Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility (DESEU) is who we are—a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization created by the State of Delaware. Through our many Energize Delaware programs, we help residents, businesses, farmers, schools, religious organizations, nonprofits, hospitals and local governments save money. We do it by providing access to high-efficiency heating, cooling, ventilation and insulation technologies at little or no cost.
Making Homes More Comfortable and Affordable.
Our programs help improve your home’s coziness and safety while reducing its energy consumption. In-home energy audits identify exactly what’s needed—from new insulation, windows or doors to higher-efficiency appliances and HVAC equipment. All to make your home more comfortable and affordable.See our residential programs
Improving Bottom Lines For Businesses, Government and Nonprofits.
We also help companies, governments, nonprofits and faith-based organizations save energy and money. We provide commercial-grade energy audits and recommendations, revolving loan and energy investment funds, grants for clean solar and geothermal energy, and other initiatives.See our nonresidential programs
Some of Our Featured Programs:
Zero-energy modular homes feature durable construction and solar electricity. Homeowners pay no electric or heating costs.
Home Performance with ENERGY STAR takes a whole-house approach to finding where you may be losing energy. We then recommend what to do and show you the resulting savings you can expect.
With this program, businesses can borrow from $10,000 up to $2,000,000 per project, with attractive terms and interest rates for energy efficiency measures and renewable energy initiatives.
Our Valued partners.
Energize Delaware partners with utilities, public-advocacy and community-action groups, and other organizations. Together, we offer our programs to people statewide to help protect against volatile energy prices, reduce the environmental impact of energy production and lead Delaware to a sustainable energy future.Our Partners
The latest on energize delaware news and initiatives.
Energize Delaware announced today that applications for the Empowerment Grant Program (EGP) will now be accepted from both for-profit and non-profit organizations, with an expected award schedule of late Spring 2020. The first level of grants to be accepted will be for the Large-Scale Grant type, for which applicants will be able to apply for…Read More
Energize Delaware is pleased to announce they have recently hired James Purcell to be the Grant Manager for the new Empowerment Grant Program. The Empowerment Grant is being financed with $4 million in merger settlement funds approved by the Delaware Public Service Commission’s authorizing of the Delmarva Power and Exelon merger agreement. As the managing…Read More