Lower your SDG&E bill, improve the health & safety of your home and live more comfortably
The San Diego Home Energy Upgrade ( SDHEU) program is part of the City of San Diego's continuing efforts to empower low- and moderate-income residents to move toward creating healthy and sustainable communities. The program provides participants the opportunity to receive a matching incentive to the Energy Upgrade California rebate, which offers homeowners a rebate for a comprehensive energy upgrade in their homes.
SDHEU's goal is to provide incentives for 2,000 residential energy efficiency upgrades that will produce average verifiable home energy savings of 15-20%, while providing significant workforce development opportunities. Low- and moderate-income families will permanently reduce their energy bills while improving the comfort, health and safety of their homes.
The California Center for Sustainable Energy ( CCSE) will administer SDHEU for the city through a $2,833,288 contract from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 ( ARRA). CCSE will implement the program in coordination with Heschong-Mahone Group (HMG), Richard-Heath & Associates (RHA) and the Environmental Health Coalition (EHC).
SDHEU rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis until June 2013 or until funding is exhausted, whichever occurs first.