Watch our short video on how to apply.
Before completing an application, make sure you meet the basic program criteria:
If your household is approved to participate in the program, a Georgia Power Energy Assessor will contact you with instructions to complete a virtual assessment. The assessor will review recommended home energy improvements with you and get your approval to move forward.
At no cost to you, a program contractor will come perform the recommended energy efficiency upgrades to your home.
Everyone wants to keep their home feeling good and operating at its best. If you are an income-qualified Georgia Power customer, you may be eligible for free home energy efficiency improvements through our Home Energy Efficiency Assistance Program. We want all of our customers to experience the comfort and savings of an energy efficient home.
Let us help you save energy and reduce your bill.
Get all the details by reading common questions and answers.
Yes, anyone who resides in your household, regardless of age, should be listed in your application.
The virtual self-assessment form should take approximately one hour or less to complete. If a follow-up virtual chat needs to be set-up with a Georgia Power Energy Assessor, the length of that call may vary.
We are unable to provide services to homes that have a health and safety issue. This includes but isn’t limited to issues such as roof leaks, mold or moisture, faulty wiring, and gas leak(s). Health and safety issues must be resolved before we can provide energy efficiency services.
Yes, you can apply as a renter, but your landlord will need to give their written consent to participate. Please verify with your landlord their willingness to participate before applying.
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