Step into the future of all-electric living
Whether you're buying a brand new house or upgrading the one you live in, converting to all-electric appliances will help save you money on your overall energy costs.
Learn how you can help create a clean, carbon-free future
Going all-electric at home, at work and on the road is better for your budget, your safety and our environment.
All-electric living improves public health, reduces air pollution and assists our local cities and towns in reaching their climate goals.
Find out how new sustainable technologies can help lower your carbon footprint.
Open the door to an all-electric home
It doesn't matter if you're converting from gas or replacing existing electric appliances, our rebates on these energy efficient items will save you money.
Induction cooktops and stoves are the safest, fastest and best performing option for cooking in your kitchen.
Both standalone cooktops and ranges with built-in induction cooktops are eligible.
Watch a video on the benefits of induction cooking
Rebates up to $750
Water heaters are among the highest energy consuming products in your home. Heat pump water heaters are up to 4 times more efficient than gas water heaters. We can help you determine the best size tank for your house and get tips on maximizing performance.
Rebates up to $3,000
Heat pump HVAC systems can deliver greater comfort and reduce your energy bills. At three times the efficiency of gas, a heat pump HVAC system is the most efficient way to heat and cool your home.
Rebates and incentives up to $3,500
Putting the future of renewable energy in motion
We offer incentives, rebates and services that can put you behind the wheel of a new electric car while saving you thousands of dollars.
Clean electric energy is also powering public transportation. Find out how electric transit busses and light rail, EV rideshare cars, autonomous EV’s, jump bikes and home batteries will help our region enter a new era of clean transportation.
All-electric construction for a carbon-free world
SMUD is partnering with cities and the state of California to promote building codes that encourage the switch from natural gas to all-electric.
All-Electric Smart Homes, including Smart Multifamily buildings, are less expensive to build and safer to live in because there’s no gas lines to install, no venting of exhaust gasses and no gas connection fees or trenching requirements. We are here to support you as you build electrically.
We’re also helping commercial customers save with incentives and energy-efficient solutions that drive energy savings to their bottom lines and promote electrification. Check back as new incentives become available to help you build safer, healthier and cheaper.
Save more than$18,000
by going all-electric with new commercial building projects
The myths of "natural" gas
Myth: More efficient
Fact: Electric heat pump water heaters, heat pump HVAC systems and induction cooktops use less energy and are 2-3 times more efficient than gas.
Myth: More affordable
Fact: Homes with newer heat pump water heaters and HVAC systems have lower utility bills overall than homes with gas appliances.
Myth: Better for cooking
Fact: Electric induction cooktops heat up twice as fast as gas, provide more accurate temperature control and are easier to clean.