Multifamily energy efficiency program

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The Efficiency Works Multifamily program can identify potential energy and water efficiency opportunities and qualifying rebates so you and your tenants can save money on utility bills. Not only will participating help keep your tenants satisfied, but you’ll also add value to your property!

Our energy advisors are available to complete facility assessments, review project bids, plan future projects and install free efficiency items for multifamily properties with five or more units. Energy advisors are available to support upgrades in both common spaces as well as within residential units. Program guidelines will determine specific rebates and incentives available for each property. Complete the Multifamily program application to get connected with an energy advisor.

Sign up for assessment

Three simple steps to saving

Step 1

Free energy assessment
An energy advisor will conduct a free, no-obligation assessment of your building’s energy systems. Afterwards, they will provide a report outlining your biggest energy-saving opportunities and the associated rebates available through the program.

Step 2

Free efficiency products
After your energy assessment, it’s time to start saving. Schedule your free direct installation or delivery of energy-saving products.

Step 3

Rebates for efficiency upgrades
Based on your energy assessment, you may be eligible for rebates by completing energy-efficient equipment upgrades. Your energy adviser will help guide you through the project and submit the paperwork necessary to receive your rebate.

View program terms and conditions in English or Spanish.

Case studies

Review case studies for ideas on how you can save your business energy, water and money and improve your building’s environment.

For more case studies and efficiency resources, visit our Business resources page.

More resources

Learn more about the advising process and the multifamily program.

5 or more units per building

Property owners or managers interested in learning more about multifamily efficiency programs and incentives, contact:

[email protected]


Fewer than 5 units per building

Properties with fewer than 5 units per building or individual tenants interested in efficiency projects may be eligible for the Efficiency Works Homes programs.