Community Choice Energy Partners
Community Choice Energy has a track record of advancing decarbonization in the electricity sector and The Climate Center has a track record for advancing Community Choice Energy. We played a key role in the accelerated growth of Community Choice Energy across California– with 19 Community Choice agencies now serving 11 million people with 88% clean energy. We continue to partner with many organizations in this effort. They include:
Bay Area Air Quality Management District, California Community Choice Association, California Energy Commission, East Bay Community Energy, Lancaster Choice Energy, MCE Clean Energy, Monterey Bay Community Power, National Renewable Energy Lab, Peninsula Clean Energy, Regional Climate Protection Authority, Sonoma Clean Power
Central Valley Partners
While Community Choice Energy Energy is already pervasive in California, The Climate Center identified the Central Valley as a key location for Community Choice, given its geography and the potential to help communities struggling with air quality issues. That is why we are working with many organizations to bring the benefits of Community Choice Energy to the Central Valley. These organizations include:
Beneficial State Bank, California Environment Justice Coalition, Catholic Diocese of Fresno, Catholic Charities Diocese of Stockton, Central California Asthma Collaborative, Central California Environmental Justice Network, Central Valley Air Quality Coalition, Central Valley Talk.com, Citizens’ Climate Lobby, Communities for a New California Education Fund, Delta-Sierra Group (Sierra Club), Democratic Socialists of America, Fresno City College Sustainability Club, Fresno County Bicycle Coalition, Fresno County Economic Development Corp, Fresno Earth Day Organizers, Fresno Food Commons, Fresno State Sustainability Club, Green Team San Joaquin, Health Officers Association of California, Healthy Neighborhood Collaborative of Stockton, Innovation Transportation, Kings County Asthma Coalition, Little Manila Rising, PUENTES, San Joaquin Valley Clean Energy Organization, Sanger Community Task Force, US Green Building Council for Central California, and Young Fresnans for the Environment.