If you like Do-It-Yourself (DIY) projects and you're a Georgia Power customer, you can take advantage of our Home Energy Improvement Program. It’s designed to help you lower your bills and make your home more comfortable.
Sweating during the summer months and worrying about warmth in winter? Attic insulation increases your comfort and reduces energy costs year-round.
Rebate – 50% of cost up to $250
Upgrading your conventional electric unit to a heat pump water heater can save you $330 annually, and that’s just one of many benefits.*
Rebate – 50% of cost up to $500
*Benefit calculations are from energystar.gov for a 4-person household.
Making the most of your heating and cooling just makes good sense. Smart thermostats help you do just that, while maximizing your savings.
Single-Family Home Rebate – 50% of cost up to $75
Multifamily Home Rebate – 50% of cost up to $38
Rebates for smart thermostats are only available when purchased from the Georgia Power Marketplace. Rebates are instant and applied at check out.
2. Complete your project
3. Submit your application with supporting documents within 60 days of project completion
4. After your application has been approved, you’ll receive your rebate by mail in 6-8 weeks
Applications must be submitted within 60 days of the date on the invoice, receipt, or test-out of your property’s improvements.
Not for DIY improvements like attic insulation, smart thermostats or heat pump water heaters. If you want help with your installation, you are welcome to work with whichever contractor you choose.
Rebate checks are typically received in 6-8 weeks. However, incomplete applications and errors will delay your rebate. Be on the lookout for any emails with follow-up questions about your rebate application.
No, a radiant barrier is not a qualifying improvement in the Home Energy Improvement Program.
Discover more about how our Home Energy Improvement Program can help you continue along your home energy-efficiency journey through additional professional-assisted rebates.