Financial Incentive information for California is provided by the Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency (DSIRE California). Information about additional incentives not present on DSIRE is listed here.
High Performance Incentive Grant
The High Performance Incentive (HPI) grant is a supplemental grant available to districts with projects that have increased costs associated with high performance attributes in school facilities.
The Governor's Strategic Growth Plan, approved by voters in Proposition 1D (AB 127, 2006), provided $100 million in incentive grants to promote the use of high performance attributes in new construction and modernization projects for K-12 schools. High performance attributes include using designs and materials that promote energy and water efficiency, maximize the use of natural lighting, improve indoor air quality, utilize recycled materials and materials that emit a minimal amount of toxic substances, and employ acoustics that are conducive to teaching and learning.
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