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Power Sources

Providing you clean electricity

At Sonoma Clean Power, we understand the value clean air makes for our community and generations to come. That’s why we contract for energy from a variety of clean sources such as hydropower, geothermal, solar, biomass, and wind. Our diverse power mix means our customers can reduce their carbon footprint and help create healthy communities. No extra effort required.

When customers start their electrical service, they automatically benefit from our CleanStart service. For those dedicated to making a larger impact on fighting the climate crisis, our EverGreen service delivers 100% clean power that’s produced locally.

CleanStart

Our CleanStart service is 91% carbon-free.

Diverse Mix of Sources

49% renewable electricity (wind, solar, geothermal, etc.)

42% carbon-free large hydroelectric power

9% general system power

Rounding may cause these percentages to adjust beyond 100%.

EverGreen

24/7 Local Renewables

100% renewable electricity

100% locally produced

Utilizes solar by day and geothermal by night

SCP's Power Sources 

2018 Emission Factor:

CleanStart - 98.81 lb CO2/MWh

EverGreen - 46.02 lb CO2/MWh

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Building local, renewable energy

Our community is powering success with ProFIT, our fully subscribed feed-in-tariff program. With four projects online, we are now generating local, renewable energy for our EverGreen customers. Location matters, which is why all our ProFIT projects are built right here in Sonoma and Mendocino counties.

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Lavio Family

First ProFit project in 2018.

Coldwell Solar 2977

Altenreuther Family

Powering 300 EverGreen homes.

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Cloverdale Solar Center

4,060 solar panels generating clean energy.

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Malbec

Willits becomes Mendocino County's first local solar project.

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Coming Soon

Two additional sites in unincorporated Sonoma County.