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DC Green Financial Incentives

October 20, 2013

The Sustainable DC Plan is the District’s first sustainability plan that lays out a path forward to make the District the healthiest, greenest, most livable city in the nation over the next 20 years. In the summer of 2011, Mayor Gray announced a new initiative to make DC a leader in sustainability, while improving quality of life and creating new economic growth for all residents. Nearly 18 months later, with the collaboration and hard work of residents, workers, business leaders and professional experts, the District has a strategy to address our core urban challenges with innovative, forward thinking solutions focused around sustainability.

Follow the link below to view or download a compilation of financial incentives for environmental improvements that are available to residents of the District of Columbia. Many of these incentives target District homeowners and renters, but some are also available to commercial property or business owners and non-profit organizations. The incentives listed in this are organized into four categories: (1) energy, (2) water, (3) hazard mitigation, and (4) transportation. To recommend additional incentives for this document, please contact Dan Guilbeault at or (202) 281-3957, or Mary Lynn Wilhere at or (202) 535-1939. Please see individual contacts for questions on specific programs. Please note that website links are subject to change as DDOE updates its website in Spring 2013.

Read more and apply for incentives: