Electric Service in the Lompoc Community
The City of Lompoc has Electrical Incentive Rates and Rebates available for businesses that create jobs and significant new electrical load. This program can help a power-conscious business save significant amounts of money.
The City's normal commercial and industrial electrical rates are already lower than those of PG&E and SCE, which means that Lompoc has a comparative advantage over other cities in the County and State, including Santa Barbara and Santa Maria.
The City's incentive programs will even further lower the cost of operation. For additional information please call 875-8246.
- To report an electric outage please call 805-875-8012 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday - Friday.
- Please call 805-736-2341 to report an electric outage before 9 a.m. and after 5 p.m. Monday - Friday, and on weekends.
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Electric Rate Information
Click here for residential and commercial electric rate information.
Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS)
What is a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS)?
During extremely hot, dry and/or windy weather conditions, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) may need to turn off power to prevent wildfires. PSPS will occur if extreme fire danger conditions threaten a portion of the electric system. This is called a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS or “de-energization”).
What does this mean for City of Lompoc residents?
Because Lompoc Electric uses PG&E transmission lines, PG&E can shut off power to the transmission lines feeding Lompoc, even if a fire is not in the area. All customers will be without power. Please note the City has no control over PG&E’s PSPS events. Lompoc Electric urges its customers to be fully prepared to respond to a PSPS. Unfortunately, Lompoc Electric will be unable to provide assistance to customers during a PSPS event.
A PSPS outage will last as long as the extreme weather conditions exist that increase the risk of wildfire, plus the amount of time it takes for power company workers to inspect and repair their equipment in affected areas. It is important that you and your family are prepared for a power outage lasting 3-5 days. Power outages can make it difficult for people to meet basic needs.
Please click on the flyers below for more information about PSPS events and how to prepare.
Please click below to sign up for Santa Barbara County – Aware and Prepare Alerts.
For additional information about PSPS events and how to prepare, please visit:
Rebate and Bill Assistance Programs
The City provides rebates to help you save energy and provides bill assistance to income qualifying customers. Please click here to be directed to the city’s Conservation page for more information about the following.
- Rebates and Conservation Programs
- City of Lompoc Electric Rate Assistance Program
- Residential Medical Discount Program
- CAC Energy Services and Home Energy Assistance Program
PV (Solar) Installation Information and Rates
Can I install a PV (solar) system in the City of Lompoc utility service area?
Yes, please review the following forms and applications for more information. For additional questions, please contact Electric staff at 805-875-8222.
For more information about installing a solar system, please visit Go Solar California. Note: All equipment installed must be listed on this website.
Application and Forms
- PV (Solar) Installation and Interconnection Application
- Interconnection Agreement for Owned Systems
- Interconnection Agreement for Leased Systems
- Customer Owned Generation Rate Schedule-G1
Building Permit Information: Please contact the Building Division at 805-875-8220 for information about the permit process.
The City of Lompoc has fulfilled its California mandated Solar Net Energy Metering obligations. However, the City still offers Schedule G-1 Customer Owned Generation - Distribution Rate to customers who install Solar PV systems. For more information, call 805-875-8222.
Energy Use Requests and Energy Benchmarking
- AB802 - Building Energy Use Data Disclosure Information
Lompoc Electric prides itself on a safe electric operation. We ask that our customers help us maintain a high level of safety. We have some tips on how you can be safe around electricity.
- Building Permit Information: Electric upgrades and generator installations may require a permit from the Building Division. Please contact the Building Division at 805-875-8220 for information about the permit process.