Multifamily Incentives

With 50% of Californians living in multifamily buildings, there is great opportunity to bring the benefits of healthier homes and clean energy to these residents. Yet, switching to heat pumps for space and water heating requires adopting new technologies, which may be unfamiliar to property owners, designers, or MEPS. Capital costs and electrical infrastructure needs can create additional challenges.

TECH Clean California offers incentives, pilot activities, technical assistance, and training to address barriers associated with electrification and energy efficiency upgrades in multifamily properties.

Submit a TECH Reservation Form for Multifamily Incentives

TECH Clean California multifamily incentives will be available to contractors installing heat pump HVAC systems and heat pump water heaters for qualifying customers throughout California. Incentives are available for both in-unit and common area applications. To reserve your standard incentive funds, download and complete the TECH Multifamily Incentive Reservation Form linked below. Please note: This form requires signatures from the Property Owner Primary Contact and the TECH Contractor Primary Contact. Once complete, email the form to techmf@aea.us.org.

Central Coast Community Energy Multifamily Reservations

Electrify Your Home is a Central Coast Community Energy (CCCE) partnership with TECH Clean California for installations in the CCCE service area. To reserve your standard incentive funds, download and complete the CCCE Multifamily Incentive Reservation Form linked below. Please note: This form requires signatures from the Property Owner Primary Contact and the TECH Contractor Primary Contact. Once complete, email the form to techmf@aea.us.org.

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Interest Form

Want to learn more about TECH Clean California multifamily incentives and pilot activities? Submit this form with your basic information and electrification retrofit needs.


Multifamily Pilot

AEA’s TECH Clean California Electrification Hub

Workforce training to support successful heat pump installations, as well as trainings for all multifamily retrofit industry stakeholders, such as property owners, developers, engineers, architects, and general contractors.

Multifamily Building