PG&E program layering is when a multifamily customer or property owner is able to participate in multiple energy-saving programs to achieve greater project cost savings through available incentive opportunities. PG&E offers energy efficiency and renewable programs specifically designed for multifamily property owners, residents, and contractors that serve these properties to offer building upgrade assistance to … Continue reading What is PG&E program layering?
FAQ Group: Program Layering
What if ESA CAM doesn’t cover 100% of costs?
In the event ESA CAM is not able to provide incentives that match 100% of project cost, PG&E’s Single Point of Contact (SPOC) utilizes a one-stop model to refer customers to other energy efficiency programs in addition to renewable, water-saving, and financing opportunities that may be able to cover additional project costs. ESA CAM staff … Continue reading What if ESA CAM doesn’t cover 100% of costs?
How do I learn about other incentive programs I may qualify for?
PG&E’s Single Point of Contact (SPOC) utilizes a one-stop model to help multifamily property owners and managers identify qualifying energy efficiency, renewable, water savings, and financing opportunities. To get started, please complete an interest form here.
What is PG&E’s Single Point of Contact (SPOC) One-Stop Model?
PG&E’s Single Point of Contact (SPOC) service helps property owners/representatives reach carbon-free affordable energy consumption through no-cost benchmarking, financing resources, and assistance to identify, enroll in, and combine relevant multifamily programs. SPOC works closely with customers to offer technical expertise and support navigating the multifamily program market. To get started, please complete an interest form … Continue reading What is PG&E’s Single Point of Contact (SPOC) One-Stop Model?