Clean Power Alliance

The City of Moorpark is proud to be a member of Clean Power Alliance!

Clean Power Alliance Logo Opens in new windowWe are excited to announce that our community will soon enjoy the advantages of clean, renewable power at competitive rates! Starting in February 2019 for residential customers and May 2019 for non-residential customers, Clean Power Alliance will be the new electricity provider for our community.

The City of Moorpark has chosen to select Clean Power as the default option for our community, which provides 50% renewable content and the opportunity to support building a cleaner future. This option will be the default selection for both our residents and businesses.

The best part is: the choice is yours! If Clean Power is not the right fit for you, your family, or your business, you can change your service by selecting one of Clean Power Alliance’s other two rate options: Lean Power, which provides 36% renewable content at the lowest possible cost, and 100% Green Power, which provides 100% renewable content and gives customers the opportunity to be an environmental champion.  For more information visit www.cleanpoweralliance.org or contact Clean Power Alliance at customerservice@cleanpoweralliance.org or 888-585-3788.

Clean Power Alliance offers three rate options designed to suit the diverse needs of our community:

Lean Power

Clean Power

100% Green Power

Provides 36% renewable content at the lowest possible cost—with the added benefit of local management and control. Our community has selected Lean Power as our default option.

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Provides 50% renewable content and the opportunity to support building a cleaner future, all at cost competitive rates.

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Provides 100% renewable content and gives you the opportunity to be an environmental champion—leading the way to a greener future.

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No matter what offering you choose, our community will soon enjoy the shared benefits of Clean Power Alliance including:

  • Local Management & Control
  • Stable, Competitive Rates
  • Higher Renewable Content

What is Clean Power Alliance?

Clean Power Alliance is a nonprofit entity, formed through a Joint Powers Authority (JPA) made up of 31 public agencies across Los Angeles and Ventura counties - including the City of Moorpark - working together to bring clean, renewable power choices to our communities. 

How does it work?

Clean Power Alliance will purchase clean power and Southern California Edison (SCE) will deliver it. 

Nothing else changes—SCE will continue to deliver power to your home or business, send one bill, and be responsible for resolving any issues with your electricity service.

Clean Power Alliance: How it works

What changes and what stays the same?

Stays the Same


New

SCE delivery & grid reliability
Competitive pricing
SCE billing
Choice of energy providers
SCE account services
Higher renewable content
SCE rebates & incentives
Lower greenhouse gas emissions
Call SCE to start or stop service
Local management & control
Receive one bill each month
Shape future incentives & programs

What comes next?

As Clean Power Alliance begins to offer service, customers will receive a total of four notices via mail before and after the switch from SCE to Clean Power Alliance. The first notice is scheduled to be distributed in December 2018. You don’t have to do anything when you receive these notices; you will automatically begin receiving the benefits of Clean Power Alliance service in 2019. However, the notices will give you information about your new energy choices, including how to make changes to your account and customer support contact information.

Once you receive your first notice, you can also choose not to take advantage of all the benefits Clean Power Alliance has to offer and elect to opt out without penalty, and your electricity generating charges will remain with SCE—but we hope you will join us in enjoying the advantages of clean, renewable power at competitive rates!  

To learn more, including frequently asked questions and rate comparisons, visit the Clean Power Alliance website at www.cleanpoweralliance.org.