Residents and businesses will be able to access programs and expertise that is tailored to our community for making energy efficiency improvements in their homes and buildings.
Los Angeles Regional Collaborative for Climate Action and Sustainability
LARC’s mission is to ensure a sustainable Los Angeles prepared for the impacts of climate change.
Los Angeles County Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE)
(PACE) Program enables homeowners to install energy efficiency, renewable energy and water-saving improvements to their properties without putting any money down! The Los Angeles County PACE Program is a financing system designed to facilitate and fund adoption of energy efficiency, water efficiency, and renewable energy building upgrades. PACE funds up to 100% of the installed cost through low interest loans that are designed to be repaid as a portion of the property owner’s tax bill.
Energy Partnership Program
Administered by the California Energy Commission (CEC), the Energy Partnership Program assists California cities, counties, special districts, public hospitals, and public care facilities in their efforts for energy efficiency projects. This funding helps participants identify the most cost effective energy saving opportunities for new and existing facilities.The Energy Partnership Program can provide technical assistance early in the design phase for new buildings to further exceed the minimum energy savings from Title 24. For existing facilities, applicants can apply for technical assistance in conducting energy audits, reviewing proposals, developing performance specifications, and more.
The Energy Atlas
The Energy Atlas provides detailed information from the building energy sector. ICF International prepared community GHG emissions inventories on behalf of Los Angeles County (LA County) and the Los Angeles Regional Collaborative (LARC) for the year 2010. These enable a city to better understand their full emissions profile beyond the building energy sector. Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions inventories are available for each of the 88 cities and unincorporated regions within LA County.
Local Solar + Renewables
Advanced Energy Community plans will include opportunities to install local solar and renewable energy generation resources in our neighborhoods. Through the new utility billing program, as well, participants will have the ability to procure an increased percentage of energy from renewable sources outside of our communities.
LA County Solar Map and Green Planning Tool
The Los Angeles County Solar Map and Green Planning Tool assists users in understanding and planning solar projects across Los Angeles County. Mapping, design, and financing tools are provided to facilitate the easy adoption of solar technology at each individual user’s location.
Southern California Edison
Southern California Edison is the primary electricity supply company of Southern California.
Cal Enviro Screen 2.0
The California Environmental Health Screening Tool, developed by the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA), is used to identify communities that are significantly and disproportionately impacted by pollution in California.
Southern California Gas Company
The Southern California Gas Company provides rebates for water heaters, insulation, furnaces, whole home upgrades, and more. Extensive commercial rebates are provided by Southern California Gas and are available by individual industry or by equipment type.
Whole Home Upgrade Rebates
California Climate Investment Map
The Climate Investment Map illustrates California’s investments towards climate action and energy efficiency. It provides an overview of investments across the State from 12 different programs and will be updated to include additional greenhouse gas reduction fund programs in the coming years.