Rebates & Financing

Rebates & Financing

Let’s Save Money, Energy and Water Together!

Are you a homeowner, small to medium-sized business owner, or a property manager? BayREN empowers citizens of the Bay Area with rebates and incentives that help lower bills and increase energy savings.

Events & Training

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BayREN Launches Resilient Libraries Network to Bolster Community Resilience

Libraries have always been vital community hubs for learning and development, and during the Covid-19 pandemic, some have even expanded to provide critical health resources. As temperatures continue to rise and climate hazards become more prevalent in the Bay Area, libraries can also serve as integral locations to help the community stay safe during these increasingly common extreme weather events. BayREN is launching a pilot initiative to develop a network of energy efficient and resilient local libraries to deliver resources based on local needs before, during and after natural hazard-related events.

Now We're Cooking...with Induction!

Three minutes. That’s how long it can take to heat up one liter of water on an induction cooktop, compared to the 10 minutes it takes on a gas or electric stove. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of induction cooking!

Celebrating Rising Sun: Forging Paths for a Clean Economy and High Roads Jobs

Working at the intersection of economic equity and climate resilience, Rising Sun Center for Opportunity has been a force for change in the San Francisco Bay Area and San Joaquin County communities since 1994. Read more to learn about their vision to create a path for high roads jobs through their Climate Careers youth program and their partnership with BayREN.

Home Upgrades

Home Upgrades
Find the Right Solution For Your Home

Find out what upgrades your home needs, then work with a contractor for assistance with installation and rebates.

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Step 1) Discover

View rebates for energy improvements and learn how to bring out the best in your home.

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Step 2) Contact

Get in touch with a Home Energy Advisor who can support you through the process at no cost.

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Step 3) Complete projects

Choose qualified products or services and work with a participating contractor when professional installation is required.

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Step 4) Receive rebates

Depending on the project type, you or your contractor will submit the application for you to receive your rebate.

Check out the Energy Atlas 2.0

The Energy Atlas project provides Californians, and those interested in ongoing energy transitions, with the opportunity to interact with one of the largest sets of disaggregated building energy data available in the nation.

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