The City of Farmersville is investing in their energy future today for a prosperous energy future for residents tomorrow. Partnering with Southern California Edison (SCE) and the Valley Innovative Energy Watch (VIEW), we are making meaningful, cost-effective and lasting changes to the way the City uses energy. Farmersville wants to set a positive example by showing how easy it is to save.
The City, in conjunction with help from its supporters, has become an energy savings resource for businesses, homeowners, renters and even other local governments in the Central Valley. The City of Farmersville helps provide information on Southern California Edison incentives and rebates, as well as links and contact information. We want to make sure that the information you need to save energy is right at your fingertips to make it as easy as possible.
The Cities Energy Partners:
Valley Innovative Energy Watch (VIEW) - With our Energy Champion partners, Valley Innovative Energy Watch (VIEW) is taking the lead in energy efficiency and conservation. We collaborate with Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison, Southern California Gas Company the San Joaquin Clean Energy Organization, and the local governments in Tulare County and Kings County to help our communities become more energy efficient - saving one watt at a time.
Southern California Edison (SCE) - Electricity powers our homes, our businesses, and our communities. We’ve delivered it to Southern and Central California for more than 125 years. As one of the nation’s largest electric utilities, Edison is committed to keeping electricity safe, reliable, affordable and clean today and for the future.
Resources for Savings:
Programs Offered Through SCE:
SCE eligible customers are able to increase their savings by participating in Demand Response Programs. These programs allow customers to reduce energy consumption during peak demand hours. By participating in these programs participants are taking stress off the energy grid as well putting more savings into their pockets. See some of the Demand Response Program information below.
Valley Innovative Energy Watch is funded by California utility ratepayers and administered by Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison Company and Southern California Gas Company under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. Trademarks are the property of their respective owners.