Energy Rebate Program for Alameda County Residents

The rebates are on a first come, first-served basis.

By Bay City News Service

Alameda County homeowners who make energy-efficient home improvements can qualify for $1,500 in rebates in a program being offered by county and state officials.

The Flex Package offer, which is available on a first come, first-served basis, is targeting owners of single-family homes in the county who can qualify for the rebates by making two or more energy-efficient upgrades -- such as replacing old heat pumps or central air conditioning systems, or installing wall insulation, according to program officials.

The rebates are being offered by Energy Upgrade California, a partnership between the California Public Utilities Commission, California Energy Commission and local jurisdictions including StopWaste.org, the public agency responsible for waste management in Alameda County.

More information about the Flex Package, including how to apply for the rebates, can be found at www.alamedaflex.org.

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