SDG&E Residential Zero Net Energy Transformation (RZNET) Program
Do you live in an apartment or manufactured home? Do you own or operate a multifamily or manufactured housing community? If so, we may have ways to help reduce your energy costs by participating in the new innovative Residential Zero Net Energy Transformation (RZNET) program.
The Residential Zero Net Energy Transformation (RZNET) program will assist SDG&E multifamily and manufactured housing customers with navigating their path to zero net energy.
What is Zero Net Energy(ZNE)? ZNE is the total amount of energy used by the building on an annual basis is equal to or less than the amount of renewable energy (energy created by sources that are naturally replenished, such as wind, rain, or solar) created on-site.
RZNET allows you to connect with an Energy Advisor that will help you make informed decisions about how to achieve your energy efficiency goals.
RZNET program participants on the path to zero net energy, begin with the installation of no-cost measures and a complimentary ASHRAE Level 1 audit. Information on advanced energy efficiency, solar PV installations, and battery storage opportunities for multifamily and manufactured housing properties is also available.
No- cost Measures may include:
- Low flow showerheads
- Low flow aerators
- Pipe (near water heater)
- Auto-diverting tub spout
- ECM furnace motor replacement
- Air conditioning tune-up
- Efficient fan control
- Smart thermostat