California Advanced Homes Program (CAHP)

Learn how the California Advanced Homes Program (CAHP) encourages best practices in energy-efficiency, green building and sustainability by offering generous financial incentives.

Enhanced Energy-efficiency Incentives for Those Rebuilding Homes in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties

In support of the rebuilding effort underway to restore single-family homes lost in the Thomas Fire or the January 9th debris flow in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties, SoCalGas® is offering enhanced incentives for energy-efficient new home construction projects in the affected areas.

Download the Enhanced Incentives Flyer

Building Today for Tomorrow's Environment

We have the blueprint to build more environmentally-friendly communities.

Our 2018 CAHP encourages best practices in energy efficiency, green building and sustainability. CAHP offers financial incentives and "bonus kickers" to help builders and architects create environmentally-friendly, energy-efficient communities for potential new home buyers. This program will be effective through December 15, 2018.

SoCalGas®, Southern California Edison, San Diego Gas & Electric® and Pacific Gas and Electric Company are working together to help the building industry design and develop more environmentally-friendly communities. Together, we support state efforts for new homes to reach Zero Net Energy (ZNE) by 2020.

 

SoCalGas and LADWP

SoCalGas also offers the 2018 CAHP in our shared service territory with Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP).

Download the 2018 CAHP LADWP Handbook (PDF)
Download the 2018 CAHP LADWP Multi-family One-sheet (PDF)
Download the 2018 CAHP LADWP Single-family One-sheet (PDF)

For projects in which SoCalGas provides the natural gas and the electricity is provided by a municipal utility other than LADWP, only natural gas-saving incentives will be available from CAHP. Examples include, but are not limited to, Anaheim Public Utilities, Riverside Public Utilities and Imperial Irrigation District.

Climate Zone Information

It's important to know the climate zone of your building project. For example, in a hot area like Climate Zone 10, improving cooling efficiency will be more important than it is in a coastal area like Climate Zone 7. To participate in the CAHP, builders must complete an application and submit compliance documentation.

Climate Zone information, including a map and list of Climate Zones by city, is available on the California Energy Commission's website .*

Harness the Power of Sunny Southern California

Do you plan to incorporate photovoltaics (PV) and/or solar water heating in your residential new construction project? Use these helpful resources:


This program is funded by California utility customers and administered by SoCalGas under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. Funds are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.


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