Your Community Impact
Choosing cleaner energy is making an impact within our communities. In addition to providing clean power and energy programs that reduce local pollution, customers benefit from on-bill savings and emissions reductions.
Serving 13 Communities
in Santa Clara County
Click on the community to check out the 2021 clean energy impacts.
Campbell | Cupertino | Gilroy | Los Altos | Los Altos Hills | Los Gatos | Milpitas | Monte Sereno | Morgan Hill | Mountain View | Saratoga | Sunnyvale | Unincorporated Santa Clara County
Reinvesting Locally & Accelerating the Clean Energy Transition
$77 million in on-bill savings
With SVCE’s lower costs, customers have collectively saved more than $77 million since 2017. This amount is calculated from what customers would have paid for electricity without SVCE.
35% reduction in overall community emissions from 2015
With a carbon-free electricity supply, 575 million pounds of greenhouse gas emissions were avoided from being released into the atmosphere, resulting in an overall emission reduction of 35%.
$1.8 billion commitment to new renewables and community programs
Investments in new solar+storage, wind and geothermal energy projects have exceeded $1.8 billion to supply reliable, renewable energy to customers and continue shifting California’s grid to clean sources. In addition, SVCE is reinvesting in our communities by providing local programs for residents and businesses to advance clean transportation and building electrification.
$75,000 in grants to local non-profit organizations and $50,500 in education scholarships
SVCE awarded grant funding to local non-profits to collaborate on outreach to traditionally hard-to-reach and underserved residential customers. Education scholarships were awarded to local students participating in the Bike to the Future clean transportation competition, and grant funding is available for student organizations advancing environmental and climate awareness.
With their clean electricity from Silicon Valley Clean Energy these residents and businesses are making an impact. Check out the stories of neighbors, organizations and local businesses.