Multifamily Whole Building Program
We Can Help You Improve Your Property and Earn Rebates
The program offers energy consultation and assessment to multifamily property owners and managers. Learn how to improve tenant comfort, reduce energy use and secure your investment for the future.
SoCalGas energy efficiency experts are available to provide full terms and conditions and program requirements. For step-by-step guidance on how to maximize your rebates through whole-building upgrades, contact our team today.
How the Program Works
- Review portfolio and conduct a basic energy assessment: The program provides the property owner or designated staff member with a program Technical Assistant (TA) to help the property owner/staff member assess property energy performance, upcoming projects, operation/maintenance issues, high-potential properties and potential upgrade opportunities.
- Conduct energy assessment: The TA schedules an in-depth evaluation of building energy systems to identify potential efficiency measures through a free virtual audit, conducts an analysis to determine potential utility incentives available and works with the customer to select a scope of work that meets both program requirements and owner project goals. The owner completes a rebate reservation request (with help from the TA) and program funds are held for the project.
- Install energy efficiency measures: The customer selects measures to be installed and hires a qualified, licensed contractor of their choice to perform installations. The TA is available to assist the owner throughout this process.
- Submit rebate application: The TA performs a final site verification of installed measures and helps the customer submit a rebate claim form for installed energy efficiency product(s), after which the incentive is disbursed.
Gas Incentives For All Customers
The program will implement maximum incentive levels based on the type of property.
- Market Rate Projects can be incentivized up to 50% of total project cost. Market Rate is defined as any property that is not affordable.
- Affordable Projects can be incentivized up to 65% project cost. To qualify for the Affordable Incentive Path, a project must be classified as a Disadvantaged Community (DAC) or Hard to Reach (HTR). To determine if a property qualifies as either DAC or HTR, please contact program support staff listed below. Additionally, projects that meet the Energy Savings Assistance program (ESA) guidelines are also eligible for the Affordable Incentive path. Please contact program staff below to determine eligibility.
|Program Eligibility Requirements|
Energy Efficiency Incentives
The incentive amount corresponds to the level of energy efficiency achieved
|Natural Gas Savings*||Incentive Per Dwelling Unit**|
*Incentives offered by the Multifamily Whole Building Program are intended to help offset the cost of comprehensive energy efficiency upgrades. The total incentive amount cannot exceed measure and installation cost.
**The amount of the incentive is based upon simulated gas energy savings for the chosen scope of work and is calculated by the program Technical Assistant.
For Customers of SoCalGas and LADWP
Notice to Program Participants
Thank you for your continued interest in the SoCalGas/LADWP Multi-family Whole Building Program.
- Effective November 13, 3020, projects for the joint utility program referenced here, will no longer be accepted.
- All projects that have been submitted and approved prior to November 13, 2020 must begin construction before December 31, 2020, AND, the project must be completed by March 31, 2021. Projects not completed by the March 31, 2021 deadline will forfeit the calculated utility incentives.