July 25, 2022
Public agencies enrolled with the Southern California Regional Energy Network can now unlock new energy efficiency project opportunities with SoCalREN cash incentives! Both SoCalREN’s Metered Savings Program and Streamlined Savings Pathway Program are now offering incentives based on how much greenhouse gas emissions are avoided by energy efficiency projects—the more agencies save, the more they give!
Underserved agencies receive up to double the incentives
Any enrolled SoCalREN public agency can apply and incentives are offered for all qualifying projects, but facilities within underserved communities will receive up to double the incentive. Visit socalren.org/agencies/dac to determine if your agency’s facility is considered underserved.
SoCalREN believes in the power of public agencies to lead their communities toward a safe, secure, resilient, affordable, and sustainable clean energy future. SoCalREN Public Agency Programs help cities, counties, school districts, water agencies, and special districts identify and implement energy efficiency projects. The programs offer services that take a comprehensive, customized approach to support the unique needs of public agencies, offering an objective, third-party resource for enrolled agencies at no cost.
Program services are available for qualifying public agencies throughout the counties of Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Ventura, Inyo, Imperial, and Mono, as well as portions of Orange, Kern, Tulare, Santa Barbara, and Kings counties.
Register today to join the SoCalREN network of like-minded agencies and receive their toolkit, which includes tips to get started on energy efficiency projects, marketing tools like web-badges and social media posts to share your commitment to energy efficiency with your community, and access to past SoCalREN webinars and their resource library!
The Southern California Regional Energy Network (SoCalREN) is administered by the County of Los Angeles and funded by California utility ratepayers under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.