The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) is pleased to announce a second competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) process for the Healthy Stores Refrigeration Grant Program. Through this program, CDFA funds energy efficient refrigeration units in corner stores and small businesses in low-income or low-access areas throughout the state to stock California-grown fresh produce, nuts and minimally processed foods.
The California Energy Commission’s Energy Conservation Assistance Act (ECAA) program provides 1 percent interest loans to cities, counties, special districts, public colleges and universities, public care institutions, and public hospitals. Loans finance energy efficiency and energy generation projects. The maximum loan is $3 million.
This funding opportunity seeks to encourage energy generation and energy efficiency on tribal lands. Up to $17 million is available for the deployment of energy infrastructure on tribal lands. Projects will relate to three topic areas:
Consistent with the Administration's all of the above energy strategy and recognizing the breadth of energy resources on Tribal Lands, energy infrastructure projects sought under this FOA are fuel and technology neutral. Specifically, under this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA), DOE's Office of Indian Energy is soliciting applications from Indian Tribes, which include Alaska Native Regional Corporations and Village Corporations, and Tribal Energy Resource Development Organizations to:
SDG&E offers incentive programs for businesses looking to improve their energy efficiency. Customers should contact SDG&E regarding eligibility and maximum incentive amounts. More information and program details can be found in the program handbook. Overall Program DetailsIncentive AmountSpace Heating Boiler: $0.25 per MBtuhDirect Contact Water Heater: $2 per MBtuhInstantaneous Water Heater: $0.50 - $2 per MbtuhStorage Water Heater: $2 per MBtuhProcess Boiler/Water Heater: $0.50 per MBtuhClothes Washer: $35 or $75 per unitFood Service Equipment: varies
San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) offers incentive programs for businesses looking to improve their energy efficiency. In addition to incentives, SDG&E also provides technical advice. See website for complete details. Overall Program DetailsIncentive AmountFood Service Equipment: varies Commercial Refrigeration/Freezers: varies Window Film: $1.35/sq. ft.Network Power Management Software: $15/desk top computerVending Machine Controller: $100/unitIrrigation: $1.15/low pressure nozzle; $44/acre drip irrigationGreenhouse Heat Curtain: $0.40/sq.
Residential customers of San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) are eligible for point-of-sale or mail-in rebates on energy-efficient clothes washers, water heaters, and variable speed pool pumps and motors. See website above for complete details. Overall Program DetailsIncentive AmountSee program website for complete detailsEquipment RequirementsSee program website for complete details
PG&E offers rebates for owners and managers of multi-family properties of five or more units. The program has two incentive components 1) an assessment incentive which is paid on a per dwelling unit basis for assessment and verification, and 2) an upgrade incentive which is a performance-based incentives for the energy efficiency upgrades. See program website for complete details. Overall Program DetailsIncentive AmountAssessment Incentive: $100 per dwelling unit for up to 200 units.
The federal Business Energy Investment Tax Credit (ITC) has been amended a number of times, most recently in December 2015. The table below shows the value of the investment tax credit for each technology by year. The expiration date for solar technologies and wind is based on when construction begins. For all other technologies, the expiration date is based on when the system is placed in service (fully installed and being used for its intended purpose).
DE-FOA-0001660: Deployment of Energy Efficiency and Clean Energy on Indian Lands - 2017 Under this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA), DOE’s Office of Indian Energy is soliciting applications from Indian Tribes (including Alaska Native Regional Corporations and Village Corporations) and Tribal Energy Resource Development Organizations to: (1) Install energy efficiency measures and clean energy systems on tribal buildings (Topic Area 1) through: a. Deep energy retrofits (Topic Area 1.a.), or b.