The switch to MCE electricity service will take place in September unless you choose to opt out. Opting out is very easy! Simply call (888) 632-3674 or click the button below to opt out on MCE's website.
You will have many opportunities over the coming months to learn all the facts so that you can make a choice that suits your household's needs. MCE representatives will be available at many city events, and will hold office hours at City Hall from time to time for drop in questions. Stay tuned to our website, Facebook page and our City Manager's Friday Email Updates for further details on dates and times.
Energy can make a difference to you,
your community, and the environment.
MCE offers choices for 50% to 100% renewable energy from solar, wind, bioenergy, geothermal and hydroelectricity at competitive rates. By choosing MCE, customers help support new in-state and local renewable energy generation. MCE has provided service to Marin County since 2010 and to unincorporated Napa County since 2015.
We work in partnership with PG&E. When you choose stay with MCE, you will find that we make supporting renewable energy easy, affordable, and rewarding for your home or business.
MCE's Board of Directors unanimously voted to reduce rates an average of 9% (effective September 2016), before service starts in our community. Based on these rates, the cost of MCE Light Green 50% renewable energy service will be slightly less for a typical residential customers than the cost of PG&E 30% renewable energy service. In addition, MCE has optional residential rates available to customers, such as net energy metering, time-of-use and electric vehicle rates.
Coming soon, you can select any of the options below through MCE or by calling (888) 632-3674. Your PG&E account number is needed to process your request. To find out more about MCE's energy choices, click here.
- MCE Light Green - 50% Renewable Energy (standard)
- MCE Deep Green - 100% Renewable Energy
- MCE Local Sol - 100% Local Solar Energy
- PG&E - 30% Renewable Energy (opt-out of MCE to stay with PG&E)