3CE’s Clean Energy Heroes

We commend our local heroes going above and beyond and trailblazing clean energy and sustainability efforts. Each month we choose a business, organization or resident and share their Clean energy Hero journey.
 
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Regeneración Pajarao Valley Climate Action deserves a spotlight for their wonderful work toward a local response for global climate change. Regeneración increases farmworker’s safety while bringing to light the locally experienced effects of climate change for the Pajaro Valley. One of Regeneración’s most impactful initiatives i…
For Earth Month we thought it would be fitting to name the California Green Business Network our Clean Energy Hero of the month! The California Green Business Network leads the state in working with hard-to-reach businesses to create a vibrant, green economy. Since 1996, the Network has offered economic incentives and technical…
We’re delighted to announce our latest e-bike winner, Gabrielle Davila of Marina! Davila is a current student at California State University Monterey Bay who helps connect students and community members to meaningful careers as Monterey Bay Economic Partnership’s (MBEP) Workforce Development Associate….
The Santa Rita Union School District (SRUSD), serving an estimated 3,405 students from Preschool through Eighth grade in the Salinas Valley, is home to the nation’s first carbon-free microgrid. Their energy-resilient system designed to better support their students’ health and education goes beyond the school yard – all six camp…
Choosing 100% renewable electricity a decade, or even three years ago, wasn’t possible without the installation of solar. Even then, you had to do the groundwork to find an experienced solar contractor, fully invest in unfamiliar technology, then finally initiate installation. San Benito County’s Sara Steiner was one of the earl…
A drive down Santa Cruz’s Mission Street normally consists of a steady stream of power lines and warehouses. But somewhere in between stands a vibrant blue building void of any connection to the power grid; no wires, cables, or meter in sight….