The California Advanced Homes Program is funded by California utility customers and administered by Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison, Southern California Gas
Company and San Diego Gas & Electric Company, under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. This programmay be modified or terminated without prior notice, and is provided
to qualified customers on a first-come, first-served basis until the program funds are no longer available. The utilities make no guaranties or warranties, whether written or implied, for homes’
performances. All technical data, claims, and usage rights associated with the text, photos, and/or illustrations above were verified by PG&E. ©2011. Trademarks are property of their respective
owners. All rights reserved.
Payments over $5,000 per home typically include bonus incentives for meeting criteria such as ENERGY STAR
, Green Home certification, Compact Home, and New Solar Homes Partnership.
Savings figures may vary due to location, climate and other factors.
City Ventures Residences—Santa Barbara East Beach Collection
Rendering by Focus 360
High Efficiency HVAC
can reduce yearly
energy bills by nearly
Expertly Installed Ductwork
can improve heating and
cooling efficiency by as
much as 20%.
Photovoltaic Solar Panels
lowers energy bills and may
increase property values.
build a green home that’s environmentally correct.
and financially sound.
Energy efficiency pays. Because when you build homes that exceed Title 24 requirements by at least 15%, you
can earn escalating financial incentives. And when you meet additional green initiatives, you can make even
more. Some builders have already earned
over $5,000 per home in cash incentives
. It’s a statewide program,
making it easy to participate with multiple developments. So what’s good for the earth is also good for business.
Welcome to California Advanced Homes. To get started, call your utility at their number below, or visit us