Energy Efficiency

Through their many energy efficiency programs, SCPPA Members work collectively to improve their operational efficiency for their customers and reduce the load on the electric grid. By promoting energy efficiency and providing different programs, our Members can effectively reduce operating costs and improve comfort and safety of their customers. These programs can serve to maintain or lower electric rates - and benefit the communities that our members serve.

California’s publicly owned utilities (POUs) have collaborated since 2006 on developing energy efficiency programs and reporting annual results to their customers and the California Energy Commission (CEC) in a consistent and comprehensive manner, in compliance with SB 1037 regulations. These annual reports present the latest fiscal year results from POU’s wide range of energy efficiency programs.

 

ANNUAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY REPORTS:

NEW! 2020 14th Edition, FY 2019 Results

 

2019 13th Edition, FY 2018 Results

2018 12th Edition, FY 2017 Results

2017 11th Edition, FY 2016 Results

2016 10th Edition, FY 2015 Results

2015 9th Edition, FY 2014 Results

2014 8th Edition, FY 2013 Results

2013 7th Edition, FY 2012 Results

2012 6th Edition, FY 2011 Results

2011 5th Edition, FY 2010 Results

2010 4th Edition, FY 2009 Results

2009 3rd Edition, FY 2008 Results

2008 2nd Edition, FY 2007 Results

2007 1st Edition, FY 2006 Results

ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS
OFFERED BY SCPPA MEMBERS

Anaheim

Azusa

Banning

Burbank

Cerritos

Colton

Glendale

Imperial Irrigation District

Los Angeles

Pasadena

Riverside

Vernon

PROGRAMS INITIATED BY SCPPA MEMBERS THROUGH
THE PUBLIC BENEFITS WORKING GROUP:

Appliance Recycling and Replacement

Demand Response

Direct Installation

Efficiency Product Marketplaces

Online Auditing

Rebate Processing