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December 2018

Powering Equity & Inclusion: MCE’s Community Benefit Efforts, Part 5

By |2019-01-30T22:51:17-07:00December 19th, 2018|Sustainability, Local Renewable Projects, MCE Communities, The RE-Source|

MCE’s Autonomy and Priorities Community Representation: MCE’s Board of Directors MCE is a not-for-profit, public agency governed by a Board of Directors (partial group pictured above) composed of elected officials representing the community voice in agency decisions. In meetings that are open to the public, MCE’s Board democratically votes on agency policy, approves programs, [...]

March 2017

MCE Reduces Rates for Second Year in a Row

By |2019-01-30T22:51:19-07:00March 30th, 2017|Press Releases|

MCE’s Board of Directors voted to reduce energy rates by an average of 3.7%, effective April 1, bringing the cost of MCE’s Light Green 50% renewable energy service slightly lower than PG&E’s 30% renewable energy service. In its 7 years of operation, MCE has never changed rates more than once a year. Those [...]

February 2017

Rooftop Solar Rates Update: The Timings They Are a Changin’

By |2019-01-30T22:51:19-07:00February 28th, 2017|NEM, The RE-Source|

Guest Blog post by Gopal Shanker, Récolte Energy President Last December PG&E reached its 5% cap for net energy metering (“NEM 1.0") — the program that solar customer-generators have been using to offset their annual electricity bills. For the next few years, net metered projects will be interconnected under the NEM successor program (“NEM 2.0”). [...]

June 2016

9% Rate Reduction for September 2016 Announced

By |2019-01-30T22:51:20-07:00June 22nd, 2016|The RE-Source, Press Releases|

Typical electric customers will pay slightly less than PG&E for MCE’s 50% renewable energy service On June 16, 2016, MCE’s Board of Directors voted to reduce energy rates by an average of 9%, effective September 1. This means the cost of MCE Light Green 50% service will be slightly less than the cost of PG&E’s 30% [...]