Leverage significant incentives for your next residential new construction project. The Roseville Advanced Homes Program (RAHP) provides financial incentives for all-electric construction of the following project types:
- Single Family
- Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)
RAHP offers de-escalating base incentives depending on the project’s year of completion. Bonus incentives are available for installing induction cooktops. Multifamily new construction projects can also receive a bonus incentive for installing central heat pump water heaters (HPWH).
|Standard (per home)||$4,500||$4,000||$3,500|
|Induction Cooking Bonus||$700||$550||$500|
|Standard (per unit)||$2,500||$2,000||$1,750|
|Induction Cooking Bonus||$600||$500||$400|
|Central HPWH Bonus||$2,000||$1,800||$1,600|
Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)
|Standard (per ADU)||$2,000||$1,500||$1,250|
|Induction Cooking Bonus||$600||$550||$500|
Affordable Housing Bonus Incentive
Affordable multifamily homes are eligible for an additional 25% bonus incentive on top of the total incentive. Eligible projects must confirm certified affordable housing status based on regulatory designation or prove that the developer company is a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) designate. Other documentation may also be accepted with program approval.
RAHP is available to Roseville Electric Utility customers. Program participants must meet minimum code compliance and have no gas connections to the residential units.
- New construction RAHP projects must install:
- Communicating thermostats
- Segregated circuits
- Electric vehicle charging infrastructure pre-wiring
- Battery storage readiness
- Projects must be compliant on one of the California HERS registries.
- Single family, duplex, townhome, ADU and low-rise multifamily projects must be permitted under the 2022 Energy Efficiency Standards for Low-Rise Residential Buildings (Title 24) and achieve compliance in line with program requirements using a CEC-approved computer method.
Program funds are limited. Incentives are available on a first-come, first-served basis until funds are no longer available.