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Creating Pathways to Achieve California's Climate Goals
ATTENTION: Your claims may need to be submitted by January 31, 2023 – For full guidance as to whether you may need to have your claims in by this deadline, please visit the Contractor Knowledge Base linked here.
Incentives offered through TECH Clean California are available for contractors installing Heat Pumps and Heat Pump Water Heaters to qualifying customers throughout the State of California.
Please go to the links below to learn more about the initiative:
- TECH Contractor Knowledge Hub
- TECH Clean California Public Reporting Website
- Switch is On
Available incentives for TECH Clean California at this moment include funds for HPWH projects in SoCal Gas territory. Funds for other programs, including Central Coast Community Energy (3CE) (HPWH only) and BayREN are still available and can be applied for through Iris. As noted in our recent stakeholder meeting, single-family Heat Pump HVAC incentives will be available statewide again in the coming months.
Budget will continue to be updated at California TECH Initiative - Energy Solutions.
As you may have heard, an additional $50 million in funding for TECH Clean California will be provided through the California Energy Trailer Bill just enacted by the Legislature, for the 2022 fiscal year. We applaud the State for its continued commitment to building decarbonization investments, and we are very excited that TECH was included. The CPUC will issue a ruling in their building decarbonization ruling to solicit input from stakeholders on the use of the additional funding. Please stay tuned for more information, and visit the TECH Clean California Public reporting site for any updates.
Technology and Equipment for Clean Heating (TECH) Clean California is a $120 million program aimed at driving the market adoption of low-emissions space and water heating technologies for existing single and multifamily homes across California to help advance the state’s mission to achieve carbon neutrality by 2045. TECH Clean California is funded by California gas corporation ratepayers under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.