Your Utility

The Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility works in cooperation with all of Delaware’s energy providers to bring Energize Delaware’s programs to homes, businesses, non-profits, government facilities and schools.

Below, you can find information about the energy saving programs offered by your utility, as well as links to their websites for more detailed information.


Delmarva Power

As public concern about ecosystems, changing habitats, pollution and land management continues to grow, Delmarva Power remains committed to sustainable conservation and restoration initiatives as integral parts of our business operations. Delmarva supports renewable energy and we partner with our customers to ensure safe and reliable interconnection of renewable alternatives into the electric grid.

 

Delmarva Power recognizes the immediate need for us to explore and invest in alternative forms of energy given today’s environmental challenges. That is why we are committed to seeking low-cost, environmentally-friendly solutions for our customers. 

- Gary Stockbridge, President of the Delmarva Power Region

Renewable energy news and useful links for residential customers page:
www.delmarva.com/my-home/save-money-and-conserve-energy/

Renewable energy news and useful links for business customers page:
www.delmarva.com/my-business/save-money-and-conserve-energy/


CHesapeake Utilities

At Chesapeake Utilities, our goal is to continue to provide solutions for more efficient energy use. We strive to help our customers save energy, save money and reduce the impact of their energy use on the environment. Our commitment is to deliver clean and efficient energy solutions responsibly and effectively.

We take pride in helping our customers and communities reduce their carbon footprint. We provide them with a variety of options to accomplish this such as energy efficiency awareness, conservation efforts and savings and rebate information.

Energy Efficiency Page:
www.chpk.com/our-customers/energy-efficiency/


Delaware Electric Cooperative

Delaware Electric Cooperative was formed in 1936 by a group of farmers in southern Delaware. The major utilities at the time wouldn’t invest the capital to expand the electrical infrastructure to rural areas, so farmers formed a non-profit utility and financed rural electrification themselves. The Co-op has changed a lot since the 1930s, but we are still member-owned. Any profits or margins we post are returned to those we serve and every decision that’s made at the Co-op is made in the best interest of our members.

Today, Delaware Electric Cooperative is a nationally recognized utility with a reputation for innovation and a dedication to providing members with energy that is reliable, affordable and, most importantly, sustainable.

DEC’s Energy Savings Programs page:
www.delaware.coop/saving-energy-programs

DEC’s Delaware Energy Grants page:
www.delaware.coop/energy-saving-programs/energy-grants

DEC’s Heat Pump Water Heater Grants page:
Delaware Electric Cooperative is offering a $300 cash rebate on ENERGYSTAR® qualified heat pump water heaters, which can be two
to three times more efficient than traditional electric water heaters.
http://www.delaware.coop/sites/default/files/Heat%20Pump%20Water%20Heater%20Grant%202016.pdf


Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation

 

The Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation (DEMEC) represents and serves the nine municipal electric distribution utilities located in the State of Delaware.

Members of DEMEC are the cities and towns of Clayton, Dover, Lewes, Middletown, Milford, New Castle, Newark, Seaford and Smyrna. Collectively, they serve over 125,000 residents and businesses in their respective communities.

DEMEC is a leader in the development of renewable energy and energy efficiency in the communities they serve. DEMEC has made significant long-term investments in Renewable Energy. 

Energy Conservation and Renewable Energy Program Page:
www.demecinc.net/Conservation/

The Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation and its member municipal electric utilities offer these resources and incentives to reduce energy usage:

  • Demand Response – This program provides incentives for commercial and industrial customers to reduce electric usage during peak periods typically during the summer and very cold winter months.
  • Green Energy Grants - This program provides incentives for residential, commercial and industrial customers who wish to install renewable energy systems that use solar, wind, and geothermal energy.
  • Energy Depot – This residential program provides resources to self-evaluate home energy usage. It helps customer target behaviors and appliances that cost the most to use.  

Energy Efficiency Incentives and Tax Credits page:
www.demecinc.net/Energy-Efficiency-Incentives/Credits/
This link provides a list of resources and incentives offered by the United States Federal Government, State of Delaware, and Sustainable Energy Utility to reduce energy usage.