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MCE’s 2024 Open Season: Advancing California’s Climate Goals through Renewable Energy Partnerships

Bay Area Clean Energy Provider, MCE, is actively seeking renewable energy contracts to advance California’s climate goals. The 2024 Open Season request for offers prioritizes projects with an equity focus, aiming to lower greenhouse gas emissions, create clean energy jobs, and support underserved communities. MCE is particularly interested in renewable energy resources with energy storage capabilities, emphasizing the importance of projects that contribute to the local economy and offer environmental benefits beyond carbon reductions. By accepting offers connected to the California Independent System Operator grid and including Resource Adequacy, MCE aims to increase access to cost-effective renewable electricity, improve grid reliability, and further California’s climate objectives.

The call for renewable energy offers, which runs from March 4 to March 22, 2024, underscores MCE’s commitment to promoting clean energy and sustainability in Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, and Solano counties. With a focus on renewable energy paired with energy storage and the consideration of various technology types for energy storage, MCE is setting a high standard for clean energy provision in California. By engaging in this open solicitation process, MCE is not only enhancing its renewable energy portfolio but also contributing to the state’s efforts to combat climate change and build a more resilient and sustainable energy future. For more information on submitting offers and the evaluation process, interested parties can visit or direct inquiries to

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