Efficiency Maine

Save on Energy Costs at Efficiency Maine!

Efficiency Maine is the independent administrator for energy efficiency programs in Maine. Their mission is to lower the cost and environmental impacts of energy in Maine by promoting cost-effective energy efficiency and alternative energy systems.

Efficiency Maine does this primarily by delivering rebates on the purchase of high-efficiency lights and equipment to help customers save electricity, natural gas and heating fuels throughout the Maine economy. Efficiency Maine is governed by a stakeholder Board of Trustees with oversight from the Maine Public Utilities Commission.

Incentives for Homeowners and Renters

Efficiency Maine provides incentives for qualifying high-efficiency lighting, appliances, water heaters, heat pump water heaters, ductless heat pumps, geothermal heating systems and more. Find out about available incentives by visiting EfficiencyMaine.com or calling Efficiency Maine at 866.376.2463.

Start Saving on Water Heating Costs with a Heat Pump Water Heater

Heat pump water heaters are an exciting new technology that is a great fit for many Maine homeowners. Heat pump water heaters typically cost half as much to operate as traditional electric resistance water heaters, and can save you as much as $3,000 over the lifetime of the unit.

To find out more about heat pump water heaters and available incentives, visit EfficiencyMaine.com. You’ll also find tools to help you compare water heating options, and find heat pump water heater retailers and installers.

Join the thousands of Maine homeowners and renters who are saving on water heating costs by going to EfficiencyMaine.com or by calling Efficiency Maine at 866.376.2463.

Incentives for Businesses

Maine businesses, non-profits and institutions can save with qualifying high-efficiency lighting, heat pumps and equipment. Visit EfficiencyMaine.com to learn about available incentives for you organization.


Find out more about energy saving opportunities for your home or business by visiting EfficiencyMaine.com.



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