Montgomery County Homeowner Energy Efficiency Program

The Montgomery County Homeowner Energy Efficiency Program (MCEEP) is a FREE program through the Montgomery County Department of Housing and Community Affairs, administered by Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland aimed at reducing home energy usage for qualified Washington Gas customers.

Potential Services:

In order to qualify for energy efficiency services, appliances must meet the age requirement of 10 years or older. Potential services include:

MCEEP Program Break Down:

Eligible Services:

Attic Insulation

Furnace & A/C Upgrades

Water Heater Replacement

LED Light Bulbs

Solar Powered Attic Fan

Programmable Thermostat

Major Appliance Upgrades

Services not considered:

Oven/Stove Replacement

Microwave Replacement

Window Replacement


To be eligible, one must:

  • Be a current resident of Montgomery County
  • Own and occupy the home where services are requested
  • Be a Washington Gas customer
  • Appliances must be 10 years or older to qualify for replacement
  • Meet household gross income requirements (see income table)
Household Size

Maximum Income Annual Allowed (gross)













Application Information:

You can download the Washington Gas Customer application here: WG Application

With your application, you must also submit the following:

  • Photo ID for all household members 18 years and older
  • Proof of last 30 days’ GROSS income for all household members 18 years and older (Bank statements are not accepted)
  • Most current Electric Bill
  • Most current Washington Gas Heating Bill if heating source is not electric

All applications and supporting documents should be mailed to:

Montgomery County Energy Efficiency Program
Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland, Inc.
8380 Colesville Road, Suite 700
Silver Spring, MD 20910

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to:

Repair and Weatherization Program
Repair Client Coordinator
Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland
301-990-0014 x 19


*Please note that this program is a Montgomery County Program and is in no way affiliated with Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland’s Home Repair programs. Acceptance into the MCEEP program does not grant acceptance into the Home Repair programs with HFHMM. Should you be interested in HFHMM’s Home Repair programs, please visit our Home Repair page for more information.