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Energy 101 For Landlords

As a landlord, you have a lot to manage. Let us help you understand all your options for meeting your energy needs, including energy-efficiency features for your property. You’ll save money—for yourself and your tenants—and add value to your investment, too.

Installing an electric-vehicle charging station will add value to your property and attract new desirable tenants, but there’s a lot to consider before you do.

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The Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing (MASH) program offers incentives for installing solar power systems in affordable, multifamily housing to help both tenants and landlords save more.

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In multi-family dwellings, the landlord must issue each unit a submeter and then bill each tenant at the set SCE rates for single-family dwellings.

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The Residential Multifamily Energy Efficiency Rebate Program offers incentives and rebates to property owners and managers who improve the energy efficiency of their multi-family buildings. Not only will you save on energy and reduce your electricity bills, you’ll also reduce time spent on maintenance and improve the security and comfort of your complex to keep good tenants longer.

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How It Works

The rebate application for this program will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Program is effective until December 31, 2012, or until funding is exhausted, or until the program is suspended by the California Public Utilities Commission, whichever occurs first. This program may be modified or terminated without prior notice.

Funding is Limited. So Don’t Delay.

Please call 1-800-736-4777 for additional program information and details.

Under California law, models of certain types of appliances, for example, refrigerators, dishwashers and clothes washers etc., must be certified by the California Energy Commission before being sold or offered for sale in the state. The Energy Commission maintains a database of those appliances, found at the following link: www.appliances.energy.ca.gov. Before purchasing this type of appliance, please consult the Energy Commission's database to see if the particular model of the appliance you want to buy is in the database. Not all products listed in this database are eligible for utility rebates as they do not all meet the higher energy performance requirements of the utility programs. Please refer to Southern California Edison rebate applications to find energy saving products eligible for rebate.