Sustainable Energy will stop accepting ALL Clean Energy Program grant applications beginning June 24, 2022 and issue final fiscal year 2022 pre-qualifications on June 30, 2022. This moratorium is due to the mandatory fiscal year close-out process and relocation of Sustainable Energy to a new agency in fiscal year 2023. We will update the website and other communication channels when the moratorium has been lifted and new applications are being accepted.
This grant award, coupled with state energy incentives, provides assistance to residents to access the benefits of solar photovoltaic (PV) and/or solar water heater upon the successful implementation of energy-efficiency (electricity and natural gas) measures. It also builds on Maryland and Prince George’s County’s energy-efficiency and carbon reduction goals and will help in making our County more energy resilient, using a holistic approach to break energy and cost barriers.
Solar Grant Eligibility
To qualify for the grant award, homeowners must:
Be a Prince George’s County resident
Be a Pepco customer as evidenced by a copy of a recent (i.e. within 3 months) utility bill.
Paper copies of the bills are typically mailed to the customer's address on record. For Pepco customers with internet access, account information is available via Pepco’s account portal here.
Live in a single-family, townhouse residence, or condominium that is individually metered (built before March 23, 2016), in one of the following designated Energy Resiliency Communities (ERC): Bladensburg - East Riverdale; Forestville; Hillcrest Heights - Marlow Heights; Kentland - Palmer Park; Oxon Hill – Glassmanor; Silver Hill; Suitland - Coral Hills; Langley Park; and Woodlawn – West Lanham.
To confirm you are in one of the ERC communities, look up your address by using the ERC Address Locator here. Please note the ERC Address Locator is the definitive tool for determining the eligibility of an application.
Have proof of successful completion and implementation of energy efficiency measures through a comprehensive whole-house energy audit by a trained Contractor that is actively certified by the Building Performance Institute (BPI) on or after March 23, 2016, or awarded Sustainable Energy Efficiency grant.