MCE already provides service to the Contra Costa residents and businesses of El Cerrito, Lafayette, San Pablo, Richmond, and Walnut Creek and in April 2018, MCE will become the primary electricity provider in Concord, Danville, Martinez, Moraga, Oakley, Pinole, Pittsburg, San Ramon, and unincorporated Contra Costa County.

You don’t have to wait until April to participate in Deep Green! Join a team and sign up below, or create your own team and start #livinglightly!

Living Lightly

Join your team in the Living Lightly Challenge! Each team (e.g., religious community, community group, or school) is working towards a goal of opting up their members to MCE’s Deep Green 100% California renewable energy. According to the EPA, electric power is the largest contributor of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S., but choosing an electric service with 100% renewable sources can eliminate your electricity-related carbon footprint.

For average households, Deep Green only costs $2 more per month than PG&E’s 33% renewable service. Use the Deep Green Enrollment Form below to contribute to your team’s goal and opt up to 100% renewable energy service today!

Already Deep Green? Even if you’re already enrolled in Deep Green, you can still contribute to your team’s challenge goal! Just complete the Deep Green Enrollment Form below to have your electric account included in your team’s tally. Your submission will not be processed as a new enrollment and you will not be charged twice for enrollment in Deep Green.

Participating Teams

Temple Isaiah (Lafayette)

Goal: 300 households; Progress: 0 households

City of Concord (Concord)

Goal: 100 households; Progress: 0 households

Indivisible Marin (San Rafael)

Goal: 100 households; Progress: 0 households

Sustainable Rossmoor (Walnut Creek)

Goal: 100 households; Progress: 0 households

Deep Green Enrollment Form

Complete this form for 100% California renewable energy service and to help your team meet its #LivingLightly goal!

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MCE’s voluntary Deep Green 100% Renewable Energy product is Green-e Energy certified, and meets the environmental and consumer-protection standards set forth by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions.