The Division of Climate, Coastal, & Energy supports energy efficiency and conservation programs that help reduce energy use and its impact on the state’s environment and public health. Every investment in energy efficiency helps increase productivity and profits for business, reduces the production of harmful greenhouse gasses, lowers energy costs, and improves the value and comfort of our homes and businesses.
Developing and deploying energy efficiency programs and financing mechanisms offered by Delaware energy providers.
Helping commercial and industrial customers in Delaware replace aging, inefficient energy equipment and systems.
Providing model energy conservation standards for local government building and plumbing rules and regulations.
Making your home energy efficient can help Delaware’s economy and environment, and it can help you save money.
Lower your spending on energy. You can start with a home energy audit to learn how to make your home more energy efficient. There are simple steps you can take to cut your monthly energy bills by up to 30 percent.
Most of these steps have low costs but return results and saving quickly.
Improve air quality by reducing air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. By doing your part in energy conservation, you can help improve public health by reducing harmful air and water pollution, making Delaware a safe home for you and your loved ones.
Help Delaware keep utility prices manageable for everyone. The more energy is used by residents and businesses, the higher prices will go in the future, making it harder to provide residents with the energy that they need for everyday routines.
Create new jobs for Delawareans. Cutting energy costs can increase spending in other areas, providing well-paying jobs for those in need of employment.
DNREC provides grants, services, and support for renewable energy, improved efficiency, and sustainability.