Programs that accelerate the transition to renewable energy and a modern grid

Our vision

From 2025 onward, at least 25% of all electricity generated from newly added generation capacity in the United States will be from local renewable energy sources.

Community Microgrid Initiative

Providing communities an unparalleled trifecta of economic, environmental, and resilience benefits.

Learn more

Goleta Load Pocket Community Microgrid

Bringing this highly transmission-vulnerable region the benefits of resilience provided by local renewables.

Learn more

Valencia Gardens Energy Storage Project

Adding storage to one of San Francisco's largest solar systems, in the heart of the Mission District.

Learn more

Disaster resilience for communities

Showing that we can change how we power our nation with tools for a cost-effective, resilient system.

Learn more

Solar Siting Surveys

Helping communities assess the potential for local solar on rooftops, parking lots, and parking structures.

Learn more

Innovative Feed-In Tariffs (FITs)

Designing market-based FITs with streamlined interconnection to unleash the WDG market.

Learn more

Peninsula Advanced Energy Community

Accelerating the planning, approval, and deployment of an Advanced Energy Community in Northern California.

Learn more

San Diego SEIN Initiative

Helping San Diego achieve its goal of 100% renewables by 2035, with local renewables within the city.

Learn more

Recent news

The latest in clean local energy

Learn about our innovative projects and initiatives on our blog, and see what others are reporting about our important work.

The First Advanced Energy Rebuild in Santa Rosa, California

Using Sonoma Clean Power’s $17,500 Efficiency and Electrification Incentive package to rebuild a residence after the 2017 Tubbs Fire.

Read More

hat will power Los Angeles’ transition to 100% renewables?

PV Magazine reports on L.A.'s move to phase out gas-fired power plants and accelerate the transition to 100% renewable energy.

Read article

Moving beyond business as usual to a resilient power system for California

In a Utility Dive op-ed, Clean Coalition Program Manager John Sarter illustrates how PG&E's bankruptcy could lead to a positive outcome benefitting the utility and all Californians.

Read article