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RCEA Events

RCEA’s RePower Hour is our series of lectures and presentations, both online and in person, that answer Humboldt County’s critical energy questions.

We are excited to participate in live events again throughout the county. Please join us at any of the events below and check back often, we’ll be adding more.

Heat Pump Workshop for Space and Water Heating

Saturday, March 9th, 2024 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at D Street Neighborhood Center, 1301 D Street in Arcata

There will be plenty of parking. 

RCEA is holding two expert presentations on heat pump space and water heating. Learn how heat pumps work, what the benefits are, about ducted and ductless systems, what various kinds of systems are, and what’s involved in installing and maintaining them. There will be plenty of time for Q&A and a chance to talk with local heat pump contractors. Attendees will learn about general federal, state, and local rebates and incentives that are available. 

Schedule for the day: 

  • 8:30 Meet local heat pump contractors & enjoy refreshments
  • 9:00-10:30 Presentation 1 – Heat Pump Space Heaters & Q&A
  • 10:30-11:00 Refreshments and time with local contractors, our expert instructor Dan Perunko, and RCEA staff
  • 11:00-12:15 Presentation 2 – Heat Pump Water Heaters & Q&A
  • 12:15-1:00 More time with local contractors, instructor Dan Perunko, and RCEA staff

RSVPs are encouraged but not required by emailing info@RedwoodEnergy.org.

PDF Flyer for download/print

PAST EVENTS

Contractor & Vendor Open House

Contractors and vendors dropped in between 7:30 and 11:00 a.m. on October 25th. 

RCEA hosted an Open House where contractors and vendors dropped in any time between 7:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. on October 25 to have breakfast and chat with RCEA’s Energy Advisors at RCEA’s office, located at 633 3rd St. in Eureka.

  • Learned about RCEA’s Heat Pump Rebates for Water Heating as well as other Equipment Rebates. 
  • To further encourage electrification of appliances, RCEA increased rebates and now offers a residential main panel upsize rebates. 
  • RCEA is now a GoGreen Financing project developer and can support your customers in securing financing. 
  • Contractors and vendors brought their questions!

Enroll in RCEA’s Contractor and Vendor Network page and be listed on our website. 

Contact Shelly at 707.269.1700 x322 or SReider@RedwoodEnergy.org

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Demand Response Webinar

Managing energy usage and saving or earning incentives for residents and businesses

August 16, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Zoom or

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82763306573

RCEA presented a webinar on Demand Response programs on Wednesday, August 16, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Zoom for residents and businesses of Humboldt County. Find more information about the Demand Response providers on RCEA’s Referral List, including CPower, Enersponse, and Olivine, and find a provider that best fit your needs.

Benefits of Demand Response

  • Save money or earn incentives or credits on your energy bills by reducing your energy usage when called upon.
  • Help the environment by reducing energy use, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Help with grid reliability by responding to real-time demand response calls by reducing energy, which relieves grid stress and minimizes the risk of blackouts or disruptions.
  • Join a community of individuals actively working towards a more efficient and resilient energy system.

Please visit RCEA’s Demand Response page for more information.

Flyer PDF for download/print

Medium-Duty/Heavy-Duty Fleet Operators Workshop

August 17, 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Zoom or

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82936420083

RCEA hosted a workshop for medium-duty and heavy-duty fleet operators on Thursday, August 17, from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the Jefferson Community Center, 1000 B Street in Eureka. This event was geared toward both public and private sector fleet operators and had in-person and Zoom attendees.

RCEA staff discussed the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) Advanced Clean Fleet Regulation and shared resources for fleet operators. There was time for fleet operators to give feedback and they collaborated with local agency staff on CARB mandates.

According to CARB, the transportation sector is the state’s most substantial, single contributor of released greenhouse gases. The Advanced Clean Fleet regulation is part of CARB’s overall approach to accelerate a large-scale transition to zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty vehicles.

For more information about this topic, call Program Manager, Mike Avcollie at (707) 259-1700, ext. 353.

