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Income-Eligible Multifamily Savings

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Energy efficiency improvements are an easy way to reduce your operating costs, enhance the value of your multifamily property, and receive a quick return on your investment!

The Income-Eligible Multifamily Savings program provides property owners with free products and incentives for energy efficiency improvements at their properties. Elevate administers the Income-Eligible Multifamily Savings program with ComEd and Peoples Gas.

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Free Energy Assessment

A free energy assessment is the first step to identify energy efficiency solutions that will save money and energy at your multifamily property. An energy advisor will help you choose what improvements you want to take advantage of, such as:

  • Free ENERGY STAR® certified LEDs, including exterior, garage, and TLEDs
  • Free weatherization products and services
  • Free programmable or smart thermostats
  • Incentives for boiler replacements and other HVAC system upgrades
  • And more!

Our Full-Service Approach

Our energy advisors are there to help you at every step of the program. If you choose to implement a project recommended in your assessment, your energy advisor will help you select cost-effective solutions and manage bids from qualified contractors. Your advisor will also provide construction oversight and guidance throughout the project, and will follow up with you once work is complete.

Eligibility

The Income-Eligible Multifamily Savings program serves multifamily properties with three or more units located in the ComEd service territory that are income-eligible based on eligible census tract, subsidy status, or rent levels.

Work With Us

Apply for the Income-Eligible Multifamily Savings program here. To learn more and to confirm your eligibility, call Elevate at 855-993-0940 or fill out the form below and someone will contact you.

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