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Expanding to Los Banos

Peninsula Clean Energy is expanding to Los Banos starting in 2022, which will be our first electricity service to California’s Central Valley. Why are we

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Electricity bill too high?

Many of our customers are concerned about their electricity bills this winter. We hope these replies to questions we have been hearing will help you better understand your rates, programs you may qualify for and actions you can take to manage electricity costs.

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Your water heater is warming the planet

A big contributor to climate change comes from right inside your home.

A growing body of research is proving that water heaters are doing far more than just warming your showers.

Residential appliances contribute 66 percent of heat-trapping natural gas emissions from buildings in San Mateo County. Of that, the use of furnaces and water heaters are the leading sources.

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Meet our Citizens Advisory Committee

Meet our Citizens Advisory Committee
In addition to a Board of Directors comprised of elected officials, Peninsula Clean Energy is advised by a group of highly engaged community liaisons through our Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC). Established in 2017, members include environmental advocates, energy professionals, labor organizers, teachers and youth leaders, and other active community leaders. The CAC has been integral to Peninsula Clean Energy since its launch and gives the community a voice in its choice of electricity services, clean energy resource investments, and energy programs.

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Free or low-cost backup batteries for medical devices

The initial offerings include free or low-cost batteries to help residents who live in high fire-threat areas power their medical devices during outages. Additional special offers for all San Mateo County resident to install solar+battery storage systems are expected to begin in August.

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50 Years of Earth Day

As we mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we are inspired by those who led the environmental movement to make the air we breathe and the water we drink cleaner and safer.

Visionaries such as former Peninsula Congressman Pete McCloskey led a bipartisan call to action to clean up our environment, resulting in the formation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – signed into existence by President Richard Nixon in December 1970 – just eight months after the inaugural Earth Day.

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