Humboldt's Electric Future

RCEA held two public workshops titled ‘Humboldt’s Electric Future’ to gather public input for important decisions. The first was in-person Monday, June 5 at the Jefferson Community Center, 1000 B St in Eureka from 6 to 8 p.m. The second workshop was online via zoom, from 3 to 5 p.m. on Thursday, June 8.

  • Which clean and renewable resources should we maximize in our power portfolio?
  • How important is it that our clean and renewable energy come from local sources?
  • How should we balance the community’s priorities, such as clean energy, local economic development, and low utility rates?

Please visit Humboldt’s Electric Future page for complete details.

Redwood Coast Energy Authority is celebrating 20 Years!

We’ve been developing and implementing sustainable energy initiatives that reduce energy demand, increase energy efficiency, and advance the use of clean, efficient and renewable resources available in the region for 20 years now.

April 28 at the Mad River Brewery & Taproom in Blue Lake.

We marked this milestone with the Yurok Tribe’s Low & Slow BBQ, special guests, and activities.

GoGreen Financing Workshop
for Contractors

Provide competitive financing to your customers to win more bids and deepen project scopes!

Tuesday, April 18

Learn more about how GoGreen Financing can benefit you and your customers!

Administered by the State of California, GoGreen Financing puts energy efficiency upgrades within reach with attractive rates and terms and no property liens. With the GoGreen Home and GoGreen Business programs, California homeowners, renters, and small businesses can finance upgrades to their properties with energy efficient heating and cooling systems, insulation, new windows, ENERGY STAR appliances and more.

To learn more about GoGreen Financing, visit RCEA’s GoGreen pages:

flyer for RCEA's heat pump workshop on Saturday, Jan. 21

Heat Pump Workshop

for Space and Water Heating for homeowners and businesses

January 21, at the Wharfinger Building in Eureka

RCEA held two separate expert presentations on heat pump space and water heating. Participants learned how heat pumps work, about ducted and ductless systems, what the various kinds of systems are, and what’s involved in installing and maintaining them. There was plenty of time for Q&A and a chance to talk with local heat pump contractors. This workshop was for the public and there is NO COST to attend.

  • Learned about generous federal, state, and local rebates and incentives.
  • Enjoyed refreshments and a beautiful view of Humboldt Bay from the Wharfinger.

Instructor Dan Perunko is the co-founder of Balance Point Home Performance where he provides consulting, design, installation, and troubleshooting services for advanced HVAC systems. Dan also teaches courses for other contractors and designers on how to improve the performance of their building and mechanical systems. Visit balancepointhp.com for more information.

Flyer PDF for download/print (3MB)

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RCEA Resource Day in Hoopa

RCEA was at the Hoopa Shopping Center next to Food for People to chat with local customers on November 22.

Ask us:

  • How to read your bill
  • Understand your energy usage

Learn how:

  • To reduce your bill
  • To take advantage of rebates and incentives
  • RCEA’s customers can pick up or sign up for a no-cost energy efficiency kit

12500 State Hwy 96. Please call (707) 269-1700 if you have any questions. Here is the flyer.

Contractor and Vendor Open House

Contractors and vendors stopped by on Oct. 26 for breakfast and to chat with RCEA Energy Advisors about RCEA’s program offerings.

Learn how to sell more projects by reducing your customer’s project costs with RCEA’s rebates and incentives. Information packets will be provided.

RCEA has more rebates and incentives available than ever before including large incentives to replace natural gas water heaters or space heating with heat pump units. Come learn how to make the most of this new technology.

Enroll in RCEA’s Contractor & Vendor Network to reach more customers.

Contact Shelly at (707) 269-1700 ext 322 or SReider@RedwoodEnergy.org
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RCEA Hosted the Arcata Chamber of Commerce First Thursday Mixer

RCEA and North Story Wines / Wrangletown Cider are hosting the Arcata Chamber of Commerce’s First Thursday Mixer on Oct. 6 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm.
This is an in-person community event with finger food, fine wine and cider, live music, games, give-aways, “buck-a-clucks”, valuable business services, and much more. Learn what RCEA has been up to also meet the Chamber’s brand new Executive Director, Anisa Escobedo.
Wild Abandon will play a solo set at 5:30 during the mixer, and then the Compost Mountain Boys will keep the party going from 7:00-9:00 pm.
955 I Street, Arcata – Next to Salt restaurant and across from Hensels Hardware
Grand opening invitation for RCEA's Redwood Coast Airport Microgrid

