From San Francisco to San Diego, California represents a top-five world-economy with lots of sunshine, coastline, and clean-energy ambitions. Under Senate Bill 100 (SB 100)—a historic piece of legislation mandating 100% renewable energy by 2045—California’s goals will require innovation, commitment, and accountability.
Enel X offers California’s commercial and industrial (C&I) customers a broad portfolio of advanced energy solutions to not only comply with the demands of SB 100, but to thrive under them.
First, Enel X helps organizations tap the power of the sun with solar-plus-storage solutions subsidized under the Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP), reducing the cost of on-site renewable generation through lucrative rebates. Next, demand response programs in PG&E and Southern California Edison provide additional revenue streams for C&I organizations while supporting grid reliability and helping prevent blackouts. On top of that, Enel X energy advisors help businesses apply for competitive retail supply via the Direct Access program while helping integrate renewables into your supply mix.
Whether you are a commercial property owner, academic institution, hospital or manufacturer, Enel X has the insights, experience, and customer focus to unlock bill savings and new revenue-generating energy opportunities for your organization.
All You Need to Know About California C&I Energy Storage
Today’s energy storage systems, including increasingly popular solar-plus-storage options, provide access to lucrative grid programs and an agile, sustainable way to reduce energy costs. Enel X can help you make it happen.
10 Rules for Renewable Energy Purchases
Large-scale renewable energy purchases present myriad risks and benefits. Enel X makes it easy for you to make the right renewable energy decisions for your business.
Northern California Businesses Spend Less, Earn More on Energy with Enel X
With demand response, Enel X has helped hundreds of Northern California businesses and institutions save on energy costs, earn revenue, and mitigate carbon emissions, all while supporting the grid.
Eastern Municipal Water District
Learn how one of the largest water providers in Southern California earns annual payments of ~$100,000 by participating in demand response, lowering its annual energy costs while helping its regional electricity provider.