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Fed up with PG&E? Electricity Alternative Coming to Concord

CONCORD — The city has joined Marin Clean Energy, a community choice energy agency that provides solar and wind-generated electricity sources to residential, business and government customers. Concord residents will be enrolled automatically with Marin Clean Energy unless they opt out during the six-month enrollment period before the service goes live in May 2018. MCE intends to […]

Sunnyvale Mayor Hendricks Signs Climate Letter to President Trump

Sunnyvale Mayor Glenn Hendricks says he reaffirmed his city’s dedication toward battling climate change by signing a letter addressed to President Donald Trump. The letter, sent last month, is said to represent members of the Mayors National Climate Action Agenda, which counts among its members mayors from 75 cities across the country. “We write to […]

Del Mar Treads Cautiously on Community Choice Energy

Harboring a fair share of questions and concerns, Del Mar wants to look into a government-run energy alternative that would free the city from SDG&E’s long-standing monopoly. The City Council on Monday, June 5, voted unanimously to partner with three other North County cities on a feasibility study that would sort through the many uncertainties […]

City Budget Supports Community Choice Energy

SAN DIEGO – June 6, 2017 — We are pleased to see the City Council standing up for an essential piece of the Climate Action Plan in the Fiscal Year 2018 budget by voting to include $200,000 for the next phase of Community Choice Energy. We are particularly grateful for the leadership of Councilmember Gómez, […]