BayREN Home Energy Advisor
Speak with a BayREN Home Energy Advisor. Your Home Energy Advisor is a certified energy efficiency professional who can guide you through each phase of your home improvement journey.
Learn more: Call 866-878-6008 or visit bayrenresidential.org for more information.
Home Efficiency Genie
The Genie is your trusted advisor for all efficiency and electrification upgrades and programs. Palo Alto residents can have The Genie review your historical consumption records to assess your electric gas and water usage and provide information on next steps for improving your home’s comfort, efficiency, health and safety.
Learn more: Call 650-713-3411 or visit efficiencygenie.com for more information.
HomeIntel Energy Savings Program by HEA
HomeIntel helps you find and focus on your energy waste to save energy and money, while also uniquely providing gas use analysis to help you plan to Electrify your home. No-cost HomeIntel uses your own electric and gas smart meter data to provide an online analysis, customized recommendations, and regular energy coaching and progress reports to help you save.
Learn more: Visit SanJose.hea.com to find more information and to sign up.
Rising Sun Green House Calls
No-cost energy & water assessments & installation.
Sign up: risingsunopp.org/programs/ghc.
Checkout A Portable Induction Cooktop
San José residents can check out a portable induction cooktop and cookware for free for up to 2 weeks.
Sign up: sjenvironment.org/inductioncooking.
The City of Palo Alto Utilities and Acterra are excited to announce the Peninsula’s first induction cooktop loaner program. Borrow an induction cooktop, pan, and carrying case for free for up to 3 weeks.
Learn more: Call 650-329-2241 or visit www.acterra.org/induction for more information.
Financing and Rebates
Electrify San José
Offers San Jose residents up to $6,000 to switch from a natural gas water heater to an electric heat pump water heater.
Learn more: Visit sjenvironment.org/electrifysanjose for more information.
The City of Palo Alto Utilities (CPAU)
Offers a Heat Pump Water Heater (HPWH) rebate, which provides a generous rebate of up to $1500 for residents who install an efficient, electric HPWH. Rebate funding is subject to availability and may change without prior notice.
Learn more: Call 650-713-3411 or visit cityofpaloalto.org/hpwh for more information.
Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE)
Offers a rebate for heat pump water heaters for customers living in Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Los Gatos, Milpitas, Monte Sereno, Morgan Hill, Mountain View, Saratoga, Sunnyvale and unincorporated Santa Clara County.
Learn more: Visit svcleanenergy.org/water-heating/ for more information.
Silicon Valley Power
Offers Santa Clara residents a rebate for heat pump water heaters.
Learn more: Visit the Silicon Valley Power website for more information.
Find financing options for energy- and water-efficiency upgrades for homeowners, renters, and commercial property owners.
Learn more: Visit sjenvironment.org/financing for more information.
San José Clean Energy’s TotalGreen Option
Choose San José Clean Energy’s TotalGreen Option to power your home with 100% renewable electricity.
Learn more: Visit sanjosecleanenergy.org/totalgreen for more information.
City of Palo Alto Utilities (CPAU)
Provides 100% carbon neutral electricity, sourced from renewable and hydroelectric resources, an all-electric lifestyle can be cleaner, healthier and more affordable than using fossil fuels.
Learn more: Visit the CPAU website for more information.
GreenStart is Silicon Valley Clean Energy’s competitively priced, standard electricity offering. GreenStart is sourced from renewable solar and wind farms, and from hydroelectric facilities – all carbon-free sources of energy. Customers can choose to upgrade to GreenPrime, SVCE’s premium 100% renewable and carbon-free choice sourced from wind and solar, for only $3 – $5 more per month for a typical residential customer.
Learn more: Visit svcleanenergy.org/greenprime for more information.