Facade Improvement Grant Program
Matching grants of up to $2,500 for facade improvements to commercial and industrial buildings in the City.
- Commercial Real Estate
Streamlined Development/Permit Process
By: City of Cerritos
The City of Cerritos offers streamlined permit processing for various development and entitlement projects.
By: City of Burbank
Residents or businesses who applied or received pre-approval for their projects prior to July 9, 2015 will receive a total of $3 per square foot ($2 from MWD, $1 from BWP), assuming all terms have been satisfied. Applicants receiving approval after July 9, 2015 may only receive $1 per square foot.
Custom Energy Technology Grants
The Custom Energy Technology Grant program provides our business electric customers with the opportunity to request funds for the advancement of renewable energy and utility industry solutions.
Energy Star-Rated Product Incentives
Energy Star-rated products can save 20-30% on energy costs. When you purchase these appliances for your business using our Energy Star-rated Product Incentives. We’ll give you a rebate, it’s that simple.
Energy-Efficient Exit Signs
Riverside Public Utilities offers incentives for replacing older inefficient exit sign lighting with the most energy efficient fixtures available.
Our Weatherization Rebate Program is an innovative approach to improving the energy efficiency of Riverside’s businesses. The program is open to all RPU commercial electric customers.
LEED Construction Incentives
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, is a great way to create sustainable buildings. Riverside has created a program to encourage businesses to pursue LEED-certified designation.
Air Conditioning Incentives
Air conditioning equipment can be the largest utility expense for a business. If your current system provides inefficient heating and cooling, it may be time for a new one. Our air Conditioning Incentives can help offset those costs.
Energy Efficiency Lighting Incentive
Riverside Public Utilities offers customers incentives when they replace older, inefficient lighting with the most energy-efficient fixtures available. And now, we’re expanding this incentive program to include daylighting and occupancy sensors, along with solar tubes and sky lighting.