Nonprofit organizations are always faced with trying to do more with less, and Yolo Energy Watch wants to help area nonprofits by saving on your energy bills. The core incentive program is called "Energy Fitness," which is a no-cost/low-cost installation of energy efficient lighting and other measures. You start saving money on your energy bill immediately. How is Energy Fitness offered free?

Here's how the Energy Fitness program works:

2. A technician visits your business to conduct a free, no-obligation energy assessment to determine your potential savings.
3. An installation team makes an appointment to install the energy efficient measures that make sense for your business.

Free Energy Fitness measures include:
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • T8 and T5 lighting 
  • Fluorescent hardwired fixtures
  • Compact fluorescent bulbs (CFLs)
  • LED exit signs
  • Vending machine controllers
  • Window film
  • HVAC condenser coil cleaning
  • Faucet aerators
  • Low flow shower heads
Measures with a small co-pay include:
  • 4-foot (2-lamp) T12 conversion to 4-foot (2-lamp) T8 ($11)
  • High bay fixture replacement ($50)

You can also learn more about PG&E programs, incentives, and rebates targeting businesses below:
Specific Programs

If your organization is any of the following, it may qualify for additional energy efficiency programs: