The California Solar Initiative (CSI), adopted by the state legislature, created the Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing (MASH) program to provide incentives for installing solar on multifamily affordable housing complexes. Landlords can apply for rebates, which are higher if the savings from the solar are shared with tenants. The Public Utility Commission reserved $108 million dollars to fund MASH programs. As of August 2013, over $28 million had been invested into 147 projects generating of 7.9 MW of solar energy. An additional $45 million is dedicated to another 175 projects that will generate more than 13 MW of solar energy.