Resources, Rebates, and Incentives for Businesses


Customer Energy Solutions

You can reduce your operating costs and improve the energy efficiency of your business or organization by taking advantage of the comprehensive range of services that RCEA has to offer. We have energy efficiency incentives, rebates, and programs that are good for the grid and great for your bottom line. Sign up for RCEA’s energy services today, including no-cost, no-commitment consultations and assessments with our energy advisors to find out what services you may qualify for.

Rebate offerings are dependent on available funding. Rebate amount is determined by the values listed on the RCEA webpage on the date a complete rebate reservation form is received (optional) or a complete application and all supplemental documents are received.

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Inflation Reduction Act

Save even more money by combining RCEA incentives with rebates and tax credits available through the Inflation Reduction Act. See how much money you can get on the Inflation Reduction Act website.

Additional Incentives

We offer extensive incentives to reduce the upfront cost of qualifying efficiency projects that are even more generous than what you see in the rebates and other service sections below.

Fill out RCEA’s simple Customer Interest Form to get started!

Email or call (707) 269-1700 if you have questions.

Commercial Equipment Rebate Catalog

Upgrade to high-efficiency equipment to reduce your energy bill. Rebate offerings include: ovens, fryers, dishwashers, ice machines, refrigerators, freezers, and agricultural fans.

(updated March 13, 2024)

Heat Pump Rebate Catalog

Heat pumps have the potential to deliver significant savings on your home or business heating bill because they deliver heat more efficiently than other sources. Heat Pumps use improved air conditioner technologies to move heat inside during winter or move heat outside during summer. We offer several different types of rebates for both homes and businesses.

(Updated March 13, 2024)

Inflation Reduction Act (“the IRA”)


The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 offers funding, programs, and incentives to accelerate the transition to a clean energy economy and lower the cost for consumers across all technologies and customer types including residential, commercial, tribal, low-income, and more.

Visit our IRA page which offers resources to help you get started

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Electric Vehicle Rebates


The Redwood Coast Energy Authority’s electric vehicle rebate, funded by RCEA’s Community Choice Energy program, aims to increase the number of electric vehicles in Humboldt county and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

This rebate is an additional rebate to the state Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) as a limited time offer. RCEA customers are eligible receive 50% of whatever incentive amount they received from the CVRP.

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Energy Storage Incentives

Statewide incentives for energy storage


Take advantage of rebates available for a limited time for installing energy storage technology such as batteries at homes, businesses, and public facilities. Energy storage can reduce utility bills and keep the lights on during a power outage. Humboldt County Homes and Businesses are eligible for incentives provided by the California Public Utilities Commission’s (CPUC) Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP).

Contractor and Vendor Network


Have you decided that your home or business needs upgrades to become more comfortable and energy-efficient but you don’t know where to start?

RCEA has created a Contractor and Vendor Network as a resource for our customers who are looking for contractors for their installation needs and vendors for their equipment needs related to RCEA program services or referrals made by RCEA.

RCEA’s Demand Response Provider Referral List


Demand Response programs allow customers to actively participate in managing energy usage, and save or earn money, while also supporting the overall grid reliability.

By enrolling in a Demand Response program, customers can make a difference by adjusting electricity consumption during high-demand periods when the grid is stressed.

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The RCEA has been providing energy services for Humboldt County businesses since 2006. Check out some of our customers’ stories about working with our technicians on lighting upgrades, which was our focus at the time of this series. If you have a story to tell about your experience with RCEA, let us know and we would be happy to include you.

GoGreen Business Energy Financing


Administered by the State of California, GoGreen Business Energy Financing helps small and medium-sized businesses make energy efficiency upgrades that can save money and boost business performance. GoGreen Business offers a variety of attractive financing products to property owners and tenants, as well as more than 200 energy-saving measures including efficient heating and cooling systems, LED lighting, fans, well pumps, cool roofs, insulation, ENERGY STAR appliances, and more.

Demand Side Management Director, Stephen Kullmann,  discusses energy in Humboldt County, services for RCEA customers, RCEA’s promotion with Food For People, and more on Talkshop KINS in December of 2021. RCEA is continuing with the Food for People opportunity in 2023.

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