Statewide Partnership Programs

What is the Statewide Partnership Program?

The Statewide Partnership Program helps state agencies implement new programs to decrease their energy costs. The partnerships improve operations and maintenance practices by offering incentives for equipment improvements and training. They also provide tools to reduce energy consumption during periods of peak demand.

Who qualifies?

Energy efficiency offerings are available to all state agencies that pay public-purpose funds through their PG&E bill. The partnerships work with all of California’s investor-owned utilities (IOUs) to implement programs that benefit the entire state.

The Statewide Partnership Program offers increased incentives* for the following programs:

Customized Retrofit Incentives

  • Technical design assistance to analyze and design more energy-efficient buildings and processes.
  • Owner incentives of up to $500,000 per project to help offset investments in energy-efficient building and design (subject to each project’s incremental costs).
  • Design team incentives of up to $50,000 per project to reward designers who meet ambitious energy efficiency goals.
Retrocommissioning & Monitoring-Based Commissioning

IncentivesState agency (higher education institutions and Department of Corrections excluded)California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation
Lighting $0.15/ kWh $0.24/ kWh
Motors/VFD’s $0.18/ kWh $0.24/ kWh
HVAC $0.24/ kWh $0.24/ kWh

New Construction

IncentivesState agency (higher education institutions and Department of Corrections excluded)California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation
Lighting $0.15/ kWh $0.24/ kWh
Motors/VFD’s $0.18/ kWh $0.24/ kWh
HVAC $0.24/ kWh $0.24/ kWh
*Note: These increased incentives are available only during the transition period, which we anticipate will last through the end of 2009. State incentive levels may change after 2009

Programs such as LED lighting offer a solution for customers who want to improve their energy efficiency while minimizing costs and reducing labor requirements.

Learn more about PG&E’s other Rebate Programs.

Training and Resources

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