Learn how planned blackouts and new incentives in California could affect your organization.
Hundreds of thousands of PG&E customers have been affected by public safety power shutoffs that are being employed by the utility to reduce wildfire risk. PG&E and other California utilities have warned customers to expect more blackouts this year. Many are wondering if this is the new normal.
To make it easier for customers to increase their resilience and ride through power outages, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) recently increased incentives for energy storage. Qualifying facilities are eligible for incentives that make it possible to receive the economic and resiliency benefits of energy storage at no or low cost.
Tune in to this webinar to understand:
- Details of California utilities' power shutoff programs
- The backup power capabilities of energy storage
- New energy storage incentives available to thousands of California customers through the Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) Equity budget
- SGIP Equity eligibility requirements