We offer programs and rebates to help you prepare for emergencies, such as earthquakes, wildfires or outages, including Public Safety Power Shutoffs. Explore these tools, resources and programs that tap into the latest technology and services.
2-1-1 is a free, confidential service that connects you to community assistance programs and referrals for emergency preparedness, food pantries/meal delivery, transportation, public assistance and more, should you require additional assistance due to a condition that limits your ability to act during a PSPS event. 2-1-1 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Click here to learn more, call 2-1-1, or text “PSPS” to 211211.
Customers experiencing an extended outage can take advantage of special rates at participating hotels. Click the link below to see a list of participating hotels and to book your stay.
You may qualify for a free home solar system from our partner, GRID Alternatives. Find out if the Disadvantaged Communities - Single-family Solar Homes (DAC-SASH) program, a state of California program for low- or fixed-income families living in specific neighborhoods, can help you.
If you live in a high fire risk area and rely on critical, life-sustaining medical equipment, you may be eligible to receive a portable backup battery solution at no cost to you.
A portable power station can help power small devices and household appliances for a limited time to help you be more resilient during an emergency. Beginning September 1, 2022, if you purchase qualifying models and live in an area designated as a Tier 2 or Tier 3 high fire risk area, you could receive a $150 rebate.
A portable generator can help power large household appliances and devices such as refrigerators, lighting, water pumps and garage doors during an emergency. Beginning September 1, 2022, if you purchase a qualifying model, you could receive a $200 rebate (or a $600 rebate for income qualified or medical baseline customers) if you live in an area designated as a Tier 2 or Tier 3 high fire risk area.
If you depend on electrically-powered medical equipment, plan to have a backup power source in case of a power outage. You may be eligible for SCE’s Medical Baseline program. Learn about the program and how to apply at sce.com/medicalbaseline.
Our Self Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) offers a range of rebates and incentives to eligible residential and business customers who want to generate their own power. If you’re a customer living in a high fire risk area, you can also take advantage of available battery storage incentives.
Microgrids are one way for businesses to continue operating when power outages or PSPS events occur. A microgrid is a localized energy grid that can connect and disconnect from the larger grid when needed. By working with a developer, you can find a microgrid solution that works for your needs.
When there are extreme and potentially dangerous weather conditions, we may need to call a Public Safety Power Shutoff. Community Resource Centers and Community Crew Vehicles may be available for customers in affected areas. These resources will help customers get updated outage information, sign up for alerts, update their contact information and power up their personal mobile devices. Customers will also have access to water and light snacks, and where available, access to restrooms and Wi-Fi. Safe physical distancing practices will be observed.
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