Reduce natural gas and electricity costs up to 20 percent by making energy efficiency part of your strategic planning process.

Continuous Energy Improvement (CEI) is a no-cost program offered by SoCalGas® that can help your organization:

  • Improve energy efficiency through maintenance and behavior changes by your own employees.
  • Leverage existing incentive programs for natural gas and electricity.
  • Pursue branding and certification programs (such as ENERGY STAR® and LEED for existing buildings).

How CEI Works

By participating in the CEI process, you’ll have access to a team of energy experts who can help you engage with and empower your employees. These experts will guide you through:

  • Assessing your current operations
  • Planning a strategy for short- and long-term success
  • Implementing the actions and activities to engage employees and give them a sense of ownership
  • Evaluating the success of these activities and making improvements, if needed
  • Transitioning the CEI process from the consultants to your internal energy champions.

How to Qualify

To qualify for CEI, your business must:

  • Be a customer of both SoCalGas and Southern California Edison (SCE).
  • Indicate that your company’s leaders, including those in Human Resources, are committed to making long-term energy-efficiency improvements.
  • Have a strong interest in gaining certifications demonstrating energy-efficiency leadership.

This program is funded by California utility customers and administered by SoCalGas and Southern California Edison under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. This program may be modified or terminated without prior notice and is provided to qualified customers on a first-come, first-served basis until program funds are no longer available. Neither SoCalGas nor Southern California Edison is not responsible for any goods or services selected by the customer. CEI Commit/Assess graphic provided by Pacific Gas and Electric Company. © 2010 Pacific Gas and Electric Company. All rights reserved.

ENERGY STAR is a registered trademark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.