Energy Upgrade California- Los Angeles County
EUCLA is a program that provides rebates to homeowners who hire Participating Contractors to install specific energy efficiency upgrades. Energy Upgrade California takes the “house-as-a-system” approach that looks at each structure as a unique and interactive whole rather than a group individual components acting independently of one another.
There are two packages offered in the Energy Upgrade California Program. The Basic Package involves completing a pre-determined set of retrofit measures to the home for a fixed rebate of $1,000. The Advanced Package involves a customized scope of work based on diagnostic testing, contractor recommendations, and homeowner goals. The rebate value depends on the percentage of energy savings modeled for each home and can reach up to $4,500, depending on the home’s utility service provider.
Southern California Edison (SCE) and Southern California Gas (SoCalGas) territories.
Incentives of up to $4,500 are available to SCE customers with detached single-family homes who complete qualifying energy-saving home upgrade projects. With a variety of participation options, you can correct your home’s energy inefficiencies and reduce your monthly utility bills.*
Energy upgrades will help optimize your home’s energy efficiency going forward and make your home greener now. Through the Program, you may also:
* Get up to $4,500 in incentives
* Realize long-term energy savings
* Help reduce greenhouse gas emissions
* Increase the comfort and indoor air quality of your home
Which Projects Are Eligible?
Each home’s needs are unique, so a variety of upgrades will be supported. Select what’s best for you and your home.
Basic Upgrade package
Get $1,000 in incentives when you complete this package of projects:
* Air sealing
* Attic insulation
* Duct test and seal
* Low-flow showerhead with thermostatic shower valve control
* Combustion Safety Test
Advanced Upgrade package
Get up to $4,500 in incentives when you achieve a specified reduction* in your home’s energy consumption by completing the following:
* Measures in the Basic Upgrade package
* Wall Insulation
* Proper sizing of hot water system and heating and cooling system
* Energy efficient windows, cool roofs, solar, and other permanently affixed measures
The program is currently targeting a 45% reduction in home energy consumption for maximum incentives. The program includes tiered incentive values when lower energy reduction goals are achieved. For more information about the program visit www.energyupgradeca.gov