Introducing Swell Energy's $500 Wildfire Security Rebate:

Wildfire risks in California are causing unprecedented, widespread power outages.

Electrical grid equipment was responsible for the most deadly wildfire in California's history. To make sure it doesn't happen again, utility company PG&E is ordering spontaneous power shutdowns. Hundreds of thousands of customers are being left in the dark.

PG&E customers are at greatest risk so far

California is ready for a serious investment in energy security technology. PG&E customers left without power feel frustrated, but they're not as helpless as they think. Energy security technology is here; it's time for Californians to reach out and grab it.

Swell Energy's $500 Wildfire Security Rebate

Swell Energy is working with Tesla to provide Powerwall energy storage to California homeowners at the risk of wildfire-related electrical outages.

You pay $0, and receive $500 toward the installation of a home battery.

This cutting-edge technology:

  • Protects your home from power failures
  • Allows for more efficient usage of energy
  • Relieves strain on the congested grid

Sick of being left in the dark? Secure your power NOW.

Take advantage of Swell Energy's $500 Wildfire Rebate, available for a limited time.

Applications are open now!

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