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Dominion Energy Ohio’s Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® Program helps you to boost your home’s comfort and long-term value, while keeping your energy bills in check. Your entire home will be evaluated as one interconnected system to understand exactly how it’s using – and possibly wasting – energy.

Enjoy a more comfortable and energy-efficient home as well as up to $1,250 in rebates by taking the following steps:

Step 1: Home Energy Assessment

Schedule your home energy assessment by signing up online or calling 877-287-3416.

We'll send a certified auditor to conduct a thorough assessment of your home's energy efficiency. The $50 assessment fee also includes free installation of several energy-efficient products such as:

  • High-efficiency shower heads
  • Kitchen and bathroom faucet aerators
  • Carbon monoxide detector
  • Water heater pipe wrap

You can also have a NEST smart thermostat installed at the same time, for an additional $50 fee – please make the request when scheduling your assessment.

Before leaving your home, our auditor will provide you with a list of participating contractors and guide you through which potential upgrades can be done by the homeowner and which must be installed by a contractor in order to qualify for a rebate. 

Step 2: Review Your Results

Following the assessment, you’ll receive a customized report with recommendations on how to save energy and improve your home’s comfort. Recommendations may include:

  • Adding insulation
  • Air sealing (to eliminate drafts)
  • Upgrading heating equipment
  • Replacing windows and doors

Step 3: Make Improvements

Decide which projects to implement based on the report recommendations. Once the work is completed, submit the required rebate paperwork within the specified timeframe to claim your rebate.

Participation Requirements

  • You must be a residential Dominion Energy Ohio customer with an active account in an individually metered, single-family or multi-family dwelling with no more than 4 individually metered units.
  • You must have natural gas as your residence’s primary heating source.
  • You must not be a participant in the Percentage of Income Payment Plan Plus (PIPP Plus) and/or not be eligible for the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP). Refer to HEAP income guidelines.
  • You must not have completed a home energy assessment through Dominion’s Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Program, or received weatherization assistance through Dominion’s Housewarming Program in the last 5 years.
  • You must use a CLEAResult qualified auditor for the assessment and a participating contractor to implement the recommended improvements in order to qualify for rebates.

Please note: Dominion Energy Ohio's Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Program is offered on a first-come, first-serve basis and is available until annual funding is expended or the program is discontinued by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. The program is funded by Ohio utility customers and is administered by CLEAResult, on behalf of Dominion Energy Ohio.

See full program details.

Rebate Qualifications

  • Undergo a comprehensive home energy assessment by one of CLEAResult’s energy auditors (cost of assessment: $50.)
  • Make improvements recommended as a result of the home energy assessment.
  • Have the recommended Contractor-Installed measures performed by a participating contractor (customer can install approved Do-It-Yourself measures.)
  • Meet the program’s requirements for rebates: the total combined rebate amount must be at least $75, but no more than the $1,250 maximum.
  • Rebate Application must be received by CLEAResult within one (1) year from the date of the home energy assessment and no more than ninety (90) days after the date of completion of the work.
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