FREE ENERGY PROGRAM. PG&E fire Public Safety Power Shutoffs are coming. If you know someone that relies on power to survive, give these guys a call.
This program is specifically geared to residents who rely on medical devices that require energy. If you would like additional information about how the program works or the collaboration please contact Casey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650-726-9056.
Are you prepared for the next public safety power shutoff?
Senior Coastsiders is partnering with Peninsula Clean Energy to provide qualified San Mateo residents with backup energy solutions for power shutoffs.
Rely on electricity to power a medical device
Live in a high fire-threat area OR have lost power during two or more Public Safety Power Shutoff events
- You may qualify for backup energy solutions and other resources to help you during power shutoffs, including free portable backup batteries to power your device
- Those who rent their homes may qualify for a portable battery donation
- Those who own their homes may qualify for battery storage+solar installation at substantial cost savings
- Both renters and owners may qualify for battery loans through other San Mateo County programs.
To help you determine your eligibility and register for the programs that fit your needs, email or call Senior Coastsiders:
Casey at email@example.com or 650-726-9056.
You can also sign up to be contacted by Senior Coastsiders at PenCleanEnergy.com/medical.
Sheriff’s OES just released the long-anticipated De-Energization Annex Plan
From Coastside OES Representative, Brian Molver
Sheriff’s OES Report to CEAP (the Chambers Coastside Emergency Action Program) August 7, 2020
Sheriff’s OES just released the long-anticipated De-Energization Annex Plan (aka the Public Safety Power Shutoff Plan).
This plan is a culmination of the County’s response to the October 2019 PG&E Public
Safety Power Shut-off events; post-event debriefs with County Departments, cities and other stakeholders; a departmental working group and the most up-to-date information shared with us from PG&E.
While the Plan is complete in its existing form, we are aware that PG&E is working on its own Policies and Procedures Manual that is to be finalized in the next couple of months.
Rather than wait for PG&E’s final, we wanted to provide the Plan to cities and partners now to assist in their own planning efforts.