DC Property assessed clean energy (pACE)
Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) is a financing tool in Washington DC that allows property owners to repay the cost of energy efficiency, water and renewable energy improvements over time through a special assessment placed on the property. DC PACE can cover 100% of project costs with no out-of-pocket payments and offers up to 20 year fixed rate financing at affordable terms for commercial, multi-family, or institutional buildings in DC. Both large and small energy projects can qualify. Visit DCPACE.com or contact us at: email@example.com
DC SUSTAINABLE ENERGY UTILITY (DCSEU)
Homeowners: Energy Use, Appliances, Audits and Insulation, Heating and Cooling, Electronics and Lighting. Incentives, programs and tips on lowering your energy bill exist across theses categories.
Business owners: Efficient Equipment, Affordable Housing and Benchmarking. Incentives, programs and tips exist across theses categories.
Department of energy and the Environment (DOeE)
Energy Assistance and Weatherization: Help with your energy and utility bills through financial assistance, discounts and late bill forgiveness programs. Programs available for both residential and commercial properties.
RiverSmart: Provide financial incentives to help District property owners install green infrastructure such as rain barrels, green roofs, rain gardens, permeable pavement, shade trees, and more. These green infrastructure practices allow rainwater to stay on site and soak into the ground, where natural processes help to remove pollutants. Programs available for both residential and commercial properties.
EnergySmart: A single resource for all you need to know about energy efficiency and renewable energy programs, products and services in the District of Columbia. Energy Smart DC is a single resource for all you need to know about energy efficiency and renewable energy programs, products and services in the District of Columbia.
GreenUp DC: An online tool to help District of Columbia property owners design, plan, and install green projects on their properties. You can lower your bills and protect the environment by saving energy and reducing stormwater runoff.
OFFICE OF PLANNING (OP)
Historic Preservation Home Owner Grants: For low- and moderate-income households living in specific historic districts. Grants will be awarded for exterior repairs, rehabilitation, and structural work on historic properties. Work affecting sides of the house visible from public streets, which makes an appreciable difference in the appearance of the house, is encouraged.