Green for Green
Green for Green Program
The new Green for Green Program offers Delaware new home buyers rebates of $1,000 to $4,500 for homes upgraded to national standards for energy efficiency, water conservation, indoor air quality, building materials and other conservation-oriented, energy-saving features. Homeowners can save from $21 to $47 a month on average, or up to 36 percent, on an average monthly electric bill!
Developed jointly with the Home Builders Association of Delaware, the rebate is available for homes in Delaware's designated growth areas. Funded by the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), the rebates will fund energy upgrades for approximately 200 homes throughout the state.
Who can participate?
- Any Builder in Delaware can apply for homes being built in Delaware, based on the rules and terms of this program.
- All Buyers of new construction or to-be-built homes may ask their builder to apply for the Green for Green rebate program on their behalf.
How much are the rebates?
To qualify for a rebate, you will need to build your home to one of the following certification program standards. You should consult with your builder to determine which green features in your new home will meet the minimum criteria below:
- There are three (3) standards to choose from:
For more information see the links below: