Time is running out on EV rebates and small business bill credit

November 2020 Newsletter

Rebates for electric vehicles!


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Drive electric and save! Peninsula Clean Energy is providing first-time EV buyers in San Mateo County a $1,000 rebate for a full-battery EV, or a $700 rebate for a plug-in hybrid. Rebates available now through December 31, 2020.

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Why switch to an EV?
Electric vehicles (EVs) generally cost about half as much to run, cost less to maintain, and emit 96% less emissions than gasoline-powered cars!

Still not sure?
Experience driving an EV on us! Peninsula Clean Energy is offering a $200 rebate toward the rental of an EV. We can also help you set up at-home or at-dealership test drives.


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New 100-MW solar farm comes online

Mustang Two Whirlaway, a 100-megawatt solar project in Kings County, has officially started operating. It will generate enough solar to power nearly 58,000 homes, exclusively for Peninsula Clean Energy customers.

“This is yet more new steel in the ground that will help our customers and the broader community take another important step toward all-renewable power and reducing greenhouse gas emissions,” Peninsula Clean Energy CEO Jan Pepper said.

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Small businesses: last chance to get your $250 credit

The deadline is approaching for qualified small business customers to receive a $250 electricity bill credit from us. The credit is limited to the first 6,000 customers who apply by November 30, 2020.

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Energy Tip: Have you cleaned your solar panels recently?

Did you know your solar energy production could be impacted due to smoke and ash in the air from wildfires? Layers of ash can cover your solar panels and reduce solar generation. If you are experiencing lower than expected solar production from your panels, it could be time to have them cleaned.

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Emergency alert

If you live in an area experiencing gusty winds or other severe weather, or your power lines travel into that area, PG&E may shut off your electricity to prevent wildfire. This is called a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS).

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