Residential programs and rebates

Reinvesting in the community

In addition to providing clean energy at lower rates, Peninsula Clean Energy invests in local energy programs that reduce carbon emissions and provide significant savings.

Buildings

The switch to clean electricity is on. In fact, an increasing number of jurisdictions are enacting reach codes for new construction to include safe, healthy, all-electric designs. We are assisting by providing information, programs, and rebates for the electrification of buildings.

All-electric homes

Learn about the benefits and next steps to power your home with clean electricity

Heat pump water heater rebates

Find out about heat pump water heaters and the available rebates

Home Upgrade Program

This program provides income-qualified homeowners with home repairs and energy efficiency upgrades at no cost.

Reach codes

Information about what is happening in your area with all-electric building requirements

Refrigerator recycling

We arrange to pick up your old inefficient refrigerator and you get $35

Transportation

Gas-powered transportation is a major source of carbon emissions. Our programs and rebates are helping to accelerate the transition to electric vehicles (EVs).

About EVs

Learn about electric vehicles and charging

Used EVs

Rebates to reduce the cost to purchase used EVs

EV rental

Rent an EV to try it out and get a rebate that may cover most of the cost

Resiliency

Backup power is needed by our customers in the event of grid outages.  Our Power on Peninsula programs provides up to $1,250 for homeowners to install solar panels + battery back – often for no money down. You can find our resiliency strategic plan here.  

Supporting innovation

Peninsula Clean Energy has pilot projects that foster new technologies and develop new partnerships to increase access to affordable and sustainable clean energy solutions.