Multifamily Tenant Equipment

Get financial incentives for buying energy-efficient appliances and equipment for individual units in multifamily housing, including apartment buildings and condominiums. Anyone from renters and condominium owners to buildings owners, property managers and landlords can take advantage of incentives for installing the following types of high-efficiency equipment:

  • Refrigerators and Freezers
  • Clothes Washers
  • Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Heat Pump Water Heaters

If you purchase eligible energy-efficient appliances or equipment you can receive incentives. Which form you need to complete and submit depends on who the BGE electricity account holder is and whether the account is a commercial or residential account.

Are You a Building Owner, Property Manager or Landlord?

  • Building owners, property managers and landlords with commercial electricity account: If you are the BGE electricity account holder and your account is a schedule G, GS, GL, P or T (a commercial account, which you most likely have if your building has five or more units), email Business@BGESmartEnergy.com or call 410.290.1202.
  • Building owners, property managers and landlords with residential electricity account: If you are the BGE electricity account holder and your account is a schedule R (a residential account, which you most likely have if your building has no more than four units), complete the Residential Rebate form.

Are You a Condominium Owner?

  • Condominium owners with their own BGE electricity account: If you have your own BGE electricity account holder and receive the electric bill, you should complete the Residential Rebate form.
  • Condominium owners without their own BGE electricity account: If you do not have your own BGE electricity account and your property manager, building owner or condominium association pays the BGE electric bill, you should email Business@BGESmartEnergy.com or call 410.290.1202.

Are You a Renter?

  • Renters with their own BGE account: If you rent and have your own BGE electric account, you should complete the Residential Rebate form.
How to Participate