How the Program Works

How To Participate

We simplify participation by providing a team of agriculture energy efficiency experts who will help you throughout your experience, including helping you complete and submit your rebate application. Follow the steps below to get started with improving your facilities. 

  • Contact us to confirm participation eligibility. 
  • Work with an Agriculture Energy Efficiency (AgEE) account manager in your area to determine the right equipment upgrades for your facilities.
  • Install your new equipment with the trade professional* of your choice.
  • Submit your rebate application and complete verification requirements.
  • Receive your rebate and the benefits of your new energy-efficient equipment.

Eligibility Explanation 

Qualifying businesses must be listed under North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code 11 and have an active service account in good standing with SoCalGas. In addition, businesses must not have received an incentive from SoCalGas for the same equipment within the past five years, and all projects and equipment must meet the Program’s Basic Requirements.

Program Requirements

  • All equipment must be new natural gas-fired equipment. Fuel switching does not qualify.
  • Qualifying equipment must be purchased and installed between January 1, 2022, and December 31, 2022. In addition, the purchase date of the equipment must be within the calendar year that the application is submitted unless indicated otherwise.
  • All required efficiency levels must exceed California Title 20 and 24 standards.**
  • Equipment must meet the Program’s technical specifications. Your account manager will provide guidance on measure-specific information.

Zero percent on-bill financing is available on qualifying energy efficiency projects. Find out how to apply for interest-free financing here and see eligible equipment here.

*Trade professionals must hold a current Contractors State License Board (CSLB) license relevant and applicable to the work being performed.
**Title 20 refers to California Appliance Efficiency Regulations; Title 24 outlines California Building Energy Efficiency Standards. Please visit the California Energy Commission website for more information.