Our residential programs are open to any resident of Oncor's service area regardless of their retail electric provider. Here's how to get started.
Step 1: Review our programs below to see which ones might benefit your home the most.
Step 2: Interview several of the Participating Service Providers to see who seems best suited for the work you need at the best price. Be sure to use our guide How to Select A Service Provider.
Step 3: The Service Provider will assess your home and confirm what work is eligible. Enter into a contract with the Service Provider that clearly specifies the work to be done and the cost for the work.
Step 4: If requested, please allow Oncor to inspect the work for verification purposes.
Step 5: Inspect the work yourself. Don't sign the Service Provider's final forms or pay for the work until you are completely satisfied.
Home Energy Efficiency – This program encourages installation of energy saving measures such as: Upgrading insulation, Caulking/weather-stripping doors and windows, Sealing leaky A/C ductwork, Installing high-efficiency A/C systems and Upgrading to high-efficiency appliances.
Low-Income Home Weatherization – This program encourages installation of energy efficiency measures in a consumer's home whose annual household income is at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines.
– The Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Program is designed to use solar power to help
meet your energy needs. Oncor can help you find service providers and provide
incentives to help offset initial costs.
Program Contact Information