Quest, a technology management company, announced plans to open a new 120,000 square foot data service delivery center in Roseville. The decision by Quest to expand to Roseville demonstrates the company's commitment to growing operations in California, and Roseville’s position as a premium location for data centers.
Roseville Electric, your community-owned electric utility, is committed to providing customers with safe and reliable power, even during inclement weather. Although power outages in Roseville are rare, sometimes the combination of wind and rain can cause tree branches to strike a power line, causing a temporary disruption in service.
Visit our storm watch page for information on what to do during a storm and if an outage should occur. While you're there, take advantage of some helpful tips to develop an emergency preparedness kit and ways to prep your home to avoid future storm related outages.
As your community-owned electric utility provider, one of our top priorities is to keep your personal and financial information safe from scams and fraudulent activity. We follow procedures that regulate how we communicate with you, take payments and manage delinquent accounts, including the following...
With a recent municipal code change adopted by the City Council, Roseville Electric is now allowing leased solar system projects and solar PPA agreements to be installed in the City of Roseville. See the Residential and Business Solar Energy Program webpages for additional information.
Solar Rebate Changes Effective January 1
Roseville Electric's solar rebate will change effective January 1.
If you are interested in taking advantage of our current rebate levels, it is important you visit our solar page at www.roseville.ca.us/rebates to learn how to reserve funds. Roseville Electric's solar rebate levels are changing for business customers too. Visit www.roseville.ca.us/business for more information.
The deadline to reserve funds at the current level is Dec. 20, 2013.
A recent theft of copper, valued at $30, will cost Roseville Electric thousands to replace.
Thieves chopped into equipment at the corner of Cirby Way and Rocky Ridge Drive between 6 a.m. and 6:30 a.m., September 25 to get to cooper wire. Cooper is stolen from utilities and taken to recyclers for cash. There are many laws in place to keep recyclers from accepting stolen materials, but there is a black market.
Ever wondered how much energy that old freezer in the garage uses? Want to know the wattage coming from your entertainment system when it’s in standby mode? Starting in October, stop by your local Roseville Public Library and check out our new Watts Your Energy Usage meter loan kit. Inside, you’ll find everything you need to measure the energy your appliances use.
Since 2007, the Roseville Energy Park has been using state-of-the-art combined cycle technology to generate approximately 40 percent of the power that Roseville residents and businesses need. Locally generated power has kept prices stable for our customers and enhanced the area’s distribution reliability.
Roseville Electric receives approximately 16 percent of its electricity from hydroelectric resources in northern California. In years with lower than average precipitation, the utility must purchase additional power in the energy market to make up for energy it did not receive. Due to the recent lower than average rainfall, utility customers will see a hydroelectric adjustment on their bills beginning July 1 and continuing through June 30, 2014. The adjustment will account for approximately 1 percent of the total energy bill. For more information please visit www.roseville.ca.us/rates or call (916) 79-POWER.
As a community-owned utility, Roseville Electric is committed to providing outstanding service to our customers. Every other year, we conduct a telephone survey and this year’s data shows 94 percent of our customers are satisfied! To those of you who were contacted, we appreciate your participation as it helps us better respond to your needs.
Roseville Electric crews put the finishing touches on the Centennial Clock earlier this week, permanently sealing the base which houses the community-owned utility's time capsules.
The time capsule holds tools, equipment, reports and other mementos that demonstrate what it was like to work at the electric utility in 2012. The capsule is slated to be reopened in 25 years - Roseville Electric's 125th anniversary.
Roseville Electric Celebrates 100 years of Public Power
Roseville Electric kicked off its 100th Anniversary Celebration with the Centennial Clock and Time Capsule Ceremony.
We'd like to thank our partners for their support: Roseville City Council, Roseville City Manager's Office, Roseville Historical Society, Roseville Public Works, Roseville Parks, Recreation and Libraries, Roseville Revitalization, Roseville Building Inspection, KB Homes, Green Acres Nursery, Chapman Monument, PBM Construction, Cagwin & Dorward, Eagle Scout Joshua Sampson, and Randy Peter's Catering.
Plant a tree - it's on us!
Roseville Electric is offering rebates of up to $50 for each qualifying shade tree you buy and plant yourself. Visit www.roseville.ca.us/shadetree or call 79-POWER (797-6937).
If you thought making your commercial property more energy efficient was too expensive... think again. There are a variety of ways to make your property more efficient and reduce your monthly utility bills.
Roseville businesses can now apply online for lighting efficiency rebates. Not only will you save money on your monthly utility bill using energy efficient lighting, but our new online application process will also save you time. Visit www.roseville.ca.us/bizrebates to learn about how to qualify then go to the form and submit it immediately. For questions, call 79-POWER (797-6937).
New federal legislation will eliminate most T12 lamps beginning July 2012. For businesses that means now is the time for you to take advantage of Roseville Electric lighting rebates to upgrade now - don't wait!
There will not be a hydroelectric surcharge collected on customer's bills this fiscal year because Roseville Electric's hydroelectric facilities received more than average precipitation.
The surcharge was created to generate additional funds needed to cover the extra costs of having to purchase electricity to make up for energy that could not be produced by dams due to lower than average precipitation levels. For information about Roseville Electric's rates, visit www.roseville.ca.us/rates