Energy Saving Programs
Neighbors like you are saving energy, money and time in communities across the Ocean State.
Here are all the energy savings programs available to you.
Home Energy Assessments
Where is your home wasting energy? We can help you pinpoint problem areas and make recommendations for insulation, air sealing, lighting, appliances, and more.
Find more ways to save - look at our rebates on appliances, products and more.
Online Home Energy Assessment
Complete a survey about your home so we can provide personalized tips and recommendations for saving energy—it takes just a few minutes.
Natural Gas Heating
Save money on heating equipment now—and on energy for years to come.
Electric Heating and Cooling
Be prepared for every season with all-in-one technology that keeps you comfortable all year round.
Electric and Gas Water Heating
Start saving money right away with rebates on high-efficiency gas and electric water-heating equipment.
Appliances and Electronics
Learn how to retire outdated appliances, purchase new energy saving models, and discover better ways to use electronics.
Appliance Recycling Program
Recycle you old, inefficient fridge or freezer at no cost and receive a rebate check in return.
For Multifamily Properties
Own or manage a property with 5 or more units? A no-cost energy assessment and incentives may be available.
Income Eligible Energy Savings Program
This program is designed to help you enjoy an energy efficient home that’s healthier, more comfortable, and more affordable for you and your family.
Whether you are a homeowner or run a small business, ConnectedSolutions works with connected devices to reduce electric use during periods of high energy demand.
Low-E Storm Windows
Looking to replace your windows? Consider an ENERGY STAR certified Low-E storm window for optimum home insulation at a fraction of the cost of window replacement.
Heat Pump Incentives
Save money, energy and the environment, while increasing your home’s comfort, when you switch to electric heat pumps.
We can help you renovate or build a single-family or multi-family home that has greater comfort, cleaner indoor air quality, and lower energy costs.
Homeowners (and sometimes renters) who purchase energy-efficient appliances and products may be eligible for tax credits. To learn more, click the link below to visit the U.S. Department of Energy's website.
More Programs and Information
Shop a curated selection of energy saving and smart home products such as LEDs, smart thermostats, and advanced power strips.