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The San Mateo County Harbor Commission voted unanimously at its June 21 meeting to adopt Peninsula Clean Energy’s ECO100 program that uses only clean and renewable energy sources. The switch would affect Pillar Point Harbor, the district’s administration office in El Granada and the Oyster Point Marina in South San Francisco. District officials say using […]
The California Public Utilities Commission has decided to review the mechanism by which Pacific Gas and Electric Co. and other investor-owned utilities are compensated when customers switch to community choice aggregators, such as Marin Clean Energy. The utilities and the community choice aggregators agree that the current mechanism for compensation is flawed. They are at […]
The San Ramon City Council is set to hold a public hearing on the city’s proposed plan to join MCE Clean Energy as a community choice energy provider at its meeting Tuesday night. In the wake of an online survey the city released a few weeks ago requesting community feedback on the plan, the council […]
At the June 13 meeting of the Antioch City Council, councilmembers declined to move forward with a proposal that would have resulted in all current Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) customers in Antioch being automatically enrolled as customers of Marin Clean Energy (MCE). As explained in the City Staff report on the agenda item, in […]
Napa County government is going Deep Green to power its many local buildings. The county already receives 50 percent of its electricity from such sources as wind, solar and biogas. Now it is joining Marin Clean Energy’s Deep Green program with 100 percent renewable energy. That’s just one more nugget tucked amid the half-billion dollar […]
You Just Saved Money on Electricity! Find Out How. Questions about your PG&E bill? When you see Peninsula Clean Energy, note this is not an additional charge. Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE) charges replace what you would have paid to PG&E for electric generation. Peninsula Clean Energy saves you money while providing cleaner energy! Watch this […]
I remember when my dad got his first “car phone.” It was bulky, required an antenna on the window and only worked once in a while. The iPhones we carry in our pockets today, made with three decades of product development, seem otherworldly by comparison. There’s a similar technology comparison playing out across California. American […]
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 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 […]
MARTINEZ, Calif. – Martinez City Council will consider tonight whether to pursue membership in Marin Clean Energy, an community choice energy program that said it can supply electricity it obtains from cleaner sources than Pacific Gas and Electric, often at a lower price. In exchange, the city would have representation on the program’s board, something […]