The Real Deal The locally based nonprofit utility has leased 20,800 square feet in Lake Merritt Plaza at 1999 Harrison Street, taking up an entire floor, the San Francisco Business Times reported. […]
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The Bond Buyer California drove the Far West bus as usual with $26.6 billion in bonds sold by issuers in the Golden State, compared to $4.52 billion from Oregon and […]
Los Altos Town Crier A crew began the process of laying a cool pavement coating on the 100 block of State Street between Third and Fourth streets in downtown Los […]
Canary Media In April, Peninsula Clean Energy unveiled one of the country’s earliest large-scale implementations of the new direct-pay provision: 1.7 megawatts of solar projects it’s developing on the rooftops of public […]
Silicon Valley Clean Energy CEO, Girish Balachandran, Announces Retirement Planned for March 2024 Recruitment for new CEO begins with board search committee Sunnyvale, Calif. – Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) CEO, […]
CleanPowerSF Signs First Standalone Battery Storage Project in Greater Bay Area The Corby project will strengthen grid reliability for 385,000 CleanPowerSF customers and State of California Battery energy storage system […]
MCE Named Top Bay Area Workplace by the SF Chronicle Wins Top Designation for Best Employee Benefits FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 23, 2023 Press Contact:Jackie Nuñez, Bilingual Communications Manager(925) 695-2124 | communications@mceCleanEnergy.org […]
Sunnyvale School District and Silicon Valley Clean Energy Team Up to Upgrade Local School With Clean, Green Heat Pumps Project reduces fossil fuels and improves air quality Sunnyvale, Calif. – The […]
Public Power Current Moody’s Investors Service in late July upgraded its investment grade credit rating to Baa1 for Silicon Valley Clean Energy, a California community choice aggregator. Moody’s issuer rating is […]
Del Mar Times Board members from San Diego’s two Community Choice Aggregation programs have been concerned about a bill pending in the state Assembly that they say could undercut the […]
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