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East Bay Community Energy Commercial Programs
East Bay Community Energy, also known as EBCE, is the local electricity supplier in Alameda County. EBCE provides cleaner, greener energy at competitive rates to our customers. EBCE reinvests earnings back into the community to create local green energy jobs, local programs, and clean power projects.
EBCE offers a wide range of programs for commercial customers to help them save energy, money, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCES FOR RESILIENCE
EBCE will select a vendor to install Distributed Energy Resources such as solar and battery storage in homes and businesses throughout our service territory. If you are interested in participating, EBCE will contact you with program details when the program launches. Find out more here.
Electrifying your fleet is a simple way to reduce your operational cost, and impact on local air quality. EBCE helps business customers make the transition to electric vehicles by providing the essential information and resources you need to make the switch. Learn more here.
Demand Response is an opportunity for electric customers to make money by reducing their usage when the electric grid is strained or energy prices are high. EBCE customers are eligible for many of the programs offered or administrated by PG&E. Find out more here.
BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE PILOT
To reduce peak energy procurement costs, EBCE is offering customers with existing batter energy storage systems and operators/aggregators of those systems the opportunity to participate in this pilot program. Systems that discharge power during peak energy periods will receive compensation from EBCE. Find out more here.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY DATA
EBCE has invested in a powerful database that enables administrators and implementers of energy efficiency, demand response, and energy management programs to access information that increases building upgrades in Alameda County. This data is also valuable to EBCE's local government partners who are developing greenhouse gas inventories.