Enhance tenant comfort and improve your bottom line with FREE energy-saving products and incentives for common areas and tenant units.
Owners of multi-family buildings (3 units or more) and Public Housing Authorities are eligible for a FREE energy assessment that will help you understand how your property uses energy and recommend ways you and your tenants can save money and energy. Owners whose property is less than three units can refer to the
Home Energy Savings offering.
FREE & Discounted Energy Saving Products
How to Apply
Multi-Family Energy Savings Portal or call
1-855-433-2700 to schedule your assessment.
"KCHA takes advantage of all the ComEd programs that it can. The product is great, the workmanship is very professional, and the end result - energy savings - is ultimately acheived. You cannot go wrong."
- Randy M., Kankakee County Housing Authority
"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
Questions? View the
Multi-Family Savings FAQs
Property owners and managers: establish agreements with ComEd to provide uninterrupted electric service to your units. Visit the
Property Manager Portal.
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded in compliance with state law.
Offers are subject to change.
Small changes can lead to big savings for you and your tenants. Take advantage of FREE energy-saving products, installed for FREE in tenant units and common areas.
*Certain eligibility restrictions may apply. Properties who do not qualify as income eligible can still purchase smart thermostats at discount with a co-pay. Installed products may vary.
Save with deeply incentivized, and in some cases FREE* energy-saving upgrades that will help lower operating costs in the long-term. Incentives may be available for the following improvements:
If you choose to implement a project recommended from your assessment, a single point of contact will be assigned to serve you throughout the entire project to help you select cost-effective solutions and manage bids from qualified Energy Efficiency Service Providers. We will provide ongoing construction oversight, project guidance, and will follow up with you once work is complete. If you choose to implement multiple projects, the same single point of contact will also assist you.
*Income Eligible qualified properties may receive free upgrades and higher incentives for retrofits. Installed products may vary.
Participate with just three easy steps:
Visit the Multi-Family Energy Savings Portal or call ComEd at 1-855-433-2700 to get started.
Multi-Family Energy Savings offerings are available for multi-family properties with three or more residential units and Public Housing Authorities. Building must have ComEd residential delivery service. Renters in these building types cannot participate, but if interested renters can ask their property owner to schedule a FREE energy assessment for the building(s).
Additional products and incentives may be available to income eligible qualified properties.
To qualify: properties must be located in an income eligible census tract, based on density of population with household incomes at or below 80% Area Median Income (AMI). If properties are not in an income eligible census tract, they can qualify by meeting secondary qualification criteria.
AMI varies, depending on where a property is located within the ComEd service territory. The chart below describes the maximum qualifying household income for most of the Chicago metropolitan area. A portion of tenants in your property would need to fall within these guidelines.
Visit the Multi-Family Energy Savings Portal or call ComEd at 1-855-433-2700 to find out more information and verify your eligibility.
Multi-Family Assessment FAQs.
See how energy upgrades helped a six-unit property owner.