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1 Energy Upgrade California Home Upgrade Offered by The Energy Network

2 Who is The Energy Network? Local government organization Created by the California Public Utilities Commission Provides resources and assistance to homeowners, businesses and public agencies planning energy efficiency upgrades Serving Southern California 2

3 Statewide Goals, Local Implementers The California Public Utilities Commission goal is to reduce energy consumption in existing homes by 40% from 2008 levels by 2020 Energy Upgrade California Home Upgrade is a statewide rebate program, implemented locally, created to meet this goal The Energy Network is one of many local program implementers 3

4 Energy Upgrade California Home Upgrade Two rebate types Advanced Home Upgrade rebate based on reducing overall energy consumption Home Upgrade rebate based on the types of measures installed 4

5 Advanced Home Upgrade Up to $6,500* in rebates and incentives Intended to encourage deep, comprehensive upgrades Rebate estimated after first energy audit and based on the reduction in modeled energy use Requires before and after energy audits and the use of utility energy modeling software Submit rebate paperwork to: Southern California Edison (SCE) & Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) *Customers may also be eligible for incentives exceeding $6,500 based on their calculated energy savings. 5

6 Home Upgrade Up to $3,000 in rebates and incentives Simpler menu-based approach Measure specific incentives mean accurate estimates No energy audits Two administrators* The Energy Network SCE and SoCalGas *Rebate amount and requirements vary depending on the administrator. Utility providers determines administrator. 6

7 Homeowner Eligibility Single-Family Detached Home Customers of both Southern California Edison and Southern California Gas Company Located in Los Angeles County Homeowner must also not have already participated in a similar program at the same service address with either Southern California Gas or Southern California Edison. 7

8 Home Upgrade in Los Angeles County Azusa W&P + SoCalGas = Utility rebate Pasadena W&P + SoCalGas = Utility rebate SCE + SoCalGas = The Energy Network LADWP + SoCalGas = Utility rebate SCE + Long Beach Gas & Oil = Utility rebate 8

9 The Energy Network Service Territory 9

10 Contractor Benefits Easy-to-use rebate menu Complicated and costly energy audits not required Account Managers provide personalized support at every step Fast rebate processing and check disbursement Rebate flexibility (homeowner/contractor) 10

11 Contractor Benefits Access to Home Energy Loans Access to Contractor Co-Op Reimburse 50% for qualifying marketing, equipment, and training expenses up to $10,000 Promotion by the Energy Network Listed on website ( Listed at outreach events Homeowner workshops Featured on social media 11

12 How does it work? Register with The Energy Network Quality Control On-Site Inspection Submit New Application to Reserve Project Perform Work Submit Project Completion Form Receive Incentive Check Select measures Signed Homeowner Terms and Conditions Copy of SCE & SoCalGas bills 1-2 days for notice to proceed 60 days to perform work after application submittal. Contact account manager to request for an extension. Submit Supporting Documentation Final Invoice When the Project Completion Form is complete and approved the check is mailed in about six days.

13 Home Upgrade Requirements Home Upgrade Participating Contractor must perform the work. Install a total of three or more measures. A carbon monoxide detector must be present or installed on each floor. Testing must be performed after work is completed to ensure quality and occupant safety. The home must have a minimum of 10% energy savings or measure rebate value of $2,000 or greater. Rebate and incentive amount can be a maximum of 50% of the total project cost, up to a $3,000 cap. Projects that include central air conditioning or a heat pump, or their related fans, must submit proof of permit closure.

14 Calculate your Home Upgrade Rebate! Choose three or more measures. Whole Building Air Sealing ( 15% 30%) $250 $450 Attic Insulation & Plane Sealing ( R-38 R-44) $550 $650 Duct Sealing ( 10% 6%) $250 $650 Bonus: Choose two of the above Choose three of the above $150 $350 Duct Insulation ( R-8) $400 Central Air Conditioner ( 15 SEER) $750 Central Furnace ( 92% AFUE 95% AFUE) $600 $700 Wall Furnace ( 70% AFUE) $400 Windows (U-Factor 0.30 & SGHC 0.25) $700 Wall Insulation ( R-13 for 2x4 frame; R-19 for 2x6 frame) $500 Floor Insulation ( R-19) $550 Gas Storage Water Heater (EF 0.67 EF 0.70) $350 $450 Gas Tankless Water Heater (EF 0.82) $900 Electric Water Heater (EF 2.00) $400 Add up your rebate! Maximum of $3,000.

