Looking to undertake a renewable energy project – solar photovoltaic or geothermal? Wanting to add energy storage to your existing system? Want to add an EV Charger for your vehicle?
The Montgomery County Green Bank’s Clean Energy Advantage Program can offer you smart, affordable, and flexible financing options to get you there. If you would like to find out more contact us here.
Homeowners making renewable energy improvements and working with Participating Contractors will have access to preferential financing offered by the CEA Program by our partner lending institutions. The longer term loans and lower interest rates of the CEA Program help homeowners use energy savings to cover the cost of the monthly payments.
Contact a Participating Contractor who can work with you on your renewable energy project and obtain access to the CEA Program financing.
Shine Bright with Solar Energy
Use the sun’s clean energy to power your home. An investment in renewable energy further reduces your carbon footprint and can lower your energy bills too.
- Learn about the different ways to benefit from solar power from a short guide (June 2018) by the Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA) and a more comprehensive guide, A Maryland Consumer’s Guide to Going Solar by the Maryland Administration (January 2018).
- Check out this nifty breakdown of solar financing options from our friends at the Connecticut Green Bank, or see the Homeowners Guide to Financing a Solar Electric System from the U.S. Department of Energy.
- Ready to get started? Plan your project to qualify for the Maryland Clean Energy Grant Program applicable to eligible completed projects or check out the Maryland Home Energy Loan Program (MHELP) for one financing option.
Advantages of using Geothermal energy
Use the Earth’s natural energy to help power your home. An investment in renewable energy such as Geothermal technology may reduce your carbon footprint, lower your energy bills and possibly increase the value of your home.
Learn how to save energy and ways to get started with Geothermal with this Montgomery County Energy Renewable guide.
Additionally, as an added benefit learn how Geothermal may increase the value of home.
(Note: The Montgomery County Green Bank does not endorse or otherwise make any representation or warranty with respect to any contractor or the work, materials, or services provided by any contractor.)