Expected to launch in fall 2019, Electrify San José is a new program that will provide incentives for households to switch from a natural gas water heater to an electric heat pump water heater. Qualified low-income households are eligible for additional incentives. Join our mailing list to be the first to know when the program launches. Learn more.
Enables homeowners and commercial property owners to finance upgrades by attaching an assessment on the property tax bill that can be paid over time. If the property owner defaults on payment, the property may be foreclosed on by the PACE provider. Learn more.
This loan program was developed by the State of California for homeowners, renters, affordable multifamily housing owners, businesses, non-profits, and public entities. Residential loans do not require home equity, have no fees, and 30 percent of it can fund any renovation project. Learn more.
Offered through PG&E for commercial property owners, this interest-free option does not require money down and is paid on the utility bill. It is limited to energy efficiency projects in the PG&E rebate program. Learn more.
Contracts administered by third parties that package energy efficiency as a service that commercial property owners pay for through energy savings.
Conventional loan option for homeowners or commercial property owners in which the borrower pledges an asset as collateral. If the loan defaults, the property may be foreclosed on by the lender.
Homeowners and commercial property owners can lease energy equipment or a solar system, while making regular payments to lessor over time. The lessor owns the equipment, but the lessee may be able to purchase it at the end of the lease.
Loan option for homeowners and commercial property owners that does not require collateral, but does have credit requirements.