Find out about clean-energy incentives and additional programs.


A clean energy system has many benefits, including saving you money. Several PG&E and non-PG&E incentive programs exist. Each program is specific to the renewable energy technology you plan to install and has its own eligibility rules.


We can also help you find a contractor who will help you to understand the incentives and which program is right for your needs. Visit Find a Contractor.

COMPARE INCENTIVE PROGRAMS

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Solar panels

Disadvantaged Communities Single-Family Affordable Solar Housing (DAC-SASH)

The Disadvantaged Communities – Single-Family Solar Homes (DAC-SASH) program is administered by GRID Alternatives, a nonprofit that works to provide solar to customers who are in economically or environmentally disadvantaged communities and are under certain income thresholds. GRID provides incentives to cover the full cost of solar panels on customer homes and enables customers to save on their bills every month. To learn more, visit GRID Alternatives.

Wind, fuel cell and other clean energy

Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP)

Install alternative energy technologies in your home to receive an incentive. Some examples include wind, fuel cells and battery storage combined with heat and power systems. To learn more about this PG&E program, visit Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP). To learn more about the battery storage technology and evaluate if it’s right for your home, visit Battery Storage for Residential Customers.

Solar panels

Solar on Multifamily Affordable Housing (SOMAH)

The SOMAH program provides financial incentives for installing photovoltaic (PV) energy systems on multifamily affordable housing. To learn more, visit the SOMAH website.

Additional incentives

NOTE: Incentive program applications are typically completed by your contractor. If you receive incentives, your contractor may discount your up-front costs with your incentive amount for immediate savings.



ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS


The following clean technology programs do not offer incentives but may help customers save on their bills. Your contractor will also be able to help you understand which program is right for you.



Net Energy Metering Aggregation Program


The PG&E Net Energy Metering Aggregation (NEMA) program may be a good option for customers looking to utilize a renewable energy system to serve the load of multiple meters on the same property, or on adjacent or contiguous properties. To learn more about NEMA, visit Discover Net Energy Metering Aggregation.



Battery Storage


Battery storage is a way to optimize energy by storing power now to use later. To understand if storage is right for you and learn how to get started, visit Battery Storage for Residential Customers.