FirstEnergy is now offering the following energy efficiency programs to landlords and building owners with income-qualifying tenants. This information is also available in this downloadable brochure.

 

Why Participate?

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Individually Metered Multifamily Program

This program applies to buildings with five or more units that are individually metered. To qualify, the tenants must be at or below 150 percent of the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines. There is no cost to the tenants or the landlord/building owner.

Energy-efficient items may include:

  • Efficient lighting
  • LED night lights
  • Refrigerator/freezer evaluation and replacement
  • Smart power strips
  • Faucet aerators
  • Shower heads
  • Electric water heater inspection
  • Furnace whistles
  • Rebates for air sealing, insulation, and HVAC work available through another FirstEnergy program

 

You can apply by printing, filling out and emailing the Landlord Agreement Form here.

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Master Metered Multifamily Program

This program applies to buildings with five or more units that share a common electric meter. To qualify, a minimum of 66 percent of tenants must be at or below 150 percent of the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines. There is no cost to the tenants, and the Program pays for 80 percent of the cost of each energy-efficiency item installed – leaving the landlord/building owner only responsible for 20 percent. For more information please contact us.

Energy-efficient items may include:

  • Efficient lighting
  • Refrigerator/freezer evaluation and replacement
  • Smart power strips
  • Faucet aerators
  • Shower heads
  • Electric water heater inspection
  • Energy education workshops
  • Rebates for air sealing, insulation and HVAC work available through another FirstEnergy program

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Common Area Energy-Efficient Upgrades

Energy-efficient items for common areas are available for both master and individu­ally metered buildings with five or more units. To qualify, a minimum of 66 percent of tenants must be at or below 150 percent of the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines. The Program pays for 80 percent of the cost of each energy efficiency item installed – leaving the landlord/building owner only responsible for 20 percent. For more information please contact us.

Energy-efficient items may include:

  • LED exit signs
  • Efficient lighting
  • Smart power strips
  • Faucet aerators
  • Electric water heater inspection
  • Efficient vending machine sensors
  • Occupancy sensors
  • Energy education workshops

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Why Participate?

The FirstEnergy Low-Income Multi­family programs are designed to:

  • Supplement your Qualified Allocation Plan
  • Lower your electric bill
  • Earn a return on your investment
  • Improve the value of your property
  • Reduce maintenance costs
  • Increase tenant retention
  • Improve appliance performance and lifespan
  • Increase resident comfort, health and safety

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Contact Us

FirstEnergy 
800 Cabin Hill Dr.
M043 – Dollar Energy Conservation
Greensburg, PA 15601

Contact: Pam McMillen at 1-888-406-8074 or via email

 

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This table illustrates the gross (pre-tax) household income that is recognized as 150% of the 2016 Federal Poverty Income Guidelines.

Household Size Maximum Yearly
Household Income Before Taxes
1  $17,820
2  $24,030
3  $30,240
4  $36,450
5  $42,660
6  $48,870
7  $55,095
8  $61,335
(For each additional person, add $6,240)