Provides 100% clean power to residential, commercial, and municipal customers in Alameda. Energy supply includes geothermal, landfill gas, wind, and hydropower. Also generates and distributes renewable energy to customers and other utilities.
The second-largest city, in terms of land area, in Orange County with several initiatives to create a clean, green community. Focused on keeping people safe, healthy and ensuring the community remains vibrant and appealing.
Located in the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles, California, the city of Auza continuously improves utility services to its residents. With a full-service staff to cater to the needs of residential, commercial, and industrial customers, Azua has a dedicated Power Resource Division for the planning, procurement, and supply of power resources.
Located within the San Gorgonio Pass, Banning is a friendly and wholesome city with scenic vistas, ample water supplies, clean air, and a not-for-profit electrical energy distribution utility. A Southern California Public Power Authority (SCPPA) member, a Joint Powers Authority created in 1980 for the purpose of providing joint planning, financing, construction, and operation of transmission and generation projects. SCPPA comprises 11 municipal utilities and one irrigation district.
Part of the Stanislaus National Forest, Bear Valley is located in the beautiful Central Sierra Mountains. Dedicated to providing dependable power services to the community of Big Bear Lake and surrounding mountainous areas with approximately 13 substations and 8.729 poles. Also committed to providing renewable energy options to its customers using green technology to promote a cleaner environment.
A city with a rich history and thriving community in California, dedicated to providing a safe and healthy environment to the public. Has elaborate plans to deal with community concerns such as housing, homelessness, going green, waste management, transportation, and more.
A city with a diverse community offering great business, residential, and employment opportunities in the County of San Bernardino. Has solar programs, efficiency programs, and other development services to build a safe community and offer the required assistance to the public.
The fourth-largest city in Los Angeles County, located just minutes away from downtown Los Angeles. A dynamic and full-service city with water and electrical departments and its own power plant. Has extensive programs for economic development and a greener community.
Committed to providing water and electricity to the people of Imperial Valley. Dedicated to offering quick, reliable services to the people in the district, assisting in case of any problem, guide the agricultural, municipal, and industrial water users, and capitalize on new technology for affordable energy.
Committed to providing clean water, reliable power, and excellent customer service in a safe, cost-effective, and environmentally responsible manner. Has extensive plans for urban water management, electric safety, renewable energy like solar power, wildfire mitigation, and more.
Founded in 1869 and located in San Joaquin County, the town has grown immensely since then. Dedicated to providing reliable, safe, clean, and affordable electricity while anticipating the future needs of the community.
A part of the electric power generation industry. Owns, operates, and maintains the reservoirs, dams, and hydroelectric facilities in New Exchequer and McSwain. Authorized to act as an electric utility under the California Water Code.
Located in California’s Central Valley and established in July 1987. A community-owned, not-for-profit organization, providing water for irrigation, electric service, and domestic water services at affordable prices and responsible for energy efficiency.
An emerging city in California and a part of the San Bernardino-Riverside Metropolitan Area. Has extensive plans for economic development in the region. Responsible for quality housing, a family-friendly lifestyle, schools, job centers, and excellent amenities for the people.
A public utility company in Nevada, responsible for generating, transmitting, and distributing electric service in northern and southern Nevada. Also provides natural gas. Has company-owned power plants and purchased renewable energy, including solar energy.
Incorporated in 1905 in California. One of the largest combined electric and natural gas energy companies in the United States, regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission. Committed to providing safe and clean energy through reliable electric transmission and distribution systems.
A city in California’s San Francisco Bay Area and part of Silicon Valley, having partner organizations, educational institutions, and businesses actively supporting it. Committed to promoting environmental sustainability in the community. Operates its own electric, gas, water, storm drainage, sewer, and more.
A city in the northeast of downtown Los Angeles committed to creating a great neighborhood and opportunities for its people and delivering municipal services to the community. Promotes sustainable development and is responsible for affordable housing and economic vitality.
The largest California city north of Sacramento with stunning landscapes, biking and hiking trails, and diverse culture. Committed to providing a high quality of life to its people through retail, education, career opportunities, professional services, and business development.
A city named after its location beside the Santa Ana River, located in the Inland Empire metropolitan area. Dedicated to offering efficient and reliable utility services, including the highest quality electricity and water at affordable rates to the community.
An electric utility company in California, known for providing reliable and safe electricity at affordable rates to the community and responsible for the street lighting system. Dedicated to providing uninterrupted power services to the city.
Not-for-profit services committed to providing the best energy solutions and reliable, clean energy at affordable rates to over 1.5 million customers. Offers energy from renewable sources, including solar, wind, and biogas in Sacramento County, to improve air quality and conserve resources.
Owned by Sempra Energy, transmits and distributes electricity and natural gas to San Diego County and southern Orange County. A public utility, offering reliable energy service to around 3.3 million consumers through more than 840,000 natural gas meters and 1.4 million electric meters.
A city in Shasta County, California, also known as Central Valley. Has a dedicated electric department to provide reliable, safe, and environmentally friendly energy at affordable rates. Owns and operates solar installations. Has elaborate plans for the economic development of the community and serving efficiently and equitably.
Serving the city of Santa Clara. Promotes electric vehicles by having publicly accessible charging stations to reduce carbon emissions. Aims to offer progressive, service-oriented, reliable services to the community. Santa Clara Green Power program has plans to fight climate change by opting for renewable energy sources, mainly solar energy.
The largest subsidiary of Edison International, responsible for the supply of electricity to Southern California. Provides electricity to around 14 million people. Also operates a regulated water and gas utility. Has a “green rate” for energy from renewable sources and runs a rebate program for electric vehicle purchases.
An electric utility company in Trinity County, known for providing 100% renewable hydro-electricity to the customers since 1982. Majority power is generated at Trinity Dam. Aims to offer reliable, affordable, and safe services to the community and preserve energy resources for future customers in the District.
A community-owned not-for-profit, utility governed by a locally elected Board of Directors. Provides high-quality and reliable water and electric services in the Greater Truckee Area. Strives to offer reliable, affordable, and sustainable electricity services and water supply to the community.
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A not-for-profit irrigation water and electric utility established in 1887. Aims to offer reliable, affordable, and safe power and irrigation water to the community. Has a diverse portfolio of renewable energy sources, including hydropower, wind, solar, and geothermal energy.
Aims to improve the quality of life of people and deliver key services quickly and efficiently. Has many departments to support the large array of services the local government provides. Supplies reliable and safe energy at competitive rates. Operates and maintains the Lake Mendocino Hydroelectric Plant.
An industrial city in downtown Los Angeles, California. Has its own Environmental Health Department and initiatives for sustainable city management and responsible energy generation. Committed to stimulating green development within the City and supporting economic vitality.