Comprehensive Affordable Multifamily Retrofits Program

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s Comprehensive Affordable Multifamily Retrofits (CAMR) program assists L.A.’s low income, multifamily property owners. CAMR will offer multifamily property owners no-cost property assessments to identify efficiency opportunities to help owners and their residents to save energy and reduce costs. In addition, qualified property owners will receive aid with work scope development and the contractor procurement process.

Property owners can receive financial incentives for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in both common areas and inside tenants’ units.

Eligibility Requirements

Participating properties must:

  • Consist of five (5) or more units
  • Meet affordability requirement of at least 66% of households at or below 80% of Area Median Income and be located in a Disadvantaged Community (DAC)
  • Properties located outside of a DAC may be eligible to participate with proof of rent regulatory agreement or provision of public assistance program documentation
  • Install energy improvements that equate to at least 5% in electric energy savings

In addition, project contractors must meet prevailing wage, skilled and trained workforce, and licensing requirements, as applicable.

Property owners who are able to achieve more than 5% in energy savings may also be eligible to receive incentives for the installation of solar photovoltaic systems.

For more information or to begin the CAMR process, please visit www.ladwpcamr.com/interest-form.

For information about CAMR events, please visit www.ladwpcamr.com/events.

You may also send us an email at CAMRinfo@aea.us.org or contact us at the number below to speak with a CAMR representative.

Please note:  Funding is limited and rebates are not guaranteed. This program is subject to change or termination without notice.

DISCLAIMER:
By applying for an LADWP rebate and/or program, personal information provided may be subject to public disclosure by requesting parties, pursuant to the California Public Records Act.