Find a ContractorWould you like to save on your energy costs and increase the comfort of your home? You can do both—and receive rebates up to $5,000*—by participating in the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Program.What to ExpectTo get started making your home more energy efficient, schedule a home energy assessment with a Participating Contractor. Contractor fees may vary for this assessment. It is suggested that you contact several contractors before selecting one.Next, a specially trained Participating Contractor will come to your home and perform a comprehensive Home Energy Assessment, which consists of the following:Health and safety check (carbon monoxide levels, moisture, indoor air quality)Overall comfort level (cold/hot spots, indoor air quality, stuffiness, stale odors)Air leakageInsulation levelsHeating and cooling system efficiencyWater heating systemAfter the assessment, you’ll receive a detailed report with recommended improvements to take advantage of available rebates, reduce energy usage and control costs.New Financing Available for Home UpgradesInterested in financing opportunities for home upgrades? You may qualify for 0% interest loans for recommended energy efficient improvements. Find out more about financing options here.In addition to your Home Performance program rebate of up to $5,000, air sealing and insulation work is eligible for a tax credit of 30% of the project cost (up to $1,200) with Inflation Reduction Act federal tax credits. Plus, if you upgrade to a new ENERGY STAR® certified hybrid water heater, you could receive similar federal tax credits (30% of project costs up to $2,000)**. Click here to learn more.Find a ContractorIf you have questions about the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR program or about finding a Participating Contractor, contact us at 1-866-353-0007. Thanks for your patience, as we are actively working on increasing the number of Participating Contractors in this new program.Become a Participating ContractorAre you a contractor interested in signing up for the program? Set your business apart from the competition. Click here to learn how.Eligible customers must have an active residential Atlantic City Electric account and reside in a single-family residence that is not a condominium or apartment (no separately metered units above or below your residence).*Rebate amount based on energy savings achieved at completion of job**Atlantic City Electric is not a qualified tax consultant. This information is not intended as personal tax advice. Please contact a tax professional or CPA to confirm details specific to your qualifications and eligibility or visit www.irs.gov to learn more.