Build Energy Efficiency into Your Multi-family PropertyLearn how you can start reducing energy usage in your multifamily property and save money, while enhancing tenant comfort and increasing property value. Plus, you can earn incentives for making energy efficient improvements.Choose Your WayThere are three ways you can improve the energy efficiency of your building and receive upgrades. During an appointment, a specially trained Energy Analyst will conduct a visual inspection of your common areas and each residential unit. The Energy Analyst will identify and show you simple ways you can improve your energy efficiency.Multi-family Check-up: Provide direct install measures in unit such as ENERGY STAR certified LED bulbs, smart power strips, and water saving measures at no additional cost.Multi-family Home Performance with ENERGY STAR®: Provide incentives for deeper retrofits such as insulation and air sealing measures, replacement of heating and cooling systems, and water heating systems.Multi-family Commercial and Industrial: Provide energy efficient upgrades to common areas such as lighting and chillers on commercial metered properties. Following your appointment, you will receive a detailed report on the energy efficiency equipment installed and the associated energy savings. You also will receive recommendations for improving the safety and durability of the building and its equipment.See our program brochure (also in Spanish) to learn more. Interested in taking the next step towards energy efficiency in your property? Email us at ACEEnergyEfficiency@icf.com.Energy Analyst Health and Safety ProtocolsAll Atlantic City Electric contractors have implemented health and safety protocols that meet or exceed public health guidelines. These protocols keep technicians safe and can help protect you and your family. They include (but are not limited to) maintain a minimum of six feet of social distance, wearing face masks and other protective equipment, technician wellness screenings, handwashing throughout the day, and sanitizing equipment and electronics before and between service calls. When scheduling your appointment, ask your contractor about other specific health and safety questions or concerns you may have.Are You a Renter?Ask your property owner or manager to contact Atlantic City Electric about the Multi-family Program today, and you could be on your way to reducing your home energy costs. If you prefer, email us at ACEEnergyEfficiency@icf.com and our team can contact your property owner or manager.