Rebates & Financing

Single Family Homeowners

Single family homeowners can save energy, increase the comfort and safety of the home and save money with BayREN Home Upgrade. A Home Upgrade Advisor can help homeowners receive rebates for installing energy efficient upgrades in the home. Upgrading heating, air conditioning, insulation, water, and other systems can all help strengthen your home’s efficiency, reduce energy consumption, and reduce energy costs.

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MultiFamily Homeowners

Multifamily property owners can access cash rebates and no-cost energy consulting for undertaking energy upgrades. The BayREN Multifamily program assists in planning energy and water saving improvements designed to save about 15% of a building’s energy usage and provides $750 per unit in rebates to help pay for the upgrade.

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The Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) is a collaboration of the nine Bay Area counties. Bay REN is funded by California ratepayers and is overseen by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). BayREN implements energy savings programs on a regional level including programs for single family and multifamily buildings, financing, and codes and standards.

Financing Options

Single Family Financing
Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) programs allow qualified property owners in participating communities to obtain affordable, long-term financing for energy efficiency, renewable energy, and water conservation improvements and repay it through their property tax bills. Learn more about PACE financing and find participating PACE providers in your community by visiting our interactive map.

Multifamily Financing
Multifamily property owners can access assistance to bring down the interest rate from their lender to finance an energy upgrade. The Bay Area Multifamily Capital Advance Program (BAMCAP) provides loan capital at 0% interest to the lender, which means the property owner only pays interest on the remaining loan capital supplied by the lender.

Find PACE Providers in Your City

Click your City to see which providers are active in your city. You can get more information on providers by visiting their independent websites.


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