New collateral & updates from The Energy Network
New collateral is headed your way! For Home Upgrade as offered by The Energy Network, we're printing new collateral that lists the eligible measures with rebate amounts instead of points. 
Next week, we'll send you a package of collateral. Please let us know if you'd like additional copies. Download the brochure or preview the new collateral below:  
Participation updates 

We're pleased to announce some additional updates.

  • More furnaces are eligible - We've reduced the minimum furnace efficiency requirement to 92% AFUE
  • Less CAS/CAZ paperwork - Similar to the utility offerings, you no longer need to submit your CAS/CAZ testing data - just certify that the work was completed
  • CAS/CAZ testing support  - Find a subcontractor who can perform your CAS/CAZ testing (and use your $150 testing incentive to offset the cost)
  • New map - Download the map of the service area for Home Upgrade as offered by The Energy Network (see image below) 
Download the updated Contractor Manual at our Participating Contractor website,
Website updates
We're also in the process of updating our website at:
  • Find a Contractor - Contractors who register with The Energy Network will be listed on our website in addition to the Energy Upgrade California website. Contact us to update your entry
Home Upgrade as offered by The Energy Network
Home Upgrade as offered by The Energy Network is open to homeowners of single-family, detached homes in Los Angeles County who are customers of both Southern California Edison and Southern California Gas Company.
Or, download the map and list of eligible cities.

The Energy Network is administered by the County of Los Angeles and funded by California utility ratepayers under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.


Energy Upgrade California™ is a state initiative to educate residents and small business consumers about energy management. The initiative helps Californians take action to save energy and conserve natural resources, reduce demand on the electricity grid, and make informed energy management choices at home and at work. It is supported by an alliance of the California Public Utilities Commission, the California Energy Commission, utilities, regional energy networks, local governments, businesses, and nonprofits to help communities meet state and local energy and climate action goals. Funding comes from investor-owned utility customers under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. �2013 Energy Upgrade California. Trademarks are property of their respective owners. All rights reserved. 


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