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Sacramento-region C-10 electrical contractors: join SMUD's Contractor Network

Thursday, April 6, 2023

WECA Member Contractors in the Sacramento region: SMUD is looking for C-10 electricians to join the SMUD Contractor Network

Learn more and determine your eligibility below


Content courtesy of SMUD

What is the SMUD Contractor Network?

The network connects homeowners and businesses with qualified contractors like you to install new equipment and who can apply for a SMUD rebate on their behalf.

While active, your business will be listed on our public directory here, where customers search for contractors by several criteria. The results include a one-click email tool for direct communication with the contractor. These are free qualified leads!

The SMUD Contractor Network is offered at no cost to eligible contractors and the online directory is free and open to the public.

Rebates available*

Residential - EV chargers, power-sharing devices, EV circuits and panel upgrades

Commercial - EV chargers, panel upgrade support, LED lighting and refrigeration

*Rebates are only for SMUD customers residing within SMUD's service territory.

If your office is located outside of SMUD service territory but within 40 miles of SMUD headquarters for residential contractors or within 100 miles for commercial contractors, you can still join the SMUD Contractor Network and offer rebates to SMUD customers.

Enroll to become a participating contractor

Create an account here. Once your enrollment is approved, you'll have access to monthly webinars and newsletters which provide current program info, technical training, and best practices. You'll also receive onboarding training to ensure you have everything you need to be successful in our programs.


Please contact contractorsupport@efficiencyfirstca.org or call (916) 209-5117. You can also reach the SMUD Contractor Network program manager by emailing Courtney.Brune@smud.org or calling (916) 732-5085.

*Full requirements and guidelines are outlined in the SMUD Contractor Handbooks. Contractors are responsible for knowing all requirements, current program rules and advising customers appropriately before offering rebates.