ADVISORY: Effective April 2015, there is currently a delayed payment queue of more than 30 months for the DPL Residential Rebate Program. Please be aware that this payment queue continues to grow as the Division of Energy & Climate is receiving an unprecedented number of applications for rebate incentives. DNREC is currently conducting a comprehensive review and evaluation of the program to identify ways to improve program processes and sustain the program in providing appropriate incentives for renewable energy systems in Delaware.
Effective July 1, 2014, the incentive rates for DPL PV systems changed. For the new incentive rates, click here.
Starting August 4, 2014, an Online Application Portal became available for DPL renewable energy rebates, SREC grants from the SEU and expanded commercial and non-profit geothermal and solar hot water rebates. All DPL, SREC and Commerical and Non-Profit geothermal and solar hot water rebate applicaitons must be submitted electronically through the online application portal available here. For questions about the online applications please call 1-877-453-2327 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Delaware Green Energy Fund regulations public hearing has been postponed indefinitely. Green Energy Fund regulations are currently under revision for adherence to requirements in the Delaware Energy Act and to further streamline the Green Energy Fund programs. Current proposed draft regulations include changes to the programs which seek to make administration of the programs more efficient and improve sustainability of the Green Energy Fund Programs. For more information about the planned changes please click here.
Delmarva Power currently offers grants to offset the installed cost of photovoltaic, solar water heating, wind, and geothermal renewable energy technologies.
Please review the Program regulations prior to submitting an application. Customers and contractors applying for grant funding from the Green Energy Program must submit the initial grant application to the Division of Energy and Climate prior to installing their system.
Please see the grant instructions below for details regarding initial documentation submission requirements. Only complete applications with all required attachments should be submitted to the Green Energy Program Team. Incomplete applications will be returned to the applicant and will not be processed.
|For application assistance or technical questions, please contact:
Green Energy Program Manager at 302-735-3480
Green Energy Program Manager
1203 College Park Drive
Dover, DE 19904
*Approved grant applicants: to monitor the status of your grant payment please click on the link below to view the grant payment queue for completed applications that have recieved final approval from the Green Energy Program Team. Only completed applications that have been approved for payment are included on this list:
Grant payments are made once a month and the payment queue list is updated after monthly payments are processed.
Need a home energy audit for your grant application? Click here to find a list of BPI certified auditors.
Online State W-9 Process: Effective Oct. 22, 2012, the Delaware State Substitute Form W-9 must be completed online. The State Division of Accounting will no longer accept paper or faxed copies of the W-9 Form. If you have problems completing the State W-9 form, please call the State Division of Accounting at 302-672-5000 and ask to speak to a member of the vendor team.