Peninsula Clean Energy

Menlo Park, Atherton, Portola Valley and Woodside are among the 14 cities in San Mateo County that are receiving 100% renewable electricity that is Green-e certified. Also included are the County itself and Facebook, according to a press release issued by Peninsula Clean Energy.

As of 2018, Peninsula Clean Energy’s (PCE’s) ECO100 option is now certified by Green-e Energy, the leading renewable energy certification and verification program in North America administered by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions (CRS).

Peninsula Clean Energy is a public agency that launched in October 2016 as a joint powers authority made up of the County of San Mateo and all 20 cities in the county. As San Mateo County’s official electricity provider, its mission is to provide cleaner energy while saving residents money on their energy bills.

Residents and business in San Mateo County can choose ECO100 for their account at Peninsula Clean Energy’s website or by calling customer service at 866-966-0110

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