Agricultural businesses receiving electricity service from CCCE are on a pathway to 100% renewable power and access to significant economic and environmental benefits.
With CCCE, your farm is helping to build a cleaner and more reliable grid, improve local air quality, and support reinvestment in your own community and your own business – at a competitive cost.
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CCCE service area spans two investor-owned utility service areas. To help us provide you with the most accurate information about rates and billing, please select one of the following categories:
CCCE and its customers are on a pathway to 100% clean and renewable energy by 2030. Together, we are generating economic and environmental benefits for our Central Coast households, businesses, and communities.
Community Reinvestment Highlights
684 Electric Vehicles Purchased or Leased with CCCE Rebates
713 Electric Bikes Purchased with CCCE Rebates
456 Charging Stations Funded with CCCE Rebates
2059 All-Electric Affordable Housing Units Developed with CCCE Rebates
$5,766,409 Delivered to CCCE Customers through Energy Program Rebates
$6,105,938 In Customer Savings When Compared to SCE or PGE Rates
Clean and Renewable Energy Highlights
889 MW New Renewable Contracted For
303 MW New Renewable Storage
CCCE Service is Part of a Public Process – You’re Invited!
CCCE functions as a public agency, much like your local city council or board of supervisors. All Policy and Operations Board meetings are open to the public and provide opportunities for written and verbal comments. CCCE also formed a Community Advisory Council, which represents environmental, business, and community leaders to inform staff recommendations to CCCE boards. Decisions are made by your local elected officials with meeting agendas and supporting documents posted in advance.