15 Sample Project #1 To Homeowner/ Contractor: $1,800 Check to see if project meets 10% energy savings Whole Building Air Sealing ( 15% 30%) $250 $450 Attic Insulation & Plane Sealing ( R-38 R-44) $550 $650 Duct Sealing ( 10% 6%) $250 $650 Bonus: Choose two of the above Choose three of the above $150 $350 Duct Insulation ( R-8) $400 Central Air Conditioner ( 15 SEER) $750 Central Furnace ( 92% AFUE 95% AFUE) $600 $700 Wall Furnace ( 70% AFUE) $400 Windows (U-Factor 0.30 & SGHC 0.25) $700 Wall Insulation ( R-13 for 2x4 frame; R-19 for 2x6 frame) $500 Floor Insulation ( R-19) $550 Gas Storage Water Heater (EF 0.67 EF 0.70) $350 $450 Gas Tankless Water Heater (EF 0.82) $900 Electric Water Heater (EF 2.00) $400 Total: $1,800

16 Incentive Calculator Home Upgrade Incentive Calculator was created to determine project eligibility. Step 1: Input Existing Home Conditions Step 1: Describe Existing Home Conditions Climate Zone Vintage Floor Construction Existing Central Air Conditioning Present? Heating Water Heating Number of Stories Choose the appropriate characteristic below: Climate Zone is determined using the California Energy Commission s Climate Zones List 16

17 Incentive Calculator Step 2: Select Upgrade Measures Step 2: Select Upgrade Measures Installed Was the measure installed? Choose Y/N Whole Building Air Sealing - 15% leakage reduction 1-25 points Whole Building Air Sealing - 30% leakage reduction 1-45 points No No Insulate Ductwork to R-8-40 points No Reduce Duct Leakage to 10% 1,2-25 points No Reduce Duct Leakage to 6% 1,2-65 points No Insulate Attic - R30/38 1,3-55 points No Insulate Attic - R points No Insulate Floor to R points No Wall Insulation to R points No High Performance Dual Pane Windows - U-Factor points No Split/Packaged Central Air Conditioner/Heat Pump - 15 SEER ( 80% AFUE for Packaged Systems or HSPF 8.0 for Heat Pumps) - 75 points No Natural Gas Central Furnace - 92% AFUE - 60 points No Natural Gas Central Furnace - 95% AFUE - 70 points No Natural Gas Gravity Wall Furnace - 70% AFUE - 40 points No Electric Domestic Hot Water (DHW) - 40 points No Gas Storage DHW EF.67 and points No Gas Storage DHW EF points No Tankless DHW - EF points No Thermostatic Shut-Off Valve 4 No Thermostatic Shut-Off Valve & Low-Flow 4 No TCV/Low Flow can be install to achieve higher energy savings 17

18 Incentive Calculator TCVs and Low Flow Showerheads Does not count towards the 3 measure minimum Low Flow Showerheads must be 1.5 gpm Thermostatic Control Valves cannot be installed with a tankless water heater 18

19 Incentive Calculator Step 3: Verify Energy Savings Must meet 10% overall savings if the incentive amount is less than $2,000 Step 4: Estimate the Incentive Input final project cost Rebate and incentive amount can be a maximum of 50% of the total project cost, up to a $3,000 cap Step 3: Verify Estimated Energy Savings Results Savings Percent Saved Energy (kwh) % Demand (kw) % Energy (therms) % Overall 11.0% Step 4: Estimate the Incentive Points 250 Meets three measure minimum? Yes Meets base measure minimum? Yes Meets at least 10% Energy Savings? Yes 15 Point Base Measure Bonus? Point Base Measure Bonus? Meets 10% or 200 points? What is the final project cost? Estimated Incentive (max $3,000) 6 Yes $10, $2,

20 Sample Project #2 To Homeowner/ Contractor: $2,500 Whole Building Air Sealing ( 15% 30%) $250 $450 Attic Insulation & Plane Sealing ( R-38 R-44) $550 $650 Duct Sealing ( 10% 6%) $250 $650 Bonus: Choose two of the above Choose three of the above Bonus! $150 $350 Duct Insulation ( R-8) $400 Central Air Conditioner ( 15 SEER) $750 Central Furnace ( 92% AFUE 95% AFUE) $600 $700 Wall Furnace ( 70% AFUE) $400 Windows (U-Factor 0.30 & SGHC 0.25) $700 Wall Insulation ( R-13 for 2x4 frame; R-19 for 2x6 frame) $500 Floor Insulation ( R-19) $550 Gas Storage Water Heater (EF 0.67 EF 0.70) $350 $450 Gas Tankless Water Heater (EF 0.82) $900 Electric Water Heater (EF 2.00) $400 Total: $2,500

