Commercial New Construction
Potomac Edison’s Commercial New Construction Program provides complimentary energy design assistance and financial incentives to help offset the cost of implementing energy-efficient strategies for commercial and multifamily buildings. Whether it's a new construction project or a major renovation on an existing facility, our program provides you with the tools and incentives to complete the job.
Receive financial incentives for your energy-efficient design decisions.
When you make informed decisions on energy-efficient design options that exceed the efficiency standards of a code-constructed building, you and your clients benefit with financial savings year over year. Best of all, you can take advantage of available incentives to make your project more cost-effective!
Lower the cost of implementing energy-efficient strategies. Incentive amount is based on the annual electric savings that Potomac Edison models and verifies as installed.
Use incentives to offset design team time associated with program participation.
See what works best for your design.
We provide complimentary energy design assistance with customized energy modeling that simulates building energy use. That way, you can see which efficiency strategies are the most cost-effective and have the biggest impact. Receive results that align with your design and construction schedule.
Energy efficiency made easy!
From enrollment to incentive, we make it easy to find the best energy-efficient solutions for your new building.
The CNC Program is available for most project types including commercial, institutional, industrial, and multifamily.
To qualify, participating projects should be:
- In Potomac Edison’s service territory
- New construction, an addition, or a major renovation that includes multiple qualifying mechanical and lighting system measures
- Larger than 5,000 square feet
- Enrolled into the CNC program before HVAC Construction Documents are complete
For program details and customer documents, please refer to the links below: