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EmPOWER Maryland Low Income Energy Efficiency Program

C.A.R.E. Property Services / EmPOWER Maryland Low Income Energy Efficiency Program



Repairs and upgrades to a home can significantly reduce energy use throughout the year, which can give you a more comfortable home, lower monthly power bills and improve air quality and family health. Maryland’s EmPOWER Program helps low-income households with installation of materials and equipment at no charge.


To be eligible to receive energy efficiency upgrades to your home, you need to:


Meet Income Qualifications.

Your household income needs to be lower than the limits based on household size, as shown in the table below.


Be An Eligible Utility Customer.

You must have a utility account with one of five participating companies – BGE, Delmarva Power, FirstEnergy, Pepco or SMECO.

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Household Income Limits for Maryland’s EmPOWER Program

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Once we have determined that your household is eligible to participate in the program, you will be contacted by a local agency that will schedule a time for your home to receive an energy audit. The audit will prioritize the most effective ways to reduce your energy costs while increasing comfort. The local agency will discuss the results of the energy audit with you and schedule a contractor to come out to your home to complete the recommended work. As part of this process, the local agency will ask you to share information on your energy bills and may talk to you about things that you and your family can do to save even more energy. After the energy efficiency upgrades have been made to your home, the local agency will conduct another evaluation of your home to ensure that your home is operating more efficiently.

The program may provide the following improvements to make your home safer, healthier and more energy efficient:

Insulation in the attic, floors and walls

Hot water system improvements

Lighting retrofits

Furnace cleaning, tuning and safety repairs

Refrigerator retrofit, if applicable

Health and safety items