If you have lost the home charger you received through SCP’s Drive EverGreen program as a result of the fires, SCP will replace your hardware at no cost. Please contact us for more information and to get started.
If you choose to connect your charger to SCP’s GridSavvy Community, we’ll provide an additional $150 enrollment credit.
When you use GridSavvy enabled chargers, you can earn rewards by helping Sonoma Clean Power use more renewable energy. If you choose to sign up for SCP GridSavvy, software in the charging equipment allows your charger to adjust in response to signals that help avoid using as much power when California’s electric grid is particularly dirty or expensive. That means you will be helping us move toward a cleaner grid for everyone while using a system that ensures you get the charge you need.
Take a look at your PG&E electric bill to see if the charges on the first page include “Sonoma Clean Power electric generation charges.” If they do, then you’re our customer. If not, you may be able to enroll in our service in you live in Sonoma or Mendocino Counties (not available to customers of the Cities of Ukiah and Healdsburg’s municipal electricity service). Call our toll free number to find out if you’re eligible for SCP at 1 (855) 202-2139. Customer service representatives are available to assist you 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday.
Getting charging equipment installed in a single family home with a garage is usually fairly simple. See our tips on hiring an electrician here. To participate in SCP CleanCharge, you will need to install the charging equipment within range of a wifi network.
If you park your car in a shared parking lot or on a public street, getting charging equipment installed can be more challenging and expensive. SCP knows about these challenges and is working on designing a program that helps more in these locations. For now, you can do your own research and use our incentives, but be careful because the equipment we currently incentivize may not be suitable for apartment or condo locations. Consider asking an electrician to visit your site to make recommendations on how best to install charging equipment.
Nope. You can still take advantage of our charging equipment incentive even if you don’t choose to connect it the GridSavvy Community. But you won’t be able to get the $150 enrollment credit for connecting your charger, and you won’t be helping us clean up the power grid.