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Energy efficiency where you live
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Residential buildings represent 22% of the City's carbon footprint. We all need to do more than just remember to turn off the lights when leaving a room. SF Environment has developed many programs to help reduce your home energy consumption and make your home (and pocketbook) more comfortable in the process.

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Homes with energy performance upgrades are more comfortable, quieter, healthier, and more valuable.Read>
Study finds California homes with green labels are worth 9 percent more on the real estate market.Read>
Right now incentives are at unprecedented levels. SF Homeowners can earn up to $4,500 for home energy upgrades.Read>
For step by step directions on how the program works, read more.Read>
Eligibility and Requirements for Energy Upgrade California - Home UpgradeRead>
Find a participating contractor to improve the energy efficiency of your home today.Read>
Here are the answers to some common questionsRead>
Interested in making energy efficient upgrades to your 2-4 unit building?Read>
The feasibility of taking existing San Francisco homes to zero net energy was validated in this study. Data was used to group energy efficiency measures into three technically feasible “pathways” to zero net energy.Read>

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Free Solar Classes at PG&E's Pacific Energy Center
The Pacific Energy Center offers free educational classes on energy efficiency and renewable energy topics.