A complete guide to SGIP.
California’s Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) now has more options than ever
to help customers afford energy storage. Below you will find information on what role
installers play in the process, and how to ensure you are set up with SGIP.
If you have a customer interested in applying for SGIP
or you want to connect with new customers who are looking into SGIP — you will first need to make sure your company is pre-approved as a SGIP developer.
We have our in-house team of experts who can apply on your behalf, register with the SGIP program and also apply for the incentive after Encharge batteries are installed. By paying a small fee, you can avail this hassle-free one-stop solution through our application portal in the MyEnlighten web and mobile application.
Our experts will take care of the step by step process of registration and Incentive claim. We will ask you for the specific information and documents wherever required for the application.
Encharge™ storage system
specification for SGIP
Encharge storage systems are among the approved list of energy storage devices
registered in the SGIP program.
Eligibility for Applying to SGIP
Every SGIP application should be associated with a registered developer, which is a system installer or company that holds the contract for equipment purchase and installation. The developer supports the applicant by providing all the necessary documents and completing the installation process. Each developer is limited to 20% of the SGIP incentive funding from the total incentive budget at each step in that category of SGIP.
To install the SGIP applicant’s energy storage system, you should make sure your company is listed as the developer. The list of pre-approved SGIP developers can be found here at the SGIP website.