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Posted on: August 17, 2020

Emeryville Residents Can Sign Up For a Solar Home Site Evaluation

Resilient Home

Resilient Home

Power Through. Together.

Thinking about installing solar and/or home battery energy storage but don’t know where to start or think it’s just too expensive? East Bay Community Energy’s (EBCE) new Resilient Home program is here to help!

The City of Emeryville has partnered with Alameda County’s electricity provider, EBCE, to launch a solar and battery backup program for homeowners. Resilient Home pools the power of individual participants to get more competitive pricing - with an additional incentive that provides even better savings.

EBCE has done the upfront legwork and selected an experienced installation partner, Sunrun, to make going solar and/or adding battery backup to your home simple and more affordable than ever.

Resilient Home launched July 30, 2020 and runs for a limited time. So, sign up to receive a no cost, no obligation site evaluation and learn how you can plug into the sun today, save money by storing the solar energy you produce, or storing EBCE’s clean electricity, and using it when rates are highest. And most important, your family will be prepared for potential PG&E grid outages during wildfire season, earthquakes, and other unpredictable events.

Power through, together with Resilient Home. For more information visit: www.ebce.org/resilient-home.

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