A community meeting on the Clean Power Alliance partnership, designed to bring 100 % green power to South Pasadena households, is scheduled for Wednesday, February 13, at 7 p.m. in the South Pasadena Library Community Room.
South Pasadena City Councilmember Diana Mahmud, well versed on the topic, says attendees will learn more about the Clean Power Alliance, its rates, and options on renewable energy.
The Clean Power Alliance (CPA) is California’s new, locally operated electricity provider for communities across Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.
A Q&A will be part of the program.
“I strongly encourage you to be a customer of the Clean Power Alliance,” said Mahmud.
The South Pasadena Library Community room is at 1115 El Centro St.
Mahmud says the Clean Power Alliance program objective is to provide options for a higher level of renewable energy content at competitive rates.
The Clean Power Alliance purchases energy on behalf of its member agencies where energy is procured from mostly non-polluting, clean and renewable sources such as solar, wind, and hydroelectric power (no coal or nuclear power).
The City Council has set the default energy mix for South Pasadena at 100% renewable/GHG Free (for residential customers, effective February 2019).
Customers will still be able to opt in at their preferred energy mix options offered by the CPA. Southern California Edison continues to deliver power, read electric meter, send monthly bills, and provide the same maintenance and other services.
For more information visit the City’s CPA informational web page or cleanpoweralliance.org.