Project Experience

Scale will build and install a microgrid for the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians (Soboba) at its Soboba Casino Resort that will serve as both an economic asset for the tribe and an emergency cooling center in the event of a community-wide power outage.

Soboba’s 474,000 square foot casino, hotel, and golf course will offset its power consumption from 1.5 MW of rooftop solar and a 6 MWh energy storage system with 24/7/365 on-site and remote monitoring by Scale. 

In addition to designing the microgrid system for the facility’s specific needs, Scale’s development team secured funding from California’s Self Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) and the Direct Pay Investment Tax Credit for tribes to fund more than half of the project costs. 


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$0 down financing options and billions of dollars in federal grant money available.

We seamlessly incorporate renewable energy, energy storage, and dispatchable generation. The microgrid functions in parallel with the utility to provide energy savings. It also gives you the ability to enter island mode during grid outages to provide complete reliability and resiliency.

We provide your businesses and communities with ready-to-go energy access for the independence, resilience, and sustainability you need.


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California Case Study
California’s Public Safety Power Shut off (PSPS) program enables major utilities to turn off power during high-risk weather in order to avoid fire ignitions.
While necessary for safety, these shutdowns are detrimental to businesses. Year after year, the number of planned PSPS events throughout the state drastically increases.
Expect 5 to 10 PSPS events per year. Each event lasts 2 to 5 days.