Cách Nộp Đơn Yêu Cầu SCE Bồi Thường

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Give Your Customers An Incentive To Save

Become A Qualified Contractor

There’s never been a better time for licensed contractors to introduce home energy upgrades to households. Energy upgrades will help optimize customers’ energy efficiency and make homes greener.

Customers will be able to enjoy:
  • Get up to $6,500** in incentives
  • Realize long-term energy savings
  • Increase their home’s value
  • Help reduce greenhouse gas emissions

 

How To Participate

To become a program-qualified contractor, you need to be a California licensed contractor. Start the process by visiting the Contractor Website for Energy Upgrade California in SCE territory.

Attend a Program Overview Orientation for more information.

*Customers may also be eligible for incentives exceeding $6,500 based on their calculated energy savings.  Work with your participating contractor or rater to determine your upgrade’s incentive.
** Additional county rebates and incentives may be available


The Energy Upgrade California® program is still under development statewide and remains subject to change without notice. The program will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis until funding is expended or the program is terminated, whichever occurs first. Participation will be available to Southern California Edison (SCE) and/or Southern California Gas customers only. Eligible detached single family residencies (including all-electric) must have a valid SCE billing address within the SCE service territory. Participation is limited to one incentive payment per household. Incentive checks will be mailed four to six weeks after program completion. SCE’s program is funded by California utility ratepayers and administered by SCE under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.