Sonoma County Energy Watch Program

Sonoma County Energy Watch logo in partnership with TEAA

Save Energy, Save Money, and Keep Pace with other Businesses!

Attention small to medium sized commercial businesses, building owners, and property managers! 

Compared to other businesses, are you benefitting from energy efficiency?

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“We were able to implement upgrades to our facility that weren’t just great for the environment, but great for our bottom line.”

–Leon Sharyon, CFO, Lagunitas Brewing Company

The Sonoma County Energy Watch (SCEW) program can help save you energy and money. Join the hundreds of local businesses which have upgraded their energy efficiency through SCEW, a partnership between the County of Sonoma and Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E).  Why should business and commercial building owners consider energy efficiency upgrades?

  • Keeping up with other businesses – Go green and be a leader in your community
  • Lower cost investment – Incentives and rebates make improvements affordable
  • Lower utility bills – Reduced energy use will positively impact your monthly utility bill
  • Improve indoor air quality – Increase productivity through better working conditions
  • Increase property value – Efficiency leads to lower operating costs
  • Reduce your carbon footprint – Be a good steward to the environment
  • Businesses have already paid for the evaluation – SCEW is funded by utility customers

SCEW provides energy efficiency services and resources for commercial customers and municipalities. Through an expanded, team-based approach, SCEW offers a no-cost lighting and commercial refrigeration evaluation, followed up by a detailed report which includes the cost of upgrading, available incentives and rebates, and any out-of-pocket expenses.

SCEW’s third party programmer, The Energy Alliance Association (TEAA), conducts the evaluation, provides the follow up report, and coordinates the direct install of the upgraded lighting and commercial refrigeration once a customer signs off on the project. SCEW, TEAA, and PG&E work together as a team to ensure a cohesive approach throughout the upgrade project span and the best possible outcome for commercial customers.

Ready to take the first step? Contact Anita Adams, SCEW Program Specialist, at (707) 565-2160 or at Anita.Adams@sonoma-county.org to schedule your no-cost energy evaluation today!

If you would like to expedite the scheduling of your no-cost energy evaluation, feel free to download the authorization form (provide pdf link here), completing and forwarding to Anita Adams by email, or mail (SCEW, 2300 County Center Drive, Suite A 105, Santa Rosa, CA, 95403, Attn: Anita).

TEAA will contact you within two weeks to schedule a convenient time for a walk through of your facility, usually taking 20 – 30 minutes. It has never been easier to take the first step towards energy efficiency!

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This program is funded by California utility customers and administered by Pacific Gas and Electric Company under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.

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Sonoma County Energy Independence Program
2300 County Center Dr.,
Suite A105
Santa Rosa, California
95403-3009

Phone: (707) 565-6470
Fax: (707) 565-6474
Email: sceip@sonoma-county.org

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