The 2021 application period is now open. EBCE is seeking to fill five vacant and 10 alternate service area seats. If you are interested in being a Community Advisory Committee Member or Alternate, apply before 5:00 pm on Monday, 2/15/2021.Details and application
Electricity is essential for your day-to-day life. Don’t get caught without it. When the power goes off at home either unexpectedly or as the result of a planned power shutoff, EBCE’s programs can help you get prepared with clean, safe, and resilient energy systems.
Keep the lights on with EBCE’s new Resilient Home Program
Installing solar and/or battery backup systems can help you save on energy costs everyday, and prepare for power outages.
Solar and backup storage programs for residents
Benefit from energy and solar metering
EBCE’s Net Energy Metering (NEM) program provides credits and even cash back when your systems produce more energy than you use over a 12-month period.
Get free solar for lower-income homes
The statewide Disadvantaged Communities - Single Family Solar Homes program provides a FREE solar system for eligible property owners.
When backup power is essential
EBCE serves more than 10,000 Medical Baseline customers who are dependent on electricity for their medical equipment.
Working with municipal facilities
In collaboration with its local government partners, EBCE is assessing the potential for solar and/or battery backup to serve critical loads at key public facilities in Alameda County.