For Businesses

Electric Vehicles

Clean Vehicle Rebate Project - Receive up to $5,000 in rebates for purchasing a low- or no-emission vehicle.

Federal Tax Credit - Learn more about the Federal Tax Credit of up to $7,500 for purchasing a qualifying low- or no-emission vehicle.

Index of Federal Tax Credits for Electric and Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles - Use this index to search for all-electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles that qualify for federal tax credits.

PG&E Resources for Prospective and Current Electric Vehicle Owners - learn about PG&E programs and services to assist prospective and current electric vehicle owners with rebates, tax credits, charging options, and electricity rates.

Silicon Valley Clean Energy - Incentives for EV Fast Charging near multi-family housing.

Energy Efficiency

BayREN Commercial - Various business support resources, a Pay-for-Performance program to help business owners design energy improvements that will pay for themselves over time, microloans for energy efficiency projects, and commercial PACE financing.

BayREN Multi-Family - Energy Upgrade California's Bay Area Multi-Family Building Enhancements Program offers cash rebates and free energy consulting for owners of multi-family properties with 5 or more attached dwelling units that undertake energy upgrades.

CaliforniaFIRST - Provides up-front Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing for energy efficiency, renewable energy, and water saving improvements to homes and businesses.

Energy Upgrade California - Tips and resources for making your small business more energy efficient.

Home Energy Renovation Opportunity (HERO) - Provides up-front Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing for energy efficiency, renewable energy, and water conservation improvements to homes and businesses.

PG&E Customized Incentives for Energy Efficiency - Save energy and money with PG&E's customized incentives for business energy efficiency projects involving the installation of high-efficiency equipment or systems.

PG&E and Ecology Action Hospitality Program - The Hospitality Program provides energy efficiency recommendations, project oversight, and rebates to hospitality customers in the PG&E service area.

PG&E Retrocommissioning (RCx) Program - Commercial PG&E customers can save energy, reduce utility bills, and get financial incentives by being connect with experts in facility and building management. 

United States Small Business Administration - Federal guide for small business owners to calculate potential energy savings from energy efficiency upgrades.

Renewable Energy

California Solar Initiative - Offers cash back to customers for installing solar panels on their home or business.

PG&E Self-Generation Incentives Program (SGIP) - A rebate program for customers who install new equipment for generating renewable and non-renewable energy.

PG&E Wholesale Electric Power Procurement - PG&E purchases electric power from generators and suppliers in order to meet customer demand.

Silicon Valley Clean Energy - Information about SVCE's competitive electricity rates.

Silicon Valley Clean Energy - Information about SVCE's Net Energy Metering program for businesses with rooftop solar.

Solar Investment Tax Credit - Get 30% back for solar, fuel cells, and small wind generators.

Green Business certification and integration

GreenBizCupertino - Mountain View business owners, schools, and non-profits can receive free support to navigate certification through the California Green Business Program.

Santa Clara County Green Business Program - Join 200 businesses and public agencies and make a commitment to conserve energy and water, prevent waste, and reduce pollution by certifying your business through the County.

Sustainability Circles - A comprehensive six month, peer-learning program that helps businesses embed sustainability practices across their organization.

PG&E Rebates

PG&E Rebates and Incentives - Review all available rebates, incentives, and grants, for commercial customers.

Recycling & Zero Waste

City of Mountain View Recycling & Zero Waste

Transportation

Getting Around Mountain View

Commuter Benefits Programs

511 Bay Area Commuter Benefits Programs - Businesses with 50 or more employees are required to provide a Commuter Benefits program to comply with Air District Regulation 14, Rule 1. Commuter benefits programs support employees who want to use public transit, carpooling, and other commute options, and may help employers save on payroll taxes.

Planning Your Commute

511 SF Bay Area - Provides resources for commuting in the Bay Area, including trip planners, traffic information, public transit resources, and other smart commuting tips.

Bay Area Air Quality Management District - Learn more about air quality in thet Bay area and information about incentives for using public transit, including Commuter Benefits Programs.

Water Conservation

City of Mountain View Water Conservation Programs for Businesses

 

If you have any comments or suggestions on the resources included on this page, please contact the Sustainability Program by emailing sustainability@mountainview.gov, or by leaving a comment on Collaborate Mountain View.
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