delmarva MD and Washington DC - Other Resources
Search engine for local, state, and federal rebates, incentives, and tax credits
U.S. Department of Energy free software tools, including MotorMaster+ and many other tools to help you select and understand energy-efficient equipment
U.S. Department of Energy and Resources for the State of Maryland and Washington DC
Main Source for Maryland Energy Administration Facts and Programs
Maryland Energy Administration and important facts about Empower Maryland
The Jane E. Lawton Conservation Loan Program (JELLP): Low interest loans for energy efficiency improvements
Includes Portfolio Manager, a useful tool for benchmarking energy use in your building, plus information regarding Federal Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency
If you own or manage a commercial building in the District of Columbia, you may be required to benchmark its energy use under the Clean and Affordable Energy Act of 2008. If needed, please complete the Customer Usage Information Release Form on this page to authorize delmarva to release your facility's historical energy use data to a third party, such as a property management firm, and fax it to delmarva at (202) 872-3225.
Maryland Save Energy Now: Supports EmPOWER Maryland and the energy efficiency efforts of industrial customers.
Montgomery County Commercial/Multifamily Energy-Efficiency Rebate Program: The Commercial/Multifamily Rebate Program, funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, helps businesses, non-profit, faith based organizations and Multifamily communities overcome the financial barriers to implementing improvements that can save energy and reduce operating costs.

These programs support EmPOWER Maryland administered by the Maryland Energy Administration.