Rebates & Incentives

Anaheim Public Utilities currently offers more than 45 rebates and incentive programs that assist Anaheim businesses, residents and income-qualified customers save water, energy and money. Whether you are making capital improvements, replacing inefficient equipment or looking for free services on ways to save, we have a program that’s right for you!
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Residential

  1. Energy Rebates & Incentives

    See all of the energy efficiency rebates and incentives available to Anaheim residential customers.

  2. Water Rebates & Incentives

    Get more information about income-qualified measures, programs and other helpful resources that are available.

  3. Income-Qualified Programs

    You may be eligible for one or more of our income-qualified programs if your household income meets eligibility guidelines.

Commercial

  1. Energy Rebates & Incentives

    Medium-to-large commercial and industrial customers can receive a free, on-site audit to analyze energy usage and make recommendations to save you money.

  2. Water Rebates & Incentives

    Whether indoors or out, switching your sprinklers, hoses and nozzles to water-saving devices can save your business money. Not only will you see a change for the better on your water bill, but you may qualify for rebates on the equipment you purchase.

Green Incentives


  1. Green Building Program

    The many incentive programs we offer are designed to help you build greener – and more successfully – in Anaheim.

  2. Green Power Program

    Learn about and access an online form to sign up for the city's Green Power Program.

  3. Plug-In Electric Vehicles

  4. Find information and access resources for purchasing and owning a plug-in electric vehicle.
  1. Ways to Save Energy

  2. Anaheim Public Utilities will provide rebates when you make the switch to water and energy-efficient appliances and equipment around the home. Choose from a variety of Energy Star-certified appliances and high-efficiency conservation measures.

If you receive unsolicited phone calls from contractors or telemarketers for solar or other energy-efficiency technology companies, you can: