LADWP is delivering two (2) light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs to all residential customers to help Save Energy LA. Switch from incandescent and compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) to LEDs and save $238 in electric costs over the lifetime of each bulb. LEDs last longer and save money and electricity.
Deliveries began in September and will continue through end of 2016. Be on the lookout for your LED bulbs, they will arrive in a great-looking, reusable bag – ideal for toting groceries or your work lunch – and a Save Energy LA brochure that lists our many programs and rebates for saving electricity. Let’s put our energy in to saving it!
Residential customers can receive a $50 rebate, along with free pick-up, when they turn-in older refrigerators and freezers. The old appliance will be recycled in an environmentally responsible manner which meets the Environmental Protection Agency’s criteria. Eligible units must be fully operational and satisfy certain age and size requirements. LADWP’s contractor, Appliance Recycling Centers of America (ARCA), will work with the customer in scheduling an appointment to pick up the old appliance.
The Certified Pool Pump Replacement (CPPR) Program offers, for a limited time, up to a $1,000 rebate to LADWP residential customers who have in-ground swimming pools filtered with a single-speed pool pump. Learn More
LADWP offers the Consumer Rebate Program (CRP) to our residential customers to promote the use of energy-efficient products. This program is designed to both educate and encourage LADWP residential customers to purchase and install qualifying products in their home. Rebates are offered for various measures such as pool pump motors, high-efficiency windows, heating ventilation and air condition (HVAC) systems, refrigerator/freezer recycling, whole house fans, and others.
SOLAR INCENTIVE PROGRAM (SIP)
This program offers incentives to both residential and non-residential customers who lease or purchase solar systems for installation on their property. The current incentive level for the residential SIP is $0.40/watt and $.70/watt for the non-residential SIP. In addition, the programs allows for an higher incentive for non-profit agencies as well as educational institutions. The resulting incentive is calculated based upon the estimated annual production of the installed system. Learn More
For a limited time, the Efficient Product Marketplace (EPM) provides customers an opportunity to research, locate, and purchase energy efficient products from a single website. The EPM is a convenient, one-stop web based solution that provides a selection of popular energy efficient brands available at numerous stores and online retailers, pricing and available rebate information on eligible products, and quick rebate turnaround. All submissions are made electronically, with no paperwork to mail. Rebates are provided via a prepaid LADWP gift card that can be used anywhere where Visa credit cards are accepted. Learn More
FREE AC TUNE-UP PROGRAM
LADWP’s AC Optimization Program provides services by certified HVAC technicians to analyze your cooling systems and provide basic maintenance and efficiency services to keep your AC running optimally. This service is free for all eligible residential and commercial LADWP customers with qualifying central AC units sized 1-10 tons. Services include system performance diagnostic tests, air filter replacement, and cleaning of the outside condenser coils. Learn more.
*Program renewed for two years - see www.ladwp.com/ev for details!
Charge Up L.A.! provides rebates to offset your out-of-pocket costs for the purchase of a qualifying electric vehicle (EV) charger to encourage the installation of a qualifying EV charger at residential and commercial locations. This program benefits the environment and helps EV drivers save fuel costs at the same time. The rebate is offered to residential customers who purchase or lease a qualifying EV and install a Level 2 charger at their home. It is also available to commercial customers who seek to install EV chargers for their employees and/or customers. Learn More
ENERGY UPGRADE CALIFORNIA™ (EUCA)
The Energy Upgrade California™ Program is a collaborative effort among California counties, cities, non-profit organizations, the state’s investor-owned utilities, and publicly owned utilities to deliver a California statewide “whole house” residential retrofit energy efficiency program, in which LADWP partners with Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas®). EUCA offers incentives to homeowners who complete selected energy-saving home improvements on single-family residences or 2-4 unit buildings, such as townhouses, condominiums, etc.
CITY PLANTS (CP)
The City Plants Program provides free shade trees for residents and property owners in Los Angeles to promote the planting of trees to improve building energy efficiency. This is a joint program implemented by LA Department of Public Works and supported by LADWP. Through this partnership, CP is able to provide free shade trees for residents and property owners in the City of Los Angeles along with information on where to plant the trees for maximum energy efficiency benefits. CP currently focuses on providing trees for residential customers but will also provide trees to commercial customers.
This program is a partnership with the Metropolitan Water District to offer numerous rebates for residential customers who purchase and install water conservation equipment. Rebates are offered for various measures such as rain barrels and cisterns, high-efficiency clothes washers, high-efficiency toilets, weather-based irrigation controllers and others. Learn More
Residential customers can receive cash back when they remove and replace turf with California Friendly® landscaping,mulch, permeable pathways, and artificial turf. Customers can get up to $1.75 per square foot of turf removed for the first 1,500 square feet. Learn More
LADWP provides free low-flow showerheads, kitchen aerators, and bathroom faucet aerators to all single-family LADWP customers, distributed through the LADWP Customer Service Centers. Learn More