All-electric awards program and directory

Showcase your electric home or gas-to-electric conversions

Have you switched from gas to electric appliances or converted your home to all-electric? If you have, we want to hear from you. Your experience can inspire and educate other residents of San Mateo County. Peninsula Clean Energy invites designers, builders, developers and owners of all-electric residential and commercial buildings to submit their projects to the All-Electric Leadership Directory. 

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The modern, all-electric home is more comfortable, energy efficient and healthier for you and the planet. By using highly efficient electric appliances for heating and cooling air, heating water, drying clothes and cooking, you won’t be combusting methane gas in the home. Instead, as a Peninsula Clean Energy customer, you’ll be using 100% carbon-free electricity.

This online directory is a reference for those who are exploring design and construction of all-electric buildings. Projects will first be vetted by Peninsula Clean Energy’s team of building experts. Directory users can search and sort projects based on factors including building location, size and type.

The online directory will be available Spring 2021. Projects will be added on an ongoing basis.

Featured projects

Projects submitted to the online directory may be selected by Peninsula Clean Energy to be featured on their website and in social media. Featured projects will be showcased through images and a short narrative.

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All-Electric Leadership Awards

We have received excellent submissions (deadline was January 15, 2021) for our All-Electric Leadership Awards and they are being evaluated by our distinguished All-Electric Leadership Awards Selection Committee.  Awards will be presented at the Sustainable San Mateo County celebration on May 14, 2021. For more information on the selection process, please see FAQs. Award categories include:

All-Electric Leader

Spotlights a residential and a commercial project that demonstrate leadership by fully electrifying all buildings loads. Submitted projects may be in design, construction, or operation. They must be operating or designed to operate with all energy loads fully electric  Projects may be commercial or residential and may include new construction or renovated public or private buildings located in San Mateo County.

All-Electric Emerging Leader

Spotlights a residential and a commercial project that demonstrate major strides towards electrification. They must demonstrate a significant transition away from methane gas and have a plan for full electrification. Projects may be in design, construction or operation. Projects may be retrofits or renovations but can be new construction only if the submitter can show that all-electric is not yet feasible. Projects may be public or private buildings and must be located in San Mateo County.