New EV charging station in Winters!
Increased clean energy capacity since 2018
VCE customer savings since 2018
Dollars allocated to community reinvestment programs
Valley Clean Energy is the locally governed not-for-profit electricity provider for Davis, Woodland, Winters, and unincorporated Yolo County.
We’re working together for a healthier climate.
Five Years of Community Impacts
Thank you to our staff, board and CAC members for all of their hard work over the past five years.
Their dedication is what allows us to continue to positively impact the communities we serve!
Thanks for Participating in Our EV Rebate Program!
VCE would like to thank all our customers who participated in the EV Rebate pilot program. Funds for this program have been exhausted at this time, however, please see other rebate options below.
Why It Matters
Community Choice Energy programs just like VCE are springing up across the state, providing healthy competition in the electricity marketplace—spurring on innovation, customer choice, and smart programs and services. Over 10 million customers are participating already.
Together, we’re creating healthier options for today and tomorrow.
How It Works
VCE ensures that electricity from renewable sources (like wind and solar) make it onto the electricity grid. PG&E then delivers it to you as they always have, and continues to handle billing, line maintenance and emergency services. As a VCE customer, you won’t notice any difference in your service—but your power will be less polluting. No effort needed on your part.
The Satisfaction of Doing Good
It’s amazing how good it feels to know that you’ve done a seriously good deed. Feel that kind of “yes!” when you upgrade to 100% renewable and carbon-free electricity with UltraGreen today. It costs just a little more than our standard service—between $7-10 for the average family per month, depending on how much electricity you use.
A Simple, Effective Idea
If you haven’t heard of Community Choice Energy until now, get ready—the movement is taking off! CCA programs were first launched in California just over 10 years ago, and already there are dozens of programs across the state, ramping up the demand for renewable energy and its production. Many more are in planning stages, eager to launch.
The movement is growing quickly because it improves air quality, creates jobs, greens the grid, and introduces energy innovations that benefit us all—for about the same cost. It’s a simple idea that helps you easily do the right thing.