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PSPS Update
Customers in SCE service area may be affected by Public Safety Power shutoffs. More information is available at sce.com/psps.

Business Energy Storage Solutions

Save on Energy Storage Systems for Your Business

We understand that outages and Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) can disrupt your business, and that’s why we’re offering incentives to help you prepare. Our Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) covers a majority of the costs for qualifying businesses to install an energy storage system. By charging your system while you’re connected to the grid, your business can stay powered on when an outage or PSPS occurs.

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How Energy Storage Can Help Your Business

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Be Prepared for a PSPS

Installing an energy storage system can help prepare your business for a PSPS or other outage. A battery will use stored grid or solar energy to keep your business running when grid power is disconnected.  

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Qualify for Low-Cost Installation

You may be able to receive significant financial incentives. Qualifying businesses may have most installation costs covered, allowing your business to be prepared for the unexpected without great expense to you.  

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Safe and Supportive Process 

To protect customers during COVID-19, the installation process requires minimal in-person interaction. You can also search for approved developers online to support you through the application and installment process.

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Does my business qualify?

You may be eligible for incentives if your business:? 

  • Is located in a Tier 2 or Tier 3 fire risk area or had its electricity shut off during two or more at least two PSPS events; and 
  • Is a critical facility or critical facility or critical infrastructure provider; and
  • Provides critical services or infrastructure to qualifying communities.*

No Solar Needed: Your business does not need to have solar in order to qualify for this program.

Get More Details About Qualifying

Find out if your business qualifies with these online resources:

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How to Apply

  1. Find an approved installation vendor on the statewide SGIP Approved Developer List.
  2. Your chosen installation vendor will work directly with us on your application.?
  3. After approval, your vendor will install your energy storage system.
  4. Begin charging your new energy storage system for use during a PSPS.
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How Energy Storage Systems Work

Your energy storage system will charge either from the grid or solar while it is not in use. The amount of stored power will depend on your business’s energy usage as well as the size of your energy system. This stored energy will then keep your business powered on during an outage or a PSPS. You may also be able to take advantage of Time-Of-Use rates by charging your battery when rates are lower during the day or on weekends. 

Frequently Asked Questions

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We’re Committed to a Clean Energy Future

By using energy storage instead of traditional generators, you’re helping us reduce our reliance on fossil fuels. From supporting businesses to investing in solar and electric vehicle technology, find out how we’re working toward a carbon-free future  for California.

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Contact Us

For more information, email us at SGIPGroup@sce.com.

These programs are funded by California utility ratepayers and administered by Southern California Edison under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. Program restrictions and limitations may apply. Services may not be available in all areas. Services are offered on a first-come, first-served basis until funding is expended or the program is discontinued. Program may be modified or terminated without prior notice. California consumers are not obligated to purchase any full fee service or other service not funded by this program.

*Eligible residential customers must meet under one of the following categories: live in multi-family community deed-restricted housing or a single-family home subject to resale restrictions; be eligible for the Equity Budget; be eligible for the Medical Baseline Allowance program; have notified us of a serious illness or condition that could become life-threatening if electricity is disconnected; or rely on electric pump wells for water supplies. For more information, download the SGIP Equity and Equity Resiliency Eligibility Matrix.

**Eligibility will be determined by the SGIP Program Administrators.