Your Questions Answered

August 31, 2022

A contractor in Anaheim asked: “Can I promote GoGreen Home to a homeowner who receives electricity from Anaheim Public Utilities?”

GoGreen: Yes! As long as the property receives gas service from an investor-owned utility (PG&E, SoCalGas or SDG&E), homeowners and renters anywhere in California may finance any eligible measures through GoGreen Home, up to $50,000. Anaheim is in SoCalGas territory, meaning your customer almost certainly receives gas service from SoCalGas and therefore qualifies for the program.

Previously, your Anaheim customer (and customers of SMUD, LADWP and other municipal electricity providers) could use GoGreen Home, but they could only spend a fraction of the loan on electric measures. Now these customers, and most California residents, can finance any measure on the eligible measures list up to the program limit of $50,000 – provided they also receive gas from PG&E, SoCalGas or SDG&E. This means that all-electric projects may be financed through GoGreen Home across nearly all of California!

NOTE: Unfortunately, a handful of electricity providers (City of Palo Alto, Bear Valley Electric Service and Liberty Electricity, among others) do not qualify for GoGreen Home because they are not in PG&E, SoCalGas or SDG&E service areas. Always check your customer’s fuel service eligibility!