Central Coast Community Energy Partners with Switch Is On Electrification Campaign

Central Coast Community Energy (CCCE) has announced its partnership with the statewide Switch Is On campaign, part of a unified effort to help CCCE customers and all Californians make the switch from natural-gas-powered appliances and building infrastructure to all-electric solutions.  
 
Transportation, buildings, and related energy use are the biggest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions in the state. The Switch Is On campaign not only aims to educate and raise awareness about electrification, but to help California households and businesses save money and employ qualified contractors when converting from gas-powered to all-electric appliances. Additionally, Switch Is On invites interested contractors to register with its TECH program and gain access to significant contractor rebates, incentives, and workforce development and training resources. 
 
Read more here 3cenergy.org/press_release/central-coast-community-energy-partners-with-switch-is-on-electrification-campaign/  

Post referenced from March 2022 Newsletter: https://conta.cc/3KRarkj

 Slate Solar + Storage Project Reaches Commercial Operation

One of the largest integrated solar and energy storage projects in California is now serving Central Coast Community Energy, Bay Area Rapid Transit, Silicon Valley Clean Energy, Stanford University, and the Power and Water Resources Pooling Authority. Canadian Solar’s fully-owned subsidiary, Recurrent Energy developed the Slate solar plus storage project in Kings County. The 390 solar plus 561 MWh storage project is expected to produce enough electricity to power about 126,000 households in California. Of all the Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) CCCE has signed, and among all the PPAs that are associated with new renewable energy projects, Slate is the first to reach commercial operation.  

 

View the press release here.  

Post referenced from March 2022 Newsletter: https://conta.cc/3KRarkj