Residential Solutions

Home energy efficiency and renewable energy

Project Type

Energy Star

  LED lights

  Windows 

  Doors

  Skylights

  Insulation

  Refrigerators

 Electric

  Washers

  Dryers

  Ovens

  Furnace

  Heat pumps

  Water heater 

  Radiant floor

Solar Panel

Information

Project Evaluation

Project Go Inc. - low-income home energy assistance and weatherization programs

PG&E Home money saver

Access rebate information, catalog, and buyers guide for your next energy efficient upgrade with this interactive home money saver tool.

PG&E Home Energy Checkup

Find out where the energy in your home is being used, and information about making your home more energy efficient.

Cool Climate Funding Wizard

Your source for sustainability project funding

Energy Upgrade California

A statewide initiative to help Californians to reduce demand on the energy grid and make informed choices about their energy use at home and at work

California Energy Star

The simple choice for energy efficiency

Project Financing

Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) HERO - HERO financing was created to help you increase your home’s energy efficiency.

Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE)

PACE provides fixed-rate, no money down financing for energy efficiency, water conservation, and renewable energy systems repaid on their property tax bill. 

Federal Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit

Homeowners may claim a tax credit of 30% of qualified energy efficient expenditures, such as labor costs for on-site preparation, assembly or original system installation, and piping or wiring to interconnect a system to the home.

PG&E Solar Choice

Purchase up to 100% of your electricity from a solar program generated within California, without needing to install rooftop solar panels.

Community Choice Aggregation

(CCA) is a system adopted into law in California, which allows cities, counties, and some special districts, to aggregate the buying power of individual customers within a defined jurisdiction in order to secure alternative energy supply contracts on a community-wide basis, but allowing consumers not wishing to participate to opt out.