Don't get caught in the Dark

When will the utility companies turn your power off next?

Free solar batteries keep the lights on, our rebates can cover your entire costs.

Beautiful Solar

25 Year Warranty

24/7 Outage Protection

Energy Storage

You have solar, but are you prepared for a power outage?

California depends on the state’s electric grid to provide safe, reliable energy. But the fires and winds leave you exposed to rolling blackouts.

Energy Storage

How safe is your family during a power outage

California had 6,739 fires alone in 2022. The slow fire season caused 365,895 acres to burn.
Fire zone area

Prepare yourself for the fire season

Click the map to enter your address to verify you are in the fire area.
Energy Storage

Who is your utility provider?

Check to see if you have a qualifying medical condition for free batteries. Click on your utility provider to verify.
Why Powr Partners?

Be a light in the darkness

If you are in the orange or red in the fire area map and have a qualifying medical condition you can be the light in the sea of darkness in your neighborhood during power outages.
Why Powr Partners?


Our program is government funded, fully backup and offers you great solutions for battery storage. Utility companies have been mandated to assist those in need.

Frequently Asked Questions

Smart plugs. Cutting back on energy use that is not necessary is a good place to start if you want to save energy.

LED bulbs are a great place to start if you want to significantly reduce your electric bill. There are many accessible options available today if you're ready to switch to smart bulbs. To ensure that the appropriate lights are on or off during the day, use a schedule.

When a customer needs power the most, energy from renewable sources, such as solar and wind, can be stored in batteries or battery energy storage systems (BESS).

Energy storage essentially allows electricity to be saved for a later time, when and place, when and where it is most needed. As a result, the electric grid gains efficiency and capabilities, including the ability to lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

The electric motor pumps for the fire sprinklers, exit signs, and fire alarm systems (without backup batteries) are virtually usually powered by emergency power. Elevators, doorways for the disabled, smoke evacuation fans, smoke isolation dampers, and service area outlets are examples of additional equipment that may be powered by emergency power.

A 10-kWh battery can run the essential functions of a house for at least 24 hours without AC or electric heat, and longer with careful budgeting. Battery storage can power more electrical systems and offer backup electricity for even longer when combined with solar power.