The City of Lompoc (CA) is offering a rebate program on photovoltaic systems to encourage customers to install such systems in their homes or businesses.
Burbank Water and Power (BWP) has had in place since 2001 a Solar Support Rebate program residents and businesses in setting up their own solar photovoltaic systems.
The Banning Electric Utility has various programs that provide their customers with rebates and added services. Various rebates are offered from planting shade trees to recycling inefficient refrigerators. The utility also grant their residential and commercial customers with rebates upon the purchase of solar photovoltaic systems.
Azusa Light & Water gives back to customers who have solar photovoltaic system installations, through their Solar Partnership Program.
Alameda Municipal Power has a solar rebate program for their customers that install solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in their homes. It has earmarked a budget of $4.2 million for this program. Systems must meet the criteria set by AMP, in order to qualify for the benefits of the program.
The Sacramento Municipal Utility District, or SMUD, has a residential loan program that can help its clients install photovoltaic and solar water heating systems in their homes. This is to encourage their customers to switch to more energy efficient equipment.
The California Energy Commission launched the New Solar Homes Partnership as part of the California Solar Initiative. It provides eligible homes with financial incentives to encourage new home builders to construct energy efficient houses.
The Solar Water Heating Pilot Program rewards residential and non-residential clients who incorporate solar water heating systems into their existing water boilers or heaters.
In January 2006, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) launched the California Solar Initiative Program, which aims to provide incentives for solar energy projects in the state.
The City of Berkeley’s Financing Initiative for Renewable and Solar Technology (FIRST) is doing a pilot program that allows property owners to borrow money from the city’s Sustainable Energy Financing District, in order to install photovoltaic (PV) systems. Repayment of the loans is done over a period of 20 years, through an annual special tax […]