Solar Industry TOOLKIT
Welcome to the Solar Industry Toolkit!
Did you know that the solar industry is affected by California’s “call before you dig” law? In order to ground the solar equipment and prevent damage during a lightning strike, a grounding system consisting of one or more lightning rods is usually installed around the home. These rods need to be driven into the earth, which legally requires an excavation ticket. Find more info on this page regarding the law and how you can protect yourself.
Call Before you Dig
To find out more information on how the Area of Continual Excavation Ticket can assist you prior to any agricultural digging, download our latest Fact Sheets:
ACE AGREEMENT FORMS
- Form No. ACE Agreement 01 – Agricultural Operations (07-01-2020)
- Form No. ACE Agreement 02 – Flood Control Facilities (07-01-2020)
If the ACE does not contain a high priority subsurface installation and is more than 10 feet away from any high priority subsurface installation, then the operator or excavator may request an optional onsite meeting regarding using the Area of Continual Excavation Optional Agreement, downloadable below.
- Report a Damage
- Electronic Positive Response (EPR)
- Area of Continual Excavation (ACE)
- ACE Ticket Walkthrough Guide
- Utility Infrastructure Damage Information Sheet
- Annual Reports and Plans
- Board Policies
- Board Resolutions
- Meetings and Events
- News and Updates