By Laurel Sheppard, Triple Pundit, July 25, 2019
The jet-fueled peaker plant at Jack London Square is getting replaced by clean distributed energy, cutting emissions.
By Jean Tepperman, East Bay Express, July 31, 2019
EBCE is pursuing a host of local development programs to reduce emissions and spur economic development, including clean distributed energy, new renewable generation, and electric vehicles for fleets.
By Mark Specht, Union of Concerned Scientists, July 31, 2019
Berkeley became the first city in the nation to ban natural gas hook-ups in new construction. This article explains what the rule actually does and why it’s a great idea.
By San Francisco Chronicle, August 19, 2019
San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Rosa, and Petaluma are all looking at Berkeley’s natural gas ban, and may follow suit.
By Tony McAllister, Patch, September 18, 2019
The Pleasanton City Council unanimously decided to move forward to join East Bay Community Energy.
By José Rojo Martín, PV Tech, September 30, 2019
EBCE has contracted for 225 MW of solar and 80MW/160MWh of battery storage, at an “astoundingly low” average cost of about 2.2¢ per kWh. That brings the total portfolio up to 550MW of renewables and 137.5MW/390MWh of battery storage.