California Advanced Homes

Located in PG&E Service Territory
To be eligible for program incentives, homes must receive gas and/or electric service from Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E). If your home is outside of PG&E’s service territory, contact us to find the best program for you.
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Advanced Energy Performance
Builders work with Title 24 consultants to model homes in comparison to the 2016 Title 24, which took effect in January 2017. Participants may not begin construction until receiving authorization from the Program.
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Verified Energy Savings
Builders work with HERS Raters who visit homes to verify energy specifications and conduct energy performance tests.
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News, Tips, and Training

TRAINING: CAHP Title 24 Webinar Series
TRAINING: CAHP Title 24 Webinar Series
January 31, 2017
Join the California Advanced Homes Program for a two-part training series, providing a comprehensive overview of recent and upcoming California residential code changes. (more…)
TRAINING: Decoding Residential Compliance Webinars
TRAINING: Decoding Residential Compliance Webinars
January 31, 2017
Brought to you by Energy Code Ace, Gina Rodda of Gabel Associates, LLC, along with her guest speaker Brian Selby, from Selby Energy, Inc., (more…)
TRAINING: Integrated Design and Innovators Evening Lectures
TRAINING: Integrated Design and Innovators Evening Lectures
January 31, 2017
Don't miss PG&E's two upcoming training series: integrated design and innovator evening lectures! See below for the full list of scheduled trainings. (more…)
TRAINING: 2017 CAHP Orientation Webinar
TRAINING: 2017 CAHP Orientation Webinar
January 16, 2017
California has aggressive goals to reduce energy demand. To respond to these goals, the California Advanced Homes Program (CAHP) (more…)
FEATURED PROJECT: Persimmon at the Cannery
FEATURED PROJECT: Persimmon at the Cannery
January 16, 2017
TOP PROJECT OF Q4 2016 CAHP recognizes Shea Homes' Persimmon at the Cannery.   PROJECT OVERVIEW: Project: Persimmon at the Cannery LOCATION: Davis, CA Average CAHP Score: 61 ...
TECH TIP: What is the Energy Design Rating, and why are there 5 of them?
TECH TIP: What is the Energy Design Rating, and why are there 5 of them?
January 16, 2017
CAHP TRANSITIONS TO THE ENERGY DESIGN RATING In 2017, the California Advanced Homes Program (CAHP) – now CAHP Zero Net Energy (ZNE) – switches the program eligibility and incentive metric f