Solar Hot Water Incentives in California are soon to be overArun base
California Solar Initiative (CSI) Thermal program through PG&E ends this year
So far, people who have installed a solar hot water system have been able to receive up to $4,000 through the California Solar Initiative (CSI) Thermal program of PG&E. This program is now expiring. Applications submitted after July 31, 2020 will not be accepted.
So if you are already considering whether to opt for a Solar Hot Water System, you should make this decision as soon as possible.
The program is structured in such a way that the final incentive amount is calculated based on the performance of the system. Solar installers can help their customers to get a better idea of what this means for each individual.
In order to qualify for the grants, the household or company in question must currently heat with natural gas. Not with electricity or propane.
PG&E points out the advantages of a solar hot water system: “Installing a solar water heating system may reduce the portion of your PG&E natural gas bill that is charged for heating water by up to 50 to 80 percent.”
SunMaxx is happy to help with any questions.