Cleaner Energy

Cleaner Energy

You now have more renewable power from solar and wind—at prices that are 1% below PG&E.

Reliable Service

Reliable Service

SJCE buys cleaner electricity for you, and PG&E delivers it over their utility lines. PG&E continues to maintain their delivery infrastructure, respond to outages, and provide billing.

Comm Benefits

Community Benefits

As a government agency, we’re not-for-profit—revenues will fund lower rates and local programs, including clean energy projects that create jobs, save money, and boost our economy.

How It Works

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Sourcing and building cleaner energy


Flowing clean energy into our state’s power supply


Delivering energy, maintaining lines, serving customers


Using cleaner energy, preserving the environment



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Safety alert: Flex Alert & Possible Rolling Power Outages

To lessen the stress on the power grid during this extreme heat storm, the CA Grid Operator CAISO has called a flex alert for today Thursday, October 1 to help avoid possible rolling power outages.


From 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. avoid using large appliances like dishwashers, washing machines, and dryers. Set the A/C to 78 degrees or higher if health permits. Turn off unneeded lights and close blinds and curtains. Pre-cool your home before 3 p.m. View more tips.


Prepare for power outages by charging your devices and having a flashlight on hand. During an outage, avoid opening your refrigerator to keep food cold. If traffic lights are out, treat intersections as all-way stops.


The City of San José has activated 3 Cooling Centers today Thursday, October 1st. Camden and the Vietnamese-American Community Centers will be open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and the Joyce Ellington Community Center from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Residents who visit a cooling center must follow all county guidelines.