SGIP is a California program that provides financial incentives for qualifying homeowners to purchase a battery for energy storage or backup power during a power outage. If you meet the following requirements, the SGIP program will pay 85% to 100% of the battery and installation costs.
It is free to find out if you qualify for the SGIP incentives. Simply fill out this online form and we will apply for your government funds.
Equity Resiliency Funds
close to 100% of cost ($1,000 per kWh)
Tesla Powerwall (2nd Gen) batteries are 13.5 kWh for example – which means $13,200 towards your battery.
You must meet a primary and secondary requirement:
85% of cost ($850 per kWh)
Tesla Powerwall (2nd Gen) batteries are 13.5 kWh for example – which means $11,220 towards your battery.
You must meet one of these requirements only:
Equity Resiliency Funds – close to 100% of cost ($1,000 per kWh)
Tesla Powerwall 2 batteries are 13.5 kWh for example – which means $13,000 towards your battery.
Equity Funds – 85% of cost ($850 per kWh)
Tesla Powerwall 2 batteries are 13.5 kWh for example – which means $11,050 towards your battery.
Option One Solar will process everything for you, which includes gathering the necessary SGIP information and submitting the application to secure funds before installation. If approved, the state will provide financial assistance to pay for your battery backup system.
You can start with the form we have made to the right. We will review the information you provide, help you understand the SGIP qualification process, and apply for you, or you can simply call us and talk with one of our SGIP experts.
Here is a breakdown of the required information for Equity Resiliency, you will need a primary and secondary qualifier to satisfy the requirements:
Here is a breakdown of the required information for Equity, you will only need one qualifier to satisfy the requirements:
This government-backed incentive program has limited funds.
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SGIP battery rebates allow California homeowners to have access to reliable, clean energy – which is more important than ever with the crumbling electrical grid and increasingly intense wildfire seasons in the Golden State.
In order to qualify for SGIP, applicants must be either a commercial, industrial, agricultural, or residential customer of Pacific Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, or San Diego Gas & Electric.
Contact us today to see if you pre-qualify!
We have an in-house team of experts who can help you apply for SGIP and apply for the rebate. We’ll help you find any information or documents needed during the application process. This hassle-free, one-stop solution is available for all Option One Solar customers.
You are our top priority. Whether you need power for your home, business, or just want to save money on your electricity bills, our solar experts will take care of you.
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*Disclaimer: SGIP is a ratepayer-funded rebate program overseen by the California Public Utilities Commission and available to retail electric customers of the major California investor-owned utilities. This offer is meant to help customers find out if they are qualified. Option One Solar does not guarantee that customers will be approved or provide any funds or financial compensation. Option One Solar is only applying for the SGIP funds for our clients until these funds run out. All information will be verified by Option One Solar prior to submission. This offer is subject to change without notice and cannot be combined with any other offer. Restrictions may apply.
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