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CEA News2023-01-17T19:35:41-08:00

Clean Energy Alliance to Participate in Launch Event in City of Vista

Clean Energy Alliance (CEA) has officially launched in the City of Vista! As of April 1, CEA’s service began, providing residents and local businesses with clean energy choices at competitive rates. To commemorate the program’s launch, CEA will be participating in an event at the City of Vista’s upcoming City Council Meeting on April 9 from 3 - 5 p.m. at the Vista Civic Center Council Chambers (2nd floor) at 200 Civic Center Drive.

April 3rd, 2024|

Clean Energy Alliance Strengthens Team With Strategic New Hires

Clean Energy Alliance (CEA) is pleased to announce the addition of six new staff members, a change that enhances the organization's capabilities and reinforces its commitment to providing sustainable, clean energy solutions. The new team members bring a wealth of experience and expertise, positioning CEA for continued success in its mission to provide choice and increased renewable energy options to North County.

March 4th, 2024|

Clean Energy Alliance Welcomes New CEO Greg Wade

On February 1, Clean Energy Alliance (CEA) welcomed Greg Wade as the organization’s new chief executive officer (CEO). Wade brings significant experience, expertise, and a strong commitment to advancing clean energy initiatives to the role. He follows in the footsteps of CEA’s first CEO, Barbara Boswell, who held the position from 2019 to 2024.

March 4th, 2024|

Oceanside and Vista Select 75% Carbon-Free Energy as Default for Residents and Businesses Enrolled in Clean Energy Alliance

Vista and Oceanside residents and businesses can expect to receive 75% carbon-free energy through Clean Energy Alliance (CEA) next year. At their respective city council meetings this week, the cities of Vista and Oceanside unanimously approved resolutions to adopt Clean Impact Plus—Clean Energy Alliance’s 50% renewable and 75% carbon-free power supply, as the default energy plan for all customers upon CEA’s expansion in the two communities in April.

November 17th, 2023|

Clean Energy Alliance Reduces Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Carlsbad, Del Mar, Escondido, San Marcos, and Solana Beach

The Clean Energy Alliance (CEA) in 2022 successfully achieved its primary goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the cities it serves. As demonstrated by CEA's 2022 Power Content Label (PCL) compared to San Diego Gas & Electric's (SDG&E) 2022 PCL, CEA’s Emissions Intensity was more than 70% lower than SDG&E’s.

November 14th, 2023|

Demystifying Power Content Labels

Clean Energy Alliance customers receive a Power Content Label (PCL) mailer annually—yours hit your mailbox in early November. At first glance, PCLs may appear confusing. However, once you learn to read them, the labels offer insight into the power your electricity provider purchases and delivers to your home or business. In this article, we break down how to read a PCL, empowering you to make informed choices that contribute to a sustainable future.

November 14th, 2023|

Clean Energy Alliance Appoints New CEO: Greg Wade

The Clean Energy Alliance (CEA) is excited to announce the appointment of its new Chief Executive Officer, Greg Wade. CEO Wade will lead CEA in its mission to empower local communities with access to cleaner energy at competitive rates. “The entire CEA team is excited to welcome Greg as our new CEO,” said CEA Board Chair Dave Druker. “With his [...]

September 29th, 2023|

Energy Bill Literacy: Power Charge Indifference Adjustment (PCIA) Explained

Clean Energy Alliance (CEA) aims to help customers to understand their energy bill. As part of this continued education, we’re highlighting San Diego Gas & Electric’s (SDG&E) exit fee called the power charge indifference adjustment (PCIA). SDG&E assesses the PCIA to ensure that customers are charged for the costs of energy contracted by SDG&E. The PCIA is not a new [...]

June 16th, 2023|

Clean Energy Alliance Began Serving Cities of San Marcos and Escondido on April 1

The Clean Energy Alliance (CEA) officially launched services in the Cities of San Marcos and Escondido on April 1, 2023. CEA is a public, not-for-profit entity that presents an alternative power purchasing option to San Diego Gas & Electric (SDGE), and brings residents clean energy at competitive rates. Escondido and San Marcos are CEA’s first members to be enrolled after [...]

April 5th, 2023|
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