Energy Upgrade California™ Middle Income Direct Install (MIDI) Program is a no-cost program targeted to customers whose income just exceeds the upper threshold for qualification in the Energy Savings Assistance Program.
Through MIDI, qualified customers can receive home improvements at no cost that may increase their home’s comfort, improve indoor air quality and help conserve energy which could lead to lower utility bills. The program also helps reduce the amount of money a property owner needs to invest in order to participate in the single-family or multifamily home upgrade programs.
The program is available to income-qualified middle income renters and homeowners residing in single-family, multifamily and manufactured homes. Program services are provided by authorized vendors who are not employees of Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas®) or Sempra Utilities, but are under contract to SoCalGas to deliver program services.
|Available energy-saving services may include:|
|Attic insulation||Low-flow shower heads|
|Pipe insulation||Duct sealing and testing|
|Door weatherstripping||Water heater blankets|
|Faucet aerators||Thermostatic shower valve|
|Caulking||Evaporative cooler covers and A/C covers|
|Minor repairs to exterior doors and/or windows||Furnace clean and tune|
Total income for all persons in your household must meet the following guidelines
|Number of persons in household||Total yearly household income* between|
|1||$31,461 - $47,190|
|2||$31,461 - $47,190|
|3||$39,581 - $59,370|
|4||$47,701 - $71,550|
|5||$55,821 - $83,730|
|6||$63,941 - $95,910|
|7||$72,061 - $108,090|
|8||$80,181 - $120,270|
|For each additional person in your household add $8,121-$12,180
* Includes current household income from all sources before deductions.
These income guidelines are effective June 1, 2014 thru May 31, 2015.
Total household income is all revenues, from all household members, from whatever sources derived, including but not limited to: wages, salaries, interest, dividends, spousal and child support payments, public assistance payments, Social Security and pensions, rental income, income from self-employment and all employment-related non-cash income.