Third-Party Energy Efficiency (EE) Programs in SCE’s Service Territory
Energy Efficiency (EE) programs can help you save energy and contribute to a clean energy future. You can directly contact a third-party company (i.e., not affiliated with SCE) for many of these programs. You can learn more about the various third-party programs listed below and how they may be able to help you conserve energy and lower your energy costs.
Investor-Owned Utilities (IOUs) have contracted with third-party companies to design and implement the EE programs below. The list of third-party EE programs below is provided for informational purposes only and as a convenience to customers. If you participate in a third-party EE program, you will enter into a contract with the applicable third-party. SCE is not a party to, or guarantor of such contract and you should thoroughly review the terms and conditions of your contract with the third-party, so you know your rights and obligations before contracting. SCE does not recommend, endorse, qualify, guarantee, or make any representations or warranties regarding any third-party EE program and SCE shall not be liable for any actions or inactions of any third-party EE program. PLEASE READ IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND DISCLAIMERS AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.
Implemented by ICF, the Agriculture Energy Efficiency (AgEE) Program helps growers and producers incorporate EE equipment and technology at their facilities. Making EE improvements helps conserve electricity and may lead to; reduced maintenance time, operating and overhead costs, and increase production and profits.
Learn more at CaAgEnergy
The statewide California Energy Design Assistance program (CEDA), implemented by Willdan, provides a complimentary, comprehensive analysis of different EE options. It also identifies potential energy savings and incentives tailored to your specific new construction or major alteration project. CEDA serves Commercial, Multifamily (four stories and higher), Public, Industrial, and Agricultural customers.
Learn more at California Energy Design Assistance
Instant Rebates is a statewide EE program that enables Commercial Foodservice (CFS) equipment dealers to offer rebates as point-of-sale discounts. The program applies to commercial utility customers who purchase qualifying high-efficiency natural gas and electric kitchen equipment.
Learn more at California Foodservice Instant Rebates
The Statewide Electric Emerging Technologies Program; branded as CalNEXT, will identify and resource ideas that will advance the state’s priorities for decarbonization through electrification, utility grid priorities such as load flexibility, new measures for utility programs, and engaging hard-to-reach customers and disadvantaged communities. Project categories include research and development addressing appliances, Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC), lighting, process loads, water heating, and the whole buildings. Selected projects will be tested and potentially incorporated into investor-owned utility programs
Learn more at CalNEXT
Comfortably CA is a statewide EE program offering Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) distributors and retailers incentives on specific high-efficiency residential and commercial heating and cooling equipment. The program also provides no-cost training to contractors and technicians. Together, we’re helping California feel good, while participating businesses "outcomfort" the competition.
Learn more at Comfortably CA
Illuminate California is a statewide program that provides incentives to promote EE lighting installed at qualified commercial and industrial businesses. Approved distributors receive access to lighting product incentives through a streamlined incentive payment process. Visit our website to learn how to become a program-approved distributor.
Learn more at Illuminate CA
The Statewide Midstream Water Heating Program provides expert distributors incentives and program support for offering attractive point-of-sale water heating rebates to eligible commercial SoCalGas, PG&E, SCE, and SDG&E customers.
Learn more at Statewide Midstream Water Heating Program
The State of California Energy Strategy and Support Program is designed to help California state agencies implement energy savings projects at state-owned buildings. The program provides support in four areas: financial, policy, technical, and Trade Professional management.
Learn more at SOC ESS
The Willdan Commercial Energy Efficiency Program (CEEP) provides comprehensive EE to commercial SCE customers who have monthly maximum energy demands of greater than 20 kW across Southern California Edison's (SCE’s) service territory. This program uses Deemed, Custom Calculated, and Normalized Meter Energy Consumption (NMEC) approaches to reach customers across Commercial North American Industry Classification (NAICS) codes, including Lodging, Restaurants, Grocery Stores, Warehouses, Refrigerated Warehouses, Retail and Technology, Offices, and others.
Learn more at Commercial Energy Efficiency Program
The Willdan Industrial Energy Efficiency Program (IEEP) provides comprehensive EE to SCE industrial customers who have monthly maximum energy demands of greater than 20 kW across Southern California Edison's (SCE's) service territory. This program uses Deemed, Custom Calculated, and NMEC approaches to reach customers across Industrial Normalized Meter Energy Consumption (NAICS) codes, including Manufacturing, Wholesale Trade, Transportation and Warehousing, Mining, Utilities, Construction and others.
Learn more at Industrial Energy Efficiency Program
The Willdan Multifamily Energy Efficiency Program (MFEEP) provides comprehensive EE to multifamily SCE customers across Southern California Edison's (SCE’s) service territory. This program uses Deemed, Custom Calculated, and Normalized Meter Energy Consumption (NMEC) approaches to reach multifamily properties as well as the Property Management Offices, Leasing Offices, Residential Remodelers and other facilities that directly support the Multifamily segment.
Learn more at Multifamily Energy Efficiency Program
IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND DISCLAIMERS REGARDING THIRD-PARTY PROGRAMS
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) ordered the California Investor-Owned Utilities (IOUs) to procure Energy Efficiency (EE) programs designed and implemented by third- parties. As a result, each IOU entered into contracts with certain vendors who were selected through competitive solicitation processes. Additionally, customers will now receive EE services, products, compensation, and/or installation directly or indirectly from such third-party implementers, based on individual agreements between the customers and such third-party implementers. The following applies to third-party EE programs:
- SCE does not (i) design third-party implemented EE programs or program requirements, (ii) determine what measures are eligible or appropriate for customers, (iii) install the measures, or (iv) arrange for installations.
- SCE is not and shall not be deemed to be a party or guarantor to any agreement between customers and any third-party implementers. SCE has no contractual obligation, directly or indirectly, to customers as related to third-party EE programs.
- SCE is not liable for any actions or inactions, negligence, gross negligence, or willful misconduct of any third-party implementer, or any distributor, vendor, installer, or manufacturer of the product(s) purchased.
- Customers are strongly encouraged to perform their own research and due diligence and to obtain multiple bids or quotes when seeking any third-party implementers to perform any type of work or procure any type of product.
- Customers should thoroughly review the terms and conditions of their agreements with any third-party implementers, to understand the terms of agreements before signing, including all costs, installation, allocation of risk, and maintenance or warranty periods after installation.
- SCE does not recommend, endorse, qualify, guarantee, or make any representations or warranties regarding the services, work, quality, financial stability, or performance of any third-party implementers or any of the third-party implementers’ distributors, contractors, subcontractors, product installers, or any product brands listed on the third-party implementers’ websites or provided, directly or indirectly, by such third-party implementers.