The Redwood Coast Airport Microgrid

Grand Opening Celebration

RCEA, along with local and state leaders, organizations, partners, and the public, came together on June 22 to commemorate the successful operation of an extraordinarily collaborative and innovative project in Humboldt County – California’s first 100% renewable energy, front-of-the-meter, multi-customer microgrid.
The video of the speaker event can be viewed HERE
Details about the microgrid can be found on RCEA’s Redwood Coast Airport Microgrid page.

Solar Backup Unit for Humboldt County Fire Agencies

Join us for the delivery of the trailer

RCEA is facilitating the delivery of a resilient solar plus battery storage trailer on Saturday, June 11, at 1:00 PM for a one-year assignment to Humboldt County.
The Southern Humboldt Fire Chief Association will utilize the trailer for emergency response for the 17 local fire agencies in the region. The noiseless portable command center will provide fire fighters with experience using a solar and battery clean energy trailer.

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The trailer will be delivered to the Southern Humboldt Fire Chief Association at Schroders Mill at 6712 Briceland Thorn Road in Garberville. Eric Youngren, VP Product Development at New Use Energy will be conducting mobile solar systems training to local fire fighters on Saturday the 11th at 1:00 p.m. during their scheduled training.
This leading-edge technology trailer packs a big energy punch in a quiet, small, easy-to-tow package. It features a powerful inverter and battery system with the innovative SunWing and Charge lightweight solar tarp panel platforms. The system can provide power for communications equipment, cooling equipment onboard, lighting, IT devices and command vehicles.
Captain Richard Birt, who conducted local first-responder trainings in April 2022 on how to deal with fires for solar and batteries, worked with his non-profit Empowered by Light to arrange for Humboldt County to have a one-year assignment of the SunBase multi-purpose mobile solar trailer with battery storage. The donated trailer was built by New Use Energy with donations from Schneider Electric (inverters), Simpliphi (battery) and Empowered by Light. The solar output will be 2.5 kilowatts and will have a significant run time of 23 kilowatt hours with premium California-made Simpliphi batteries. The 110- and 220-volt outputs via four quad outlets on the outside of the trailer and two outlets on the inside. It can store 4,000 lbs. of equipment and includes a refrigerator. To protect against heat exhaustion, the trailer is able to power a 6-kilowatt air conditioner for four hours. It has the capacity to power laptops, computers, additional refrigerators and could power 1,000 cell phones during the day.
For more information, please contact the Redwood Coast Energy Authority Program Specialist, Marianne Bithell, at (707) 382-2014 or mbithell@redwoodenergy.org.

Certify & Amplify Virtual Workshop with MCE and the CPUC

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Register now for this free webinar to learn how to access California’s multimillion-dollar utility contracting Clearinghouse

Marin Clean Energy’s (MCE) 4th Annual Certify & Amplify Workshop will help small and diverse businesses throughout the state certify in the California Public Utilities Commission’s (CPUC) Supplier Diversity program and amplify business opportunities. RCEA and MCE Certify & Amplify workshops are geared towards helping businesses access statewide opportunities, so this workshop can help you even if your business is not located in Marin.

This year MCE will also have a speaker focusing specifically on how to get certified as a small business.

Haz clic aquí para aprender más del evento en español.

Solar Microgrids with Matthew Marshall, Executive Director of the RCEA

350 Humboldt presents Matthew Marshall, executive director of the RCEA, in a Zoom presentation on Monday, April 4, at 7 p.m. Matthew will discuss design and deployment of solar microgrids.

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Matthew Marshall has served as Executive Director of RCEA since 2010, during which time the organization has expanded into the areas of alternative transportation vehicles and fuels, community scale renewable energy, and Community Choice Aggregation.

Co-sponsors are EPIC, Sierra Club and HUUF Climate Action Campaign.

