Georgia Power - Home Energy Improvement Program

April 12, 2023


Georgia Power provides rebates to its residential customers through the Home Energy Improvement Program and the Multifamily Home Energy Improvement Program.

Home Energy Improvement Program

Under this program customers work with a participating program contractor to get a home energy assessment. Georgia Power will pay for 50% of the cost or up to $150 off the assessment. There are two programs that customers can participate in, the Individual Improvements Program and the Whole House Improvements Program. Schedule a home energy assessment for more information.

Multifamily Home Energy Improvement Program

The Home Energy Improvement Program empowers residential property owners to implement multifamily energy efficiency measures. To qualify for rebates, a participating program contractor must complete your test-in and test-out energy assessments. Higher rebates are available for eligible income-qualified multifamily customers. Visit the Multifamily Interest Application to get started.

Program Overview

Implementing Sector: Utility
Category: Financial Incentive
State: Georgia
Incentive Type: Rebate Program
Web Site:
Administrator: Georgia Power Company
Start Date:
Eligible Renewable/Other Technologies: Geothermal Heat Pumps,Dehumidifiers,Ceiling Fan,Water Heaters,Heat pumps,Air conditioners,Programmable Thermostats,Energy Mgmt. Systems/Building Controls,Duct/Air sealing,Building Insulation,Other EE,Insulation,HVAC,Level-2 Electric Vehicle Service Equipment
Incentive Amount: Individual Improvements:

The following items may qualify for rebates of 50% of the cost up to:

Program Contractor Required:
Air Sealing - $300

Program Contractor or Licensed Professional Required:
Duct Sealing - $300
Ductless Mini-Split & Ground Source Heat Pumps - $1,000

Self Installation/DIY:
Attic Insulation - $250
Smart Thermostat - $75
Level 2 EV Charger - $50
Dehumidifier - $25
Circulation Pump - $40
Ceiling Fan - $35
Advanced Power Strip $20
Pool Pump Timer - $150
Home Energy Management System (HEMS) - $175 Heat Pump Water Heater - $500

Whole House Improvements:
20% Whole House Reduction - 50% of cost, up to $1,100
Home Energy Assessment - up to $150
Up to $1,100 towards eligible energy efficiency home improvements

Multi-Family Improvements:
20% Whole House Reduction - $500 or $1,000 (income-qualified) per unit per year for qualifying improvements
35% Whole House Reduction - $1,000 or $1,500 (income-qualified) per unit per year for qualifying improvements
Home Energy Assessment: $75 or $150 (income-qualified); completed by a participating program contractor
Smart Thermostats - 50% of cost, up to $38 for ducted, central heating & air systems
Maximum Incentive: Individual Improvements: 50% of cost up to $750 per year
Whole House Improvements: 50% of cost up to $1,250 per year
Equipment Requirements: See website for more details


Name: Amy Freeland
Organization: Georgia Power Company
Phone: (404) 506-3009

This information is sourced from DSIRE; the most comprehensive source of information on incentives and policies that support renewables and energy efficiency in the United States. Established in 1995, DSIRE is operated by the N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center at N.C. State University.