ESA CAM provides funding for common area and central system upgrades, while ESA In-Unit focuses on upgrades within residential units. Both programs can work together to help property owners understand their no-cost energy efficiency upgrade opportunities. Read More.
After your project completes construction, verification is the final step before you can receive your incentive payment. Here are three tips to make sure the verification process goes smoothly. Read More.
It’s widely accepted that LED lighting is one of the “low hanging fruit” of energy efficiency. Upgrading conventional lighting, such as incandescent, halogen and florescent, in buildings to LED is a simple and effective way to substantially reduce electricity consumption and have impactful non-energy related advantages. Read More.
PG&E’s Energy Savings Assistance Common Area Measures (ESA CAM) program incentivizes up to 100% of upgrade costs for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment installed at eligible low-income multifamily properties. Read More.
When it comes to energy efficiency, lighting may be the first upgrade opportunity that comes to mind. However, ESA CAM’s eligible measures list goes deeper than lighting upgrades. Find out how one San Francisco property is leveraging ESA CAM funds to make major property upgrades. Read More.
You’ve filled out an ESA CAM interest form. What can you expect next? There are typically three steps to complete before incentive reservation. Your project’s case manager will guide you through the process. Read More.