Save 35 percent or more on energy costs by replacing older T12 linear fluorescent bulbs with T8s or T5s.

ENERGY STAR®-qualified cooking equipment uses 10 to 50 percent less energy than conventional models.

ENERGY STAR® LED exit signs can save up to 80 percent in energy costs. They also last up to 25 years compared to just one year for an incandescent sign.

We work with more than 100 program allies who provide service to Potomac Edison’s Maryland customers who can help you plan and implement energy-efficient projects. For Program Allies near you, search our directory.

Program Allies

Learn more about Program Allies.

Program Allies include electrical or mechanical contractors, architects, engineers, equipment vendors, individual providers of goods and services or others who will work directly with Maryland customers of Potomac Edison to plan and implement energy efficiency projects.

Becoming an approved Program Ally is easy for qualified vendors — simply submit a Program Ally registration form through our website. Once approved, you will be invited to participate in a training webinar that will describe the resources available to you. Potomac Edison also will review the program guidelines, offerings and expectations. Upon completion of the training webinar, your contact information will be posted to the Program Ally list on Potomac Edison’s website as a resource to Maryland customers of Potomac Edison.

For additional details on the benefits of becoming a Program Ally, or to register to become a Program Ally, click here.