Electrifying the Agricultural Sector
Agriculture is a key economic industry along the Central Coast
The agricultural sector accounts for nearly 8% of California’s total GHG emissions. Here on the Central Coast, the Ag community sprawls across much of CCCE’s service area, playing a pivotal role in regional economics as well as our region’s commitment to sustainability.
Partners in Mitigating Climate Change
Many of CCCE’s Ag customers have already taken steps to reduce the environmental impact of their operations. As a local partner in reducing GHG emissions, CCCE has identified the electrification of the Ag sector as a key opportunity and initiative for future Energy Programs.
Electrification, often referred to as “fuel switching,” has a variety of benefits for ag businesses, the surrounding communities as well as the people who work in the fields every day. Some benefits include; cleaner air for the region, more efficient technology, regional GHG reduction, and cost savings.
Ag Electrification Programs
Programs Under Development:
CCCE is excited to receive feedback from its Ag customers about what electrification projects are important to them in order to produce even more meaningful and impactful AG specific energy programs