Rebates Through the Self-Generative Incentive Program
As of November 30, 2023, we are no longer accepting new applications for SGIP assistance through Sonoma Clean Power. If you’re considering applying, go directly to the Statewide Program.
Installing a battery system brings many advantages, like having reliable energy even during emergencies. But it can be expensive to install upfront.
There are financial incentives from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) through the Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) for customers all over California.
Right now, the rebate is 15-20% of the average battery cost. SGIP might even cover the entire cost of the battery if you
*Customers who select this item must meet additional requirements including income limits.
Important Note: Many people are interested in the higher incentive level from the equity resiliency budget. Ask your installer to check if it's available before making any decisions
Why are you no longer assisting with the SGIP applications?
After three and a half years of assisting customers and installers with the Statewide Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP), we're exploring new ways to continue our resiliency support in the community.
Can I still apply to the Statewide Program?
Yes, you can work with their installers to directly apply to the Statewide program through PG&E. More information can be found on the PG&E website.