FutureFit Homes Rebates Available Now!

Get up to $8,000 in rebates for upgrading to new electric home appliances. Plus, additional rebates of $5,000 for income-qualified CARE and FERA customers.

Get pumped for heat pumps!

Silicon Valley Clean Energy customers can receive rebates to remove polluting methane gas out of their homes and make the switch to clean, electric appliances. Gas water heaters and space heating systems are typically a home’s biggest source of emissions, and they contribute to poor air quality in your home and community. The FutureFit Homes Program was created to help SVCE customers take steps towards home electrification.

Want to learn about the benefits of all electric appliances? Visit eHub. Ready to apply for a rebate and start your installation? Read on!

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What rebates are available?

SVCE rebates are available for single-family homes, accessory dwelling units (ADUs), and multi-family homes (4 dwelling units or fewer) swapping out existing equipment, not for completely new building construction. Each dwelling unit is eligible for one rebate per appliance type. See the participant agreement to confirm your project is eligible. 

Rebate Amounts
SVCE will award rebates up to the dollar amounts described below. Rebates are not to exceed project costs.

Heat Pump Water Heaters (gas replacement) $2,000
Heat Pump Water Heaters (electric resistance replacement) $1,000
Heat Pump HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) (gas furnace replacement) $2,500

Additional rebate add-ons
These are optional but must be paired with a heat pump water heater or heat pump HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) rebate. Water heater pre-wiring cannot be combined with a heat pump water heater rebate.

Pre-wiring for future electric appliances $500 per circuit, up to $2,000 for 4 circuits
Main panel upgrade $1,000
All-Electric bonus for removal of the gas meter $500

CARE/FERA customers can receive an additional $1,000 per rebate, including all rebate add-ons.

Receiving rebates from other programs, such as the BayREN Home Rebates Program, will not impact your rebate eligibility from SVCE. We encourage you to check out their resources.

Please note that other rebate programs may have different rules, including equipment eligibility, contractor requirements, and rebate applications, so be sure to read the fine print before starting your project.

Regional Rebates

BayREN has rebates available for all-electric technologies such as:

  • Heat pump water heater
  • Heat pump HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning)
  • Induction stovetop
  • Heat pump dryer
  • Efficiency measures, including air sealing and insulation

State Rebates

Use The Switch is On incentive finder tool for information about state incentives available to you.

Federal Incentives

Enhanced tax credits provided by the federal Inflation Reduction Act are now available. Households can claim a tax credit for 30% of eligible home energy upgrade costs, up to $3,200 annually, depending on the project.

In addition, for those who are income-qualified, federal rebates will be available in late 2023 or early 2024 after guidelines are developed.

How it Works

STEP 1: Reserve Your SVCE Rebate.

Submit a completed “Rebate Reservation Request” below. After submitting the “Rebate Reservation Request”, you will receive an email from SVCEprograms@smud.org with an approval status and if approved, your rebate will be reserved for up to 120 days.

The “Rebate Reservation Request” must be approved before the appliance is installed. You will not be eligible to receive the rebate until your application has been approved.

STEP 2: Start & Complete Your Home Upgrade.

  • Equipment: Review the SVCE Appliance Specifications to learn about the program guidelines and ensure you are eligible for a rebate. Use the Appliances Assistant to shop for efficient electric equipment or visit your own retailer of choice.
  • Contractor: Check out our Find a Contractor web page to connect with local installers who have experience installing all-electric appliances. We recommend you do some research and get a few quotes. You can use any contractor of your choice and do not have to use a contractor from our list of resources in order to qualify for the SVCE rebate.
  • Permitting: Make sure to apply for the right building permits with your city or county. Your contractor can help with the permitting process too.

If you are interested in additional BayREN rebates, please reach out to a BayREN contractor or visit the BayREN website prior to beginning your project. Your BayREN contractor will help you apply for BayREN rebates.

STEP 3: Request Your SVCE Rebate.

After completing your appliance upgrade and receiving your permit approval, submit a “Payment Request” form below.

You will be asked to provide photos of your newly installed equipment, proof of project costs, and the permit document(s) signed and dated by your City or County inspector to claim your rebate.

STEP 4: Receive Your SVCE Rebate.

After submitting the “Payment Request” form, you will receive an email notification that we have received it. We will then issue the rebate and mail it to you or to your contractor, whichever is your preference. Please note that it takes approximately four weeks for rebate checks to arrive in the mail.  

Reservations & Forms

Submit Rebate Reservation Request

Have your PG&E account number and a photo of your existing appliance(s) (water heater, furnace, gas meter, or electric panel with the visible Main Disconnect/Service Disconnect switch, if applicable) handy. You’ll also be asked to review and sign our Participant Agreement which is included in the “Rebate Reservation Request”.

Click on the link below to reserve a rebate.

Rebate Payment Request Form

Use the form below to request rebate payment after your appliance(s) has been installed and inspected by your City or County.