For details and to RSVP:

https://actionnetwork.org/events/solar-microgrids-with-matthew-marshall-executive-director-of-the-rcea

Solar & Battery First Responder Training

The RCEA hosted a training for Humboldt County’s first responders to effectively respond to fires at homes and businesses that have solar panels and battery storage installed. 

2022 Reach Codes Newcomers Webinar Series

The Redwood Coast Energy Authority would like you to know about a free upcoming webinar series on the adoption of Reach Codes for our local jurisdictions.

Reserve your space now!

The one-and-a-half-hour webinars will be presented over the next few months. Anyone that wants to learn more about reach codes is welcome.

A collaborative effort by the Statewide Reach Codes ProgramBayRENBuilding Decarbonization Coalition and the California Climate and Energy Collaborative (CCEC), this webinar series helps reach code newcomers (and anyone who wants to learn more about reach codes) gain a greater understanding of the options, resources and timeframes involved. Sessions are timed for jurisdiction staff who are exploring reach code adoption in alignment with the new statewide 2022 Building Energy Code, effective January 1, 2023. This is a 5-session webinar series.

2021 Past events:

Run-of-the-River
Hydroelectric Power Webinar
Recording:

The North Coast’s Untapped Potential

Two sessions were offered on Tuesday, December 7, 2021, 10-11 a.m. with a repeat at 5:30 p.m.

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This was an online presentation by RCEA consultant Michael Furniss about the potential of small-scale, run-of-the-river hydroelectric power for the North Coast.

RCEA is launching a regional effort to facilitate the development of small hydroelectric projects “done right”, and we are ready to discuss any questions you may have, such as:

  • Why is hydropower needed when solar is now so widely available and inexpensive?
  • How will fish be protected if you are diverting water from streams to make electricity?
  • Won’t the development of watersheds cause impacts to water and the ecosystem?
  • What are the Best Practices for hydropower development?
  • For systems that cannot be feasibly connected to the grid, how will this project help?
  • How will landowners and investors be incentivized to develop small hydropower?
  • Why hasn’t more hydropower been developed so far?
  • What does RCEA expect to get from this effort?
  • How does small hydro fit into RCEA’s power portfolio?

RCEA's Certify & Amplify Virtual Workshop

Connect Your Business to California’s Contracting Clearinghouse

Small diverse businesses who certify have special access to multimillion $ contract opportunities with utilities, large and small, across the state.

The Redwood Coast Energy Authority hosted a webinar to introduce local businesses to the benefits and opportunities available through the California Public Utilities Commission’s (CPUC)  Supplier Diversity program.

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If you are a small diverse business owner, we want to help you certify in the CPUC Supplier Diversity program and amplify your business opportunities throughout the state. In this webinar, you will learn about the benefits and opportunities available through this certification and how to access California’s multimillion-dollar utility contracting clearinghouse.

Commonly referred to as “Supplier Diversity,” General Order (GO) 156 is a statewide program that encourages utilities to prioritize contracts and subcontracts from businesses that meet diversity qualifications. To qualify, businesses must be 51% woman-owned; minority-owned; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT)-owned; or disabled veteran-owned enterprises.

After being certified as a diverse supplier, qualified businesses are listed in the CPUC’s Clearinghouse, which utilities can then access for their contracting needs and to meet their contracting quotas.

The COVID-19 pandemic has squeezed our local businesses into even more competitive environments and tighter margins, making Supplier Diversity certification another way to get local businesses noticed and ensure that they stand out among the competition.

RCEA wants to make sure that businesses in our communities are aware of this program, know how to qualify for the Clearinghouse, and get their questions answered by our guest speakers from the CPUC, Pacific Gas & Electric, and a local business like themselves.

When diverse community businesses thrive, we all thrive.

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Energy Resilience Webinars - Solar, Net Energy Metering and Battery Storage Basics

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Summer 2021 Solar and Net Energy Metering Webinar

RCEA is dedicated to supporting customers who wish to generate their own renewable energy and boost their energy independence. Billing and generation credits were explained by RCEA Account Services Manager, Mahayla Slackerelli. Both webinars included time in the end for questions.

