$1.8 Billion Invested in Renewable Projects

Silicon Valley Clean Energy is advancing the clean energy movement by investing in renewable wind, solar+storage and geothermal projects.

Accelerating Clean Energy in California

Silicon Valley Clean Energy has signed 16 contracts for clean energy projects totaling more than 670 megawatts (MW) of capacity and over 180 MW of battery capacity. These projects deliver on the community’s commitment to clean energy that brings jobs and economic benefits to the state.

Click on the pulsing dots within the map below to learn more about each project and its benefits.

Reaching California’s Clean Energy Goals

California Senate Bill 100, The 100 Percent Clean Energy Act of 2018, sets a 2045 goal for all electricity in the state to be powered from renewable and carbon-free sources. The Bill also updates the state’s Renewable Portfolio Standard to ensure that at least 60% of California’s electricity is from renewable sources by 2030.

Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) is already ahead of this target since 50% of our base energy supply comes from renewable sources and new renewables are coming soon to provide more clean energy.

Many of the new renewable projects will also count toward the recent California Public Utilities Commission’s order to build at least 11.5 GW of new, clean resources by 2026 (CPUC D.21-06-035).

In addition, California has set aggressive energy storage targets for all electricity providers. For community choice energy agencies, like SVCE, this includes a mandate to deploy energy storage equivalent to 1% of its 2020 peak load, which, for SVCE is 7.5 megawatts. SVCE has surpassed this requirement by committing to more than 100 MW of utility-scale storage paired with solar and long-duration energy storage. Additionally, SVCE continues to encourage the deployment of behind-the-meter storage for residents with rooftop solar.

Project Timelines

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Power Content & Integrated Resources Plan

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The Power Content Label is part of the California Energy Commission’s annual reporting requirements. The Energy Commission describes it as:

“You can think of the power content label as a ‘nutrition label’ for electricity. The power content label provides information about the energy resources used to generate electricity that is put into the power grid. Just as a nutrition label provides information about the food you eat, the power content label provides information about your electricity sources.”