Fresno Energy Watch
For a limited time, the County of Fresno, City of Fresno, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, and Richard Heath and Associates, Inc. (RHA) are joining forces to deliver an energy-efficiency program designed specifically for residents and businesses.
Through the Fresno Energy Watch (PDF, 143 KB), eligible residents and business owners can reduce their energy usage and expenses using the unique program elements listed below.
City of Fresno residences can receive free home energy assessments from the City of Fresno’s Sustainability Department. Call 559-621-8030 to request an assessment from the City of Fresno.
Small and Medium-Sized Business Direct Install Program
Energy-efficiency experts will contact small- and medium-sized businesses, offer to perform free energy audits to help businesses identify energy-saving opportunities and provide information regarding energy-efficient equipment. Qualifying customers may gain a number of energy-efficient measures free or low cost. For more information, please call RHA, Inc. at 1 (559) 447-7012.
Energy-Efficiency Services and Incentives for Municipal Buildings
Technical consultants will survey major energy-consuming systems within city facilities to identify potential energy-saving opportunities. Financial incentives may be available to help support the investment in energy-efficiency upgrades at select municipal facilities. For more information, please call PG&E at 1-559-263-5525.
Codes and Standards Support
PG&E will provide Title 24 training and educational seminars related to energy codes and standards for existing and future building designs. These courses are targeted to designers, engineers, architects and building officials in Fresno.
Education and Information Services
PG&E will provide energy clinics and classes designed specifically for contractors or municipal staff. Through these free training opportunities, business customers can receive suggestions for reducing their energy bills and operating more energy efficiently. See course outline for listing of educational offerings. For more information or to register for classes, please call PG&E's Energy Training Center at 1-800-244-9912.
Eligibility and Program Dates
The Fresno Energy Watch is available to businesses located in the City and County of Fresno on a first-come, first-served basis until December 31, 2012, or until program funds are spent, whichever comes first.
This program is funded by California utility customers and administered by Pacific Gas and Electric Company in collaboration with the City of Fresno and under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.