Rebates & Financing

Rebates & Financing

Let’s Save Money, Energy and Water Together!

Are you a homeowner, small to medium-sized business owner, or a property manager? BayREN empowers citizens of the Bay Area with rebates and incentives that help lower bills and increase energy savings.

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Annual Report 2023: Building Blocks for a Brighter Future

On April 15, 2024, The Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) proudly released its 2023 Annual Report, Building Blocks for a Brighter Future, which encapsulates the significant efforts and milestones achieved throughout the year in advancing energy efficiency and sustainability across the Bay Area.

BayREN is Redesigning the Single Family Home+ Program

BayREN’s Single Family Home+ program aims to serve moderate-income and harder-to-reach residents in the Bay Area. The program is being redesigned to better achieve the goals of health, comfort, safety, and savings through energy upgrades for these target populations. The new Single Family program will be designed to complement existing programs, and is anticipated to launch in the late fall or winter of 2024.

BayREN Supports Local Businesses with Energy Efficiency Upgrades

In the bustling heart of downtown San Rafael stands Thai Food Express, serving beloved dishes such as red curry, drunken noodles, and papaya salad. Open since 1990, Thai Food Express has consistently remained a crowd favorite. Recently, the restaurant has embraced a new flavor of improvements: energy efficiency upgrades made through the BayREN Business program. 

Home Upgrades

Home Upgrades
Find the Right Solution For Your Home

Find out what upgrades your home needs, then work with a contractor for assistance with installation and rebates.

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Step 1) Discover

View rebates for energy improvements and learn how to bring out the best in your home.

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Step 2) Contact

Get in touch with a Home Energy Advisor who can support you through the process at no cost.

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Step 3) Complete projects

Choose qualified products or services and work with a participating contractor when professional installation is required.

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Step 4) Receive rebates

Depending on the project type, you or your contractor will submit the application for you to receive your rebate.

Check out the Energy Atlas 2.0

The Energy Atlas project provides Californians, and those interested in ongoing energy transitions, with the opportunity to interact with one of the largest sets of disaggregated building energy data available in the nation.

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