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News - November 28, 2018

New agency is bringing renewable energy to county

by Kate Bradshaw

An assortment of elected officials from across San Mateo County crammed into two vans on a recent morning and headed inland. Their destination: Los Banos.

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Posted by Peninsula Clean Energy
a resident of another community
on Nov 30, 2018 at 10:10 am

The article captures the excitement of the Wright Solar Project groundbreaking as well as the potential benefits for our residents and businesses of having a new source of renewable power available through Peninsula Clean Energy.

Although the final PG&E fees mentioned in the story have not yet been finalized by the state Public Utilities Commission, Peninsula Clean Energy is committed to rates 5 percent lower than PG&E and will adjust our 2019 rates as needed to continue to save money for all of our customers. PCE is committed to providing cleaner energy at lower rates than PG&E throughout San Mateo County.

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