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Mobile Home Park Utility Upgrade Program

Mobile Home Park Utility Upgrade Program

The Mobile Home Park Utility Upgrade Program is a voluntary, three-year pilot program approved by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) that allows mobile home park (MHP) and manufactured housing communities the opportunity to replace privately owned, master-metered/sub-metered electric and gas distribution systems with direct service for MHP residents. The pilot program began in 2015 and will continue through 2017. Once the conversion takes place, residents of the mobile home park will become direct customers.


Park Owners - Managers

Those accepted into the program or placed on the waiting list have been notified. If you were accepted, we will contact you to help complete the application form and answer questions.

MHP Utility Upgrade Program – An Overview for MHP Owners
MHP Application
MHP Agreement

For more information, call 1-866-743-1648 or email

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Mobile Home Residents

If you are a resident of a mobile home park that is participating in the pilot program, we will coordinate with the park owner to meet with you to discuss the construction process and provide information about becoming a direct customer of SCE.

MHP Utility Upgrade Program – What Residents Can Expect

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Who is eligible to participate in the program?

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) will select MHPs based on risk assessment and other established prioritization factors. The CPUC has the authority and responsibility for prioritizing conversions. MHP owners whose parks are not selected should contact the CPUC directly for more information at 1-800-755-1447 or by email at or visit their website.

Who is responsible for costs involved with the program?

This program covers costs for installing new direct utility service for individual resident meters and individual mobile homes (beyond the meters).

  • We will be responsible for performing and paying for construction work from the master-meter to the individual resident meters.
  • We will also cover the majority of costs to replace current master-metered/submetered systems to individual resident mobile homes.
  • MHP owners are responsible for selecting contractors to perform work from resident meters to mobile homes. The costs for this construction will be reimbursed, but could require upfront funding by MHP owners.
  • MHP owners are also responsible for all environmental issues and remedies, ensuring cooperation from residents, all repairs on existing sub-metered systems until conversion occurs, and any other responsibilities included in the executed standard program agreement between the MHP owner and SCE.


Visor de contenido web (JSR 286)