Energy Savings for Multifamily Properties
MCE and the Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) are working together to provide multifamily property owners with rebates as well as free comprehensive assessments and technical assistance for energy and water saving measures.
Plus multifamily property owners and renters who meet specific income requirements can receive additional rebates for energy saving measures, as part of MCE’s Low Income Families & Tenants (LIFT) Program. Those located in Marin County can receive additional home health and safety measures through MCE and the Marin Community Foundation (MCF).
The rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis so don’t miss out!
- Up to $1,000 per unit
- Extra $1,200 per unit for income-qualified multifamily property owners or renters through the LIFT Program
- Extra $2,250 per unit for income-qualified multifamily property owners and renters in Marin County for home health and safety measures through MCE and MCF
- FREE comprehensive assessment and consultation with a multifamily energy and water expert
Your multifamily property:
- must be located in MCE’s service area
- must have 4 or more units
- can be affordable housing, market-rate rentals, condominiums, or other ownership configurations
To qualify for additional rebates through the LIFT Program, a unit household must meet the following income requirements.
To qualify for additional home health and safety measures, a unit household also must meet the following income requirements and be located within Marin County. Customers outside Marin County can work with property owners and managers to follow these 8 Elements of a Healthy Home.
|Number of People in Household||Total Gross Annual Household Income*|
|1-2||$34,480 or less|
|3||$43,440 or less|
|4||$52,400 or less|
|5||$61,360 or less|
|6||$70,320 or less|
|7||$79,280 or less|
|8||$88,240 or less|
|9||$97,200 or less|
|10||$106,160 or less|
|Each additional person, add||$8,960|