The Advanced Energy Build (AEB) program offers developers technical guidance and cash incentives in order to build high-performing and resilient homes for Sonoma and Mendocino county. You can find the latest program guidelines in the program handbook.
Affordable homes built are now eligible for enhanced incentives from SCP. All-electric single family homes can receive $5,000, while affordable multifamily units can earn $1,750. Additionally, Advanced Energy Build is offering battery storage bonuses of $5,000 per single family home and up to $25,000 for multifamily developments. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Step 1: Come talk with us
Want to know how to adapt your designs and earn incentives? E-mail us at email@example.com or call us at (707) 890-8496 to set up a time to review your current design and see how you can qualify for your incentive.
Step 2: Submit Program Application
Submit your online program application here. In addition to this form, you will need to upload and submit the following items:
Please be aware that projects will not be accepted after drywall has been installed or HERS testing has begun.
The program implementer, TRC, will review all documentation and respond within six weeks. Once approved, you will receive an acceptance letter and an incentive request form to return at the end of the project.
Step 3: Request Final Incentive
After HERS rating is complete, complete, sign, and date the incentive request form that was provided during the initial project review. If you need another copy of the incentive request form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: the form cannot be signed by the Energy Consultant or HERS Rater due to conflict of interest.
Additionally, you will need to fill out a Program Completion survey, located here. This should be filled out by the person or entity receiving the rebate.
We’ve developed the following assets to help you sell your new, high performance homes:
If your project plans to take advantage of Self-generation Incentive Program (SGIP) funding, Sonoma Clean Power is available to assist you with the application.