Save More, Earn More with SDG&E Incentives
Benefit from cash incentives for retrofitting existing equipment or installing new high-efficiency equipment to save energy. Your incentive amount is driven by the amount of energy the project saves. The more you save, the more you earn—up to 50 percent of your project cost, or 100 percent of the allowable incentive amount. In addition to the incentive, eligible participants can now receive a comprehensiveness bonus.
Complete the Pre-Application Process
All Business Incentives projects need to submit a signed Pre-Application. Signatures are required by the customer as well as the project sponsor/Trade Professional.
The Pre-Application allows SDG&E Engineering Services to provide proactive application and project assistance for your custom incentive projects.
|New Incentive Rate Structure: 2018 Program Year|
Cómo presentar una solicitud
Review the Release of Information Policy* and Energy Efficiency Business Incentives fact sheet.
Read the Energy Efficiency Manual and review Incentive Rates and Comprehensiveness Bonus Criteria.
Once measure eligibility is confirmed, and the customer has expressed interest in moving forward with the measure in the near future, fill out the 2018 Business Incentives Pre-Application (see Tab 2) and submit to the customer's assigned Account Executive, with a copy also sent to [email protected].
After reviewing the submittal requirements in the application checklist, submit your completed and signed application (with all supporting documentation) by emailing [email protected].
SDG&E will review complete applications, submit projects to California Public Utilities Commission staff for review, and conduct pre-inspections.
- Purchase or installation of equipment cannot occur prior to the receipt of a Notice to Proceed. See Step 8 below.
If measurement and verification is required the Customer or Project Sponsor will be asked to complete the Measurement & Verification form.
SDG&E will issue a Program Project Agreement to the Customer or Project Sponsor.
SDG&E will execute the Program Project Agreement upon receipt of a signed copy and will issue a Notice to Proceed to the Customer or Project Sponsor.
The Customer or Project Sponsor should notify SDG&E of installation by submitting an Installation Report and invoices consistent with the Invoice Template (xls) and Invoice Guidelines (pdf).
SDG&E will review invoices and the Installation Report, submit the project for review to California Public Utilities Commission staff, and conduct a post-inspection.
SDG&E will the review documentation, and make savings and incentive adjustments if needed while awaiting clearance from California Public Utilities Commission staff to pay the project.
SDG&E will issue payment to Payee designated by Customer after receiving clearance from the California Public Utilities Commission staff.
- This process is different for Measurement and Verification Projects. Measurement and Verification Projects are typically issued the final incentive after completing an agreed upon post-monitoring period. At the conclusion of the post-monitoring period Customers or Project Sponsors must submit an Operating Report (xls) to initiate the final payment.
*Release of Information Policy
If the CPUC requests review of your project, SDG&E will provide the CPUC with all of the information requested without further notification to you. If you refuse to allow the CPUC, its staff or its contractors and/or consultants to have access to your data, you will not be allowed to participate, and you will be ineligible to receive any program incentives. Please note that if you designated a project sponsor, a similar notification has been forwarded to them as well. In the event your project is selected for review, SDG&E will mark your data as confidential before submitting your files to the CPUC in accordance with California Public Utilities Code Section 583 and CPUC General Order 66-C.