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Local Capacity Procurement Program

Qualifying building owners can receive increased financial incentives, based on electrical capacity savings, to upgrade and improve mechanical systems.

The Local Capacity Procurement Program (LCPP) helps address the complex challenges facing many building owners, such as minimizing energy consumption and reducing energy while maintaining tenant comfort and maximizing net operating income. The Program offers cash incentives to commercial building owners for HVAC system improvements.

Contact: Kate Fowler, (619) 541-2041

What type of building owners would benefit?

  • All leased or rented commercial facilities
  • Owner occupied commercial facilities used for: Banking, Insurance, Retail Merchandising; Information Services and Telecommunications Services; Establishments performing routine support for day-to-day operations of organizations

Requirements

  • The LCPP Owner Incentive Agreement must be executed prior to the installation of any equipment.
  • Projects must remain operational and verifiable by Willdan and SDG&E through 2023.
  • Facility must be in SDG&E service territory.
  • Minimum building size is approximately 40,000 ft2

Eligible Measures

Major Equipment Replacements

  • Split DX units – AC & Heat Pumps
  • Packaged DX Units – AC & Heat Pumps
  • Water Cooled Chillers (Centrifugal, Reciprocal, Screw)
  • Air Cooled Chillers (Reciprocal, Screw)

Controls/Commissioning

  • Chilled Water Reset
  • Hot Water Reset
  • DCV (Demand Control Ventilation)

Heat Recovery

  • Air to Air
  • Rotary

Economizer

  • Maintenance of Existing
  • Install of new

Change 3-way valves to 2-way valves

VFDs/VSDs on Motors and:

  • Chilled Water Pumps
  • Hot Water Pumps
  • Fan Motors
  • Cooling Towers

High Efficiency Motors

  • Pumps
  • Fans
  • Towers

Direct/Indirect Evaporative Cooling

  • Central
  • Packaged

Duct Repair

  • Insulation
  • Sealing

Custom HVAC Measures Also Available

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Programs are funded by California utility customers and administered by San Diego Gas & Electric® (SDG&E) under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. Program incentive funds will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, until all funds are committed or until December 31, 2022, whichever occurs first. The selection, purchase, and ownership of goods and services are the sole responsibility of the customer. SDG&E makes no warranty, whether express or implied, including warranty of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose, use or application of selected goods and services. SDG&E reserves the right to modify or discontinue the comprehensiveness bonus at any time.