There’s a lot going on in California’s utility industry these days. Here are some of the recent happenings you might find interesting.
VCE is Studying the Purchase of PG&E Assets
VCE’s Board is studying the potential acquisition of PG&E distribution facilities in Yolo County as a way to provide safer, cleaner, more reliable, and affordable electricity service to its customers.Public Power FAQs >>
VCE Announces New Customer Dividend Program
VCE’s Board of Directors has voted unanimously to adopt a Customer Dividend Program beginning in the Fall of 2020, which will reward all VCE customers for the program’s success by sharing revenues. The dividends will be offered as bill credits once VCE meets its financial goals and obligations: once per year (on October bills) for residential customers, and twice per year (on October and April bills) for commercial customers.Read Staff Report Item 18 >>
VCE hosting workshop on Residential Time of Use rates
VCE is considering whether or not Residential Time of Use rates proposed by PG&E would be advantageous to VCE customers. Please attend our upcoming public workshop to learn more, and to offer your input.
Woodland utility fraud not associated with VCE
Valley Clean Energy — the official, locally governed electricity provider for Woodland, Davis, and unincorporated Yolo County — would like to reassure its customers that recent reports of utility fraud are not connected to the agency in any way. Valley Clean Energy (VCE) began offering customers clean, low-carbon power in June 2018 and currently serves over 54,000 customer accounts. The not-for-profit public agency reinvests its revenues back into the communities it serves.