Farmworker Housing Single-Family Energy Efficiency & Solar Photovoltaics

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Installation of energy efficiency measures and upgrades like solar PV and health and safety improvements for farmworker dwellings at no cost to residents.

  • This program has received $10.8 million

Who can access funds?

Income-qualifying farmworkers within Imperial, Fresno, Kern, Madera, Merced, Monterrey, Riverside, San Joaquin, Santa Barbara, Stanislaus, Tulare, and Ventura counties.

Program factsheet (English & Español)

For questions, contact LIWP@csd.ca.gov

Anticipated Timelines

Program launching summer 2019.


Multi-Family Energy Efficiency and Renewables

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Technical assistance and incentives for the installation of energy-efficiency measures and solar photovoltaics (PV) in low-income multifamily dwellings in disadvantaged and other communities.

  • This program has received $54.4 million

  • $20.7 million has been implemented

Who can access funds?

Owners of low-income multi-family properties serving priority populations.

Program factsheet (English & Español)

Project story

Anticipated Timelines

The award cycle is ongoing, however, the program is currently not awarding grants because the high demand for the program exceeds the current funding allocated.

Community Solar

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Solar PV installations that benefit low-income households.

  • This program has received $4.4 million

Who can access funds?

Nonprofits, local or tribal government entities, publicly owned utilities, community development corporations and finance institutions, joint powers authorities, and community choice aggregators.

Program factsheet

Project Story

Anticipated Timelines

No additional funding for this program at this time.

Single-Family Energy Efficiency and Solar Photovoltaics

Installation of energy-efficiency measures, solar water heating, and solar photovoltaics in low-income single-family.

  • This program has received $70.3 million

  • $51.5 million has been implemented

Who can access funds?

Households with low-income residents in disadvantaged communities.

Project story

Program Factsheet

This program does not currently have additional funding.

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Single-Family Solar Photovoltaics

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The program funded the installation of residential solar energy systems through a single provider administering services on a statewide basis, and a solar PV pilot. These projects reduce residential energy demand, and reduce GHG and air pollutant emissions associated with conventional energy generation. The low-income residents of disadvantaged communities that participated in this program benefit from lower energy costs.

  • This program has received $28.6 million

  • $28.6 million has been implemented

This program is completed and does not have additional funding.