There are plenty of ways that you can get involved in the effort towards achieving a greener, cleaner future for your city. Find out how you can conserve energy in your home or business.
Solar consumers are eligible for federal tax incentives for the purchase and installation of eligible solar systems, including both solar photovoltaics (PV) and solar hot water (solar thermal) systems, as well as other renewable energy investments.
Did you know that you could get paid for saving? Learn how conserving energy can save you money and earn rewards. For information about tips, rebates, and rewards programs.
With the adoption of the Irvine Energy Plan in 2008, the City focuses on finding the most effective solutions to the current energy situation. The City of Irvine is also utilizing renewable energy sources such as solar power for new City buildings and incorporate energy efficiency practices into existing city facilities and these facilities include, Cypress Community Center, Northwood Community Center, Quail Hill Community Center, Trabuco Senior Center and University Community Center.