Advanced Energy Rebuild | Sonoma Clean Power

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Together we can build better. Save up to $17,500 on your rebuild.

The Advanced Energy Rebuild (AER) program is now closed to applications. All enrolled projects must complete construction by November 15th, 2021. If you believe your project will not be completed by this date, please reach out to us at

Providing you with $17,500 to rebuild an efficient, sustainable home.

The Advanced Energy Rebuild (AER) program was created by Sonoma Clean Power, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), and Bay Area Air Quality Management District to help homeowners affected by the October 2017 firestorms rebuild energy efficient, sustainable homes.

How to Close Out Your Project

When your rebuild project was approved for enrollment in AER, the listed applicant would have received an email with the subject format: Advanced Energy Rebuild Acceptance – 010935_NB-[PROJECT#] / [LAST_NAME] Residence. This email would have included instructions for receiving the second half of your incentive as well as the forms necessary for final project approval.

If you need to have your close-out forms and instructions re-sent to you, please contact or call (866) 352-7457.

Please note that a Home Energy Rating System (HERS) rater will need to perform an inspection of your home before the final incentive check can be issued.

To receive your final incentive payment, upon construction completion:

1. Complete a brief Completion Survey at Survey Monkey

2. Confirm that your HERS Rater uploads all HERS verification forms to the HERS registry (either in CalCERTS or CHEERS)

3. Have your HERS Rater complete, sign, and return the HERS Summary Sheet

4. Complete and return the incentive request (IRF) form

5. Install your free electric vehicle charger and connect it to your wifi network

If you haven’t yet ordered your electric vehicle charger, please visit the GridSavvy web store. A 50% up-front payment will be required, which will be reimbursed once the charger has been connected to a wifi network. For further details visit the GridSavvy program page.

If you have any questions about the program, please e-mail
“SCP” refers to Sonoma Clean Power Authority, a public electricity provider operating as a community choice aggregator. ©2018 Sonoma Clean Power Authority. All rights reserved. “PG&E” refers to Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation. ©2018 Pacific Gas and Electric Company. All rights reserved. These offerings are funded by California utility customers, with portions administered by PG&E under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission, and portions administered by SCP.