L.A. DWP Has Over 12 Money Saving Offers
Each of the offers for savings have qualifiers for redemption. Read the details and FAQ for full determination of your eligibility, the parameters for submission, and amount available.
DWP REBATES & PROGRAMS
These programs are available to assist our customers in using energy and water more efficiently, as well as saving money and resources while improving our environment.
- AC Optimization Program
- AC Optimization Program
- Attic Insulation Rebate Program
- Certified Pool Pump Replacement Program
- Power Savers
- City Plants (Free Tree Programs)
- Consumer Rebate Program
- Efficient Product Marketplace
- Residential EV Charging Station Rebate Program
- Used Electric Vehicle Rebate Program
- Free Water Conservation Items
- Home Energy Improvement Program
- How to Apply – Water Conservation Rebates
- Refrigerator Exchange Program
- Refrigerator Recycling Program
- GoGreen Home Energy Financing
- Solar Programs
- Window Air Conditioner Recycling Program
- Turf Replacement Program
Go on a tour of how to save water in your home, go to the H2ouse website.
A handy calculator to estimate your water and energy usage, go to the WECalc website
Take a room-by-room tour of ENERGY STAR @ home and learn what you can do to save energy, save money, and help protect our environment in your own home. To get started, go to the ENERGY STAR @ Home website.
The Los Angeles City Council authorized a procedure in 1996 that allows City of Los Angeles sewer system customers to use data from private water sub-meters in the calculation of their sewer service charges (SSC). The program is totally optional and the customer will bear all costs associated with it.
The program requires that the customer's plumbing be configured to separate the water distribution lines on the customer's property which drain to the sewer ("tributary lines") from those which do not drain to the sewer ("nontributary lines"). In the residential situation, tributary lines serve interior (domestic) uses, and nontributary lines serve exterior (primarily irrigation) uses. A private sub-meter may be installed on either the tributary or nontributary line.
Why Install a Water Sub-meter?
The present system bases the SSC on a percentage of the volume of water delivered through the City meter and uses an estimating procedure to determine the nontributary percentage. The private sub-meter will substitute actual data for the estimate. Thus, the program should benefit many customers who use a greater than average volume of water for irrigation.
How to Learn More
Learn more about the City of Los Angeles Department of Public Works, Bureau of Sanitation's sub-meter program and how a sub-meter can help you determine your indoor and outdoor water usage and sewer charges by viewing the Residential Private Water Sub-meter Information Package