DOEE Programs

Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)

The Weatherization Assistance Program, funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, provides low-income residents technical and financial assistance to help reduce their energy bills by making their homes more energy efficient. WAP performs energy audits and installs audit-recommended energy efficiency measures to help families maintain energy-efficient, safe, and healthy homes. Learn more.

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

DOEE assists income-eligible District households with heating and cooling energy costs through LIHEAP. Eligible households may receive energy bill assistance between $250 and $1,800 as a one-time regular energy assistance benefit. Learn more.

Solar for All

Solar for All aims to bring the benefits of solar energy to 100,000 low-to-moderate income families in the District of Columbia. The DC Department of Energy and Environment is partnering with organizations across the District to install solar on single family homes and develop community solar projects to benefit renters and residents in multi-family buildings. Learn more.

Net-Zero Energy Project Guide

Net-zero energy is possible for many buildings and the NZE Project Guide developed by DOEE and the New Buildings Institute can help you on the path to net-zero and ultra-low energy buildings.