21 Sample Project #3 To Homeowner/ Contractor: $2,950 Whole Building Air Sealing ( 15% 30%) $250 $450 Attic Insulation & Plane Sealing ( R-38 R-44) $550 $650 Duct Sealing ( 10% 6%) $250 $650 Bonus: Choose two of the above Choose three of the above Bonus! $150 $350 Duct Insulation ( R-8) $400 Central Air Conditioner ( 15 SEER) $750 Central Furnace ( 92% AFUE 95% AFUE) $600 $700 Wall Furnace ( 70% AFUE) $400 Windows (U-Factor 0.30 & SGHC 0.25) $700 Wall Insulation ( R-13 for 2x4 frame; R-19 for 2x6 frame) $500 Floor Insulation ( R-19) $550 Gas Storage Water Heater (EF 0.67 EF 0.70) $350 $450 Gas Tankless Water Heater (EF 0.82) $900 Electric Water Heater (EF 2.00) $400 Total: $2,950

22 Carbon Monoxide (CO) Monitor A CO monitor is required on every floor of the home You do not have to replace existing monitors 22

23 Post-Retrofit Testing Post-retrofit diagnostic testing is required by measure, according to the table below. 23

24 Combustion Safety Test Building Performance Institute (BPI) Building Analyst (BA) must complete CAZ/CAS inspection to ANSI/BPI-1200 standards. This includes combustion appliance safety inspection, CO testing, and spillage testing under worst case and/or natural conditions where appropriate. Required for: Whole Building Air Sealing Attic Insulation & Plane Sealing Windows Wall Insulation 24

25 Blower Door Test Building Performance Institute (BPI) Building Analyst (BA) must complete a blower door test and evaluate post-retrofit ventilation requirements. When mechanical ventilation is required or recommended per ASHRAE standards, existing ventilation systems must be evaluated and wholebuilding ventilation requirement determined according to ANSI/BPI-1200 and ASHRAE standards. Required for: Whole Building Air Sealing Attic Insulation & Plane Sealing Windows Wall Insulation 25

26 Blower Door Test Blower Door test is not permitted if the following conditions are present: Possible asbestos duct work is present Any friable asbestos is present A combustion hazard is present Any health or safety issue that will impact the occupants is present Contractors must resolve any issues before proceeding with the blower door test Use TEN Whole Building Air Sealing Calculator 26

27 Duct Test Leakage-to-outside or total leakage test CF-3R HERS Certificate will be accepted Duct testing is not permitted if the following conditions are present: Possible asbestos duct work is present Any friable asbestos is present A combustion hazard is present Any health or safety issue that will impact the occupants is present Contractors must resolve any issues before proceeding with the duct leakage testing Required for: Duct Sealing, Central Air Conditioner, Central Furnace 27

28 Appliance Ambient / Whole-House Gas Leak Appliance Ambient contractor must check for presence of carbon monoxide in the ambient air around the appliance. For furnace replacements, perform a carbon monoxide test in the air stream of the supply register closest to the furnace. Whole-House Gas Leak inspect for gas leaks at all accessible interior and exterior gas lines, line valves, gas control valves, pilot lines, joints, fittings and meter using an electronic leak detector and micro-leak solution to identify leak location. BA is not required for these tests. Required for: Gas Furnace (central and wall) Gas Water Heater (storage and tankless) 28

29 Whole Building Air Sealing Requirement Rebate 15% leakage reduction from default $250 30% leakage reduction from default $450 Supporting Documentation: Whole Building Air Sealing Calculator Test-Out Manometer Photo at CFM 50 Test-In Manometer Photo at CFM 50 (if default values are not used) 29

30 Whole Building Air Sealing Calculator Step 1 determines if MV is recommended or required. Step 1 Inputs: year built # of stories average ceiling height conditioned floor area # of bedrooms # of occupants Test -out CFM50

31 Whole Building Air Sealing Calculator Step 2 calculates whole house ventilation airflow requirement Step 2 Inputs: Existing fan locations: (kitchen or bathroom) Exhaust Airflow (if measured) operable windows Weather Station Factor

