The right incentivized technology for you depends on your unique load profile and energy objectives.
To get started with a project, contact a project developer or electrical contractor to help select the best technology best for your project, navigate the application process and work with program administrator to apply for the appropriate budget category.
SGIP Project Timeline
Follow the Project Roadmap to a Successful Incentivized Project
SGIP Project Roles
Homeowner or business owner who has legal rights to occupy the site and is the SDG&E account holder.
The owner of the SGIP system at the time the incentive is paid.
Manages a substantial amount of the project’s development activities.
Responsible for submitting SGIP application and supporting documentation.
CSLB Licensed entity that installs the technology via contractual agreement.
SGIP Program Administrator
Facilitates SGIP within a specific utility territory.
While SGIP primarily focuses on battery energy storage installations, many other “behind-the-meter” renewable technologies qualify for incentives and can benefit your home or business.
- Energy storage
- Fuel cells
- Gas & biogas turbines & engines
- Pressure reduction turbines
- Waste heat to power
- Wind turbines
- Combined heat & power
For more information, visit SGIP Incentivized Technologies.