Clean Energy Alliance focuses on the goals of the Climate Action Plan
Green. To do the housework. Bound.
Clean Energy Alliance (CEA) is a Joint Powers Authority formed by the cities of Carlsbad, Del Mar and Solana Beach to manage a Community Choice Energy program within their communities.
Like the people who live and work in its North San Diego County service territory, CEA is environmentally conscious, civic-minded and intellectually curious.
The CEA’s progressive perspective on achieving the objectives of the climate action plan of the participating municipalities is rooted in local control. The elected officials of the cities of Carlsbad, Del Mar and Solana Beach, all directly accountable to the residents who have chosen them, govern the CEA and oversee financial and programmatic decisions.
Each member city has an equal vote and an equal vote. Board meetings are open to the public, ensuring community engagement, frank dialogue and transparent action.
Formed in November 2019, the CEA is locally controlled and supported by taxpayers, without taxpayer subsidies. As a common skills authority, the CEA is a legal entity separate from its member cities; The CEA’s budget is separate from the general funds of its member cities.
On May 1, 2021, the CEA will begin providing energy services, offering residents and businesses cleaner energy, helping its member communities reduce greenhouse gas emissions and meet the objectives of their Plan d. climate action.
Under California state law, residents and businesses of Carlsbad, Del Mar, and Solana Beach will automatically be enrolled in CEA’s Clean Impact Plus 50% Renewable, 75% Carbon-Free Power Program.
Customers can choose to opt for 100% renewable energy sources, choose 50% renewable energy sources or opt out and return to San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG & E) for energy sources less renewable.
Customers with self-generation systems such as rooftop solar power are automatically enrolled in CEA’s personal impact net energy measurement program, which offers better compensation for systems that produce more electricity than they do. ‘they do not consume.
Solana Energy Alliance (SEA) customers will switch to CEA in May. Once its customers are fully transferred to CEA, Solana Beach will no longer operate the SEA.
The CEA is a powerful new asset for accelerating the transition from dirty fossil fuels to clean renewable energies. Maximizing the supply of carbon-free energy is its goal.
By accelerating investments in renewable energy infrastructure and energy efficiency programs, the CEA will generate regional jobs and develop resilient communities.
The CEA’s service territory includes not only a solid residential clientele, but also a flourishing commercial and industrial sector with high-tech, life sciences, sports and technology centers that will greatly benefit from the expected rate of savings. compared to the local public service owned by investors.
The CEA pursues innovation with diligence and integrity.
For more information, please visit thecleanenergyalliance.org, e-mail [email protected] or call (833) 232-3110.