• Opt Up to 100% Renewable Energy

    Take action in Earth Month - choose 100% Renewable Energy! Learn how here.

  • How to Opt Up to 100% Renewable Energy

    Help us build resiliency in our communities, fight climate change and meet the Bay Area’s climate goals by opting up to 100% renewable energy! For the average residential customer, upgrading to 100% renewable energy costs an average of $3-5 more per month.


    Identify your energy provider

    Find the provider for your area using the map below


    Find your Referral Code

    Scroll down to find your member company code!


    Go to your energy provider's website

    Click on your energy provider’s name to power your account with 100% renewable energy.


    Fill out the form to opt up to 100% renewable energy

    Have your PG&E account number handy for this step!

  • Identify your energy provider

    Identify your energy provider in the map below, then click the link to learn more about opting up on their website.

      • CleanPowerSF: San Francisco City and County
      • East Bay Community Energy: Alameda County
      • MCE: Marin and Napa Counties, unincorporated Contra Costa County, unincorporated Solano County, Benicia, Concord, Danville, El Cerrito, Fairfield, Lafayette, Martinez, Moraga, Oakley, Pinole, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Richmond, San Pablo, San Ramon, Vallejo, and Walnut Creek
      • Peninsula Clean Energy: San Mateo County
      • PG&E Solar Choice: All Bay Area
      • San Jose Clean Energy: City of San Jose
      • Silicon Valley Clean Energy: Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Los Gatos, Milpitas, Monte Sereno, Morgan Hill, Mountain View, Saratoga, Sunnyvale, and Unincorporated Santa Clara County
      • Sonoma Clean Power: Cloverdale, Cotati, Fort Bragg, Petaluma, Point Arena, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Sonoma, Willits and the Town of Windsor, and the Counties of Sonoma and Mendocino
    • Find your Referral Code

      Identify your company's referral code below.

      • Opt Up FAQs

        What is Community Choice Aggregation (CCA)?

        Local governments all over California have established Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) programs. These not-for-profit organizations allow local communities to control how their electricity is sourced. You will remain with your utility provider (PG&E) however the power will come from the CCA. See the map of Bay Area CCA's in the section above.

        Can I opt up through PG&E?

        Yes. PG&E offers a “Solar Choice” upgrade option to its customers. Find out more here.

        How much does it cost for residential customers to transition to 100% renewable energy?

        Cost depends on energy usage. The average Bay Area residential customer upgrading to 100% renewable energy will only pay about $5-10 more per month.

        Upgrading my account to 100% renewable energy is not economically feasible for me right now. What else can I do to lower the carbon footprint associated with my electricity use?

        We understand that opting up is a financial commitment. Luckily, there are other ways to conserve energy, save money and reduce your carbon footprint:

        I need more information. Where can I learn more about opting up and other clean energy programs in the Bay Area?

        Ask your utility provider or the CCA that serves your area. You can also visit our Sunshares webpage to find out how to get discounts on home solar + storage installations in the Bay Area.