Where Peninsula Clean Energy’s Power Comes From
Peninsula Clean Energy’s experienced Power Resources team is dedicated to buying low-cost, price-stable, clean, and green sources of energy. Peninsula Clean Energy launched its service in 2016 based on a portfolio of power supplied by Direct Energy, and has added additional portfolio purchases from a variety of suppliers. Peninsula Clean Energy also works directly with developers to sign Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) for renewable energy from facilities here in California.
PCE’s Board of Directors adopted the following procurement goals:
- Design a diverse power portfolio that is greenhouse gas free.
- 100% Greenhouse gas-free by 2021
- sourced by 100% CA RPS eligible renewable energy by 2025
- create a minimum of 20 MWs of new local power by 2025
In working toward that objective, Peninsula Clean Energy has signed PPAs for the following:
|Name||Resource Type||Location||Status||Generating Capacity (MW)|
|Mustang Two||Solar||Kings County||In Development||100|
|Cuyama||Solar||Santa Barbara County||Operating||40|
|Buena Vista||Wind||Contra Costa County||Operating||38|
|Karen Avenue||Wind||Palm Springs||Operating||11.7|
|Hatchet Creek||Hydro||Shasta County||Operating||7.5|
|Roaring Creek||Hydro||Shasta County||Operating||2|
|Bidwell Ditch||Hydro||Shasta County||Operating||2|
Power Content Mailers
|Energy Resources||2018 CA Power Mix*||2018 ECOplus**||2018 ECO100**|
Biomass & Waste
|Unspecified Sources of Power***||11%||14%||0%|
*Percentages are estimated annually by the California Energy Commission based on the electricity sold to California consumers during the identified year.
**The generation data represents 2018 and is provided in the “Annual Report to the California Energy Commission: Power Source Disclosure Program.” Percentages may not total 100% due to rounding.
***“Unspecified sources” of power refers to electricity that is not traceable to a specific generating facility, such as electricity traded through open market transactions. Unspecified sources of power are typically a mix of all resource types, and may include renewables.