DC Sustainable Energy Utility
Your Guide to Green
For Your DC Home

Save in your DC Home

We know that comfort and savings go hand-in-hand—and it’s our job to help spread those benefits. Through technical assistance and incentives, we enable homeowners and renters to make energy choices that are right for them.

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For Your DC Business

Save in your DC Business

For many business owners, the cost of energy can be a variable, burdensome expense. It doesn't have to be. By helping business owners reduce energy use, we help them free up monthly cash-flow and boost their bottom lines.

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From Dollars to Chili Dogs

Business in the District is in the green
Bens Chili Bowl

Spending locally to make energy investments helps businesses in the District prosper and benefit from more than just energy savings. When businesses like Ben’s Chili Bowl can find ways to cut costs, they can hire more people, expand their business, and help to keep the District’s economy growing.

DC businesses are going green with us.Learn More
All FY 2014 data are based on the DCSEU’s estimates of energy savings and are subject to rigorous monitoring and verification by a third-party evaluation firm hired by the District Department of the Environment (DDOE).

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Department of Transportation Earth Day Event

Apr 21, 2015 - Apr 21, 2015
Join the DCSEU in celebrating Earth Day with the Department of Transportation at its annual Earth Day event, themed "Move Green Inside & Out". The DCSEU will be there from 10 am to 2 pm with information and resources to help DC residents save energy and money, alongside other organizations promoting ways that attendees can "move green". The event is free and open to federal employees.

West atrium, US Department of Transportation
1200 New Jersey Avenue SE
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
DC Sustainable Energy Utility
80 M Street SE, Suite 310, Washington, DC 20003 E info@dcseu.com
P 202-479-2222 F 202-450-1552 Toll-Free: 855-MY-DCSEU (855-693-2738)
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