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Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing (MASH)

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Get rebates toward your solar power installation with the Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing program.

Important Update: We are excited to announce that the MASH program will reopen to new applications on July 31, 2018 at 9 a.m. (PST).  It will close on August 14, 2018 at 4 p.m. (PST).

Program Overview

The Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing (MASH) Program provides up front incentives for qualifying multifamily, affordable housing buildings. In 2015, MASH received $54 million in additional funding from AB 217. Additionally, we were able to transfer $4.56 million from MASH 1.0 rollover budget.

Typically, the owner of the multifamily building will apply for the incentive to offset the cost of installing a new solar energy system for common areas and/or to reduce energy costs for low-income tenants.

Two incentive levels are available: Track 1C & 1D. Please see the table for a summary of requirements.

How To Apply

Applying for the Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing (MASH) program is easy. The solar contractor will complete and submit all required documents for the application via the online database Powerclerk. You can find detailed information on the application process and how to secure your rebate in the MASH handbook, or by visiting our MASH Detailed Application Process page.

Making a Difference in Your Community

Since the beginning of the MASH program, we have embraced the importance of collaboration with diverse stakeholders including building owners, affordable housing tenants, solar financing entities and solar installers. We are committed to the MASH program and look forward to using our experience and success to continue to support our customers as it evolves.

Simi Valley

Simi Valley

The residents of Peppertree Court greatly appreciate the opportunity to live in a building where solar generation lowers their monthly household costs.

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Indian Wells

In Southern California's Coachella Valley, residents at the Indian Wells Villas' 90-unit senior apartment complex see an average of 80 percent to 100 percent reduction in their electricity bills thanks to a 222-kilowatt (kW) solar generating system and SCE's MASH program.

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Lancaster

Lancaster

Today, with the help of the solar savings, Amanatullah's art classes bring Arbor Court residents joy and a sense of togetherness. All thanks to our commitment to MASH.

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