Energy Efficient New Homes Program

Learn how the EENH Program can help you save money building new dual-energy homes with energy efficiency rebates for qualifying natural gas appliances.

Now It's Easier for Builders to Receive Energy Efficiency Rebates for Installing Natural Gas Appliances in New Homes 

SoCalGas has updated the Energy Efficient New Homes (EENH) Program that provides builders of new single-family and multi-family homes that exceed State of California Title 24 Energy Efficiency Standards with rebates for installing qualifying energy-efficient natural gas appliances and controller devices. 
The Program has been simplified and is more flexible to make it even easier than before to qualify for energy efficiency rebates; plus, cash bonuses are also offered to Single-family or Multi-family projects which qualify for certain other green certifications.
The EENH Program is available now and accepting applications to reserve funds for residential new construction projects not already enrolled in another utility-based energy efficiency incentive program.
Funds are limited, and projects must meet program requirements to be eligible.

The Energy Efficient New Homes Program is funded by SoCalGas customers and administered by Southern California Gas Company, under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. Program funds, including any funds utilized for rebates or incentives, will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis until such funds are no longer available. This program may be modified or terminated without prior notice. The selection, purchase, and ownership of goods and/or services are the sole responsibility of customer. SoCalGas makes no warranty, whether express or implied, including the warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, of goods or services selected by customer. SoCalGas does not endorse, qualify, or guarantee the work of any third party. Eligibility requirements apply; see the program conditions for details.