Links to the NEM webinar materials:


Battery Storage Basics Webinar

One week after our Net Energy Metering webinar – energy storage options for your home or business.

RCEA’s Project Manager Mike Avcollie presented along with Kyle Hass, Senior Program Manager at Swell Energy. Swell is working with RCEA to develop a local “Community Grid” program where customers receive a payment in exchange for scheduling a portion of their battery to be shared with the grid.

Learn about battery basics, how solar systems can be paired with batteries, and how to begin investing in a battery storage system. Economic, environmental, and resilience benefits will be covered. Both webinars included time for questions.

If you have questions about batteries or the RCEA Community Grid Program, you can email Mike and Kyle directly:


Links to Battery Basics materials:

Heat Pump Best Practices Technical Webinar

May 2021

Presented by Dan Perunko from Balance Point Home Performance

  • Focused for contractors, inspectors, architects, and engineers
  • Valuable information for residential, commercial and multi-family applications
  • Outline of proper installation of refrigerants and correct sizing of units
  • Common challenges encountered by contractors and suggested solutions

For more details email Marianne Bithell at mbithell@RedwoodEnergy.org

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Q&A for RCEA's Electic Vehicle Rebate

February 2021

Redwood Coast Energy Authority hosted a “Live Q&A” Facebook event to answer questions about RCEA’s Electric Vehicle rebate program. The Q&A is still on RCEA’s Facebook page.

Rebate funds are still available for your new EV; 50% of whatever your vehicle qualifies for from the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project. The rebate program, which is the first of its kind in Humboldt County, will run until funds run out.

The rebate is funded by RCEA’s Community Choice Energy program and aims to decrease the cost of a new EV and make them more accessible to RCEA customers.

Energy Month Panel Discussions

Hosted by the Redwood Coast Energy Authority

In recognition of energy month and in response to public concerns about recent local and state energy issues, RCEA hosted two evening panel discussions.

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October 2020

The transition to increased use of renewable energy has progressed greatly in recent years, but at the same time, we are seeing rapid changes to our climate and new challenges to our energy distribution systems. How are these phenomena connected? What are the causes of the rolling blackouts and PSPS events, and what does the future of energy look like? What is the role of RCEA and community choice energy programs in all of this? How will RCEA’s renewable energy projects and strategic planning help Humboldt County become more resilient and stable as the state of California phases out its aging gas infrastructure and nuclear power plants?

Session one, “Renewable and Doable: California Rises to the Clean Energy Challenge”

RECORDING of the 1st Webinar

Guest panelists will include some of our state’s top authorities:

  • Karen Douglas, Commissioner, California Energy Commission
  • Beth Vaughan, Executive Director of the California Community Choice Association
  • Matthew Marshall, Executive Director at RCEA

Session two, Energy Reliability, Resilience, and Innovation in Humboldt County”

RECORDING of the 2nd Webinar

This segment will discuss Humboldt County projects, programs, and leadership with:

  • Jana Ganion, Sustainability and Government Affairs Director at the Blue Lake Rancheria
  • Jon Fortune, Senior Director at Swell Energy
  • Jim Zoellick, Principal Engineer, Schatz Energy Research Center
  • Richard Engel, Director of Power Resources at RCEA

Mahayla Slackerelli, Account Services Manager, and Jocelyn Gwynn, Power Resources Manager, moderated the discussions.

Email outreach@redwoodenegy.org or call (707) 382-7110 if you have questions.

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Turbines in the Barrow Offshore Wind project off Walney Island in the Irish Sea.

Exploring the Feasibility of Offshore Wind Energy for the California North Coast

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This was a five-part webinar series by the Schatz Energy Research Center. Details and captioned recordings can be found at schatzcenter.org/wind

Topics included energy generation and transmission, local economic and job development, port and coastal infrastructure, ecological and geological environmental considerations, and community perspectives on regional impacts and opportunities. There was a moderated panel discussion and a community conversation after each presentation.

