Upcoming Event----Learn How to Reduce Your Carbon In Less than 2 Minutes
Indivisible Marin Environmental Committee in Partnership with MCE, your local green energy alternative company, will be hosting an informational talk about the benefits of opting in to “deep green” energy. The talk will include a presentation from J.R. Killigrew MCE’s Community Development Manager. Through his work in the fields of local government greenhouse gas accounting, energy efficiency, membership management and climate action planning J.R. Killigrew has developed a wealth of knowledge and expertise in helping communities reduce their carbon footprint.
October 18, 2017
Time: 6 pm - 7 pm
Space is limited so sign-up early! We look forward to seeing you there.
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MORE ABOUT DEEP GREEN:
Opting up to Deep Green 100% renewable, pollution-free energy service is a quick and easy way to eliminate your home’s electricity-related greenhouse gas emissions, while receiving the same reliable service you’re used to. Anyone with a PG&E electric bill in our service area can #optUP to Deep Green service.
Local climate change activists and leaders founded MCE, spurring the community choice energy movement. In partnership with Counties, Cities and Towns across the Bay Area, we’re going strong and putting action behind California clean energy goals
Deep Green costs a penny more per kilowatt-hour ($0.01/kWh) than standard MCE Light Green 50% renewable energy service. The Deep Green cost varies according to how much energy you use. The typical home spends $4.45 on Deep Green per month.
“Deep Green Service Participation MCE offers a voluntary 100% renewable energy option, known as Deep Green service, to all customers. Beginning in 2017, the Deep Green supply portfolio will rely exclusively on bundled renewable energy resources produced by California-based generators. As a percentage of MCE’s total annual electricity sales, Deep Green participation currently represents approximately 2.6% of MCE sales.” https://www.mcecleanenergy.org/energy-sources