The District of Columbia Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU) helps DC residents and businesses use less energy and save money. Since 2011, the DCSEU has delivered financial incentives, technical assistance, and information to tens of thousands of District residents and businesses, helping them to save millions of dollars on their energy costs. Led by the Sustainable Energy Partnership and under contract to DOEE, the DCSEU is committed to environmental preservation, community engagement, and economic development. Visit dcseu.com for more information.
The Clean and Affordable Energy Act of 2008 (CAEA) requires the Mayor, through DOEE, to contract with a private entity to conduct sustainable energy programs on behalf of the District of Columbia. The CAEA authorizes the creation of a District of Columbia Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU) and designates the SEU to be the one-stop resource for energy efficiency and renewable energy services for District residents and businesses. The DCSEU operates under a performance-based contract with DOEE, with input and recommendations from the SEU Advisory Board, and oversight from the Council of the District of Columbia.
Energy efficiency programs offered by the DCSEU:
For Your Home
From energy-efficient lighting and appliances to home energy retrofits, the DCSEU offers rebates and technical assistance to help DC residents save money and energy.
For Your Business
From equipment upgrades to major renovation and new construction, the DCSEU offers technical assistance and rebates designed to help DC business owners find the right energy solutions.
- Request for Proposals - DC Sustainable Energy Contractor
- Sustainable Energy Utility (SEU) Advisory Board
- DCSEU Quarterly Reports [PDF]