Rebates for Residents

Southern California Edison

Southern California Edison (SCE) offers rebates to residents who participate in the following programs:

Southern California Gas Company

Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) provides rebates to residents who participate in the following programs:

  • Solar Water Heating Incentives: A solar water heating system captures the warmth of the sun, transfers that heat to water, and works with your conventional water heater to help it use less energy.
  • Rebates for Your Home: This Program offers residential customers of Southern California Gas Company cash rebates on qualifying energy-efficiency upgrades or improvements made to single family homes, multi-family apartments, or attached residential units (maximum of four).
  • Rebates for Property Managers and Owners: Rebates for property managers and owners are available through mail-in rebates. Before purchasing energy efficient equipment and/or appliances, make sure they meet rebate specifications listed on application.
  • Energy Upgrade California: Energy Upgrade California is your one-stop-shop for home improvement projects that lower your energy use, conserve water and natural resources, and make your home healthier and more comfortable.

Go Solar, California

Go Solar, California provides rebates to residents who participate in the following programs:

  • Solar Installers:Database of Solar Installers, Contractors, and Retailers in California
  • CSI-Thermal Program/Solar Water Heating: CSI-Thermal rebates are available to homeowners, landlords and business owners who install solar water heating systems in the service territories of PG&E, SCE, SoCalGas and SDG&E.
  • Single Family Affordable Solar Housing (SASH): The SASH Program provides fully subsidized 1 kW systems to very low-income households, and highly subsidized systems to other low-income households.
  • Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing (MASH): Affordable housing customers in California now have clean solar energy with the California Solar Initiative’s Multi-family Affordable Housing Program (MASH).
  • New Solar Homes Partnership (NSHP): The NSHP program provides financial incentives and other support to home builders, encouraging the construction of new, energy efficient solar homes that save homeowners money on their electric bills and protect the environment.

The California Energy Commission

California Energy Commission is the state’s primary energy policy and planning agency that promotes efficiency and conservation, supporting cutting edge-research, and developing renewable energy resources.