Tag: Peninsula Clean Energy

  • Peninsula Clean Energy signs solar agreements with 9 California cities, San Mateo County

    As one of the first public agencies nationwide to take advantage of expanded federal renewable energy incentives, Peninsula Clean Energy has reached innovative agreements with nine cities in California and San Mateo County to install solar and future battery storage on public buildings. Peninsula Clean Energy is executing 20-year power purchase agreements (PPAs) to install……

  • Eight Community Choice Aggregators teaming to form a joint power authority

    Northern and central coast Community Choice Aggregators are joining forces to Voltron a new Joint Powers Authority – 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. The CCAsRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • California CCAs have signed 6 GW of long-term clean energy deals

    The California Community Choice Association (CalCCA) announced today that Community Choice Aggregators in the state have signed long-term power purchase agreements for more than 6,000 megawatts with new-build clean energy resources. The total includes almost 5,000 megawatts in executed renewable energy power purchase agreements – an increase of 1,700 megawatts comparedRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • Eight California CCAs join up on huge long-duration storage request for offer

    Eight Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs) launched a joint Request for Offers (RFO) this week to procure up to 500 megawatts (MWs) of long- duration storage. The RFO is seeking a minimum 10-year contract for grid-charged technologies. Central Coast Community Energy, CleanPowerSF, Marin Clean Energy, Peninsula Clean Energy, Redwood Coast EnergyRead More — Solar Builder magazine

  • Sunrun signs deals with three California Community Choice Aggregators to combat PSPSs

    Sunrun has secured exclusive partnerships with three Bay Area Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs), which collectively provide power for approximately one million homes. The partnerships are with East Bay Community Energy (EBCE), which supplies power to Alameda County; Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE), which supplies power to Santa Clara County; andRead More — Solar Builder magazine