Check out this video that shows Casa Diablo-IV (CD4) construction progress and highlights the key role this landmark renewable energy project will play for CCCE and its customers as well as California’s grid. The renewable, binary geothermal project is in Mammoth Lakes, CA. It is expected to provide 30 MW of electricity. That is enough to power 22,000 homes and offset 160,000 tons of carbon dioxide per year.
Construction is underway for an all-electric 66-unit apartment complex in the East Garrison subdivision in unincorporated Monterey County, not far from the City of Marina. CHISPA Housing will dedicate 43 apartments to families working in agriculture. The development will provide affordable housing for families under 60 percent Adjusted Median Income for Monterey County. This is the second all-electric CHISPA affordable housing project that Central Coast Community Energy has provided funding for through CCCE’s New Construction Electrification Program.