A wide variety of resources and energy efficiency programs are available for homeowners interested in making energy efficiency updates or simply understanding more about how to incorporate energy efficiency into their daily life at home.
SoCalGas® Home Upgrade
If you are interested in making whole-house energy efficiency improvements, consider the SoCalGas Home Upgrade program. Cash-back incentives are available on qualifying home improvements made with a Participating Contractor through the following program:
Energy Upgrade California®
Energy Upgrade California is a statewide initiative committed to uniting Californians to strive toward reaching the state's energy goals. Learn more about Energy Upgrade California and how you can Do Your Thing™ to better manage your energy use for the future of California.
Utility Company Rebate Programs
From clothes washers and air conditioning systems to water heating equipment and cool roofs, area utility companies are helping customers save energy, water, and money through energy efficiency rebate and incentive programs. Visit the links below to learn about additional rebates and incentives that may also be available from local electric, water, and natural gas providers.
- Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP)
- Anaheim Public Utilities
- Anza Electric Cooperative
- The Electric Department (Banning)
- Burbank Water and Power
- Colton Electric Utility
- Glendale Water and Power
- Imperial Irrigation District
- Lompoc Public Utility
- Long Beach Gas & Oil
- Moreno Valley Electric Utility
- Pasadena Water and Power
- Riverside Public Utilities
Homeowners interested in making energy and water efficiency improvements may be eligible for attractive financing options through local and statewide energy efficiency financing programs.
Los Angeles County Residential PACE
The LA County Residential Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) offers no down payment financing options for eligible homeowners making qualifying energy efficiency, water efficiency, and/or renewable energy investments at home. The financing is repaid annually through an assessment on your property tax bill.
Go Green Financing
Learn more about the Residential Energy Efficiency Loan (REEL) Program and other financing options through the Go Green Financing website.
Learn more about saving energy at home through these helpful resources: