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Southern California Edison Rebates Information

Appliances

appliancesApply for rebates on qualified appliance purchases.

Pool

poolGet rebates on qualified  pool pumps.

Multi-Family Housing

multi family housingEnergy efficiency incentives for property owners and managers.

Home Upgrade Projects

upgrade for homeRebates for energy smart home upgrades.

Lighting

lightingSave with ENERGY STAR® qualified lighting and CFLs.

Heating and Cooling

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Mobile Homes

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Solar Leadership

solarPlay a part in helping the state with a cleaner energy future.

Commercial

  • Commercial office areas will be limited to a total of 1.2 watts per square foot. There is also a mandatory set aside of 0.2 watts per square foot for task lighting.
  • A lighting management system is required for spaces of any square footage with an astronomical timeclock required to control outside luminaires. This includes carports, breezeways, walkways and the like.
  • Non-conditioned spaces, which previously did not need to comply with Title 24, now have to comply just as conditioned spaces do.
  • All exterior lighting is now required to be bi-level (footcandle measurement).
  • All exterior fixtures are to be a cutoff type.

Residential

  • Incandescent sources are required to have dimmers or occupancy sensors.
  • Recessed fixtures are required to be air tight and IC rated.
  • 50% of the wattage generated in the kitchen must be from a high efficacy (compact fluorescent) source.
  • Compact fluorescent fixtures are required to have electronic ballasts if they are 13 watts or greater.
  • Bathrooms with occupancy sensors must have a manual on and automatic off.
  • Exterior house mounted fixtures must be high efficacy and use a combination photosensor/motion sensor.