32 Insulation Measure Requirement Rebate Floor R-19 $550 Attic (with plane sealing) R-38 R-44 Wall R-13 for 2x4 frame R-19 for 2x6 frame $550 $650 $500 Supporting Documentation: Wall Insulation Certificate 32

33 IAQ and HPD Requirement When performing attic insulation, contractors must ensure the following conditions are met: Kitchen and bath fan vent(s) connected for outdoor vent termination Barriers must be installed around or over any heat producing devices (HPDs). 33

34 IAQ and HPD Requirement Heat Producing Devices in the attic include but are not limited to the following: Recessed light fixtures Exposed fluorescent fixtures Doorbell transformers Fan motors Metal flues/vent pipes Masonry chimneys Gas and electric appliances (e.g. water heaters and furnaces) Abandoned vents Any other device that produces heat 34

35 Ductwork Measure Requirement Rebate Duct Sealing 10% leakage 6% leakage $250 $650 Duct Insulation R-8 $400 Supporting Documentation: Test-Out Manometer photo at CFM 25 or CF-3R HERS Certificate 35

36 Heating and Cooling Measure Requirement Rebate Central Furnace 92% 95% AFUE $600 $700 Air Conditioner 15 SEER $750 Wall Furnace 70% AFUE $400 Supporting Documentation: Proof of Permit Closure (work that include central air conditioning or a heat pump, or their related fans) AHRI Certificate (if SEER requirement is not met per the model number and spec sheet) 36

37 HVAC Replacement and Fuel-Switching Homeowner only qualify for the HVAC measures if they are changing out the existing central HVAC system Not allowed to go from a window AC to a central AC Not allowed to go from a wall furnace to central furnace Fuel-switching is not allowed in any Energy Upgrade California Programs Going from a propane to gas Going from gas furnace to and electric heat pump Going from gas water heater to electric water heater 37

38 Windows Requirement Rebate U-Factor 0.30 and SHGC 0.25 $700 Supporting Documentation: Windows Certificate

39 Water Heating Measure Requirement Rebate Gas Storage Water Heater EF 0.67 EF 0.70 $350 $450 Gas Tankless Water Heater EF 0.82 $900 Electric Storage Water Heater EF 2.00 $400

40 Supporting Documentation Required for every project Itemized invoice Terms and Conditions signed by homeowner Customer SCE & SoCalGas bills Required as applicable Permit Number Knob and Tube C-10 Certificate Asbestos Abatement letter

41 Quality Control (QC) Inspections and Mentoring On-site mentoring mandatory for first project test-out Ensures procedures meet Home Upgrade standards Contractor is responsible for scheduling the mandatory first inspection and any additional mentoring sessions Random inspections for subsequent projects QC team verifies work matches information on application, that it was done properly, and meets requirements The Energy Network notifies contractor and homeowner after the project is completed Contractor can request up to three additional mentoring sessions to refine skills or ensure a smooth application process Mentoring does not replace random QC inspections 41

42 Reimburses 50% of the cost of various Home Upgrade branded marketing materials, Home Upgrade approved equipment, and certifications and trainings approved to help with Home Upgrade Up to $10,000 while funds last First-come-first-served basis Contractor Co-op 42

43 Contractor Co-op Requirements To participate: Must be an active SCE/SoCalGas Participating Contractor or registered contractor with The Energy Network Register for the Contractor Portal and send signed Participation Agreement to To receive reimbursement (Matching Funds): Project must comply with the Contractor Co-op Guidelines Submit project for pre-approval through the Contractor Portal or via at Complete project and submit Proof of Payment (invoice, receipt, etc.) through the Contractor Portal or via at 43

44 Home Energy Loans Together with Matadors Community Credit Union, Energy Upgrade California offers low annual percentage rates (APR) to finance residential energy efficiency and solar projects. Loan amounts: $2,500 - $50,000 Must be an active Energy Upgrade California Participating Contractor Project must go through Home Upgrade or Advanced Home Upgrade Property must be serviced by SCE or SoCalGas (ineligible: Ventura, Santa Barbara or San Luis Obispo county) Rate Term (years) Monthly Payments for $15,000 loan 4.99% 5 $ % 10 $ % 15 $135 44

45 Take Advantage of the Home Upgrade Team The Energy Network and its Account Managers are here to help you with personalized support at every step. Contractors are our priority. Application questions answered Technical questions answered Questions about other program questions answered Calls returned in 24 hours 45

46 Thank You Contact The Energy Network Monday - Friday, 8:30 5:30 Phone: (877)

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