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
As a public agency that serves our local communities, we strongly believe that everyone should have access to affordable clean energy.
To increase the adoption of solar, the statewide Disadvantaged Communities - Single Family Solar Homes (DAC-SASH) offers affordable solar to EBCE residential customers.
How it works
EBCE customers may be eligible for a FREE solar system through Disadvantaged Communities - Single Family Solar Homes (DAC-SASH).
DAC-SASH is implemented by GRID Alternatives, a local community-based organization.
To qualify, homeowners must:
Be eligible for CARE or FERA; and
Live in a CalEnviroScreen designated disadvantaged community (top 25%)
Complete the form below to see if you're eligible for a FREE solar system through the DAC-SASH program.
More Solar and Storage Programs for Residents
Keep the lights on with solar and storage
Prepare for power outages with Alameda County’s new residential solar and battery backup program, Resilient Home.
Save with solar and net 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.
When backup power is essential
EBCE serves more than 10,000 Medical Baseline customers who are dependent on electricity for their medical equipment.