Home Energy Improvement

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The Home Energy Improvement Program (HEIP) helps Georgia Power customers reduce energy use, save on energy costs and improve the indoor air quality and comfort of their homes. Residential customers can earn rebates from Georgia Power for implementing and installing qualifying energy savings improvements.

In this program, there are two approaches:

Whole House

The Whole House approach promotes a holistic method of reducing electricity use through the installation of multiple prescriptive improvements. The Whole House approach is a three step comprehensive method which assesses all of the systems within your home.


A program participating contractor will use state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and software to perform a comprehensive Home Energy Assessment to identify potential savings opportunities and recommend specific energy saving improvements you can make in your home.


Customers then implement and install some or all of the recommended energy saving improvements identified in the Home Energy Assessment conducted in Step 1.


Once the recommended improvements are completed, a program participating contractor will conduct a follow up Home Energy Assessment to evaluate energy savings actually achieved and determine the customer’s rebate eligibility.

Georgia Power’s customers are eligible for incentives each step of the way. Customers are eligible for an incentive of 50% off the cost of the Home Energy Assessment up to $150.00. Additionally, customers with verified 25% electricity (kWh) savings after installing the recommended energy improvements are eligible for an incentive of 50% of the installed cost of those improvements up to $800.

Participation in the 2017 Whole House Home Energy Improvement Program is limited. Please contact 1-877-310-5607 for additional information.

Individual Improvements

The Individual Improvements approach allows Georgia Power customers to receive incentives for installing one or more individual energy efficiency measures.

The 2017 Individual Improvements Home Energy Improvement Program rebates:

  • Install a Programmable / Smart thermostats purchased from the Georgia Power Marketplace and receive an instant rebate of 50% of the cost up to $100. See georgiapower.com/marketplace for more details.
  • Convert your gas furnace to a heat pump and get up to $250 in rebates. Incentive limited to ≥ 16 SEER VRF or ≥ 18 SEER traditional heat pump conversions. Rebate available through 12/31/2017 while supplies last and subject to earlier termination.

Eligibility Requirements

Must be a Georgia Power residential customer to participate. All rebates may not apply if customer’s home is not eligible for all qualifying improvements. All reimbursement forms must be signed, submitted and reviewed for accuracy before rebate is paid. Rebates are subject to limitations and subject to change. Customer’s actual utility bill savings will vary depending on individual energy usage and qualifying improvements made.


For “Whole-House” rebate consideration, a Home Energy Assessment must be performed, and recommended improvements must be completed by a qualified contractor participating in the Georgia Power Home Energy Improvement Program. The contractor will charge a fee for the Home Energy Assessment. Rebate eligibility for installed improvements depends on test-out Home Energy Assessment results. All work is subject to third party verification. All improvement agreements are between the customer and contractor. Georgia Power takes no responsibility for installed equipment, installation services or other improvement agreements. Contractors set installation and service prices.

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