LADWP Energy Efficiency Upgrades and Incentives
Posted by Councilmember Englander on February 12, 2016 at 2:30 PM
LADWP is committed to a 15% energy efficiency goal by the year 2020, meaning they will strive toward reducing electrical energy consumption by 15% compared to the amount used in 2010. This is a very ambitious energy efficiency goal by a major municipal utility in the United States and will create jobs while promoting energy savings for customers.
To help achieve these goals, LADWP’s Efficiency Solutions program continues to offer many opportunities for customers to manage their water and power usage and costs.
1. Efficient Product Marketplace (EPM) provides customers an opportunity to research, locate, and purchase energy efficient products from a single website. The EPM is a convenient, one-stop web based solution that provides a selection of popular energy efficient brands available at numerous stores and online retailers, pricing and available rebate information on eligible products, and quick rebate turnaround.
Shopping for a product is easy and submitting your rebate request is even easier! All submissions are made electronically, with no paperwork to mail. Click here to verify product eligibility search for the right model.
2. Home Energy Improvement Program - LADWP is offering residential customers the opportunity to improve the energy and water performance in their homes, which can improve their comfort level and potentially reduce their energy and water cost through the Home Energy Improvement Program (HEIP). The program is free to eligible customers.
An assessment of your home will be performed by LADWP trained technicians to assist you in identifying the most appropriate and effective improvements for your home. During your assessment, the trained technicians will identify the areas in your home where cost-effective energy efficient upgrades and repairs should be made to improve your home. The home report is then forwarded to our skilled repair technicians to complete the work and after a quality assurance review is made of your home to ensure that the work has been performed properly, you’re done! Click here for more details.
3. Energy Upgrade California Home Upgrade provides incentives of up to $6,500 to Southern California Gas Company® (SoCalGas) and LADWP residential customers with detached single-family homes who complete qualifying energy-saving home upgrade projects. Each home's needs are unique, so a variety of upgrades are available to help you decide what's best for you and your home, including air sealing, insulation, windows, cool roofs, and upgrades to heating and cooling systems. This program is administered by SoCalGas: www.socalgas.com.
For more information, go to http://www.myladwp.com.
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