Power sources

Where Peninsula Clean Energy’s renewable power comes from

Peninsula Clean Energy is dedicated to buying low-cost, price-stable, clean, and green sources of energy. We are moving away from nonrenewable energy to sources such as wind and solar in order to continue to be 100% clean and to become 100% renewable by 2025. Currently our ECOplus service is over 50% renewable and our ECO100 service is 100% renewable (see Power mix for details about our power content). Below are some of our clean, renewable energy sources.

NameResource TypeLocationStatusGenerating Capacity (MW)
WrightSolarMerced CountyOperating200 MW
ShilohWindSolano CountyOperating150 MW
ChaparralSolar / StorageKern CountyIn development102 MW / 52 MW, 208 MWh
AricaSolar / StorageRiverside CountyIn developmentSolar: 100 MW
Storage: 50 MW/ 200 MWh
Mustang Two WhirlawaySolarKings CountyOperating100 MW
TumbleweedStorageKern CountyIn development75 MW / 600 MWh
Ormat Geothermal PortfolioGeothermalVarious counties in CA and NVIn Development10.9 MW to 21.2 MW
GonzagaWindMerced CountyIn development76.35 MW
Voyager Wind llWindKern CountyOperating63 MW
Buena Vista Wind Farm WindContra Costa CountyOperating38 MW
Sky River Wind RepowerWindKern CountyOperating30.2 MW
The GeysersGeothermalLake and Sonoma CountiesOperating35 MW
Heber 2GeothermalImperial CountyOperating 26 MW
Fish Lake GeothermalGeothermalEsmerelda CountyIn Development2.3 MW
Hatchet Creek HydroShasta County Operating7.5 MW
Goose Lake - EsnozSolarKern CountyOperating3.74 MW
Dos Palos Clean PowerSolarMerced CountyIn development3 MW
Roaring Creek HydroShasta County Operating2 MW
Bidwell DitchHydroShasta County Operating2 MW
CloverHydroShasta CountyOperating0.99 MW
Whitegrass No. 2GeothermalLyon, NVIn Development6 MW
Burney Creek HydroSmall Hydro Shasta CountyOperating3.447 MW
Nova Power IIIStorageRiversideIn Development50 MW
CalWind 1WindKern CountyOperating8.71 MW

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