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Zero emission vehicle programs

Get thousands of dollars to buy a zero emission vehicle (ZEV)

Skip the pump and clean the air with an electric or plug-in hybrid car.

Find ZEV programs

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Home energy programs

Renters and homeowners can get thousands of dollars for energy upgrades

Get energy discounts, efficient appliance rebates, and help installing solar. You can save money on your energy bills and make it easier to reach a sustainably-powered California.

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Water-saving programs

Save water and fight long-term drought

Find tips everyone can use to save water and lower your bills. Homeowners can get tax-free grants to replace turf.

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Top programs for Californians

Looking for a place to start? Here are a few of the dozens of programs that may be able to help you.

Clean Cars 4 All

What you get

Up to $12,000 for buying a zero emission vehicle

Who it’s for

Californians in certain areas

Your benefit

No more stops at the gas station

How it fights climate change

Reduces CO2 emissions

Energy Savings Assistance

What you get

Free home upgrades to be more energy-efficient

Who it’s for

Renters and homeowners

Your benefit

Lower energy bills

How it fights climate change

Reduces California’s energy needs

Turf replacement rebate

What you get

Tax-free money from your water agency to replace turf with water-friendly landscaping

Who it’s for


Your benefit

Lower water bills

How it fights climate change

Reduces use of water to help California fight long-term drought

There are dozens of programs throughout California thanks to historic state investments in fighting climate change. Find out which ones you qualify for.

California climate action statistics

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693 million

Gallons of water saved from California’s Turf Replacement Rebate Program from 2015 – 2020

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$200 billion

In public health savings

Representation of greenhouse gases

85% less

Greenhouse gasses by 2045

California measures our progress towards our climate goals in many ways. Find out how we’re doing at the California Climate Dashboard.