The Green Energy Program is a funding program from the state’s major electric utilities for renewable electricity development ventures in the state of Delaware.
The Green Energy Program has provided grant funding to more than 4,300 Delaware renewable energy projects since 1999. The program is funded through a public benefits fund charge ($0.000356 per kilowatt-hour consumed) collected monthly by Delmarva Power. Delaware’s other utilities operate similar programs.
Grants are available for qualifying renewable energy systems installed in Delaware by applicants whose electricity provider collects funds for the program and offers a grant program for renewable energy projects. Each electric utility company offering rebates through the Green Energy Program has unique program regulations, requirements, and application forms. See below for specific details.