Dear Neighbors,

According to a 2019 survey, 76% of San Mateo County residents feel climate change is not being addressed aggressively enough.*

The good news is that by working together we have steadily cut hundreds of thousands of metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions by using cleaner electricity. And this has been done while saving our residents and businesses millions of dollars through lower electric rates.

We also reinvest in programs to slice tailpipe emissions through electric vehicle incentives, and provide clean energy backup for customers most vulnerable to power outages. Peninsula Clean Energy is pleased to highlight in this Community Impact Report what we and members of our communities are doing to achieve our collective vision of offering affordable and reliable emission-free power.

Of course, there is much more to do. But if our progress so far is any indication, San Mateo County will continue to lead efforts to fight global climate change for California and the country.

And we’ll continue to save you money while we provide you cleaner and greener electricity.

Jan Pepper
CEO
Peninsula Clean Energy

*January 2019 survey of 572 respondents chosen randomly

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Dear Neighbors,

According to a 2019 survey, 76% of San Mateo County residents feel climate change is not being addressed aggressively enough.*

The good news is that by working together we have steadily cut hundreds of thousands of metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions by using cleaner electricity. And this has been done while saving our residents and businesses millions of dollars through lower electric rates.

We also reinvest in programs to slice tailpipe emissions through electric vehicle incentives, and provide clean energy backup for customers most vulnerable to power outages. Peninsula Clean Energy is pleased to highlight in this Community Impact Report what we and members of our communities are doing to achieve our collective vision of offering affordable and reliable emission-free power.

Of course, there is much more to do. But if our progress so far is any indication, San Mateo County will continue to lead efforts to fight global climate change for California and the country.

And we’ll continue to save you money while we provide you cleaner and greener electricity.

Jan Pepper
CEO
Peninsula Clean Energy

 

* January 2019 survey of 572 respondents chosen randomly

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