The City of Palm Desert is dedicated to energy conservation as something that makes good financial sense and protects our environment for the future. The innovative Set to Save partnership is part of a longstanding commitment that is also on display in the solar panels that help power City facilities and in the alternate fuel cars and trucks that make up a large part of Palm Desert's vehicle fleet.
Set To Save Program: Conceived and designed to be a groundbreaking model for other communities to follow, Set to Save, also known as the Palm Desert Partnership Demonstration Project, teams the City of Palm Desert with its energy utilities, Southern California Edison and Southern California Gas Company, and The Energy Coalition as partners in an aggressive energy efficiency and conservation campaign.
The program is designed to empower the community to save money and energy by reducing energy consumption and peak demand within the City by 30% (adjusted for growth) within five years through education, added financial incentives, new technologies and services, and a variety of City-wide efforts to heighten awareness and participation by Palm Desert residents.
Palm Desert residents and businesses can take advantage of thousands of dollars in cash incentives by replacing old air conditioning, heating, ventilation, lighting, refrigeration, and pool pumping equipment with new, more energy efficient models. – less–ZoomInfo