Lancaster Choice Energy has its eye on the future for energy efficiency and is committed to creating new programs specific to our residents’ and business’ needs. While LCE is in the process of developing these local programs, other agencies are currently available for your money saving needs. Click below for more information on how to cut costs on your energy bill.
As a thank you to those who were helping keep essential businesses open, this program provided eligible grocery workers who are LCE customers with a one-time credit (valued up to $50) toward their current LCE charges on their next electric bill during the hot summer months of COIVD-19.
LCE’s 1st Electric Vehicle Incentive program is giving away $250,000 in vouchers to eligible LCE customers to be used towards the purchase or lease of a qualifying Electric Vehicle or Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle.
The Energy Advisor Program allows homeowners get a free survey to highlight some of the ways to use less energy around the house, including weatherization, efficiency upgrades, and special financing programs for energy saving appliances and equipment.
Southern California Edison assists business and property owners with deploying the infrastructure and equipment necessary to support electric vehicle charging stations at their multi-family buildings, public sector, or business locations.
The Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District’s (AVAQMD) Alternative Fuel Vehicle Incentive Program has realized tremendous growth in the past few years. The AVAQMD’s Governing Board has made it a priority to provide local residents various opportunities to convert from their existing, higher emitting vehicles to newer, cleaner vehicles.
Lancaster Choice Energy customers are eligible to participate in most Southern California Edison (SCE) programs that help conserve energy and lower bills. Rebates are often available for energy efficient appliances and upgrades. SCE also offers resources and programs to help manage costs, reduce energy usage, and get payment assistance.
SoCalGas provides information and programs that help conserve natural gas and lower SoCalGas bills. Rebates are often available for energy efficient appliances and upgrades. Resources and programs are available that help manage costs, reduce energy usage, and get payment assistance.
The Southern California Regional Energy Network (SoCalREN) provides services to residents, businesses, and public agencies throughout the areas served by SCE and SoCalGas, including LCE customers, to achieve high levels of energy savings in Southern California. Programs are available to support homes, businesses, and public facilities.
The Fannie Mae Multifamily Green Initiative provides mortgage financing to apartment buildings and cooperatives to finance energy and water efficiency property improvements. They also serve the multifamily market by integrating sustainability considerations into our underwriting, asset management and securitization processes.
ENERGY STAR products eligible for tax credits are independently certified to save energy, save money, and protect the environment. Today, the only federal tax credits for energy efficiency improvements that remain in effect are for solar energy systems (solar water heaters and solar panels). These federal tax credits remain in effect through December 2021.
Receive a corporate tax credit from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service for eligible renewable technologies such as: Solar Water Heat, Solar Space Heat, Geothermal Electric, Solar Thermal Electric, Solar Thermal Process Heat, Solar Photovoltaic, Wind (All), Geothermal Heat Pumps, etc.
Receive a corporate tax credit from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service eligible renewable technologies such as: Geothermal Electric, Wind (All), Biomass, Hydroelectric, Municipal Solid Waste, Landfill Gas, Tidal, Wave, and Ocean Thermal, Wind (Small), Hydroelectric (Small).
SGIP offers rebates to residential, commercial, industrial, government, and non-profit customers who install qualifying types of distributed generation to meet all or a portion of their own energy needs. The SGIP can help reduce your greenhouse gas emissions while also helping reduce electrical system demand, which in turn helps reduce the need to build expensive fossil fuel-fired power plants.
Additional rebates and incentives may be found at Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE)