The California grid is in trouble...

Outages have increased 4x in the last few years.

The grid is 80-year-old technology that can't be updated without severely disrupting California's economy.

The U.S. grid is considered to be the "largest machine on earth." Unfortunately, because of its scale and indispensability to the U.S. economy, it has been nearly impossible to update and repair––though a large portion of it is over half a century old.

The State of California will pay you $7,500 to make your home independent from the grid.

The state of California has created the Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP), which gives homeowners a cash rebate for installing technologies like a home battery that reduce strain on the power grid. The funds become available in mid-January and will be distributed on a case-by-case basis until the funds have been depleted.

Last year the funds were gobbled up within a month almost entirely by large businesses and energy companies. This year the state has partitioned the funds, reserving a large portion for individual homeowners.

Why? A home battery protects your home while reducing strain on the grid.

A home battery acts like a buffer between the grid and a home. When the grid goes out or is under too much strain, the battery will turn a home into an "energy island" separating it from the grid.

This makes your home immune to power outages and surges, while helping to reduce strain on the grid during high demand times. It's a win-win for homeowners and utility companies alike.

The incentive has been poorly publicized and is being gobbled up by larger corporations. So apply now! is the only place individual homeowners can can apply online. It takes just a few minutes and you'll have no obligation to move forward.

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