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Saturday: Workshop in Portola Valley on alternative electricity sources

 

An informational workshop on an alternative energy program planned for San Mateo County is set for Saturday, Nov. 21, at 10 a.m. at the Historic Schoolhouse at 765 Portola Road in Portola Valley.

The program would provide residents with alternatives to buying electricity from Pacific Gas & Electric Co., allowing them to decide how much of their electricity should come from renewable sources. Mayor Jeff Aalfs and Councilman Craig Hughes are set to lead the workshop.

The program will be offered to participating cities and towns in the county and is meant to enable residents to lower their emissions of greenhouse gases.

For more information, contact Interim Town Manager Debbie Pedro at dpedro@portolavalley.net or (650) 851-1700, ext. 218.

For project updates and learn more about the program, go to the Peninsula Clean Energy website or Facebook page.

See the Almanac's story about the new energy program.

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