Free Home Energy Efficiency Assessments

Energy efficiency leads to energy savings. Saving energy means spending less on your energy bill. Learn how to improve your home's performance during a FREE home energy efficiency assessment. Schedule an appointment today!

During the energy assessment, you will receive:

  • An introduction to the "whole house" approach to improve your home's performance, meaning we'll assess all aspects of your home that contribute to energy usage and/or efficiency

  • Information about incentive and rebate programs through local utility companies 

  • A customized home energy action plan with project recommendations, including both immediate and long term solutions

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Assessments are only available to residents of the San Gabriel Valley. To see if you reside in our service area, please click here

Schedule Your Free eSGV Assessment!
Assessments will be conducted in-person (at your home) or via Zoom.

Why Focus on Energy Efficiency? 

 

Being energy efficient results in less energy consumption. This can save residents and organizations money spent on your energy bill. This is one of the most common reasons why many began to cultivate a culture of energy consciousness; however, it is certainly not the only reason! Less energy used means less fossil fuels burned. While there are cleaner methods to generate energy, much of the electricity generated today is still from non-renewable sources such as oil and coal. Being energy efficient can help lower pollution and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 

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Contact:
San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments
1000 S. Fremont Avenue, Suite 10-210
Unit #42, Alhambra, California 91803
(626) 457-1800
sgv@sgvcog.org

eSGV is a program of the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments and the Southern California Regional Energy Network (SoCalREN). The Southern California Regional Energy Network (SoCalREN) is administered by the County of Los Angeles and funded by California utility ratepayers under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.