On April 7, 2020 Sonoma Clean Power (SCP) launched the Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) Assistance Program. Through the program the customer and contractor will receive the SGIP incentive up front rather than waiting for the project to be completed to receive the incentive. SCP will be providing the projected SGIP incentive in anticipation of the successful SGIP application for the project. The Customer will sign the SGIP incentive over to SCP. SCP will receive the incentive once the project is completed. These funds will then be returned to the SGIP Assistance Program fund to allow additional incentives to be fronted.
SCP is accepting applications for Residential Large Scale Storage > 10 kW < 30 kW projects only at this time. (sizing is based on Real Power, max continuous (kW)).
The Residential Equity/Resiliency Program has been postponed: CPUC Energy Division has requested an extension of time to open SGIP Residential Equity/Resiliency Budget postponed until May 2020
Small Residential Storage application processing is on hold pending resolution of step 5 waitlist status, this issue is estimated to be resolved in May or June, 2020.
Through this program SCP hopes to enable more participation in the statewide Self-Generation Incentive program (SGIP) (administered locally by PG&E) by offering financial assistance to move installation barriers and increase the number of battery installations in the area. The SCP Board of Directors has approved $650,000 to start the program.
For more information and questions about the SGIP Assistance Program please contact: Sonoma Clean Power Programs Team at email@example.com