SoCalGas to Increase Incentives for Sustainable Rebuilding for Customers Who Lost Homes to Fire or Debris Flow in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties
Up to $8,550 in incentives makes rebuilding with more energy-saving systems and appliances more affordable
LOS ANGELES, April 26, 2018 – Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today announced that, for customers who lost homes in the Thomas Fire or January 9th debris flow, the company will substantially increase financial incentives for those who wish to rebuild using sustainable designs and ultra-efficient appliances. The incentives will be offered through the California Advanced Homes Program (CAHP), which helps offset costs of creating environmentally-friendly energy-efficient homes and communities.
“SoCalGas understands that those who need to rebuild their homes are faced with many challenges, and we hope this additional incentive encourages those who want to build to the highest energy-saving standards can do so more a bit more affordably,” said Lisa Alexander, SoCalGas vice president of customer solutions and communications. “The improved energy savings will allow customers to also save money through reduced energy bills.”