Enrollment for Spring 2023 is closed.

PECO Energy Force is a program that partners with nonprofit organizations to train adults with developmental disabilities to serve as ambassadors for PECO’s Energy Efficiency initiatives.
About the Program
In September 2018, PECO launched the PECO Energy Force Ambassador program as an expansion of PECO’s education outreach efforts.  Energy Force Ambassadors engage PECO customers with fun, interactive demonstrations to educate and inform PECO customers on simple energy efficient tips that can be implemented around their homes and businesses daily.
What Energy Force Ambassadors Do
The Energy Force Ambassadors receive Energy Efficiency training and resources to help educate others on ways to save money and energy.

Energy Force Ambassadors learn all about PECO’s entire portfolio of Energy Efficiency programs so they can then help their peers and the public understand the benefits of energy efficiency and conservation.

Once trained, Ambassadors attend community events (virtually or in person) alongside our outreach team, teaching people what they have learned through fun, collaborative, and energetic demonstrations.

Ambassadors must be at least 18 years of age.
Participating non-profit organizations must be located in and support the special needs community within the PECO service territory (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Philadelphia, and York counties).
Each Ambassador is expected to attend 12 events per program year.
Organizations must schedule and provide transportation for the Energy Force Ambassador.

Participating nonprofit organizations receive a $5,000 contribution from PECO to provide the Ambassador with a stipend for his/her/their participation in the Energy Force program.

Find out more by contacting Dana McCollum at for additional information.