As your local utility provider, Sonoma Clean Power provides cleaner electricity with more renewable energy to Sonoma and Mendocino County homes. As a shared customer between SCP and PG&E you benefit from having choice, receiving cleaner electricity at competitive prices, and continue to receive the same reliability you’ve enjoyed in the past.
How it works. SCP generates the clean electricity you use in your home and PG&E delivers it on their existing power lines. As a customer you pay SCP for cleaner energy with stable rates and continue to pay PG&E to maintain their power poles and wires.
Our rates. Our residential rates vary depending on the type of service you choose: CleanStart, a mix of 49% renewable energy or EverGreen, our premium mix of 100% clean energy, produced locally.
It’s simple. Even though you pay SCP for electric generation and PG&E for electric delivery, you get one combined bill every month from PG&E.
Same reliable service. You still call PG&E to start and stop service, report outages, and for emergencies. They will continue to maintain the grid and read your meter.
Discounts. With SCP, environmental savings are automatic and you are still eligible for financial assistance programs. If you currently receive the CARE, FERA, or Medical Baseline discount, you will continue to receive your full discount. You do not need to re-apply.
What does it cost?
SCP has negotiated competitively priced contracts and our current rates are very competitive with PG&E’s current rates. Detailed price information for each rate is available on our website for commercial and residential accounts and a jointly prepared comparison of SCP’s and PG&E’s rates.
When will I see the change to my PG&E statement now that I am an SCP customer?
You will notice a change on your PG&E statement on the first bill you receive following your first month of service from Sonoma Clean Power. The line item will reflect “Sonoma Clean Power (SCP) Electric Generation Charges”. For more information, please visit the billing page of our website.