Services Provided

The Energy Savings Assistance Program (ESA) services provided include:

  • Attic insulation
  • Energy-efficient refrigerators
  • Energy-efficient furnaces
  • Weatherstripping
  • Caulking
  • Low-flow showerheads
  • Water heater blankets
  • Door and building envelope repairs which reduce air infiltration

Program Income Guidelines 

The following are the income limits effective June 1, 2021 to May 31, 2022

Household Size Income Eligibility Upper Limit
1-2 $34,840
3 $43,920
4 $53,000
5 $62,080
6 $71,160
7 $80,240
8 $89,320
Each Additional Person $9,080

To request an application form and more information, please contact your utility for more information:

Utility ESA Website Phone

Pacific Gas & Electric


Southern California Edison


San Diego Gas & Electric


Southern California Gas


Alpine Natural Gas


Bear Valley Electric


Liberty Utilities




Southwest Gas


West Coast Gas (CARE only)


Energy Savings Assistance Common Area Measures (ESA CAM) Program

In 2020, each investor-owned utility offered the Energy Savings Assistance Common Area Measures (ESA CAM) program for deed-restricted, multifamily buildings. To qualify, the property must be deed-restricted, and the owner must certify that at least 65% of the tenant households meet the ESA income guidelines. Energy efficiency services provided differ by the utility and are limited to communal areas, common energy systems, a residential building(s), or property. This program can be combined with the ESA in-unit program.

Each IOU submitted their program implementation plans to the Commission via Advice Letter:

  • Pacific Gas and Electric Advice Letter 3943-G/5241-G

  • Southern California Edison Advice Letter 3754-E

  • San Diego Gas & Electric Advice Letter 3196-E/2654-G

  • Southern California Gas Advice Letter 5264-G

ESA Common Area Measures Program Websites: