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The Roseville City Council unanimously agreed to a new net meter policy for customers who install solar on their roof beginning in October 2018. The new program, Roseville Solar 2.0, changes the buyback rate for the over generation of solar power.
The proposal does not immediately affect existing solar customers. Customers who installed solar prior to October 2018 will be paid the retail buyback rate for over generation through at least 2028.
To learn more, please view the Sept. 6 City Council Meeting presentation.
|Roseville Electric Utility was recognized in March as being among the safest community-owned utilities in the northwest. Roseville Electric Utility was ranked 3rd behind Pend Oreille Public Utility District in Washington and Homer Electric Association in Alaska. |
“Safety is paramount at Roseville Electric Utility,” said Utility Director Michelle Bertolino. “Our low injury rate demonstrates our employees are committed to working safely. Creating and maintaining a safe work environment goes hand in hand with providing highly reliability energy.”
|The City of Roseville is ranked in the Top Ten for solar.|
The Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) places Roseville Electric Utility 9th nationally for having the most solar per customer in 2016. Roseville Electric Utility is the only community-owned electric power provider in the Sacramento region to be recognized by SEPA. This is the third time in the past decade that the City of Roseville has been recognized by SEPA.
|A handful of Roseville utility customers have reported receiving calls from someone claiming that they were from Roseville Electric Utility and that they were on their way to disconnect the customer's electricity due to a late payment. The caller demanded payment in the form of cash gift cards to keep the power on. This is a scam!|
Attic insulation is one of the best ways to improve the comfort and energy efficiency of your home. If you have drafty rooms, hot or cold ceilings, uneven temperatures in your home or high heating and cooling bills, you may need more insulation.
|As your community-owned utility provider, one of our top priorities is to keep your personal and financial information safe from scams and fraudulent activity. We follow procedures that regulate how we communicate with you, take payments and manage delinquent accounts, including the following...|
|As your community owned electric utility provider, we provide much more than power. We take pride knowing that Roseville Electric enhances the outstanding civic amenities we all enjoy.|
|A West Roseville resident reported this week that a salesperson came to his door selling energy efficiency audits or offering to compete with PG&E for natural gas service. |
The City of Roseville is not associated with either solicitation. The City of Roseville has no other information about the solicitations and does not endorse any such offers. However, the City advises its residents and Roseville Electric customers to be cautious and take time to research any such offers.
Additionally, every person soliciting orders for or selling goods, merchandise or services door to door is required to register with the Police Department and present a validated registration application and photo identification upon request. Residents are encouraged to call the Roseville Police Department at 774.5000 ext. 1 with any concerns about unregistered solicitors or other suspicious behavior.
|Ready to leave the gas tank behind and start plugging in your automobiles? Roseville Electric Utility, your community-owned power provider, is ready to help you energize your drive.|
Although it is tempting to landscape around ground mounted utility equipment, please remember the state requires our line crews inspect the utility equipment at least once a year. Also, in the event of an emergency or outage, our line crews need immediate access to this equipment.
|Renewable energy is a hot topic these days, particularly energy derived from solar. With this industry developing so rapidly and the increase of information, many people are confused about what is realistically obtainable and what their options are with putting a solar installation on their home or business.|
|This summer Roseville Electric began providing customized home energy reports to help you better understand your energy use.|
Our home energy report provides you with a simple to- read energy graph that compares your energy use with other residents in our community, providing you with perspective on your energy efficiency.
It will also provide you with customized recommendations on how to lower your bill while being more energy efficient. If you have any questions about the program, please call (916) 79-POWER (797-6937) or visit our web page.
|Ever wondered how much energy that old freezer in the garage uses? Want to know the wattage coming from your entertainment system when it’s in standby mode? Stop by your local Roseville Public Library and check out our Watts Your Energy Usage meter loan kit. Inside, you’ll find everything you need to measure the energy your appliances use.|
|Roseville Electric Utility wants to help you keep your home and summer bills cool. Here are five easy and low cost ways to lower your summer energy use.|
There is a lot of information out there about the efficiency of space heaters. While trying to heat your entire home with space heaters is less economical than using your HVAC, there are situations where space heaters can help you save.
With all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, family and friends visiting, and all that goes along with it, sometimes the very thing you count on to keep everyone comfortable might get overlooked; namely your home’s heating and air conditioning.
|Following the City’s recent drought declaration, Roseville Electric is suspending its Shade Tree Rebate program immediately. |
Because newly planted trees require extra irrigation for healthy root development, customers must use hundreds of extra gallons of water every month. To support our city’s mandate to customers to conserve, Roseville Electric, your community owned electric utility, has temporarily suspended the Shade Tree Rebate program effective immediately.
|Quest, a technology management company, announced plans to open a new 120,000 square foot data service delivery center in Roseville. The decision by Quest to expand to Roseville demonstrates the company's commitment to growing operations in California, and Roseville’s position as a premium location for data centers.|
|With a recent municipal code change adopted by the City Council, Roseville Electric is now allowing leased solar system projects and solar PPA agreements to be installed in the City of Roseville. See the Residential and Business Solar Energy Program webpages for additional information.|