Peninsula Clean Energy is partnering with the Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) to offer San Mateo County residents at least $2,500 to install clean, safe and all-electric heat pump water heaters.
Peninsula Clean Energy has begun providing 100 percent carbon-free electricity to all of its nearly 300,000 customers, which is well ahead of California’s 2045 zero-emission power generation mandate and a critical step in helping the agency achieve its ultimate goal of providing all customers 100 percent renewable power on a 24/7 basis.
Peninsula Clean Energy has awarded grants to San Mateo County organizations and the City of South San Francisco to increase outreach particularly to low-income and other disadvantaged communities on bill savings and other benefits of clean power programs.
Northern and central coast Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs) are joining forces by forming a new Joint Powers Authority (JPA) – California Community Power. The JPA allows the CCAs to combine their buying power to procure new, cost-effective clean energy and reliability resources to continue advancing local and state climate goals.
Peninsula Clean Energy has agreed to procure 245 megawatts of power from three California wind projects, a significant supplement to a growing portfolio of solar generation that is helping the agency achieve its goal of providing reliable all-renewable, emission-free power by 2025.