Schedule of topics

  • Monday, September 14, 2020: Energy Production and Delivery, and Economic Development
  • Monday, September 21, 2020: Ecological and Geological Environment
  • Monday, September 28, 2020: Port and Coastal Infrastructure
  • Monday, October 5, 2020: Community Perspectives on Regional Impacts and Opportunities
  • Monday, October 12, 2020: Reflections and Next Steps

If you’re interested in receiving updates on Schatz’s offshore wind research, including newly released reports and upcoming events, please send an email to windstudies@schatzcenter.org.

Aerial view of Humboldt County Microgrid

Redwood Coast Airport Microgrid — Advancing a resilient and clean energy future

A recording and slide show of the presentation can be found on the Clean Coalition Website.

Electric vehicle webinar flyer for August 26 2020

Electric Vehicles 101 Webinar

An online presentation on the benefits of buying an EV and what incentives are available


A recording and slide show can be found on our Advanced Transportation/Electric Vehicle page

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RCEA Transportation Specialist Lee Valenzuela spoke about the different types of electric vehicles, financial incentives and assistance, consumer benefits, environmental benefits, fuel and maintenance savings, and charging options.

RCEA’s Transportation Program supports the use of low-carbon fuel vehicles in Humboldt County by planning, managing, and implementing zero-emission vehicle infrastructure. RCEA also provides information, education, and incentives to encourage local residents, businesses, and public agencies to adopt low-carbon fuel vehicles.

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Net Energy Metering Webinar

The Redwood Coast Energy Authority invites the community to a webinar about home and business solar electricity systems and Net Energy Metering. RCEA is dedicated to supporting customers who wish to generate their own renewable energy and boost their energy independence.

In this webinar, the Redwood Coast Energy Authority staff Mahayla Slackerelli, Account Services Manager, and Mike Avcollie, Project Manager, focus on the first steps to installing solar, and RCEA’s Net Energy Metering (NEM) Program. Billing and generation credits will be explained. Current customers should have their bills handy.

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POSTPONED - Electric Bike Public Workshop

Martch 2020

In light of recent developments surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19), Redwood Coast Energy Authority has decided to postpone the E-Bike Workshop. RCEA believes it to be in the best interest of the community to take proactive measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Public safety is our top priority. We want to ensure the safety and well-being of our event staff, participants, and community members. RCEA will also be suspending all other RePower Hour events until further notice. Updates will be provided regarding the event when more information becomes available. Thank you for your understanding.

Valentines Day Energy Efficiency Kit invitation

Valentine's Day Energy Efficiency Open House

February 2020

Stop by RCEA’s office on Valentine’s Day for a FREE Energy Efficiency Kit for your home. Energy Advisors would *LOVE* to discuss which items would be most useful in your home. The Kits, which are valued up to $75, may include LED light bulbs, smart power strips, showerheads, weather stripping, and more.

Are you interested in reducing your energy bill? Looking for advice on appliance upgrades? Planning major investments in your home’s comfort and efficiency? Want to learn about electric rate schedule options including 100% renewable energy? Do you have questions about electric vehicle ownership or charging? Our professional Energy Advisors are here for you. Be sure to ask about income-qualified services, financing options, rebates, and tax incentives.

Battery Storage Basics workshop invitation

Battery Storage Basics Round 2

February 2020

Due to popular demand, we are repeating our “Battery Storage Basics” presentation at the Wharfinger Building, 1 Marina Way, Eureka. (new location). There will be additional time and space for Q&A and visiting the vendors.

Since the recent Public Safety Power Shutoffs, Humboldt County residents have been asking how they can make their homes and businesses more energy resilient, how they can utilize the electricity from their solar panels when the grid is down, how vehicle-to-home storage solutions work, and where to start when investing in a battery storage system. The Redwood Coast Energy Authority will again address these questions at a second public workshop on battery storage systems.

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Battery Storage Basics - Building resilience in Humboldt County

February 2020

Since the recent Public Safety Power Shutoffs, Humboldt County residents have been asking how they can make their homes and businesses more energy resilient, how they can utilize the electricity from their solar panels when the grid is down, how vehicle to home storage solutions work, and where to start when investing in a battery storage system.

The Redwood Coast Energy Authority (RCEA) will address these questions at a public workshop on battery storage systems upstairs in room 203 at the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, 921 Waterfront Dr., Eureka.

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