Energy Tips & Assistance
Conservation & Tips
100 Ways to Improve Your Energy Bill
Read or hear helpful energy tips that can save you money.
Energy Savers provides homeowners with tips for saving energy and money at home and on the road.
The Green Energy Program
Hogbusters Training Camp
For young adults: A series of engaging, interactive games about easy ways to conserve energy.
Tax Credits, Grants, & Rebates
Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit
A taxpayer may claim a credit of 30% of qualified expenditures for a system that serves a dwelling unit located in the United States and used as a residence by the taxpayer.
Delaware Green Energy Program
The Delaware Energy Office offers grants up to 50% of the installed cost of photovoltaic, solar water heating, wind, and geothermal renewable energy technologies.
Delaware 2-1-1 provides one central resource for access to the health and human service organizations that offer the support to make a difference.
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
The Delaware Energy Assistance Program (DEAP) is a federally funded program for eligible low-income families that need help in meeting their costs of home energy. DEAP provides fuel assistance and crisis assistance.
Chesapeake Utilities Sharing Program
The Sharing Program assists elderly, disabled or fixed income households with energy costs. Customer donations and matching shareholder contributions are administered by Catholic Charities in Kent and New Castle counties and by the Salvation Army in Sussex county.
Delmarva Power's Budget Billing
With the Budget Billing option, you can avoid seasonal peaks in your electric and/or natural gas bills by dividing your payments evenly over the course of the entire year.
Delmarva Power's Payment Support Assistance
Information about assistance available to Delmarva Power customers, including information about the Salvation Army's Good Neighbor Program, which helps eligible customers in need.
Did You Know?
Delaware shares a semi-circular border with Pennsylvania. The border was drawn at the time of the original land grants to William Penn from King Charles II and the Duke of York.