Did you know that many Humboldt County households are eligible for up to $4,500 in rebates for energy upgrades? Your energy technician will help you determine what programs and services you may qualify for and help you take the next step toward upgrades that are right for your home and budget.
All renters and homeowners in Humboldt County that are Pacific Gas and Electric Company customers are eligible for a no-cost energy efficiency assessment. Reduce your energy use, save money, and improve the comfort of your home.
Give the Redwood Coast Energy Authority a call today at 707-269-1700, send them an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, visit their website at redwoodenergy.org, or stop by the Energy Resource Center at 633 Third St. in Eureka to learn more about energy-efficiency services for homes and businesses.
Redwood Coast Energy Authority
Services for Your Business or Organization
Reduce your energy use, save money, and improve your bottom line by requesting the service today.
They offer no obligation energy assessments for your business or organization. In most cases, you will receive a report with available incentives, recommendations, and a financial summary. Incentives are paid directly to participating contractors, however do-it-yourself and outside contractor options are available.
If eligible, you can finance your project at 0% on your utility bill. Representatives will let you know if you are eligible for this great financing option after the initial visit.
Non-residential PG&E gas and/or electric service customers may also be eligible for a variety of no-cost and reduced-cost energy efficiency upgrades including: LED and compact fluorescent light exchanges, LED open signs (when replacing existing neon signs), hot water saving technologies, and many more.
RCEA is a locally-governed Joint Powers Authority funded by the California ratepayers under the auspices of the CPUC. The RCEA was formed in 2003 as a Joint Powers Association (JPA), representing the seven incorporated cities (Arcata, Blue Lake, Eureka, Ferndale, Fortuna, Trinidad, and Rio Dell) and Humboldt County. As a JPA, RCEA is governed by a board composed of representatives from each of these jurisdictions.