids from qualified EE Service Providers. We will provide ongoing construction oversight, guidance throughout the project, and will follow up with you once work is complete.
ComEd partners with Elevate and Community Action Agencies to provide income eligible multi-family energy upgrades. Landlords and property managers can:
Eligibility is based on where your building is located (census tract) or if your tenants qualify within program income eligibility guidelines. Elevate or the Community Action Agency will help you identify whether your property is eligible.
The chart below describes the maximum qualifying household income for most of the Chicago metropolitan area. A majority of tenants in your property would need to fall within the guidelines.
Affordable housing developers can receive technical guidance and incentives for enhancing energy efficiency in new construction or major renovation projects (updating two or more building systems) that serve income-eligible residents. Find more details
Multi-Family Assessment FAQs.
See how energy upgrades helped a six-unit property owner.