FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Kate Kelly, Director of Public Affairs/Sonoma Clean Power email@example.com | 707.978.3468 Sonoma Clean Power Partners with Uber to Bring Incentives to EV Drivers SCP Working with Transportation Platform to Reward Low-Emission Drivers (SANTA ROSA, CA) – Sonoma Clean Power, the public electricity provider for Sonoma and Mendocino counties, is working with […]
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Residents in San Mateo County can now save thousands of dollars on electric vehicles due to a Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE) partnership with local auto dealerships. PCE has arranged for participating dealers to offer attractive savings to San Mateo County residents wishing to buy or lease select electric car models between October 1 and December […]
As soon as I read the news that Governor Brown signed SB 100, a bill requiring California to become 100-percent carbon-free and clean energy efficient by 2045, I sent a text to my friend Mark Hall. How is that possible?, I asked. Who’s going to make it happen? Hall said he’d break it all down […]
More than 160 cities and counties throughout California have chosen to participate in community choice aggregation (CCA) over the last eight years. There are 19 CCA programs operating successfully across California — from Humboldt County to Los Angeles, Placer County to Monterey Bay. Community choice is proving to be a powerful force in driving greenhouse […]
This month, the County of Santa Clara and the City of Milpitas upgraded their municipal accounts to 100% renewable energy with Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE)’s GreenPrime electricity choice. On Sept. 10, Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 100 into law which will require California to get all of its electricity from carbon-free sources by 2045. […]
Elected officials representing a diverse range of communities throughout the state are urging the California Public Utilities Commission to “put people over profits” and issue a fair and equitable decision on the Power Charge Indifference Adjustment. The PCIA is an “exit fee” charged by the state’s investor-owned utilities (IOUs) to community choice aggregation (CCA) and […]
All residents and businesses of the unincorporated area of Solano County will have a new electricity provider starting in 2020. The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted to join Marin, Napa and Contra Costa counties, as well as Benicia and 19 other cities as part of the Marin Clean Energy joint powers authority. MCE was […]
The city of San Jose is now getting on board with the global push for sustainable energy. City officials flipped the switch Wednesday to bring clean, renewable and lower-cost energy into City Hall – energy not created with greenhouse gases. “As of today, the lights in this room and the screen behind me are being […]
The Redwood Coast Energy Authority (RCEA), with support from a consortium of private companies, has submitted a lease application to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) to advance the development of an offshore wind energy project off the coast of Humboldt County, in Northern California. The 100-150 megawatt (MW) floating offshore wind farm is […]
MCE applauds the organizers of the Global Climate Action Summit and supports California in its continued climate leadership and recent goal of achieving 100% carbon-free energy. We also acknowledge the climate action leadership and partnerships of our 33 member communities and over 470,000 customers, comprised of school and sanitary districts, businesses, residents, towns, and counties. […]
The California Community Choice Association’s mission is to create a legislative and regulatory environment that supports the development and long-term sustainability of locally-run Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) electricity providers in California. We serve our members and strengthen our collective voice through education, technical guidance and regulatory and legislative advocacy.
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